CM JANUARY 2022 Vol 44 No 1
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
A Bavarian terminus in Detsche Bundesbahn days: David Cox describes his rural branch line layout, carefully observed and meticulously modelled in HO.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Des Browne describes his large American HO loft layout, set in California in c.1953, which enables him to run long trains behind large locos, both steam and diesel.
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
A Bavarian terminus in Deutsche Bundesbahn days: David Cox describes his rural branch line layout, carefully observed and meticulously modelled in HO.
EXERCISES IN DETAILING
Emmanuel Nouaillier shows more of his techniques for highly detailed structure modelling.
Des Browne describes his large American HO loft layout, set in the California in c.1953, which enables him to run long trains behind large locos, both steam and diesel.
SPIEZ - 3: ADDING LIFE TO THE SCENE
Peter Marriott details his diorama of this busy location on the Bern Lötschberg Simplon which was described in the November and December 2021 editions.
TIMES SQUARE SUBWAY STATION
Joseph Garcia describes the next module of his unusual American O gauge layout project which depicts the station serving 'the crossroads of the world'.
Creating a superdetailed Pinsly Florida Central CF7 - James Hilton shows how he took a basic product and made a unique HO model.
FROM STEAM TO DIESEL
The transition from steam to diesel for passenger services on the Società Veneta is evoked by Davide Raseni with this compact Italian HO diorama by Fulvio Forti.
One of the many models reviewed in this month's issue
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