Railway Magazine Guide to Modelling has a mission to enthuse modellers of all ages and abilities, and help them get more from this fantastic hobby.
Whether you prefer steam, diesel, N-gauge or OO-gauge, RMM is full of hints, tips and railway stories, and draws upon the archive of Britain’s most authoritative railway title.
In this month’s issue, we’ve got all of this…
DRUMMOND 4-4-0 | Nigel Burkin reviews the latest all-metal OO-gauge model to emerge from OO Works – that of Dugald Drummond’s K10 Class 4-4-0 mixed traffic locomotive built for the London and South Western Railway.
MODELLING THE LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY | Ken Carter, of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society, brings this potted history of the society and the railway itself.
TECH TALK: FITTING THE HORNBY HST WITH TTS SOUND| We show you how to equip Hornby’s OO-gauge celebrity GWR HST power car models with TTS sound.
LANGLEY MODELS | Firing the imagination for more than 50 years.
EVERYTHING BUT THE WHEEZE| Gathering together the model locomotives and rolling stock for the first phase of RMM’s forthcoming OO-scale project, Pete Kelly looks on as one of TMC’s weathering specialists gives an unnaturally pristine G2a 0-8-0 a much more realistic workaday appearance.
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