RAILWAY MODELLER FEBRUARY 2020 Vol.71 No.832
Travel back in the company of Martin Finney and his team to see this scale replica of a station on the London & South Western main line to Exeter, modelled in P4 and running the timetable as of 12 July 1912.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Modelling Barnsley's railways – 3
Alan Whitehouse suggests that the area’s once-plentiful collection of run-down colliery branches – all long since swept away – would make a good modelling subject.
John Farline describes how Wakefield RMS members undertook ‘Project 60’, to mark its diamond jubilee – a rendition in 4mm scale of this calling point on the Methley Joint Line in south Yorkshire.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Project of the Month
Figure painting – Peter Osborne passes on some tips and techniques for getting the best out of the Hardy’s Hobbies 3D printed locomotive crew models in 7mm scale.
An urban goods yard
Ian Clark set this small-town goods yard in northern Lincolnshire at the end of the 1920s, and modelled it in 4mm scale. It's the latest in our gallery of Micro-Marvel small layouts.
New product reviews
The lead review item this month is the benchmark-changing Class 66 diesel from Hatton's in OO.
Hobson's Brewery – 1
In the first part of a series, Bob Alderman relates the tale of how this O gauge industrial layout was arranged so it can be controlled by his assistance computer.
In the news
The ambitious plans for the Hornby range in 2020 are set out by the firm's Marketing Manager Simon Kohler (pictured, cradling the new Stephenson's Rocket in OO) in this bumper news section!
The Great Model Railway Challenge
Simon Day, of The Railway Sleepers team in The Great Model Railway Challenge, explains how laser-cutting technology came to their aid in the contest.
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