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Edited by Bob Barlow

MRJ Issue 69
  • 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.

    Tags: Small Suppliers Forum

  • The Taunton Empire - Probably the most extensive EM layout in the world

    Jim Savage



    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.

    Tags: GWR / Great Western Railway, layouts

  • MRJ Portfolio



    Brian Daniel's 7mm model of class 47 no. D1672 'Colossus'.

    Tags: diesel locomotives, MRJ Portfolio

  • Wagon Loads No.5: Nutty Slack

    Martyn Welch



    A search for the most predictable load of all finds that coal ain't just coal.

    Tags: detailing, wagons

  • Bliss's Tweed Mill

    Keith Armes


    2mm/2mm FS

    Keith Armes describes the construction of the extraordinary mill dominating one corner of his magnificent 2mm layout, 'Chipping Norton'.

    Tags: buildings, scratchbuilding

  • The MRJ Project Manning Wardle 'F' - Part 4

    Paul Berntsen



    Starting scratchbuilding in 4mm

    Tags: scratchbuilding, steam locomotives

  • Wedmore

    Trevor Gibson



    A visit to a little-known Somerset & Dorset branch line in the summer of 1959.

    Tags: layouts, S&DJR / Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway