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British Railway Modelling (BRM) Magazine AUGUST 2011 Back Issue

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British Railway Modelling (BRM)  |  AUGUST 2011  


News and New Releases

The latest from the DEMU Showcase event, updating the Midland Railex event and reviews of Hornby’s Tornado and Bachmann’s new MPV

Layout Focus

This month there’s Hospital Gates in O gauge from the East Riding Finescale Group, Detford in OO from Bexhill-on-Sea MRC and Bob Bang’s impressive new layout of Kensington Olympia in OO.

Freight Only and Prototype Inspiration

Nigel Burkin examines Bachmann’s new FNA nuclear flask wagon with some suitable prototype photos and there’s a look at a typical nuclear flask facility. .. read more

DCC Spot

Adding the DCC sound dimension to EMU models.

Locomotive Profile

William Ascough gives a brief history of the LNER B17 ‘Sandringham or ‘Fottball’ Class.

Project

‘The ubiquitous Tilly’ - Paul Jarman updates a Revel vehicle kit for his O gauge layout.

Project Layout

The baseboards are built for the new BRM layout project, Amberdale, ‘layout in a shed’.

Plus the lively letters pge, Readers’ Layouts, Diary Dates and a bumper Society Column.  read less

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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