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
Janhein Ruigrok was inspired by some classic photos from East Germany to model the upper terminus of a steeply-graded line in HO, but had to modify his plans.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Trevor Smith introduces his current home HO layout, set somewhere in the California desert, being developed on two levels connected by a helix.
Gerard Hendriks introduces the research for his project to model in HOm part of the former local tramway in the Eindhoven area of The Netherlands.
TWO SMALL CAFES
Emmanuel Nouaillier continues his campaign devoted to modelling urban architecture in miniature, here using HO laser-cut facades by Dynimo as a basis.
HABBANIYA, IRAQ, 1941
Tony Bennett modelled an unusual subject in an unusual way, using forced perspective.
SWISS PLATFORM SHELTER
Peter Marriott builds a mixed materials kit for a small modern SBB platform shelter in HO, a specific prototype with general applications.
DEPOT SAINT MONIAT
A typical Belgian steam depot, near the French border: Koen Duijsengs describes the HO layout he entered in the contest at the Modelspoor exhibition in Leuven.
DB COLOUR LIGHT SIGNALS
Michael Barber shows how he assembled Schneider kits for Deutsche Bundesbahn colour light signals in HO.
Impressions of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway in OO9: Malcolm Harrison describes his narrow gauge layout.
LES BOUTS DE BOIS
A French narrow gauge firewood tramway in O9 with a wealth of detail, by Michel Lecoursonnais.
A TASTE OF ALBER
Blair Hobson presents a new Czech 760mm gauge layout, a rural wayside station, once again modelled in TTe, using 6.5mm gauge track in 1:120 scale.