Hornby Magazine - June 2016
Tim Shackleton shows how to achieve realistic hand painted figures every time, offering plenty of hints and tips along the way.
Installing and setting-up a motorised turntable can be difficult, but ADM Turntables’ indexing drive turntable simplifies much of the process, as Mike Wild demonstrates in this step-by-step guide.
LOCH DHU, PART 6
Nigel Burkin looks to the presentation of his microlayout, installing fascia and backscene boards and tackling ballasting and scenic development.
Realistic wagon loads can add variety to a rake of wagons. Nigel Burkin shows you how to create simple removable ballast loads for engineers’ wagons.
Heljan’s recently released ‘OO’ gauge Gresley ‘O2’ 2-8-0 receives a triple makeover as Mike Wild adds digital sound, a smoke generator and gives it a weather worn appearance.
The arrival of the Advanced Passenger Train – Experimental has caught the attention of Hornby Magazine’s Editor.
The latest news on Hornby’s Adams ‘Radial’ 4-4- 2T and Class 71 electric, we preview the Great Central Model Event in June, plus enter our latest competition.
Andy Statham looked to childhood memories of Chesterfield and Sheffield for inspiration when developing his remarkable ‘OO’ gauge layout.
Mark Chivers looks at a selection of off-the-shelf wheel cleaning products.
The Hornby Magazine team answer your modelling questions and queries.
Reader’s views, comments and observations from the Hornby Magazine postbag.
Blacklade started out as a ‘OO’ gauge layoutbuilding challenge for Stephen Siddle and shows of what can be achieved in a limited space.
Locomotion Models’ Advanced Passenger Train – Experimental (APT-E) headlines the reviews alongside new products from Bachmann, Graham Farish, Kernow Model Rail Centre and more.
Evan Green-Hughes recalls the development of one of the most revolutionary trains ever to take to the rails in the UK: BR’s Advanced Passenger Train – Experimental (APT-E).
THORNE HILL COLLIERY
Jeff Wetherall looked to West Yorkshire for his delightful ‘O’ gauge layout set on BR’s North Eastern Region in the 1950s.
Electric Multiple Units have been part of the UK railway scene for more than 120 years, as Evan Green-Hughes explains.
A Friday afternoon ‘moment’ resulted in the ‘OO’ gauge roundhouse scene being grafted onto one corner of Topley Dale. Find out how.
Hornby Magazine presents your latest model building and layout projects.
Your comprehensive guide to forthcoming events.