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CM JULY 2020 Vol 42 No 7

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
MARINA LIGURE
A layout with a long history, still going strong: Denis V.Reidy describes an Italian HO exhibition layout, now retired, set in the Cinque Terre region of Liguria. 

PLAN OF THE MONTH
THE ALBULA LINE
A classic section of the metre gauge Rhätische Bahn: Yann Monbaron reports on an extensive HOm layout built for Pierre Denis. Part 2 – the current layout.

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RAILWAY MODELLER JULY 2020 Vol.71 No.837

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH

Ladycross
John Brien reveals the layout built by a small enclave of members of the Hull Miniature Railway Society that has a hankering for Southern steam in OO.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Invermoriston Junction
Simon Holtby adjusts the actual railway history of the highlands of Scotland to incorporate the planned but not constructed rail route up the Great Glen, alongside Loch Ness. This layout suggestion (for N gauge) is based on the supposed divergence of the line to Kyle of Lochalsh from the Inverness – Fort Augustus main lines.

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Saltash footbridge
An outwardly ‘standard’ Great Western structure on the banks of the River Tamar, adapted for Cornish commuter demand. Drawn and described by John Treays.


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CM JUNE 2020 Vol 42 No 6

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
The Albula Line
A classic section of the metre gauge Rhätische Bahn: Yann Monbaron reports on an extensive HOm layout built for Pierre Denis. Part 1 – the background.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
's Gravenhage
The atmosphere of Dutch railways in the 1950s in HO: when a 5m x 2m room became available at home, Pim de Moed took the opportunity to create a new layout.

EDITOR'S PICK
Tasmanian Garratt K1 steams again
Graham Lightfoot reports on a remarkably fast overhaul of this historic locomotive currently at Statfold Barn.

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RAILWAY MODELLER JUNE 2020 Vol.71 No.836

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On The Rails 2020
Owing to the continuing Coronavirus outbreak, which has suspended all heritage and tourist railway operations for the time being, we have postponed publication of our On The Rails guide to railway attractions, which is normally included free with the June issue. Please keep an eye on the website and our social media channels for an update on when it will appear.

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH

Welshpool
Set in the early LMS period, this 7mm scale layout by Ralph Seymour combines the standard gauge Cambrian and GWR/LNWR lines with the narrow gauge Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway, recreating some classic views.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Grimsby Blundell Park
An ideal town terminus plan, devised and built by Ian Clark. Grimsby Blundell Park depicts a ‘just supposing’ situation in which the Manchester, Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway stopped in the famous fishing port, rather than continue its tracks onto the promenade at Cleethorpes.

SCALE DRAWINGS
Seaton station
The Southern Railway’s distinctive ‘Nouveau’ concrete architecture showed itself at the end of the branch to this Devon resort in the form of a rebuilt structure from the 1930s. Steve Flint and Callum Willcox examine this building, the one-time local station of Railway Modeller, with drawings by Steve Croucher.


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CM MAY 2020 Vol 42 No 5

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
Langental
Paul Peeters started his fictional German N layout at a modest size but always intended to expand it –  and eventually did so.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Norge
Inspired by visits to the spectacular scenic Flåmsbana in Norway, Mike Carter was inspired to try and capture the essence in HO.

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Nürnberg 2020
The second part of our comprehensive coverage of the extensive model railway section of this international toy and hobby fair deals with N, Z, TT, O, 1, narrow gauge, and G, plus structures and scenics.

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RAILWAY MODELLER JUNE 2020 Vol.71 No.836

PLEASE NOTE

On The Rails 2020
Owing to the continuing Coronavirus outbreak, which has suspended operations on all heritage and tourist railways for the time being, we have postponed publication of our On The Rails guide to railway attractions, which is normally published free with the June issue. Please keep an eye on our website and social media channels for further details.

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH

Welshpool
Set in the early LMS period, this 7mm scale layout by Ralph Seymour combines the standard gauge Cambrian and GWR/LNWR lines with the narrow gauge Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway, recreating some classic views.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Grimsby Blundell Park
An ideal town terminus plan, devised and built by Ian Clark. Grimsby Blundell Park depicts a ‘just supposing’ situation in which the Manchester, Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway stopped in the famous fishing port, rather than continue its tracks onto the promenade at Cleethorpes.

