The latest issue of Hornby Magazine – HM144, June 2019 – is on sale now!
In this new issue we take you to the Cambrian Coast in the 1950s with Geoff Taylor’s stunning multi-level ‘OO’ gauge layout Barmouth Junction as well as sampling London Transport operations in the 1950s at Addison Park in 3mm scale and modern day main line action in Scotland at Cadham Bay in ‘OO’.
Geoff Taylor’s Barmouth Junction features in HM144.
Plus you could win a new Hornby ‘Terrier’ 0-6-0T and more in our latest competition, we bring you the latest news from Hornby, Dapol, Accurascale, deliver a full preview to the Great Central Railway Model Event on June 14-16 and more. We also have a bumper crop of brand new releases including the Minerva Manning Wardle 0-6-0ST for ‘O’ gauge, SECR ‘Birdcage’ carriages in ’N’ gauge together with new cement wagons from Accurascale and the Rail Head Treatment Train by Hatton’s.
Hatton’s RHTT wagons.
Accurascale PCA for ‘OO’.
Add to that 30 hopper train formations, a guide to making a building site, digital sound for the Hornby Crosti ‘9F’ 2-10-0 and much more and this issue is packed to the rafters with modelling content. Don’t miss it!
To get your copy of the latest issue visit the Key Publishing Shop 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:
August 2019The latest digital issue of Hornby Magazine features 156 pages of modelling content plus three videos to watch within the app. We also have an exclusive competition to win a Heljan Class 33/1 and a Kernow 4-TC combination, stunning layouts, reviews of the Hornby ‘OO’ gauge ‘A1’ 0-6-0T and Bulleid 59ft carriages plus Heljan’s new Class 37/4 for ‘O’ gauge and one of the latest Lynton and Barnstaple 2-6-2Ts for ‘OO9’ narrow gauge.
Features include a step-by-step guide to weathering Accurascale Cemflo wagons, modelling inset track, York train formations from the BR blue era as well as a guide to installing sound in the Hornby GWR 2-8-2T. Feature layouts include the outstanding 4mm scale model of Bournemouth West set in the BR era, Murton - a light railway which never leaves home modelled in ‘OO’ gauge, a compact steelworks micro layout and a first behind-the-scenes look at the magazine’s new ‘O’ gauge garden railway project. Don’t miss it!