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Plant & Machinery Model World  |  July August 2011  


Judging by the fi rst of this year’s Spalding model shows, the
current mood in mainstream agriculture – a fairly buoyant one, in
spite of steep input costs and the effect of high grain prices on
stock feed prices – is refl ected nicely in the world of ‘miniature
farming’. Whether they were model collectors, diorama builders,
brochure enthusiasts, book buffs or DVD seekers, there were
plenty of people prepared to dig deep and spend a bit to bolster
their collections at the event, and organisers reported one of the
healthiest attendances since the show’s inception.
There are plenty of farm model enthusiasts, though, for whom
the seemingly relentless stream of new issues is creating some
concern. Not everyone has the resources to keep up with
collecting every replica of their favourite brand, scale or era,
particularly given the prices of some of the unarguably impressive
but nevertheless expensive 1/32 models that have come to the
market in recent years.
So it’s good that Britains, which perhaps lost its way a little
in the mid 1990s with one or two out-of-dimension, crudelyreworked
replicas, has increased its focus on accuracy in recent
releases. It would appear that the brand remains committed to
producing easily-affordable models that are still well-suited to
children, but without neglecting the demands of collectors – or
ultra-keen carpet farmers, for that matter – for good detailing and
accuracy. While model farm machinery has become a serious
business for collectors who demand the ultimate in accuracy,
it’s perhaps important to remember that the hobby has its
foundations in simple childhood toys.
Model Plant and Machinery is the World’s only magazine dedicated to collecting plant and machinery replicas. Featuring in each issue, the latest news, reviews and features from around the World of construction and machinery models. Dedicated editor Steven Downes ensures readers (of all ages) get their quarterly fill on what’s going on in the hobby. With 52-60 pages, there is plenty of reading in each issue.
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Plant & Machinery Model World   |   July August 2011   


Judging by the fi rst of this year’s Spalding model shows, the
current mood in mainstream agriculture – a fairly buoyant one, in
spite of steep input costs and the effect of high grain prices on
stock feed prices – is refl ected nicely in the world of ‘miniature
farming’. Whether they were model collectors, diorama builders,
brochure enthusiasts, book buffs or DVD seekers, there were
plenty of people prepared to dig deep and spend a bit to bolster
their collections at the event, and organisers reported one of the
healthiest attendances since the show’s inception.
There are plenty of farm model enthusiasts, though, for whom
the seemingly relentless stream of new issues is creating some
concern. Not everyone has the resources to keep up with
collecting every replica of their favourite brand, scale or era,
particularly given the prices of some of the unarguably impressive
but nevertheless expensive 1/32 models that have come to the
market in recent years.
So it’s good that Britains, which perhaps lost its way a little
in the mid 1990s with one or two out-of-dimension, crudelyreworked
replicas, has increased its focus on accuracy in recent
releases. It would appear that the brand remains committed to
producing easily-affordable models that are still well-suited to
children, but without neglecting the demands of collectors – or
ultra-keen carpet farmers, for that matter – for good detailing and
accuracy. While model farm machinery has become a serious
business for collectors who demand the ultimate in accuracy,
it’s perhaps important to remember that the hobby has its
foundations in simple childhood toys.
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Plant & Machinery Model World magazine print subscription.
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