Issue 67 1993 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Bob Barlow
Small Suppliers Forum
Branchlines - Portescap motors. Gauge 1 Development Society - trade review booklet. Duel - 7mm lineside & station fittings. Abingdon Models - new shop. CGW Nameplates - ornate railing etch. Hannants - correction to address. Duncan Models - 7mm scenery accessory kits. Specialised Products (Sheffield) - RTR 7mm LMS tank. London Road Models - Hornblock alignment jigs.
Another 4mm convert to the Senior Scale, Rod Hayward describes his own little piece of Sussex Downs.
White Metal Open
Andrew Lambert progresses from plastic to whitemetal, tackling and improving a fairly simple kit for an LMS five-plank open wagon in 4mm.
Wagon Loads No. 3: The Joy Of Sacks
You can use exotic Oriental techniques, says Martyn Welch, or more natural British methods.
Representing sacked wagon loads.
Signal cabin in the snow by Peter Smith.
Guy Williams explains how to fit the best.
Simple Gear Meshing
Bob Isgar explains a home-made device which meshes gears and transfers the centres accurately to the workpiece.
The Simplest Signal Bouncer?
Yes, the search for the elusive signal bounce is still in progress! Experience suggests that viewers rarely notice this tiny prototypical touch, and probably don't give a damn when they do - but modellers who have witnessed the heavy, clunking motion of real semaphore signals seem compelled to replicate it in miniature. This mechanism, devised by Dave Doe and Vincent de Bode of the Netherlands Area Group of the Scalefour Society, is the simplest we've seen so far.
The MRJ Project Manning Wardle 'F' - Part 2: The Running Chassis
Starting scratchbuilding in 4mm
Great Western ROD Tenders
A photographic feature of the GCR Robinson-designed tenders as adapted by the GWR.
Layout Design: The Nottingham Suburban Railway
Thorneywood station - busy GNR urban mainline through-station.
John Hayes concludes the building of Martin Finney's kit for a 4mm LNER Gresley A3.
Body, cab, tender and detailing.