Issue 69 1994 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Bob Barlow
Small Suppliers Forum
Brassmasters - 4mm kit for long firebox LMS Jubilee. MJT - 4mm etched sides for Gresley 61'6" full 3rd. S&D Models - various 7mm castings and new catalogue. Pemberton Models - 10mm RTR live steam locos. Tufloc Industrial Products - industrial grade cyanoacrylate adhesives (super-glue). Fox Transfers - new address. London Road Models - 4mm 'Midland Spinner' and cast hornguides in 4mm & 2mm. Gear Services (Ultrascale) - final drive gear to match Portescap gearboxes. Howard Scenics - kits for Victorian houses.
The Taunton Empire - Probably the most extensive EM layout in the world
15 stations, 300 hand built points and miles of track representing part of Somerset in the 1930s - 25 years in the making and still being worked on.
Brian Daniel's 7mm model of class 47 no. D1672 'Colossus'.
Wagon Loads No.5: Nutty Slack
A search for the most predictable load of all finds that coal ain't just coal.
Bliss's Tweed Mill
Keith Armes describes the construction of the extraordinary mill dominating one corner of his magnificent 2mm layout, 'Chipping Norton'.
The MRJ Project Manning Wardle 'F' - Part 4
Starting scratchbuilding in 4mm
A visit to a little-known Somerset & Dorset branch line in the summer of 1959.