RAILWAY MODELLER October 2023 Vol.74 No.876
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
For his pre-Grouping Great Western layout, Richard Butler imagined how West Bay in Dorset might have appeared had it developed into the thriving holiday resort envisaged by the original promoters of the railway.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
To mark this year's centenary of the 1923 Grouping, Josh Williams suggests an East Coast Main Line layout set in the first year of the London & North Eastern Railway's existence.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Roger Jenner describes this dual 0-16.5/09 gauge layout in 7mm scale, built by the narrow gauge group of Tonbridge Model Railway Club and depicting a freelance narrow gauge line on the Kent/Sussex border.
Locomotives for Durston
Brian Woolrich describes the Great Western Railway locomotives used on his layout Durston for Hemsby, featured as Railway of the Month in the November 2022 issue of RM.
3mm Society Membership Secretary Mike Corp built this fine-scale 14.2mm gauge depiction of an East Anglian light railway as part of the society's 50th anniversary celebrations.
Ian Blenkinsopp has recreated a small slice of Lord Carlisle's pioneering and historic Brampton Railway in Cumberland in 00 gauge, within a scenic space of just 3' X 1'.
Through the Railway Room Door
John Bremner reflects on the lessons learned during the construction of this L-shaped terminus scheme in 00, set in the North West at the end of a branch off the West Coast Main Line.
Inspired by a grand 19th century hotel in West Yorkshire, Michael Scott created 1:148 scale drawings to assist in the construction of a model for his N gauge layout set in the 1990s.
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