Hornby Magazine March 2020 Latest Issue

Hornby Magazine March 2020 Latest Issue

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Hornby Magazine March 2020

Please note this title will be removed from sale on 05 March 2020 and replaced with the latest issue

Includes:-

WE SHOW YOU HOW

WEATHERING
Tim Shackleton demonstrates how to get that true-to-life 1960s grimy green diesel look.

DIGITAL CONTROL
Paul Chetter adds ZIMO digital sound and stay-alive capability to Bachmann’s new ‘OO’ gauge ‘J72’ 0-6-0.

MAKING A SCENE
Mike Wild shows you how to breathe new life into tired scenery.

FIRST REVIEWS

Bachmann ‘OO’ Class 159 DMU

Bachmann Class 24/1 for ‘OO’

Accurascale ‘OO’ PFA wagons

Dapol Class 21 Bo-Bo in ‘OO’

Heljan Class 33 remake for ‘O’

Hornby ‘OO’ LMS/LSWR brake vans

Heljan ‘O’ gauge Class 03 shunter

Realtrack PCA cement wagons in ‘N’

Revolution ‘N’ KFA

ALSO INSIDE…

EDITORIAL
Mike Wild introduces the latest issue of Hornby Magazine and Key Publishing’s new books division.

UPDATE
Oxford Rail unveils its plans for 2020, Hornby reveals APT-P 3D sample, Cavalex Models halts development on its ‘OO’ Class 91, we preview Model Rail Scotland 2020 and much more. Plus, you could win a Heljan ‘OO’ gauge LMS Beyer Garrett worth £250 in our exclusive competition.

WIMBORNE
Wimborne Railway Society’s outstanding 20ft x 12ft ‘OO’ gauge exhibition layout depicts this once-busy BR Southern Region junction in the late 1950s.

HORNBY AT 100
In this centenary year, Mark Chivers looks back at some of the highlights of Hornby’s first 100 years.

HORNBY POST
Your views, observations and responses from the Hornby Magazine postbag.

ILKESTON TOWN
Nottingham Model Railway Society’s ‘OO’ gauge exhibition layout represents a prototypical LMS terminus station in the 1930s.

REALITY CHECK
Evan Green-Hughes looks at the impact British Rail’s Class 158/159 family of Diesel Multiple Units had on secondary services when first introduced 30 years ago.

FURNACE 5
Kyle Humphries took inspiration from the South Wales Steel Industry when planning his intricately detailed ‘OO’ gauge layout.

RAILWAY REALISM
December 15 2019 marked the end of timetabled LNER High Speed Train (HST) services. Evan Green-Hughes recalls how the HST transformed travel on the East Coast Main Line.

STAFF PROJECTS
Ever wanted to be in the driving seat of your ‘OO’ gauge locomotives? Hornby Magazine’s Mike Wild explains how he has been immortalised in miniature, thanks to a little help from ModelU 3D.

KEEPING TRACK
Discover what makes the team behind Hornby Magazine tick.

SHOW GUIDE
Hornby Magazine’s comprehensive guide to forthcoming events.

Images Copyright © Key Publishing


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