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British Railway Modelling Magazine

(6 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year British Railway Modelling - the quality monthly model railway magazine. Established in 1993, British Railway Modelling (BRM) magazine provides exceptional coverage of the UK model railway hobby. We cover all eras and scales, giving readers quality content with superb photography. BRM is the ‘go to’ source for all news, events and developments in the hobby, keeping you abreast with innovations and modelling techniques.

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British Railway Modelling  |  February 2018  


NEW FORMAT DVD
Andy York & Phil Parker take a road trip to Pendon Museum and get a behind-the-scenes tour of Britain's best model railway!

Inside this month's magazine:

LAYOUTS
The Clydach Railway (OO9) - With its sunny climate and coastal setting, Richard Holder's layout is surely a cheering scene for a chilly winter's day.
Redford Junction (3mm) - Large layouts often have quite modest beginnings, but Paul Hopkins' imagined scene started out as just a single board.
Brinklow (N) - Milton Keynes MRS' adaptable layout allows for multiple controls, a variety of stock and even running of continental trains.
Bostcroft (OO) - From a back bedroom to the exhibition circuit. Stephen Mullen describes his depiction of an Eastern Region terminus as a 'safe option'. We think he's being modest...

PRACTICAL BRM
Make better trees - Modeller Kevin Phare describes the simple steps required to create authentic-looking trees from sage brush and sea moss products.
Cakebox Challenge - Another brace of cakeboxes for your delight.
Make a grounded van store - Kevin Phare shows how a broken old wagon can add interest and authenticity to a quiet corner of your layout.
Cakebox Challenge - Howard Smith's step-by-step guide to creating his own cakebox.
Didsbury Green (Part 2) - Phil finishes the wiring, builds an unusual control panel and makes a start on the scenery.
Download, print and build - Michael Russell offers a step-by-step card kit build.

PRODUCTS
Warley 2017 roundup
New Gear
Reviewed: Bachmann SE&CR 'Birdcage' coaching stock
Reviewed: Irish Railway Models Cement Bubble Wagon
Reviewed: Bachmann D Class Open Boggie Wagons

OTHERS
Inbox - readers' letters
BRM meets...The Little Layout Company
Prototype Inspiration - London's Underground network
Phil Parker's modelling month
Tail Lamp by Michael Russell
Established in 1993, British Railway Modelling (BRM) magazine provides exceptional coverage of the UK model railway hobby. We cover all eras and scales, giving readers quality content with superb photography. BRM is the ‘go to’ source for all news, events and developments in the hobby, keeping you abreast with innovations and modelling techniques. We cover:

- Practical 'How to' articles giving you ideas
- Reviews on the latest models from manufacturers
- The best inspirational model railway layouts
- Kit building / scratch building and modifying tips
- Scenery and structural modelling to help improve your layout
- Historical resources and helpful information
- Supplements on a variety of technical subjects
- Articles to guide those new to railway modelling
- Dates for all major model events nationwide and more

BRM is the only monthly British model railway magazine to produce a FREE monthly video – BRM TV. Each episode (over 35mins) covers all of the above subjects in more depth, giving behind the scenes access to numerous railway sites, clubs and events across the UK. So why not take a look?
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year British Railway Modelling magazine subscription.

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6 Customer Reviews
   Great Model Railway Mag Reviewed July 29, 2017
Good model Railway mag with the latest news and some great layouts. Only wish they would have a little more for modern image on a consistent basis but otherwise a great read.
   B.R.M. Brilliant Reviewed September 23, 2014
it is a brilliant Railway modelling mag, with loads of info and great pic's of kit, layouts and reviews of new models from the big boy's, from design thro' to RTR in the shops.
   Brilliant Mag Reviewed July 19, 2014
A great Modelling mag, with brilliant details and very well layout info!
the review section on new RTR is wondeful with loads of into and detail.
   Great Mag Reviewed June 27, 2014
A good 4 stars worth of ideas for me which is explained in a manner that I, a newby, can understand. They fill your head with ideas from all gauges that made you reconsider your plans for that project that has not yet made it from paper to base board.
   Model Magazine Reviewed June 13, 2014
If you are a beginner or a regular modeller this is one of the top magazines to read, plenty of revues and good solid advice on every aspect of the hobby.
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British Railway Modelling   |   February 2018   


NEW FORMAT DVD
Andy York & Phil Parker take a road trip to Pendon Museum and get a behind-the-scenes tour of Britain's best model railway!

Inside this month's magazine:

LAYOUTS
The Clydach Railway (OO9) - With its sunny climate and coastal setting, Richard Holder's layout is surely a cheering scene for a chilly winter's day.
Redford Junction (3mm) - Large layouts often have quite modest beginnings, but Paul Hopkins' imagined scene started out as just a single board.
Brinklow (N) - Milton Keynes MRS' adaptable layout allows for multiple controls, a variety of stock and even running of continental trains.
Bostcroft (OO) - From a back bedroom to the exhibition circuit. Stephen Mullen describes his depiction of an Eastern Region terminus as a 'safe option'. We think he's being modest...

PRACTICAL BRM
Make better trees - Modeller Kevin Phare describes the simple steps required to create authentic-looking trees from sage brush and sea moss products.
Cakebox Challenge - Another brace of cakeboxes for your delight.
Make a grounded van store - Kevin Phare shows how a broken old wagon can add interest and authenticity to a quiet corner of your layout.
Cakebox Challenge - Howard Smith's step-by-step guide to creating his own cakebox.
Didsbury Green (Part 2) - Phil finishes the wiring, builds an unusual control panel and makes a start on the scenery.
Download, print and build - Michael Russell offers a step-by-step card kit build.

PRODUCTS
Warley 2017 roundup
New Gear
Reviewed: Bachmann SE&CR 'Birdcage' coaching stock
Reviewed: Irish Railway Models Cement Bubble Wagon
Reviewed: Bachmann D Class Open Boggie Wagons

OTHERS
Inbox - readers' letters
BRM meets...The Little Layout Company
Prototype Inspiration - London's Underground network
Phil Parker's modelling month
Tail Lamp by Michael Russell
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year British Railway Modelling magazine print subscription.
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