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- Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:36 pm
- Forum: The Mess Room
- Topic: Model railway constructor magazine
- Replies: 14
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Railway Modeller continues to be one of the best, though I have been very impressed with the Hornby magazine as contrary to their title, they are very unbiassed in their reviews. There was one magazine that I used to get that really grinded with me as they seemed to assume that their readers had unl...
It's what N gauge is for. Making a lovely scene in a limited space. Yes, each scale and gauge has plus points and minus points, and we all weigh up what suits us the best. I have gone to a larger scale but ideal for shorter trains with sharp curves... But it is what works for you. :) I actually like...
I have one of those cranes and they are lovely cast metal items. The only thing I would change are the large plastic couplings, as they are overscale in comparrison to the normal metal H.Dublo couplings.
I prefer 7mm narrow gauge as for me it is the ideal size to work with. I used to be into H0e which was the European version of 009, as a decade or so ago there were no factory made models in 009 scale. Mind you, in 7mm narrow gauge I have to buy kits or scratchbuild, though in this slightly larger s...
- Sat Feb 29, 2020 11:27 am
- Forum: Members layouts
- Topic: The Shankly and Gdynia Railway
- Replies: 131
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Well done! It looks a fun layout. Nice to see those little 0-4-0 taking services. They fit nicely on nice little layouts, as do the 4 wheel coaches.
- Thu Feb 27, 2020 9:16 pm
- Forum: Layout Track & Design
- Topic: Cleaning heavily tarnished track
- Replies: 19
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If you take it easy around pointwork, use a Hornby track cleaning rubber which is thinner then Pecos version. A far more delicate track cleaning "Rubber" (Actually a foam block rather then a rubber) is from Gaugemaster, though I have personally found it not that effective for heavily tarnished track...