Review 128

Posted by John Clutterbuck on

Review 128 is now at the printers ready for distribution at the end of this month.

The contents are:

  • Weathering Heights - An industrial steam weathering masterclass by Tim Shackleton with standard gauge prototype photos
  • Andrew Barclay – Glyder - A remarkable Penryhn Quarry survivor described by Paul Jarman with prototype photos
  • Industrial Echos – The Shipyard - Arnoud Bongaards explains his novel approach to layout design using SketchUp
  • Developing Nant Gwynant – Part 1 - Richard Kynaston starts a high-tech P4 Narrow Gauge journey
  • Mole – A Unique 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive - Stuart L Baker draws and describes an elusive 1ft 11.5ins gauge locomotive with prototype photo and 16mm scale drawing
  • Corris Railway Wagons - Peter Kazer models 2ft 3ins gauge Corris wagons in their last days in 1:32 scale with 1:32 scale drawings
  • Dörentruper Sand- und Thonwerke - A remarkable 60cm gauge German electric system with prototype photos and track plan by David W Ronald & Volker Grumpe
  • Little Sally - Paul Jarman describes a little known 2ft 6ins gauge Hawthorn Leslie 0-4-0ST with prototype photos


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  • Hi John,

    I have been looking over some older reviews and I was wondering what happen to Bob Barlow’s layout Ynys Gwyntog the last I did here it was going to be part of the the reviews travelling stand, I guess until Covid 19 is at a level that everyone d feels happy about it won’t be going on show, I am not sure who now owns it.

    Thanks for any update you can give me.

    Colin Rainsbury

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