RAILWAY MODELLER June 2021 Vol.72 No.848
Simon Atkins presents the scenic extension to his ex-Cambrian Railway coastal line in 4mm.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Chris Ford looks at the possibilities for a room-sized plan representing the double 9F heavyweight action on the Tyne Dock to Consett iron ore trains.
A station canopy for Alston
IPeter Brown described his N gauge model of Alston in the April issue. This month he details how the delicate platform canopy structure was built.
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
A turntable ferry in 4mm
Martin Hendry took this interesting mode of transport and constructed a version using a commercial hull moulding and whatever else he had to hand or could find!
Simon Atkins presents the scenic extension to his ex-Cambrian Railways coastal line in 4mm.
New product reviews
Including the all new Thompson A2/3 from Hornby in OO, Cargowaggon Twin-vans from Revolution Trains in OO and CamCar from BigTrainSounds.co.uk in OO & N.
Chris Morris decided upon a well know location for this N gauge project, which showcases the evolving Devon railway scene from the 1950s through to the 1980s.
Inspired by a 1970 trip to North Wales, Martin Collins has spent no less than 50 years planning and developing this highly atmospheric layout in 009.
Customising Hornby four- and six-wheel coaches in OO
Callum Willcox rattles his paint cans and demonstrates how the new range of 'generic' four- and six-wheel coaches from Hornby can be used to build up a convincing rake of pre-Grouping coaches (in this case for the Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway) using readily available materials.
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