Railway Modeller

Archivado desde October - November 1949 Archivo Completo Mensuel
895 números
Published monthly by Peco Publications, Railway Modeller is a guide to creating railscapes of every era of train, from steam to electric, and caters for modellers of all abilities. Each issue features the best from the hobby for those modelling Britain's railways in all the popular scales and offers a unique blend of articles by experts and beginners alike, including a special section for newcomers wanting to learn all about the hobby and model making in general.

Model railway enthusiasts can now subscribe to the complete digital archive of leading magazine Railway Modeller , which stretches back to 1949 and encompasses more than 800 fully-searchable issues. The archive is organised into neat stacks of decades and years, which can be browsed across web, iOS and Android platforms for a flexible reading experience.

Every contents page is fully-linked to facilitate easy navigation to specific articles and features. The archive also benefits from the Exact Editions platform’s advanced search function, which allows readers to search for keywords across individual issues and the complete archive at the touch of a button.

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In the May edition of Railway Modeller, the Railway of the Month is a OO gauge recreation of Ropley station on the preserved Mid-Hants Railway or 'Watercress Line', faithfully capturing many of the smaller details that can be observed at heritage railways. 
Plan of the Month is Carterton, a OO gauge model of a wartime station on the Fairford branch, accurately recreating a real location in a scenic section of just 6' x 2'. Other layouts featured include Invermire in O gauge, based on the Far North and Kyle of Lochalsh lines and set in the 1980s; Barnwood, an extensive N gauge system set in the North West in the late 1980s and early 1990s; Rodmell Green, a OO9 narrow gauge railway serving a cement works; and The Ivy Line, a set of N gauge cameos in box files linked together to make a layout. 
Bob Hordern shows how he constructed an impressive viaduct in O gauge, while Callum Willcox adds extra details – a bay window and dormer loft conversion – to the Peco Victorian semi-detached house kit which he built last issue. 
New products reviewed this month include the London Midland & Scottish Railway diesels Nos.10000 and 10001 from Graham Farish/Bachmann in N gauge; the first locomotive from Cavalex Models, the BR Class 56 diesel in OO;  the Ruston & Hornsby Class 88DS diesel shunter from Hornby in OO; and new BR 12-ton vans, mineral wagons and china clay hoppers from Peco in N.

Sujetos: Hobby, Leisure, Railways

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  • Primer Número: October - November 1949
  • Último número: May 2024
  • Cantidad de números: 895
  • Publicado: Mensuel