The Meadowlands Light Railway
'Railway of the Month'
John & Sue Cooke have realised their lifetime’s passion for outdoor model railways with this 16mm scale system which loops their extensive garden.
Two members of the Romiley Methodist Railway Modellers, Richard Williams and Glynn Owen, combined to create this OO model of Rothbury, the erstwhile North British terminus in Northumberland.
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'Project of the Month'
Craig Tiley constructed this 4mm scale structure from a Smart Models download-and-print-yourself set of PDFs obtainable from the firm’s website.
Pecketts, Barclays and Bullhead
Keen to try out the new Peco code 75 bullhead track range, Dave Hall built Nant-y-Mynydd, a small-space model of part of a colliery railway’s system.
Ellarry Cove and Ellarry Town
Behind Mick Clarke’s railway room door lies his latest twin-deck N gauge layout, full of detail and linked to its fiddle yard with helixes.
This homage to the glory days of the Great Central’s London Extension was built by Andrew Eames partially in his railway den, but with a couple of loops outside to increase the length of run for trains – ‘ords’ and all.
A Great Central signal box
Ian Clark built this essential structure for his latest 4mm scale project by beginning with a Wills kit and adding modifications from scratch to replicate a typical GC box.
'Plan of the Month'
James Hilton suggests that the present-day northern terminus of the Dean Forest Railway would make a good layout, using his own illustations as a guide.
Topical issues from the world of railway modelling. This month, editor Steve Flint visits TMC owner/proprietor Chris Yates at his busy moorland shop’s premises.
Spirit of Swindon – 2
Will Heath introduced his N gauge retirement project in last month’s issue; now he gives an insight into how complex electronic modules control his model of this landmark junction on the former Great Western.
Members of Cleveland MRC recreated (albeit of necessity not to scale) this north Yorkshire station in N gauge, as it was in the early 2000s.
Hull & Barnsley coaches
Ron Prattley describes the early four-wheeled stock for this Yorkshire concern, which were built by several private workshops. Drawings by Brian Meredith.
A sugar beet plant
A closer look at Mike Chester’s principal industry on his N gauge layout Wattisham & Combs (see last month).
Long-standing OO9 modeller Graham Watling made the leap to Gn15 with this small-size test piece.
Mileposts – Skipton club reaches 50
Secretary Trevor Shaw provides this brief history of the Skipton & District Railway Society and its layouts.
Green Pond Mine
A two-gauge industrial layout in HO scale, fully automated yet in only 60cm x 40cm, as Lyn & Jim Owers explain.
Yet more unusual wagons
Three more 4mm scale models of rare railway freight vehicles, built and described by Geoff Neale.
Chris Klein tells editor Steve Flint why he ventured into the South Wales Valleys in 7mm scale, in the shape of this terminus and colliery interchange layout.
Inspired by his formative years watching Western Region steam, David Tully built this OO layout on which to run many trains at once.
Paper, scissors, rock!
Craig Tiley built a lightweight and very effective rockface using scrunched-up heavy paper (250gsm) and artistry with paint.
Opinions and observations across the field of railway modelling. This month, Chris Ford advocates building a layout which could be a last-minute entry to a show.
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