RAILWAY MODELLER September 2021 Vol.72 No.851
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Steam in the Garden
Robert Ogden present his 7mm scale depiction of this former terminus on the Anglesey Central Railway, which has a variety of rolling stock allowing the operation to be switched between three different time periods.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
The Ashover Light Railway
Steve Croucher serves up an idea for a slice of rural Derbyshire in OO9 gauge - designed to reside in a spare bedroom - which blends scenic richness and industrial clutter with plenty of operational interest.
The Fowler 4F 0-6-0s
To complement John Cockcroft's build of one of these locomotives, we present these scale drawings for the class that were produced by the late Ian Beattie.
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Curving plastic sheet
RM Senior Editor Steve Flint describes a method of making curved roofs for 4mm scale coaches and van from 30thou plastic sheet.
Ian Wilson supposed what this Lincolnshire terminus may have looked like had it been taken over by the Great Northen Railway and survived into the 1950s.
New product reviews
Including the all new Heljan Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Baldwin 2-4-2T No.762 'Lyn' in OO9, Hornby 'Coronation Scot' coaches in OO and LNER J27 0-6-0 from Oxford Rail in OO.
David Plumridge unearthed a 35-year-old layout at his Grandson's request. The result is this large single-board layout with tremendous operating potential and shades of the former Somerset & Dorset route.
With his aged loft layout in need of significant repair work, Lance Cadell took the opportunity to completely rebuild with the accent on operation and signalling.
Adding realism to modern wagons in OO
Callum Willcox shows how he gave a rake of Foster Yeoman bogie tipplers a work-worn finish.
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