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British Railway Modelling (BRM) Magazine SEPTEMBER 2012 Back Issue

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1218 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Scale Modelling)
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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 Model-Railways-Live.co.uk 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.
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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 Model-Railways-Live.co.uk 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.


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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 Model-Railways-Live.co.uk 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.
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