Review 127

Posted by John Clutterbuck on

REVIEW 127 is at the printers for distribution at the end of this month. 

The contents are:

  • Gweithdy Dyffryn - Derek Harris models stub pointwork in O14 with prototype photos by Sydney A Leleux
  • 32mm Gauge Portable Track - Ian Holmes describes his technique for modelling pressed-steel sleepers in 7/8ths scale with prototype photos
  • Multi-Gauge Test Track - Sydney A Leleux describes his early 7mm scale model of an unusual prototype
  • Adding bolthead details to a completed model - Adrian Garner provides a finishing touch to his 7mm monorail loco
  • More Sunday Best - St John's Chapel Lead Mine Tramway - Tim Shackleton finds another snapshot in time with prototype photos
  • Festiniog Railway Carriage Truck - Stuart L Baker draws one of the FR's more eccentric vehicles with prototype photo and scale drawing
  • Modelling 3ft Gauge in 7mm Scale - Peter J Page considers the practicalities of O21
  • Where The Green Grass Grows - Scenic trackwork inspiration by John Clutterbuck with prototype photos
  • London Brick Company - Nutty - Prototype photos of the unusual Sentinel 0-4-0 from the camera of Paul Myatt

And the usual editorial, letters and product reviews.

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