LAYOUTS 20 GRANTHAM (OO)
We revisit Graham Nicholas’ project, which captures the years of pride and pre-war optimism of the LNER. With a little help, here’s how he succeeded... 46 LNER LAYOUT ROUND-UP
This iconic stretch of railway has inspired many layouts, here we select some of the most memorable. 66 LITTLE SALKELD (N)
England’s green and pleasant land couldn’t be better summarised than in Paul Moss’ own composition, inspired by this small Cumbrian village.
PRACTICAL BRM 34 HOW TO 3D PRINT ROLLING STOCK
Wartime modeller, Chris Mead, shares the steps taken to 3D print his Mobile Electrical Sub-station sets of the LNER, with some top tips along the way. 62 RECYCLING AN OLD RAILWAY LAYOUT
What do you do with an old railway layout? Phil Parker updates a recently-created layout to give it a completely new look.
JUNE 2022 CONTENTS
78 BUILD A LOW-RELIEF TEMP OFFICE
Michael Russell shares some easy tips on adapting buildings to produce realistic scenes using off-the-shelf kits. 82 A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO LAMPS
Important for identification and safety, lamps have played an important role on the railway. Tony Wright shares an informative guide on their positioning. 88 BUILD A DJH RAVEN A2
Kit-building locomotives isn’t as difficult as it seems, as Tony Wright demonstrates with this build of a limited-edition Raven A2. 92 BRM GUIDE TO GLUE
To the seasoned modeller, selecting a glue to create a successful bond is almost secondnature. For the beginner, however, Howard Smith offers advice…
PRODUCTS & FEATURES 40 FORMATIONS FOR ECML EXPRESSES
With a keen eye for authenticity, Andy Sparkes offers a guide to sourcing period-correct rolling stock for popular ECML passenger trains of the 1950s.
54 A SUNDAY AT CLOCKMILL LANE
There was always much to ‘cop’ on this vast shed at the gates to Edinburgh, and Ian Lamb’s memories are recalled thanks to model manufacturers. 100 LATEST NEWS
A round-up of the latest headlines from the model railway world this month. 106 REVIEW: DARSTAED THOMPSONS
Produced exclusively for Ellis Clark Trains, these new O gauge models offer exceptional detail and value for money, says Tony Wright. 108 REVIEW: ACCURASCALE HYA/IIA
HOPPERS Accurascale’s latest wagon arrivals will be a key addition to the fleet of any post-2007 model railway. Andy York takes a closer look. 110 REVIEW: HORNBY W4 PECKETT
Peckett & Sons Ltd was renowned for turning out locomotives in bright, lined liveries, and Hornby’s latest addition continues the theme. 112 REVIEW: RAPIDO SECR OPEN WAGONS
Hot on the heels of its gunpowder vans, the new SECR wagons from Rapido Trains are already proving popular with modellers.