Exclusive first reviews of Hornby’s new Stanier ‘Duchess’ 4-6-2 and Kernow Model Rail Centre’s Bulleid 1-Co-Co-1 diesel headline the latest issue of Hornby Magazine along with an competition to win a new ‘Duchess’ together with a ‘Royal Scot’ and a collection of buildings from the Skaledale collection.
Plus, this issue has an Engine Shed theme with our three feature layouts focusing on motive power depots together with inspirational track plans designed by the Hornby Magazine team. Chief amongst these are 45C Westlands – a busy steam shed which includes a roundhouse with a fully working turntable in ‘OO’, Steve Pike’s Seven Ash modelling the final year’s of hydraulics with inspiration from Old Oak Common and Peter Griffith’s expanded early 2000s era modern diesel depot Crimson Road, also in ‘OO’.
Add to this the latest new from around the scene, full reviews for Kernow’s LSWR ‘Gate stock’ in ‘OO’, Minerva’s ‘8750’ 0-6-0PT and Heljan’s Class 05 0-6-0 for ‘O’ gauge plus the Graham Farish Class 40 in ’N’ and there is something for everyone. We also show how to install Train-Tech working level crossing lights, how to add custom sound to Golden Valley Hobbies ‘Janus’ 0-6-0 and offer our top tips for reviving goods wagons. Don’t miss it!
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