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
A layout with a long history, still going strong: Denis V.Reidy describes an Italian HO exhibition layout, now retired, set in the Cinque Terre region of Liguria.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
THE ALBULA LINE
A classic section of the metre gauge Rhätische Bahn: Yann Monbaron reports on an extensive HOm layout built for Pierre Denis. Part 2 – the current layout.
Emmanuel Nouaillier illustrates more examples of his highly detailed and realistic scenic modelling, creating representative parts of the French urban scene.
A convincing German town scene in a modest space: Martin Kirkham developed a layout to accommodate a collection of N gauge stock spanning several eras.
TIMBER TRANSPORT IN SWITZERLAND – 1
Peter Marriott examines a common rail freight in Switzerland, as in other European countries. Following instalments will look in more detail at how this traffic can be authentically modelled.
An Australian country station where two state systems meet: Les Fordham describes his latest HO project, representing a rural break of gauge location between New South Wales and Victoria.
LOCOMOTIVES FOR ULVARYD STRAND
Motive power for a Swedish 60cm gauge line modelled in HOe: Charles Insley shows how he created locos and railcars for an unusual prototype. (See CM November 2019.)
ECHOES OF THE BLACK CANYON
Charles Oldroyd describes an innovative American On3 exhibition layout conceived by Paul Stapleton which incorporates a number of novel effects.
ROMANCE OF RAIL TRAVEL – 2
Warren Miller describes his HO layout, a flexible generic setting built to accommodate a range of rolling stock from around the world.
N.B. There is no Exhibition Diary in this issue as all events have been cancelled or postponed due to the corona virus situation.