BRM and WOR TV October 2022 – digital edition out now

02 September 2022
An action-packed issue with extra content for digital edition viewers, plus a free issue of Traction magazine.

Welcome to the October 2022 digital edition of BRM and WOR TV. This month, on World of Railways TV, included for digital edition viewers and BRM subscribers (print copies available in stores from September 9), we tour Dapol’s new factory, Phil Parker demonstrates how to motorise a die-cast tram, plus we watch the trains go by at ‘Kingsfield’ (OO).

Watch a preview of the Dapol factory tour in the October episode of WOR TV below:

The October digital edition of BRM includes a free issue of Traction magazine, 39 exclusive images, seven extra videos, and two bonus articles.

Layouts inside

Content continues after advertisements
  • 'Kingsfield' (OO). With its influences of Pendon Museum, Eddie and Phil elaborate on their well-seasoned club layout, which carries more than 150 shows under its belt.
  • 'Oldshaw' (EM). What could possibly prompt three friends who model in N, OO and O to purchase a layout in EM? Mike Hale, co-owner of Revolution Trains explains...
  • 'Ewe' (OO). The rural beauty of an East Anglian backwater, with a little decay, is the subject for Rob Gunstone’s latest instalment in his ‘sheep-themed’ layouts.

Practical advice

BRM chocolate box diorama

Make this idyllic scene – we show how in the October 2022 issue.

  • Change the appearance of a card footbridge kit
  • Create a ‘chocolate box’ diorama scene
  • Motorise a die-cast tram for OO
  • Add lights and sound to Hornby's Class 66


  • An interview with The Alsager Railway Association
  • The history of footbridges explored
  • Reviews of Bachmann Branchline's new Class 37, Dapol's GWR 78XX, new Bachmann Bulleid coaches, Hornby's track symbols and Peco's O gauge Setrack Starter Set.

Download your digital edition copy here today. Prefer paper without the extras? Pick up a copy in stores from September 9, or subscribe and get access to World of Railways TV included.


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