BRM (British Railway Modelling) prides itself on showcasing the UK’s best model railways, providing easy-to-follow modelling advice from its team of experts and revealing the latest product news and in-depth reviews from the hobby’s leading manufacturers such as Hornby, Bachmann, Heljan, Dapol and more. The magazine is published every 4 weeks and is a must for railway modelling enthusiasts.
Inside this issue, we tour ′Little Burton′ based on the railways around Burton on Trent in the 1950s (EM), Charlie Strong Metals – a scrapyard set in the 1970s (OO), and Modbury Torr (3mm), a multi-era GWR/BR (W) branch line.
Practical BRM this month offers you advice for building your first model kit, weathering track for the transition era, modelling a park and powering turntables.
Plus, how to model Old Oak Common (trackplan included), and reviews of Hornby′s Steampunk range, Dapol′s 63XX, Revolution Trains′ KUA and Graham Farish′s Class 31, the latest news and more!