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5 Great Layouts!
We have a selection of top-quality layout modelling, coupled with the very finest layout photography. Inside this issue you’ll find:
• Summat Colliery (OO) – Ian Mellors’ colliery layout
• Marston & Atherby (OO) – an Edwardian-era layout, including a mass of scratch-built buildings.
• Woolacombe – a stunning narrow gauge creation in 7/8” scale.
• Tickhill & Wadworth (EM) – Tony Gee’s layout which features a long-gone station from his childhood.
• Poulton Le Fylde (OO) – an interesting and unusual prototype for this exhibition layout.

Practical BRM
The new-look BRM is awash with inspirational yet accessible practical modelling articles:
• Build a coal wagon – new BRM writer Phil Parker shows just how easy it is to construct a Parkside Dundas wagon kit.
• Scratch build from take-aways – the Marston & Atherby layout owner reveals how he makes amazing buildings from the polystyrene found in fast food take-away boxes and pizza bases!
• Two-hour Challenge – Phil Parker is tasked with building a Wills Coal Yard and Hut in just two hours! Can you?
• Modifying die-cast – Howard Smith gets to grip with a die-cast repaint to match a car from his childhood.
• Modelling water – Phil Parker produces a stretch of canal to place the canal boats he made last month.

Product news & reviews.
Expect the most in-depth product reviews found in any railway modelling publication, plus the latest new launches from the hobby. You will find the following in the new-look BRM:
• Invicta Model Railways Class 20 and OO gauge announcements.
• News on the new RTR company from Dave Jones.
• Bachmann Branch-Line's new LMS Diesel Twins.
• Bachmann Branch-Line's 4F locomotives.
Plus…
• Q&A
• Readers’ Layouts
• And much more!
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BRM November 2013 5 Great Layouts! We have a selection of top-quality layout modelling, coupled with the very finest layout photography. Inside this issue you’ll find: • Summat Colliery (OO) – Ian Mellors’ colliery layout • Marston & Atherby (OO) – an Edwardian-era layout, including a mass of scratch-built buildings. • Woolacombe – a stunning narrow gauge creation in 7/8” scale. • Tickhill & Wadworth (EM) – Tony Gee’s layout which features a long-gone station from his childhood. • Poulton Le Fylde (OO) – an interesting and unusual prototype for this exhibition layout. Practical BRM The new-look BRM is awash with inspirational yet accessible practical modelling articles: • Build a coal wagon – new BRM writer Phil Parker shows just how easy it is to construct a Parkside Dundas wagon kit. • Scratch build from take-aways – the Marston & Atherby layout owner reveals how he makes amazing buildings from the polystyrene found in fast food take-away boxes and pizza bases! • Two-hour Challenge – Phil Parker is tasked with building a Wills Coal Yard and Hut in just two hours! Can you? • Modifying die-cast – Howard Smith gets to grip with a die-cast repaint to match a car from his childhood. • Modelling water – Phil Parker produces a stretch of canal to place the canal boats he made last month. Product news & reviews. Expect the most in-depth product reviews found in any railway modelling publication, plus the latest new launches from the hobby. You will find the following in the new-look BRM: • Invicta Model Railways Class 20 and OO gauge announcements. • News on the new RTR company from Dave Jones. • Bachmann Branch-Line's new LMS Diesel Twins. • Bachmann Branch-Line's 4F locomotives. Plus… • Q&A • Readers’ Layouts • And much more!


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5 Great Layouts!
We have a selection of top-quality layout modelling, coupled with the very finest layout photography. Inside this issue you’ll find:
• Summat Colliery (OO) – Ian Mellors’ colliery layout
• Marston & Atherby (OO) – an Edwardian-era layout, including a mass of scratch-built buildings.
• Woolacombe – a stunning narrow gauge creation in 7/8” scale.
• Tickhill & Wadworth (EM) – Tony Gee’s layout which features a long-gone station from his childhood.
• Poulton Le Fylde (OO) – an interesting and unusual prototype for this exhibition layout.

Practical BRM
The new-look BRM is awash with inspirational yet accessible practical modelling articles:
• Build a coal wagon – new BRM writer Phil Parker shows just how easy it is to construct a Parkside Dundas wagon kit.
• Scratch build from take-aways – the Marston & Atherby layout owner reveals how he makes amazing buildings from the polystyrene found in fast food take-away boxes and pizza bases!
• Two-hour Challenge – Phil Parker is tasked with building a Wills Coal Yard and Hut in just two hours! Can you?
• Modifying die-cast – Howard Smith gets to grip with a die-cast repaint to match a car from his childhood.
• Modelling water – Phil Parker produces a stretch of canal to place the canal boats he made last month.

Product news & reviews.
Expect the most in-depth product reviews found in any railway modelling publication, plus the latest new launches from the hobby. You will find the following in the new-look BRM:
• Invicta Model Railways Class 20 and OO gauge announcements.
• News on the new RTR company from Dave Jones.
• Bachmann Branch-Line's new LMS Diesel Twins.
• Bachmann Branch-Line's 4F locomotives.
Plus…
• Q&A
• Readers’ Layouts
• And much more!
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