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As the name suggests, this is where you’ll find a number of additional railway modelling techniques such as detailing, modification and painting. Follow these guides, and the many more found on this website, to make yourself a better railway modeller.

Howard Smith visits this extensive model shop in West Yorkshire, sited adjacent to its sister business John Ayrey ...

05/06/2019

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It's DEMU's 25th anniversary in 2019 - we have a chat to some of those involved. ...

25/05/2019

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The traditional method of scratch-building models is still the preferred choice for many modellers, however, 3D ...

13/05/2019

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If your model railway isn’t to become cumbersome, you should consider where and how you’ll store it around the ...

15/04/2019

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Here we give you a step-by-step advice to transform your erratic-running locomotives into purring kittens. ...

09/04/2019

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If you don't want your trains slipping and stumbling along the line, a rail cleaner is essential. ...

21/03/2019

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We offer some best practice advice on assembling two variants of a wagon from the 1950's to present era. ...

20/03/2019

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We take a look at the top model railway tools and equipment needed to help you get started. ...

15/02/2019

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What's the difference between scale and gauge in model railways? Here's our guide to understanding model sizes. ...

16/01/2019

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Colourful private owner model railway wagons would normally be full of coal, so putting anything else in them can ...

09/01/2019

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We take a look at suitable loads for mining areas. Coal is an obvious choice, but coke, stone, ballast and ore all ...

09/01/2019

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A step-by-step guide to model railway baseboard construction demonstrating how easy it can be to build the most ...

04/01/2019

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