24 January 2022
Filled with model-making ideas, advice and a great selection of layouts, the March 2022 issue of BRM and WOR TV is not to be missed.
The March 2022 issue of BRM is available to download today from pocketmags.com/BRM. Printed copies are available from January 28 in stores.
Inside the issue, we tour the transition-era layout 'Witham' (OO), London's lost tramways with 'Kennington Cross' (OO), 'Shenston Road Steelworks' (EM) in the 1970s, and 'Port Eden' (G scale) a coastal miniature railway.
Witham (OO). Reunited with his childhood hobby, many skills had to be relearnt by Martin Reynolds to make this captivating and entertaining exhibition layout.
Practicals this issue cover building a hotel in 2mm:1ft scale, laying track and wiring a layout, restoring older locomotives and creating a campsite diorama. Plus, don't miss our reviews of Bachmann's Class 20/0, the latest news including Hornby's 2022 range, new books and inspirational modelling.
Michael Scott outlines his impressive scratch-build of this imposing building in 2mm:1ft scale (N).
Jaimie Warne creates an idyllic lineside diorama for enthusiasts, while sharing many methods for upgrading proprietory kits.
Digital edition readers and print subscribers will also have access to World Of Railways TV, featuring an interview with Hornby's Simon Kohler about the 2022 range, 'Shenston Road' in all its glory, plus an in-depth demonstration of the hunt coupling system for locomotives and rolling stock.
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