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British Railway Modelling (BRM) Magazine SEPTEMBER 2011 Back Issue

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Being the leading magazine title in such a highly visual hobby, BRM Digital Edition is the only UK model railway publication that includes a streamed DVD. Unlike the iconic print version of British Railway Modelling (BRM) magazine, you get a whole host of extra, exciting content including extra layouts and quality pictures, more videos, exclusive articles and the episode of BRM TV is included - bonus magazines are occasionally gifted free of charge too. 

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The BRM Digital Edition provides exceptional in-depth insight into the world of the UK model railway hobby. Covering all eras and scales of model, a BRM Digital Edition subscription gives readers quality content with superb photography - giving subscriber’s the ability to see the publication’s layouts spring to life before their very own eyes and to see the latest products in action and hear DCC sound locos in their full glory.


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British Railway Modelling (BRM)  |  SEPTEMBER 2011  


News and New Releases
The latest from the Bachmann trade open day, the new 4-4-0s from Hornby and what's on way from TMC. Graham Farish's air braked plate wagon, Hornby's BR DCC sound A4 and the Model Rail OO gauge Sentinel are under the review spotlight.

Layout Focus
Mike Leggott's loft-based Goredale and Richmond branch OO layout, East Grinstead in the days of the LB&SCR from Ian White, also in OO.

Freight Only
Another 'Exceptional Load' from Harold Smith - a 100 ton steam drum on a 'Weltrol'

Tracklaying
Andy Hopper explains the art of laying third rail in OO gauge

Weathering
Three features on weathering this month - Peter Osborne investigates scale colour - is there too much colour on layouts? .. read more Weathering with salt by Paul Jarman and a look at Modelmates' weathering sprays.

Rolling Stock
Nigel Burkin shows the benefits of using N gauge vinyl overlays.

Structure Modelling
Professional modelmaker Geoff Kent describes the construction of a compact 7mm scale colliery.

Project Layout
The track is laid on the new BRM layout project, Amberdale, Œlayout in a shed¹.

Plus the lively letters page, Readers¹ 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. 


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.


You’ll get your British Railway Modelling fix 13 times a year with an annual BRM Digital Edition magazine subscription - download the latest edition to your device today to help take your scale modelling to the next level!

A BRM Digital Edition magazine subscription is your go-to for the best railway modelling news, features and reviews. Look forward to:

  • 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
  • Get every issue delivered directly to your device

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

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