The latest issue of Hornby Magazine – HM121, July 2017 – is on sale now and headlining are our first reviews of Dapol’s new ‘OO’ gauge Class 122 and DJ Models crowd-funded Class 71 alongside a host of new releases from Hornby, products from Unit Models and B-T Models and much more.
Dapol’s new Class 122 gets its first full review in the latest issue.
Plus you can read all the latest model railway news including exclusive content from Hornby Hobbies, development of Dapol’s ‘O’ gauge ‘Pannier’, Revolution’s next ‘N’ gauge wagon project and the latest news on the Great Electric Train Show.
Barry Platt’s Ashdan Junction is one of three feature layouts in HM121.
Three superb feature layouts are in store including Abingdon and District MRC’s Leicester (Belgrave Road) and Barry Platt’s Ashdan Junction – which are also new announcements for the 2017 Great Electric Train Show – and Peter Bossom’s delightful 3mm scale layout Thunder’s Hill. The Hornby Magazine team shows you how to detail Hornby’s Collett carriages, build a depot diorama, achieve perfect running for wagons and provides a full step by step guide to installing lights, figures, digital and sound into Bachmann’s tiny Wickham trolley!
Weathering Collett carriages, as featured in HM121.
Hornby’s latest products are inspected in the reviews.
Our regulars are back too including Reality Check, Railway Realism, Show Guide, Showcase, Hornby Post and more.
Don’t miss it! Visit www.hornbymagazine.com or your local newsagent to get your copy today. Alternatively, you can download a digital edition from www.pocketmags.com – simply search ‘Hornby Magazine’. Check out our online issue guide by clicking on the image below:
November 2019The November issue of Hornby Magazine is out now and includes three videos and a competition to win a Hornby Southern Region suburban train in ‘OO’ gauge.
Inside this issue we bring you the latest news from Hornby, Bachmann, Revolution Trains and more in Update while our reviews feature the Dapol ’N’ gauge Class 50, Bachmann’s ‘OO’ gauge ‘J72’ 0-6-0T and Ellis Clark Trains ‘O’ gauge BR Mk 1 suburban carriages and more. Features include Richard Foot’s superb model of Redhill station, Tom Cunnington’s Minories in ‘EM’ gauge and Daniel Reitmann’s developing BR Midland Region steam layout. We also offer 30 engineering train formations, show you how to model empty wagons and explain how we used Hornby’s Twin Track Sound decoders in ‘O’ gauge diesels. All this and much more waits inside HM149. Don’t miss it!