Continental Modeller is your passport to the best in International Railway Modelling.
Regarded as essential reading for every enthusiast who models the different railways of the world. Each month it shows you how to reproduce foreign railway scenes perfectly and is filled with regular tips & articles intended to inspire beginners and experts alike.
Filled with many exciting layouts including photographs, illustrations and plans Continental Modeller also boasts a huge range of display advertisements for those seeking to purchase further model equipment.
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
SÜD HARZ EISENBAHN
Modern metre gauge might-have-been: Paul Steedman has created a modular HOm layout, imagining that a former part of the Harz network has been re-opened.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
A Swedish odyssey: Charles Insley has created a layout in HOe that is easy to transport and a pleasure to exhibit.
It will be at Expo Narrow Gauge on 26th October.
Exclusively freight working: Guy van Meroye reports that Hans Baeck of MSC Het Spoor has a new Belgian HO layout that is easier to transport and assemble.
Inspired by the ‘High Line’ above the Animas River, Bob Wright continues his quest to capture the atmosphere of the Colorado narrow gauge in On30.
Electrified operations along the eastern seaboard: Elmar Haug and Thomas Tschur have modelled in HO a comparatively unusual aspect of American railroads.
SJ X2 POWER CAR
Nigel Hurst shows how he explored the possibilities of 3D-printing and created a 1:45 scale model of one of the power cars used on the Swedish tilt trains.
GARE DE BRINDILLE
Chris Hopper has built a small layout in a large scale, depicting the War Department Light Railways in SM32 with an impressive level of carefully observed fine detail.
SOUTH AFRICAN STYLE PACIFIC
Warren Miller shows how he created a plausible Pacific for HO in the style of the South African Railways 16E.
MY FINAL LAYOUT
All good things must come to an end: Brian Lovett reflects on what will be the last layout he builds, an American HO scene which hosts his working models of a large dockside crane and a rotary wagon tippler.