The latest issue of Hornby Magazine – HM128, February 2018 – is on sale from today and includes full coverage of Hornby’s 2018 product range including exclusive images of the first samples to be shown and full details of the new locomotives, carriages and wagons planned for the year ahead. And we have an exclusive competition to win a Hornby Class 71 and a rake of six BR Mk 1 carriages!
Plus,we have the latest model announcements from Dapol, reviews of the Dapol Class 121, the revised Oxford Rail ‘Dean Goods’ 0-6-0, Absolute Aspects new banner repeater signal, DCC Concepts new ground signals and much more.
Feature layouts are lead by Matt Wickham’s inspirational model of the Bluebell Railway’s Horsted Keynes station in preservation in ‘OO’ gauge together with Dave Westwood’s appealing Cotswold set ‘N’ gauge layout Marsh Chipping. If you follow the BR diesel era we take a trip to St Ann’s Depot with Max Fowler while we also show a selection reader layouts in the Showcase section.
The Hornby Magazine team has prepared detailed guides to upgrading the Oxford Adams ‘0415’ 4-4-2T, top tips for painting your own models, a track plan to inspire your own garage layouts and much more.
All our regulars are back too including Reality Check, Railway Realism, Staff Projects, Showcase and our fully updated Show Guide. Don’t miss it!
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From January 10 2018 Hornby Magazine readers can take advantage of an exclusive offer to save money on the latest issue of Hornby Magazine and the Hornby 2018 catalogue at participating WH Smiths and Tesco outlets as well as online through shop.keypublishing.com. Usual prices £4.50 and £8.99 – total RRP £13.99. Offer price £9.99 – saving £3.50. Offer period limited.
April 2018In the latest issue of Hornby Magazine we bring you all the latest news from across the scene, including a first look at Hornby’s streamlined ‘Princess Coronation’, new announcements from TMC and Rails, full reviews of Hatton’s Andrew Barclay 0-4-0ST, Revolution’s Pendolino and Darstaed’s BR Mk 1s for ‘OO’, ’N’ and ‘O’ gauge, respectively, and much more. <br><br>Plus we have three stunning feature layouts ranging from Stafford Railway Circle’s modern traction Whiteacres in ‘OO’ to Somerset in the 1950s and ‘60s in ‘O’ gauge, detailed guides to paint brushes, engine shed detailing and modifying industrial tank engines for better performance. We also present a mixed gauge track plan for the garage and take you behind the scenes in the Hornby Magazine workshop. <br><br>This digital issue also comes with extra videos of the Hatton’s Andrew Barclay, Darstaed Mk 1s and the sound fitted Class 56 from this issue’s digital control feature. Don’t miss it.