Hornby Magazine - August 2019

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WE SHOW YOU HOW

WEATHERING
Tim Shackleton transforms a rake of Accurascale’s new ‘OO’ gauge Cemflo wagons.

MAKING A SCENE
Graham Muspratt shows you how to create inset track for quayside and industrial railway use in six simple steps.

TRAIN FORMATIONS
Mark Chivers presents a selection of passenger and freight train formations through York in the 1970s and 1980s, which you can model in ‘OO’.

DIGITAL CONTROL
Hornby’s ‘OO’ gauge GWR ‘72XX’ 2-8-2T receives a digital sound makeover.

FIRST REVIEWS

Hornby ‘OO’ Stroudley ‘A1’ 0-6-0T

Heljan Class 37/4 Co-Co for ‘O’ gauge

Hornby ‘OO’ Bulleid 59ft Carriages

ALSO INSIDE…

EDITORIAL
Mike Wild introduces the latest issue of Hornby Magazine.

UPDATE
The latest from Hornby HQ, including news of a special open weekend, Bachmann announces Class 45 limited editions, more layouts are added to the Great Electric Train Show line-up and much more. Plus, you could win a ‘OO’ Heljan Class 33/1 and Kernow Model Rail Centre 4-TC worth £438 in our exclusive competition.

BOURNEMOUTH WEST
Roger Sunderland reveals how this magnificent ‘OO’ gauge railway terminus and its approaches, set in 1959-1962, were developed.

PROTOTYPE
With new ‘O’, ‘OO’ and ‘N’ gauge models in development, David Ratcliffe recalls BR’s last vacuum-braked pallet van – the Vanwide.

MURTON
Inspired by a love of branch lines, Dean Errington’s ‘OO’ gauge layout represents a colliery-served light railway in North East England during the first half of the 20th century.

REALITY CHECK
Evan Green-Hughes examines the rich and varied history of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway’s versatile ‘Terrier’ 0-6-0Ts to mark the arrival of Hornby’s Stroudley ‘A1’ 0-6-0T.

BSC SHEPCOTE LANE TIPPLER SIDINGS
An imaginary steelworks in Sheffield during the 1980s/1990s sets the scene for Barrie Davies’ compact finescale ‘OO’ gauge layout.

RAILWAY REALISM
Evan Green-Hughes explores the history of York railway station and its incredible appeal through the years.

STAFF PROJECTS
Still in the early stages of development, Hornby Magazine’s Mike Wild takes you behind closed doors on an extended tour of his under construction ‘O’ gauge garden railway.

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