Hornby Magazine June 2019 Latest Issue
Hornby Magazine June 2019
Please note this title will be removed from sale on 06 June 2019 and replaced with the latest issue
WE SHOW YOU HOW
MAKING A SCENE
David Watson shows how he developed a modern building site for his popular and developing ‘OO’ gauge loft layout, Dean Park.
Hopper wagons have played an important role on Britain’s rail network through the years. Mark Chivers offers up a selection of suitable ‘OO’ gauge hopper train formations spanning the late 1950s to the late 1990s.
Tim Shackleton shares more top tips and techniques to help revitalise damaged or neglected second-hand models using a selection of locomotives and wagons as the basis.
Mike Wild demonstrates how the right speaker set-up can dramatically improve digital sound output, using Hornby’s ‘OO’ Crosti ‘9F’ 2-10-0 and its spacious tender.
Minerva’s ‘O’ gauge Manning Wardle 0-6-0ST
Hatton’s ‘OO’ Rail Head Treatment Train and Hatton’s FEA spine wagon for ‘OO’
Graham Farish ‘N’ gauge ‘Birdcage’ stock
Accurascale Cemflo tanker for ‘OO’
Accurascale ‘OO’ PCA bulk cement wagon
ALSO INSIDE …
Mike Wild introduces the latest issue of Hornby Magazine.
The latest news from Dapol, Hornby and Revolution Trains, more layouts are revealed for the Great Electric Train Show line-up, we preview this summer’s GCR Model Event in June and much more. Plus, you could win one of Hornby’s new ‘OO’ gauge ‘Terrier’ 0-6-0Ts as part of a prize bundle worth £200 in our exclusive competition.
Four locations – one layout. Geoff Taylor explains how he developed his outstanding 25ft x 15ft ‘OO’ gauge model based on the Cambrian Coast routes in the 1950s/1960s.
With a recent TV appearance under their belt, Trevor Jones discovers more about the Double O Gauge Association and its members.
Your observations and comments from the Hornby Magazine postbag.
Set in the 1950s, Phillip Hutchings’ superb London Transport themed 3mm scale layout models the inner London suburban scene.
It’s not just model railways that have issues with keeping rails clean, the full-size railway does too. Evan Green-Hughes discovers what Rail Head Treatment Trains do to coincide with the release of Hatton’s new model.
A small seaside town on the East Coast of Scotland is the backdrop for Glenrothes Model Railway Club’s ‘OO’ gauge modern-era exhibition layout.
Evan Green-Hughes delves into the history of the Cambrian Coast line.
Mike Wild returns to the task of developing Hornby Magazine’s office test layout, Topley Dale.
Hornby Magazine’s comprehensive guide to forthcoming events.
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