Issue 91 1996 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Bob Barlow
Small Suppliers Forum
Tee Publishing - back-number magazines. Alan Gibson / Chowbent - combined development of 4mm & 7mm kits. HMRS - increased range of transfers. Smokey Loco Models - various LBSC etched rolling stock kits in 4mm. RDEB Kits - 4mm etched coach kits for LNER 'Silver Jubilee'. Classic Commercials - road vehicle number plates and Model TT lorry in 7mm. Mercian Models - Welshpool & Llanfair cattle wagon.
Bleadon - WC&PR
Steve Simms, captivated by the magic of the Colonel Stevens light railways, has built a 7mm model of a WC&P station - if you can call it a station - on an extension that never came to pass.
Weston, Cleveland & Portishead Railway
Scratchbuilders need to represent rivets - so why not make your own riveting tool?
Rivet press for pillar drill
NER 708 Class in 2mm
Using tried and tested methods, plus a few unlikely manoeuvres - such as lining with a ball-point pen - Bob Jones scratchbuilds his second 2mm locomotive.
And the Winner is...
MRJ announce who won the competition for a scratchbuilt Manning Wardle.
Norman Pattenden, secretary of The S Scale Model Railway Society, remembers Bernard Wright and his remarkable model.
Layout Design: Leek & Manifold
Leek & Manifold Railway
9F - Part 2
Conclusion of the story about a spectacularly filthy 4mm model of a 9F.
Stanier Mogul in 7mm
Review of an etched brass loco kit for 7mm.
A quick, simple and highly effective scenic detail.
Wagon Underframe in 2mm
The 2mm Association develop a new, etched, wagon underframe, available to all members.
Coach Bogie Colouring
Guy Williams uncovered some notes made by the founder of Pendon Museum - Roye England.
Bridge on the River Ply
A 3mm model of a classic East Anglian bridge.
Tim Shackleton abandons moving models for a spot of 4mm still life.