SCALE DRAWINGS
Seaton station
The Southern Railway’s distinctive ‘Nouveau’ concrete architecture showed itself at the end of the branch to this Devon resort in the form of a rebuilt structure from the 1930s. Steve Flint and Callum Willcox examine this building, the one-time local station of Railway Modeller, with drawings by Steve Croucher.


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Railway Modeller availability
For full details of the availability of Railway Modeller and subscription choices please see our special announcement at – https://peco-uk.com/blogs/industry-news/railway-modeller-availability

CM APRIL 2020 Vol 42 No 4

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
Vals
Roger Epps and Nathan Bridge chose to model in HOm a station in the upper reaches of the Valser valley on a line proposed but never built by the Rhätische Bahn.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Schweizer Kleinstadt
Chris Atkinson has built a new Z gauge exhibition layout, depicting a typical small town in Switzerland.

EXTRA PAGES – SPECIAL REPORT
Nürnberg 2020
The first part of our comprehensive coverage of the extensive model railway section of this international toy and hobby fair deals with HO. Next month – N, Z, TT, O, 1, narrow gauge, and G, plus structures and scenics.

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RAILWAY MODELLER APRIL 2020 Vol.71 No.834

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH

Ramchester
Rod Wilson fulfilled his dream to have an O gauge layout; it is set in the north-west in BR steam/early diesel days, and features digital control with sound.

PLAN OF THE MONTH & SCALE DRAWINGS
Copper, Wort & Co Ltd
For his latest OO gauge project, Peter Goss chose to represent aspects of the Burton upon Trent brewery systems, presented in a hexagonal format.

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO…?
Leysdown
Adrian Colenutt relates the fortunes of this former Uckfield MRC exhibition layout in P4, which is now under his care and back on the show circuit.

CM MARCH 2020 Vol 42 No 3

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
Le Vicinal à Vresse
An evocation of SNCV/NMVB line 553 – Jan Martens has created a convincing HOm impression of a typical Belgian local metre gauge tramway.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Cap Sacré
More Tramways de la Corrèze than Vivarais – Peter Dale has modelled in HOm a small town station on a French intérêt local metre gauge line.

SCALE DRAWINGS
SNCF CC72000
To augment his feature in the recent CM French Special, Gordon Wiseman offers more illustrations of a widely used high power mixed traffic diesel

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RAILWAY MODELLER MARCH 2020 Vol.71 No.833

FREE BOOKLET INSIDE!

Kit construction for beginners
Our latest in the line of handy Shows You How booklets is a 16-page guide to building kits in card, plastic and mixed-media formats, plus painting and weathering.

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH

The Helford Valley Railway
This Cornish narrow gauge railway had its headquarters at Gweek, and carried tourists and oysters for years. It has been modelled in O-16.5 by Steve Howe.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Elgin East in N
Ian Stock presents a north-east Scottish prototype which can make use of the Deane-type layout concept to achieve a successful result in model form.

SCALE DRAWINGS
Sprouston station
Jim Hay surveys this station – one of only two the North Eastern wholly owned in Scotland – which made an end-on junction with the North British route to Kelso.

CM FEBRUARY 2020 Vol 42 No 2

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
Cambach v. d. Höhe
As the Spur O Freunde Worms, Klaus Fischer and Sascha Fliegner got together to build a sectional layout for exhibitions depicting a branch line in Hessen.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
The Bridge at Remagen
Al Turner was inspired to create an accurate 1:160 scale model of the Ludendorff Bridge across the Rhine, with an impressive collection of authentic train consists. The layout is due to be at Model Rail Scotland at the SEC Glasgow from Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd February.

SCALE DRAWINGS
BR52 Kriegslok
Uwe Lacina looks briefly at the origins of the Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft BR52 2-10-0, an austerity measure for wartime mass production. With scale drawings by Benno Wiesmüller.

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RAILWAY MODELLER FEBRUARY 2020 Vol.71 No.832

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH

Semley
Travel back in the company of Martin Finney and his team to see this scale replica of a station on the London & South Western main line to Exeter, modelled in P4 and running the timetable as of 12 July 1912.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Modelling Barnsley's railways – 3
Alan Whitehouse suggests that the area’s once-plentiful collection of run-down colliery branches – all long since swept away – would make a good modelling subject.

SCALE DRAWINGS
Stanley
John Farline describes how Wakefield RMS members undertook ‘Project 60’, to mark its diamond jubilee – a rendition in 4mm scale of this calling point on the Methley Joint Line in south Yorkshire.

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