Hornby Magazine - Issue #15 due out this week.
A brief resumé of the content:
Market Roundham - a 'OO' layout inspired by the long-closed Woodhead route, featuring steam and EM1 electric traction.
News on Bachmann's plans for a new Peppercorn A2 in 'OO' and the first picture of Hornby's new Riddles 4MT 4-6-0
News on Bachmann's new 150/1 and 150/2 DMUs and Bachmann Farish Royal Scot in 'N' and new OCA and JGA modern wagons.
A Scottish Interlude - Anthony New explores the potential of the Scottish seaside terminus including Kyle-of-Localsh and Mallaig. These are contrasted with more ambitious schemes to recreate the flavour of Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow St. Enoch's.
Inspiring Scotland - to emphasise the scenic opportunities of Anthony New's track plans, Mike Wild offers a selection of prototype pictures from the archive.
iT57 - recreating the 15 Guinea Special in 'OO'
Inside Dapol's factory - behind the scenes visit at Dapol's Wrexham factory.
Installing a Turntable - an operational PECO turntable for the MPD.
British Railways Part 4: the last 25 years - concluding the mini series on Britain's railway development, Evan Green-Hughes takes the story through the bust to boom years.
Fitting a decoder into an old analogue Hornby Class 25.
Netherall and Fletching - 1960s era Southern Region layout in 'OO' featuring steam and third-rail electrics.
Basic Electrics - Tortoise point motor installation.
How to make permanent and portable stock storage systems.
Favourite Models - Hornby Dublo Class 20.
Steam's Final Fling - back to 1968 as we commemorate the end of BR main line steam.
Reviews - including Scalecraft buildings, new 'OO' cars from Bachmann, new 'K3' ID, and a clutch of re-liveries/renumbered locos from Hornby, plus a new look for the old Farish 'N' gauge 57xx.
Bwd Udersfelde - Hornby Magazine's first foray into overseas modelling - this East German-based 'HO' layout features banked trains and an extensive MPD.
Building and adapting station canopies.
BR's might-have-been Riddles 8F 2-8-0 in 'OO'.
Railways and Roads - Alan Earnshaw with the second instalment covering the development of the British Railways road vehicle fleet following Nationalisation.