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(3 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Publishing monthly, Hornby Magazine takes a unique approach to model railways with both the relatively inexperienced and the seasoned modeller in mind. Unique step-by-step guides offer modellers hints and tips on how to get the most from the hobby. It is written by enthusiasts for enthusiasts - the editorial and publishing team are all active modellers who care passionately about the hobby.

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Hornby Magazine  |  November 2013  


WYCHNOR ON TRENT
John Hancock takes us on tour of this ‘O’ gauge marvel based on Burton-On-Trent in BR steam days, which models a complete railway network.

WEATHERING 10001
Tim Shackleton takes his airbrush to a limited edition Dapol ‘OO’ gauge LMS 10001 and shows how early pioneer diesels weathered in service.

PARKER’S GUIDE
In his final Parker’s Guide, Phil Parker rekindles old memories by adding full detailing to a Bachmann ‘3F’ 0-6-0 using a Brassmasters kit.

READY KADEE ... GO
In the second part of his new series on Kadee automatic couplings, Nigel Burkin shows how
to fit them and what tools you’ll need.

MYTHOLM
Geoff Buttler reveals how the distinctive atmosphere of West Yorkshire in the BR blue era has been recreated in ‘N’ gauge to brilliant effect by this four-sided model.

OPERATION BUILD IT!
Hornby Magazine’s all-inclusive project continues. This month, we install the electrics and build the
signalbox and platform using the FREE Scalescenes kits. Plus get the code to download the platform kit for this layout for FREE!

REVIEWS
Bachmann’s LMS ‘twins’ in ‘OO’ and Golden Age Models ‘Coronation’ carriages impress Hornby Magazine’s reviewers this month alongside a bumper crop of new releases

REALITY CHECK
Although derided by many, the four-wheel ‘Pacer’ DMUs of the 1980s are now at the end of their third decade of service. Evan Green-Hughes looks at the BR/Alexander Class 144.

REALTRACK 144
Realtrack Models has broken new ground with its first motorised model - the Class 144 DMU for ‘OO’ gauge. Plus Evan Green- Hughes charts this history of the class in Reality Check.

REDFORD JUNCTION
3mm scale isn’t a first choice for a model railway, but for Paul Hopkins it is the perfect opportunity to fully engage with the hobby. Redford Junction is the result.

RAILWAY REALISM
Evan Green-Hughes looks at the importance of station furniture and how it immediately places the time period of a model railway.

PLUS OUR REGULARS AND LOTS MORE!
Hornby Magazine

Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, the Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher.

Publishing monthly, Hornby Magazine takes a unique approach to model railways with both the relatively inexperienced and the seasoned modeller in mind. Unique step-by-step guides offer modellers hints and tips on how to get the most from the hobby. It is written by enthusiasts for enthusiasts - the editorial and publishing team are all active modellers who care passionately about the hobby.

Regular features include:

• Latest News: National and international news on the latest developments in the railway modelling world
• Featured layouts: An in-depth look, using some spectacular photography, showcasing the very best layouts and dioramas in Britain and Europe
• Reviews: The latest products, locomotives, train sets, software and accessories from the likes of Bachmann, Hornby, Dapol, Heljan and Vitrains
• Show Guide: Shows, events and swap meets organised by model railway clubs, societies and associations
• Reality Check: Archive pictures of railways stations, rolling stock and the surrounding areas to help make your layout as realistic as possible

And much more!

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   Best model railway mag Reviewed Tuesday, August 1, 2017
This is the best model railway magazine out there. Lots of content, a wide range of layouts from all eras and great reviews of the latest modelling products. A quality read!
   hornby Reviewed Friday, November 23, 2012
This mag is EXCELLENT
   Reviewed Sunday, June 17, 2012 SUBSCRIBER
Very very good.
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Hornby Magazine   |   November 2013   


WYCHNOR ON TRENT
John Hancock takes us on tour of this ‘O’ gauge marvel based on Burton-On-Trent in BR steam days, which models a complete railway network.

WEATHERING 10001
Tim Shackleton takes his airbrush to a limited edition Dapol ‘OO’ gauge LMS 10001 and shows how early pioneer diesels weathered in service.

PARKER’S GUIDE
In his final Parker’s Guide, Phil Parker rekindles old memories by adding full detailing to a Bachmann ‘3F’ 0-6-0 using a Brassmasters kit.

READY KADEE ... GO
In the second part of his new series on Kadee automatic couplings, Nigel Burkin shows how
to fit them and what tools you’ll need.

MYTHOLM
Geoff Buttler reveals how the distinctive atmosphere of West Yorkshire in the BR blue era has been recreated in ‘N’ gauge to brilliant effect by this four-sided model.

OPERATION BUILD IT!
Hornby Magazine’s all-inclusive project continues. This month, we install the electrics and build the
signalbox and platform using the FREE Scalescenes kits. Plus get the code to download the platform kit for this layout for FREE!

REVIEWS
Bachmann’s LMS ‘twins’ in ‘OO’ and Golden Age Models ‘Coronation’ carriages impress Hornby Magazine’s reviewers this month alongside a bumper crop of new releases

REALITY CHECK
Although derided by many, the four-wheel ‘Pacer’ DMUs of the 1980s are now at the end of their third decade of service. Evan Green-Hughes looks at the BR/Alexander Class 144.

REALTRACK 144
Realtrack Models has broken new ground with its first motorised model - the Class 144 DMU for ‘OO’ gauge. Plus Evan Green- Hughes charts this history of the class in Reality Check.

REDFORD JUNCTION
3mm scale isn’t a first choice for a model railway, but for Paul Hopkins it is the perfect opportunity to fully engage with the hobby. Redford Junction is the result.

RAILWAY REALISM
Evan Green-Hughes looks at the importance of station furniture and how it immediately places the time period of a model railway.

PLUS OUR REGULARS AND LOTS MORE!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
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  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Hornby Magazine magazine print subscription.
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