Issue 312 - August 2020


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We take a trip to the Treweek Siding built by Sean Cullen. Practically, we feature a stunning viaduct made from building materials and Plastikard. Staying with buildings, how about a water tower based on a sweetcorn can? Or an amazing kit-built Gauge 3 signal box that Brunel would be proud of? If your lineside needs road vehicles, Dave Skertchly provides plans and instructions for a 1920s delivery van that can be made out of plywood. All this plus the latest product news and vibrant letters page.

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Garden railways aren't just for the well-heeled modeller - if you are working on a budget then this is still the perfect hobby.
We start with a trip to the Treweek Siding built by Sean Cullen. This isn't a posh railway, far from it. Sean has used some unusual materials to give his model the feel of a less glamorous Welsh narrow gauge railway struggling to keep going and it looks great.

Practically, we feature a stunning viaduct made from building materials and Plastikard. The result could grace any garden. Staying with buildings, how about a water tower based on a sweetcorn can? Or an amazing kit-built Gauge 3 signal box that Brunel would be proud of.
If your lineside needs road vehicles, Dave Skertchly provides plans and instructions for a 1920s delivery van that can be made out of plywood. Of course, we all love a steam engine and Goeff Loynes takes a look at Accucraft's "Dolgoch". All this plus the latest product news and vibrant letters page.

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