RAILWAY MODELLER APRIL 2020 Vol.71 No.834
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…?
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.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Project of the Month
LMS Princess Coronation – Tony Wright presents a step-by-step construction sequence showing the assembly of the DJH kit (ref.K70) for these landmark Stanier Pacifics in OO gauge.
Laurence Barber was blessed with the space required to model this Wiltshire town’s station in OO gauge to scale, set in the late 1920s/early 1930s period.
New product reviews
The lead review item this month is the brand new LMS Princess Royal 4-6-2 in OO from Hornby. See it in action on our website – bit.ly/HornbyPrincessRoyal
Behind his railway room door, Stephen Heginbotham installed a layout in OO gauge that is replete with modelled memories and links to his family’s past.
In the news
We present the results of the 2019 Railway Modeller Cup Competition, which has been won by Gordon & Maggie Gravett with Arun Quay in O gauge – and much more.
Micro-Marvels – the small layout gallery
Cranford shed – Marcus Badger used family connections to the Northamptonshire ironstone railways as inspiration for this tiny depot scene in OO gauge.
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