Relive the glory days of the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway’s southern terminus with a spectacular model of Bournemouth West in ‘OO’ gauge and go behind the scenes in the magazine team’s garden to get an exclusive look at our new ‘O’ gauge garden railway project in the latest issue.
HM146, August 2019, is on sale from today (July 4) offering 156 pages of modelling content. Highlights include an exclusive competition to win a Heljan Class 33/1 and Kernow Model Rail Centre 4-TC in matching late 1960s period liveries, first reviews of the Hornby Stroudley ‘A1’ 0-6-0T and Bulleid 59ft carriages for ‘OO’ gauge plus Heljan’s new ‘O’ gauge Class 37/4.
Features include a pre-nationalisation light railway and colliery plus a 1990s steelworks with a working tippler in ‘OO’ gauge together with step by step guides to weathering Accurascale Cemflo cement tankers, installing digital sound in a Hornby GWR 2-8-2T and making inset track in simple steps. Plus we profile York’s passenger and freight operations bet 1975 and 1985 in our latest Train Formations feature.
All this as well as our regulars including Reality Check focusing on the Stroudley ‘Terriers’, Railway Realism recounting York’s history including an aerial image of the station in 1921, our fully updated Show Guide events listing and much more. Don’t miss it!