RM SEPTEMBER 2018 ISSUE Vol.69 No.815
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
This hugely popular N gauge layout packs a lot of operational interest into its 20' x 11' size, as co-builders Steve Wright and Dave Cooper reveal.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Conley West branch terminus
David Tennant chronicles the final development of his Evenlode & Lyndene room-filling OO layout; it now boasts three stations on two levels with much traffic potential.
Three Dübs-built 2-4-0s served the Midland & South Western Junction Railway and its successors for many years; drawn by Brian Meredith, described by Tim Rayner.
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An Introduction to OO9 Modelling
The latest in our series of Shows You How A5 booklets provides an overview of 4mm scale narrow gauge modelling, with plans to inspire and constructional features to get you started!
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Project of the Month
Quarry Hunslets for Lechi o Lwyd – Pecorama Exhibition Manager Andrew Beard demonstrates how home-made OO9 freewheeling locos were created for the ‘loft extension’ 4mm scale display.
This O gauge layout is set on a Southern Region secondary main line in the New Forest during late steam days, as John Smith & Rob Cotterell explain.
The headline product this month is the LNER Dynamometer Car, produced in OO exclusively for Rails of Sheffield by Rapido Trains in Canada.
Stuart Riley chose this title for his U-shaped OO gauge layout as main line trains run beneath the townscape at either end. A planned extension is under way.
In the news
Danish manufacturer Heljan has announced a project to replicate the BR Derby/Sulzer Class 25/3 Bo-Bos in OO gauge, and illustrated it with a computer-aided design image.
The Great Model Railway Challenge
Go behind the scenes of this forthcoming series, which will air on Channel 5 in due course, in the company of editor Steve Flint, one of the Challenge judges.
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