RM JANUARY 2018 ISSUE – VOL.69 NO.807
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Chris Thorp built this dual-level O gauge layout in his loft to remind him of diesel days on the West Highland Line in the 1980s.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Phil Martin presents his two-level scheme for a branch terminus à la Minehead, with a subsidiary branch up a valley and extension to a quarry.
These Atlantic tanks were so good on the London, Tilbury & Southend that the LMS built more. This abridged article by Ian Beattie has Brian Meredith plans.
Building the Parkside Models SR 25T Brake Van
Martin Wicks gets to grips with the O gauge model of the SR 'pill box' type, making a few modifications en route to add extra detail.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
John Flann continues his Hintock saga with another OO gauge layout in his Utah-based railway room, representing another part of his Dorset-located system.
An N gauge layout, centred on the Settle & Carlisle of today and modelled by Ian Dare with a twist; the season is not the height of summer, but deep in winter.
Wagons for Canada Street
For his 4mm scale dockside layout (see last month), Peter Johnson created an extensive and varied fleet of freight stock, including from scratch.
Ravendale on Sea
The door to 'returnee modeller' Derick Elvidge's railway room leads to an N gauge layout in a sizeable space, yet built in double-quick time.
Christopher Day introduces the extensive OO gauge layout devised by his father and housed in a purpose-built railway room in Australia.
Customising the Hornby Princess Coronation
Craig Tiley dresses-up the new Hornby model (see p.70) into a replica of the locomotive's last run - a 1964 RCTS railtour to Scotland.
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