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British Railway Modelling (BRM) Magazine DECEMBER 2011 Back Issue

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British Railway Modelling (BRM)  |  DECEMBER 2011  

In this issue, which also includes a free DVD on Hornby's Railmaster system, including an evaluation copy of the software.

News and New Releases
We report back from the International N gauge show and the National Festival of Railway Modelling at Peterborough, plus you chance to win a Bachmann Collectors Club 'Jinty' in support of the Midland Railway. Under the spotlight this month is the NRM limited edition 'Compound', Bachmann's 3F 0-6-0, while in N gauge there's Dapol's Class 26 and 'Bubble car' plus Farish's Class 03 and Osborn's Models limited edition 'Hall'

Layout Focus
Cherry Orchard in 7mm scale standard and narrow gauge by Ron Bailes, Burnham on Sea in N gauge from Alastair Knox and John Flann's OO gauge Hintock Branch. .. read more There's also an update on the Editor's Gifford Street layout following its appearance at Peterborough.

Modern Railway Modelling
Nigel Burkin gives a parcels sector Class 47 a makeover.

Locomotive Conversion
Dick Hewins buids a Dean 4-4-0 from two Tri-ang 'Lord of the Isles' models.

Structure Modelling
Paul Bason builds a GWR coaling stage from Townstreet.

Prototype Inspiration
Hebble Vale Goods - Karl Crowther looks to Halifax from inspiration for his new layout.

Show Preview
A spotlight on a few of the shows coming up this month.

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British Railway Modelling was first published in the UK in print form in April 1993 by David Brown, a respected journalist with a passion for model railways. Fast forward almost thirty years and the BRM Digital Edition arrives straight to your device every four weeks as your monthly insight into the world of railway modelling. 

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Each issue includes a minimum of three inspirational model-railway layouts covering the most popular gauges/scales. Discover practical ‘How To’ articles by their brilliant team of railway modelling experts, step-by-step practical articles, prototype articles and the latest product news and reviews you can trust, alongside lots of historical resources and helpful information each month.

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