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British Railway Modelling (BRM) Magazine JULY 2011 Back Issue

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News and product reviews

Tower Model's exclusive gauge Class 26, New Midland Railex announced at the Midland Railway Centre and a first look at Hornby's revolutionary new DCC control system, Railmaster.

Bachmann's new EMU model, the 2-EPB is put under the spotlight, as well as Heljan's new OO gauge prototype diesel Lion

Layout Focus

Lambley viaduct - the scenically stunning new extension to David Smith's N gauge Alston layout The Ashport East branch - David Rae's OO gauge Midlands' coalfield area layout, based on the Minories plan

Structure Modelling

Station building construction using the C&L laser-cut wood kit.

Scenic Modelling & Bring your layout to life!

Using snapshots of real life to enhance your modelling

Project Layouts

N gauge Dudley Heath gets ballasted and the track painted as out next project layout, Amberdale, a OO layout in a shed, gets underway

Layout Planning

The possibilities of modelling the military-based Ludgershall branch

Diary dates and Society Column

The round-up of exhibitions and club and society matters throughout the country
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JULY 2011 News and product reviews Tower Model's exclusive gauge Class 26, New Midland Railex announced at the Midland Railway Centre and a first look at Hornby's revolutionary new DCC control system, Railmaster. Bachmann's new EMU model, the 2-EPB is put under the spotlight, as well as Heljan's new OO gauge prototype diesel Lion Layout Focus Lambley viaduct - the scenically stunning new extension to David Smith's N gauge Alston layout The Ashport East branch - David Rae's OO gauge Midlands' coalfield area layout, based on the Minories plan Structure Modelling Station building construction using the C&L laser-cut wood kit. Scenic Modelling & Bring your layout to life! Using snapshots of real life to enhance your modelling Project Layouts N gauge Dudley Heath gets ballasted and the track painted as out next project layout, Amberdale, a OO layout in a shed, gets underway Layout Planning The possibilities of modelling the military-based Ludgershall branch Diary dates and Society Column The round-up of exhibitions and club and society matters throughout the country


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News and product reviews

Tower Model's exclusive gauge Class 26, New Midland Railex announced at the Midland Railway Centre and a first look at Hornby's revolutionary new DCC control system, Railmaster.

Bachmann's new EMU model, the 2-EPB is put under the spotlight, as well as Heljan's new OO gauge prototype diesel Lion

Layout Focus

Lambley viaduct - the scenically stunning new extension to David Smith's N gauge Alston layout The Ashport East branch - David Rae's OO gauge Midlands' coalfield area layout, based on the Minories plan

Structure Modelling

Station building construction using the C&L laser-cut wood kit.

Scenic Modelling & Bring your layout to life!

Using snapshots of real life to enhance your modelling

Project Layouts

N gauge Dudley Heath gets ballasted and the track painted as out next project layout, Amberdale, a OO layout in a shed, gets underway

Layout Planning

The possibilities of modelling the military-based Ludgershall branch

Diary dates and Society Column

The round-up of exhibitions and club and society matters throughout the country
read more read less

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