RAILWAY MODELLER August 2020 Vol.71 No.838
The Tumbledown & Dingledale Light Railway
Mick Walker takes us on a grand tour of his extensive 16mm scale garden railway, constructional aspects of which were featured in our June and July issues.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Steve Flint proposes a shelf-type scheme for OO, which is inspired by this Lancashire town‚Äôs station and set in recent times; it is served by DMUs and EMUs.
LB&SCR PaciÔ¨Åc and Baltic tanks
AThese elegant tank locomotives that were built for the London Brighton & South Coast Railway are described by W G Ascough, with accompanying drawings of the Pacific J Class from the Ian Beattie archive.
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Project of the Month
Completing an LNER Lowmac in 7mm with painting, lettering and weathering – plus the addition of a suitable load.
A layout reflecting the railway heritage of South Wales, built in OO by members of the Pontypool & Blaenavon Model Railway Club.
New product reviews
Including the Pressed Steel Class 117 DMU from Bachmann Branchline in OO and ScotRail sliding door Mk.III coaches from Hornby in OO.
Andy Peters shows us this recent essay in O gauge modelling, which depicts a fictitious BR Western Region branch terminus station set in North Wales.
In the news
Including the first EP for the Minerva Class 14DH in O; expanded plans for Mk.II/Mk.IIa stock in O from Heljan; and more!
This Dorset town, which has never been rail-served, was the muse for Tim Mount, who built this 4mm scale model in the loft of his house.
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