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British Railway Modelling (BRM) Magazine SEPTEMBER 2012 Back Issue

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British Railway Modelling (BRM)  |  SEPTEMBER 2012  

12-19 - January 1968
Blackpool & North Fylde’s highly atmospheric 00 layout depicting the end of the steam era.

20-23 - Practical BRM: Weathering
Martin McDermott shows how to weather a range of BR rolling stock.

24-28 - Woodhead
Gary Atkinson rebuilt his N gauge layout to incorporate the long trains found on this route.

30-31 - Practical BRM: Weathering Track
Nigel Burkin shows how you can weather your track for additional realism.

32-37 - Woodmore’s Scrapyard
Michael Russell’s superb steam loco scrapyard diorama.

38-39 - Practical BRM: Creating Rust
Michael Russell shows how he produced some of the rust effects on his diorama.

40-44 - Practical BRM: Loco conversion
Nigel Burkin repaints, details and weathers a Vi-Trains Class 47.

45 - Web News
How to save money by taking out a digital subscription.

46-49 - Practical BRM: Modelling Puddles
Michael Russell again - and this time he’s producing puddles.

50 - Points Arising
Our regular lively letters page where BRM readers air their views.

52-54 - Practical BRM - Model a building
David Wright completes his construction of a derelict barn with painting and weathering.

57 - MRL Timetable
A rundown on ‘Weathering’ content going live on this month.

59-90 - Modelling Inspiration
RMweb’s online magazine can now be viewed as part of BRM.

92-95 - What’s New
A look at the latest new products, including Dapol’s new launches

98-99 - Review
Richard Dockerill tests the Dapol A3 Gresley Pacific.

101 - Review
Geoff Meredith examines the Hornby SR Brake Van ‘B’.

102-103 - Review
We review the Bachmann MLV.

104 - Tried and Tested
Modelmates Weathering Sprays and Deluxe Track Magic are tried and tested.

106-110 - Diary Dates
Forthcoming events for your diary.

146 - Next Month
What you can expect from the October issue of BRM.

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. 

Today, British Railway Modelling (BRM) magazine has grown into the most respected magazine in its field. Showcasing the best layouts, BRM offers easy-to-follow articles to improve your modelling skills and includes all of the latest product news and reviews from the biggest brands including Hornby, Bachmann and Dalpol. 

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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  • A free DVD with every digital issue
  • The latest product news and trusted reviews
  • Practical and easy-to-follow modelling articles
  • A minimum of three, in-depth layouts in each issue
  • Historial resources and guides
  • Extra layouts, quality pictures, more video and bonus articles compared to the print version
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British Railway Modelling

Living in Turkey, I rely on your magazine for upto date information, so the articles are most important, but so too are the advertisments. Your magazine is an inspiration. Thank you. Reviewed January 26, 2021

British Railway Modelling

Good accessible version of magazine Reviewed January 23, 2021

British Railway Modelling

Excellent magazine. I like the topics and the videos. Reviewed January 22, 2021

British Railway Modelling

Doing a stirling job keeping us modellers informed and giving us ideas and methods to improve our modelling. Reviewed January 22, 2021

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