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.
CONTINENTAL MODELLER August 2019
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Experienced modeller Sebastian Marszał has built a new HOe layout that is easier to exhibit, representing a narrow gauge branch terminus in rural Poland.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
CLEAR CREEK & DENVER RR
Martin Philpott guides us around his extensive scenic American On30 layout, which fills a sizeable shed.
BROHLTALBAHN DIESEL D5
Günter Völler shows how he modelled a large German metre gauge diesel hydraulic in G by adapting a popular proprietary model.
With scale drawings by Ing. Horst-Dieter Hettler.
BUILDINGS FROM EYMOUTIERS
Ian Stocks modelled a row of typical French buildings adapted to suit a similar site on his N gauge layout.
Steve Pearce has created an unusual diorama using 16.5mm gauge track in 1:32 scale to depict light railways serving an archaeological site in Egypt.
WORKING PLATFORM SIGNS
A realistic accessory for a modern German HO layout – Dale Schultz shows how he added a working feature.
THE GÖLTZSCHTAL VIADUCT
On a recent trip to Germany, Graham Lightfoot sought out the largest brick bridge in the world, a structure which would make an impressive model.
A PRACTICAL OPERATING SYSTEM
Following the account of his US N layout last month, Mike Garforth explains how some simple preparation and a system based on waybills and train packs helps to get maximum enjoyment from operating solo.
AMERICAN O IN THE GARDEN
Peter Norman reverts to his original modelling gauge and ventures outside with a line between two sheds.
MODELLING BAVARIAN BRANCH LINES – PART 1
Practical suggestions for authentic modelling – David Cox offers advice based on long experience and extensive research.