Out now: October 2023 BRM

01 September 2023
...for World of Railways Plus members, that is. Just in time for the weekend – almost like we planned it.

There's something to smile about this weekend – an enjoyable issue of BRM has just come out for World of Railways Plus members, digital subscribers, and is also available to download as a single issue.

We've selected four great layouts, each with an interesting story to tell, and all different in their subject matter.

Alston model railway

Great architecture on this 2mm:1ft scale (N gauge) layout, 'Alston' set in the 1950s/1960s, depicting the North East of England. Learn how it was built, inside the October issue.

Wheal Elizabeth model railway

'Wheal Elizabeth' – a classic Cornish clay scene in 4mm:1ft scale, but this one can change era in minutes, from the 1950s through to the 1990s. Read how it is operated, and see some of the great scenes captured in this issue.

Whiteacres model railway

'Whiteacres' – an expansive urban scene, typical of Staffordshire in the 2000s with a great variety of motive power and rolling stock to spot. Read how this layout has been prepared for its return to the exhibition circuit.

Ravens Ravine model railway

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Raven's Ravine (OO9) – step into the magical fantasy world of this small model, where towers are guarded by dragons. Great animations to read about, too!

Practical BRM this issue shares ideas for... 

how to model a car park

How to model a car park. Parking perfection explained, with added scenes for interest in a simple step-by-step tutorial. Read how in the October 2023 issue of BRM. 

back garden tutorial

Cameo creations! Make the back yards of your miniature properties more interesting with our varied ideas...


PIR perfection? We explore the use of polyisocyanurate in baseboard construction for our new TT:120 layout project. Read what we discovered in this issue.

All this and much more in the October 2023 issue of BRM*, available with a World of Railways Plus subscription, or download your single issue here, today.

*Print copies available from September 7.


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