03 October 2022
Autumn is here, the leaves are falling outside – a great time for a read of the latest issue of BRM, and episode of WOR TV.
It's now live – the latest issue of BRM magazine with a collection of inspiring layouts, and thought-provoking practical projects with ideas for your modelling projects. BRM is enjoyed by our non-modelling readers, too – and those who dream about constructing a model railway, or diorama, "some day".
Included with the digital edition of this issue and for print subscribers (print copies are on sale October 7) is the November 2022 episode of WOR TV, this time featuring Giles Baxter's model of York station in 'OO', constructing an O gauge wagon on the assembly line at Dapol's Chirk factory, and, how a steam locomotive is lit – and enjoyed – at the Stapleford Park miniature railway. Watch a preview in the video, below:
Layouts inside the November 2022 issue:
A magnificence in architectural prowess, this work-in-progress by a retired Royal Engineer puts his lifetime accumulation of skills to excellent use.
Inspiration for this generic dockside layout came from many sources, though each shared a common feeling of neglect and industrial decay.
Based on the prototype located on the Isle of Wight, with a mele of operational artistic licence, proved a satisfying compromise for Ian Morgan.
Sharing ideas throughout the community is a large part of what drives model-making, as a hobby, forward. Faster ways of making something, easier ways of creating something, ways to make an effect look more realistic, for instance. These are the foundations upon which BRM was built, and we hope that some of the great projects inside our November 2022 issue will inspire more of you to get modelling.
We hope you enjoy the November 2022 episode of BRM and WOR TV, available to download as a digital edition, which includes 46 extra images that we couldn't fit into the printed edition, a further eight videos and bonus articles on: historical lines south of the solent, constructing a small dockside diorama and admiral's barge, and modelling York station.