RAILWAY MODELLER January 2022 Vol.73 No.855
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Simon Garner chose N and a 1980s theme for his first layout project. Here he shares the construction details of this late British Rail era model.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Neil Rushby returned to the York of his childhood for this new layout project. Here he explains how the track design developed through a process of trail and testing.
Princetown station stables
John Treays presents a set of 4mm scale drawings for this still extant Great Western Railway stable building situated high on Dartmoor.
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Revitalising a Parkside mineral wagon in O
Andy Hudson explains how he repaired this second-hand 16-ton mineral wagon and then painted in into his chosen livery using an airbrush.
Simon Garner chosen N gauge and a 1980s theme for his first layout project. Here he shares the construction details of this late British Rail era model.
New product reviews
Including the all new Bachmann Ffestiniog Railway double Fairlie 0-4-4-0T in OO9, Rails of Sheffield Caledonian 812 Class 0-6-0 in OO and Rapido Trains Uk Birmingham City Buses.
Encouraged by the success of his previous winter themed layout, Paul Holwill increases the footprint of his latest N gauge project. The layout maybe different, but the key element remains - snow!
Tony Clarke built this home-based OO gauge layout which makes the most of commercial products combined with traditional techniques for the construction and control.
Using your free photographic backscene sheets
Callum Willcox shows how the set of backscenes sheets - given free with printed copies of this issue - can be used and adapted to create a convincing backdrop for your model railway project, whether that is N, OO or O gauge.
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