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.
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RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
At the top of an incline from valley to plateau: the Rudolstadt model railway club in Thuringia model an unusual and distinctive local prototype in HO.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
A First World War scene modelled in OO9: Richard Pike built a diorama to fit in a suitable box.
OLD PAINTED SIGNS
Emmanuel Nouaillier shares more of his techniques for highly detailed and realistic scenic modelling.
Graham Nicholas relates how a team from Grantham built a layout for The Great Model Railway Challenge television programme, inspired by Swiss scenery.
LUCTOR ET EMERGO
Zeeland in the floods of 1953: Wim Harthoorn describes the 3 Millers entry for The Great Model Railway Challenge.
DENVER & RIO GRANDE WESTERN ROTARY OM
A serious piece of snow-clearing kit: Bill Longley-Cook prepares for winter by adapting a commercial product into a closer representation of the prototype.
Alessandro Rusin recreated in 1:35 an evocative scene from the construction of the rack-fitted Rittnerbahn with a loco loaned from Trieste - Opicina tramway.
THE VOUGA LINE
The article on the metre gauge Val do Vouga line in Portugal as it is today in our September issue prompted Peter Dale to recall visits in 1973 and 1989.
GISTEL STATION, 1942
Marc Desaever modelled in HO a local Belgian station located on line 62 between Ostend and Armentières in an unusual and challenging period.
Graham Lightfoot found an unusual electrified branch in east Germany now operated as a heritage line.