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LAYOUTS 22 TETBURY (OO)

Modelling this real location was a first for surveyor, Chris Chewter, and though beneficial, uncovered a different set of challenges. 46 LOWER EXBURY (P4)

Falling in love with the concept of this early-1950s era layout, Alison Barker took ownership, adding further cameos, too. 70 WEST COAST SOUTHERN SECTION (N)

With an extensive trackplan that must be seen to be believed, Andrew Armitage’s layout capitalises on the benefits of 2mm:1ft scale.

PRACTICAL BRM 34 HOW TO MODEL STONE WALLS

This comprehensive guide, by talented modeller Jamie Warne, offers key prototype information, plus practical tips to help you create realistic stone walls for your layout. 56 HOW TO MODEL HORSES

You could find a home for model horses on most British-inspired layouts. In our latest guide, expert modeller, Michael Russell, demonstrates some key enhancements to elevate your figures.

APRIL 2022 CONTENTS

62 HOW TO IMPROVE N GAUGE COUPLINGS

There are alternatives to proprietary N Gauge couplings available that provide an improved appearance and reliably uncouple rolling stock when shunting. 84 BRM LAYOUT PROJECT: ROLLING STOCK

What is a model railway without trains? Phil Parker starts to fill the sidings on our project layout with stock.

PRODUCTS & FEATURES 42 INSPIRATIONAL MODELLING

Always on the hunt for talented creations, we’ve selected our favourite images of inspiring and realistic modelling from our sister forum, RMweb. 94 2022 BRISTOL SHOW

It’s our first year managing one of the West of England’s most popular model railway exhibitions, here we take a look at some of the highlights to expect from the 2022 weekend. 102 LATEST NEWS

A round-up of the latest headlines from the model railway world this month.

108 CARGOWAGGON’S ‘HOLD-ALLS’

Wagon expert, David Ratcliffe provides prototype information in anticipation of our review of Revolution Train’s new models, next month. 110 REVIEW: OXFORD RAIL GE 10T VANS

The latest offering from Oxford Rail is this pair of GE 10T covered vans, which, according to Tony Wright, offer excellent value for money. 112 REVIEW: OXFORD RAIL PILCHARD

Oxford Rail’s new ‘Pilchard’ wagons have arrived with stockists, their prices revised slightly, but still representing value for money. Howard Smith takes a closer look. 114 REVIEW: HORNBY APT

The eagerly-anticipated APT has finally arrived at BRM headquarters, but does it live up to the hype? Andy York investigates… 119 REVIEW: HELJAN IGA WAGON

Howard Smith looks at a new batch of flat wagons from Heljan, with different guises to suit. 120 REVIEW: HORNBY SENTINEL

Hornby’s announcement to follow up on its popular 0-4-0 version of these shunters came as a surprise in January. Already arriving with customers, Howard Smith explores the models.

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