RAILWAY MODELLER February 2021 Vol.72 No.844
Allan Howles presents his stunning 4mm scale Great Western layout, inspired by the the station at Kingsbridge, with some clever use of commercial items.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
LNER Fish van conversion
This ‘cut-and-shut’ exercise has been carried out on a 7mm scale Parkside kit by Chris Gwilliam to produce a 1937 10' wheelbase van to pair up with the 12' WB version he built previously.
British Railways 9F 2-10-0
Chris Ford briefly outlines the development of these Riddles ten-coupled workhorses – the subject of a new model announced by Hornby for 2021 – accompanied by 4mm scale drawings by the late Ian Beattie.
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Project of the Month
Chris Gwilliam's 'cut-and-shut' exercise, using a 7mm Scale Parkside kit
The East Anglian Scale Seven Group's Essex-set station on the line from Liverpool-Lime Street
New product reviews
Including the 'Generic' Four Wheel Coach from Hornby in OO and Steam Tram from Fourdees in 009.
Simon Smith's beautiful Southern Region period Kentish layout
In the news
Featuring our full Hornby 2021 Range Report; and more!
Nicholas Garner's busy modern carriage, wagon and locomotive workshops near Ashford.
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