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275 Brooking Vale to Lyallcombe Jason Pierce constructed a heritage line-based L-shaped N gauge system, which was created using clip-together Kato Unitrak components.

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278 A brass loco kit in OO9 How Callum Willcox built an etched brass narrow gauge locomotive – without using a soldering iron.

280 Wagon tarpaulins in O Callum Willcox shows how to fit a Parkside Models tarpaulin cover to a proprietary seven-plank open wagon in 7mm scale.

APRIL 2022

BRITAIN’S No.1

MODELRAILWAYMAGAZINE

APRIL 2022 £5.30

AT THE HEART OF THE HOBBY

WHAT’S ON THE COVER

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Copper,Wort&CoLtdJoin us for a tour around this Edwardian brewery system in OO

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Bristol Bath Road The essence of a large MPD in a small space

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Turbot makeover Giving a bogie ballast wagon the weathered look in OO

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Crediton station The North Devon rail scene recreated in N

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Cover photo: Steve Flint

268 Duns engine shed Scale Drawings Jim Hay presents drawings for this two-road steam locomotive shed situated on a former through station on the Berwickshire branch.

270 The tale of two Jinties Greg Baddock began his modelling with a Tri-ang train set. The poor running of this left him disillusioned for half a century, but that was all about to change!

281 Comment Opinions and observations across the field of railway modelling. This month, Peter Osborne discusses how the order of construction can affect the success of a layout build.

282 Readers’ Letters 284 New Product Reviews Two very different express passenger machines from Hornby lead the reviews this month: the BR Class 370 Advanced Passenger Train and the rebuilt LNER Class W1 ‘Hush-Hush’ 4-6-4. We also look at Heljan’s re-tooled OO gauge Class 86/4 and O gauge Class 47, its Cargowaggon bogie flat wagon in OO, and Bachmann’s OO gauge 12T VEA van, as well as new Modelu figures for the 4mm scale Double Fairlie.

292 News We reveal the winner of the RAILWAY MODELLER Cup 2021 competition, as well as the latest set of product announcements from Bachmann; Heljan unveils North British prototype 10800 in OO; Revolution Trains announces 175 and 180 units in OO and N; Dapol announces GWR Toplight coaches from new tooling in OO; KR Models unveils prototype samples of its OO gauge Bulleid Leader and Clayton DHP1; Ellis Clark Trains receives engineering prototypes of its ready-to-run O gauge Stanier ‘Black Five’; a suite of new Brush Type 2 models from Accurascale in OO gauge; and Dapol is to produce an OO gauge Maunsell D1 4-4-0 in conjunction with Rails of Sheffield – plus much more...

42a Societies & Clubs A number of events are listed for March and April, but we advise potential visitors to contact the organisers or check the respective websites before travelling to the venue. Notices of known cancellations are included.

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