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.
In this issue of BRM, we explore a lineside wagon repair shop of the 1970s with ‘Blowers Green’ (O), a fictitious narrow-gauge project in OO9 with ‘Castle Quay’, and ‘Wenlock’ in N – a layout devised around Dapol’s 45XX ‘Panniers’.
Our practical advice this month shows how to enhance and modernise an older RTR model, create a dockside diorama, construct an Art Deco station, optimise your layout cameos, modify Hatton’s Andrew Barclay 0-4-0ST, and create a barn diorama.
And, don’t miss our layout ideas for creating a model railway based on a heritage site, the winners of our cakebox challenge 2021, the latest news, and reviews of Bachmann’s 4-BEP, Heljan’s Class 86, Accurascale’s KUA wagons, and Hornby’s SR luggage van for ‘OO’, plus the Dapol / Lionheart Mk. 1 for ‘O’.