RAILWAY MODELLER April 2021 Vol.72 No.846
Peter Brown employed various computer-based methods to create this atmospheric N gauge model, which is based on a former Cumbrian terminus.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
The Hebridean Light Railway
Mark Hornsey examines the dual-period possibilities of modelling the proposed, but never built narrow gauge line on the Isle of Skye.
Gresley LNER Class A4 4-6-2s
These one-time racehorses of the East Coast Main Line, designed by Sir Nigel Gresley and constructed at Doncaster, are described by William Ascough with 4mm scale drawings from the archive of the late Ian Beattie.
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Using Wills sheets
Chris Ford uses the recently introduced slate walling sheets from Wills to construct a railway foundry in 4mm scale, based on a real structure in North Wales.
Peter Brown employed various computer -based methods to create this atmospheric N gauge model, which is based on a former Cumbrian terminus.
New product reviews
Including the all new British Rail Class 92 from Revolution Trains in N and 'Shark' Ballast Plough Brake Van from EFE Rail
Dock Street Sidings
Chris Hopper's compact freight railhead in OO, which features a scenic section measuring just 4' x 9
Royan Norton's miniature memorial of the railway through Union Terrace Gardens has been created using everyday methods and techniques from the hobby in times past.
Richard Pike's rural narrow gauge terminus on the English / Wales board in 009.
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