February 2019

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Scorbiton (OO), Hartley Poole (N), Diesels at Pendon Museum and Normandy Junction Shed (O) + painting 3D figures, how to set-up a DCC decoder plus loads more

On Sale: 03/01/2019

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Scorbiton (OO) - The story behind Kendal MRC’s exhibition show-stopper set in the Welsh Marches area.
Hartley Poole (N) - The journey from inception to exhibition on the latest layout from Alsager Railway Association.
Diesels at Pendon Museum - How the services of the 1930s evolved using diesel locomotives on Pendon’s new Bristol Line.
Normandy Junction Shed (O) - The project leader on Guildford O Gauge Group’s multi-regional layout describes its inception and usefulness to members.  
Buxton – a layout concept: Part 1 of a new series whereby we solve diesel-era layout planning problems.
Painting 3D figures - A few tricks to make painting figures easier and a project that modellers of all abilities can achieve.
Add etched depot plaques - A mess-free solution for adding depot plaques to Railfreight-era locomotives
How to set-up a DCC decoder - We guide you through your first programming 
Building an ACE P2 in OO Gauge - Tony Wright constructs an ACE Models' P2 in OO: Britain's most-powerful express passenger steam locomotive.
Make a fir tree - Howard Smith builds two fir trees from a multi-pack kit by Coastmans.
Line your stock - How to use a lining pen on your most cherished models to achieve a quality finish.
Diamonds are Forever - The history of depot plaques and their association with the re-birth of Railfreight.
Trade News - The latest product news from the Warley including Heljan, Bachmann, Rails and more…
Goods Inwards - A rundown of the latest modelling accessories to grace the BRM office.
Review: Scale Model Scenery catenary structures - Six new laser-cut kits in OO offering a modular system to suit a number of requirements.
Doncaster Show Preview - What you can expect from this year’s National Festival of British Railway Modelling in Doncaster.
Tail Lamp - Accurascale. The story behind the birth of a model railway manufacturer.

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