Railway of the Month
Ian Woodward rekindles the exciting railway adventures of his youth with this OO gauge portrayal of British Rail operations in 1960s West Yorkshire.
Fit for a boxfile!
Project of the Month
No spare space for a layout? Callum Willcox shows how the new Scalescenes Canal Wharf micro-layout kit can be used as an animated display to house a collection of today's ever-popular shunting loco models in OO.
David Lloyd wanted a layout that was easy to store and transport, whilst providing lots of operational interest. This Yorkshire-based light railway depiction in 7mm scale is the result, which occupies an area of just 8' x 2'.
The Blackberry Line
Plan of the Month
Craig Tiley presents a serving suggestion for replicating the entirety of this preserved section of Derwent Valley Light Railway in O gauge, using Peco Setrack items.
This homage to the Southern Railway's third-rail electric services - created by Peter North - depicts a supposed air/rail interchange situated near Lullingstone in Kent and features distinctive Art Deco styling.
This former through station on the L&NWR Trent Valley line, situated just north of Rugby, is the subject of this N gauge continuous run layout constructed by members of the Milton Keynes Model Railway Society.
Topical issues from the world of railway modelling. This month, Ian Futers explores the application of curved turnouts as part of simple layout designs.