Railway Modeller is the UK's No1 model railway magazine. Every month it 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.
678 Railway of the Month
Haydon Square E1
This O gauge layout, which depicts an inner suburban station in London’s East End, was built by members of the Farnham & District Model Railway Club.
686 Plan of the Month
Ian Stock proposes a plan for Ipswich station in N, which takes its lead from the way modellers tend to build layouts in the USA, where huge layout schemes often depict railway networks rather than a single scene.
Richard Coleman, John Norton and George Woodcock take us for a ride back to the idyllic 1960s with this OO gauge depiction of a forgotten byway in Suffolk.
697 A cross-harbour passenger ferry
Giles Barnabe raids his scrap box for suitable parts to help transform a toy boat into a useful OO accessory for a waterside scene.
698 Talking Points
Nigel Adams reports on the strategy which the Talyllyn Railway is adopting to get passengers back onto its trains amidst the ongoing health crisis.
700 Museum of Transport
Having attended more than 220 exhibitions, Robin Brogden’s 4mm scale celebration of land, sea and air transport is a veteran of the UK exhibition circuit.
707 Exe Halt
Inspired by the former GW line through the beautiful Exe Valley in Devon, Stephen Searson built this oval-shaped layout which sits within a unique monocoque framework.
710 Scale Drawings
Operating Copper, Wort & Co. Ltd
In this third instalment describing his new layout Peter Goss reveals how this unusual Edwardian period freight-only railway is stocked and operated.
714 Sweet Caroline
As revealed in our July issue, Revolution Trains is producing a model of the former Southern Region manager’s saloon Caroline in OO gauge. Ben Ando of Revolution Trains describes how a company goes about turning such a historic vehicle into a model.
718 Ashton Steel
A post-Privatisation portrayal of a steel distribution depot by Ashley Toone, which has a scenic section measuring just 4′ x 1′, modelled in OO.
721 A Stronach-Dutton road-rail tractor in 4mm
Hugh Norwood describes this very unusual prototype and how he depicted it in model form.
722 Loctern Quay
Michael Campbell describes this OO9 layout built for a competition using items from the Petite Properties range of structure kits.
726 Appleton Dene
Tony Clarke explains why the decision was made to reduce the overall length of this 7mm narrow gauge layout, which was featured in our November 2013 issue.
730 Seeds of Change
We go through Kieran Lagan’s railway room door as he describes the evolution of his extensive Irish-outline system – Kirley Junction – in OO.
733 Just for fun – Wendsleydale
Derek Reeve describes this whimsical project in O-16.5, which all started when a rock face he was making looked like it was made of cheese...
736 West Wythenshaw tram stop
Greg Mape demonstrates how to make an auto shuttle railway scene. Although he used a HO scale tram model, the method can be applied to any train model in any scale.
738 A shunting puzzle for the grandchildren
Les Fordham explains how he created a small Inglenook shunting layout to assist in keeping his grandchildren occupied during the health crisis restrictions.
Richard Bardsley explains why he believes amassing unfi nished projects is no bad thing.
740 Readers’ Letters
742 New Product Reviews
39a Societies & Clubs