RAILWAY MODELLER November 2021 Vol.72 No.853
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Peter Kazer took this former 3' narrow gauge line in Cumberland and modelled it to a scale of 1/4" to 1'. As a result, almost everything that can be seen on the layout has been scratch-built!
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Shades of King's Cross
Darrin Banks created this intensive N gauge mainline terminus layout after reading a letter in Railway Modeller. Here he explains the overall concept and operation.
Highley Signal Box
Craig Tiley describes this often-modelled signal box that is preserved on the Severn Valley Railway, accompanied by 4mm scale drawing by David Malton.
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Modelling British stock in HO
Jim Smith demonstrates the potential for modifying OO gauge ready-to-run models to create representations of the prototypes in the slightly smaller scale of 1:87.
Peter Kazer took this former 3' narrow gauge line in Cumberland and modelled it to a scale of 1/4
New product reviews
Including the all new Bachmann Gresley LNER V2 in OO, Hornby-Dublo Merchant Navy in OO and Heljan BR Class 31 in O.
Andrew Knights present this diesel era Scottish-themed layout which is modelled in the international scale of HO with extensive use of Dapol/Kitmaster structure kits.
Dennis Day describes his OO gauge loft-based layout that portrays Scotland's Central Belt area during the steam to diesel transition era.
How to build a laser-cut wooden kit
Callum Willcox heads over the boarder to Scotland and constructs a model of a Highland Railway signal box in 4mm scale using the recently released Peco multi-media kit. He also explains how he added full interior detailing and lighting into the kit, which is based on a prototype example at Helmsdale.
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