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We all get older. Even Iain Rice gets older. That young whipper-snapper with radical ideas on P4 modelling and on layout design is now an elder statesman of the hobby. Fortunately he writes in just the same style as he ever … Continue reading
The new year has come around again and it’s time for this year’s ‘Model Railroad Planning’ from Kalmbach. I get this annual publication every year, and it is almost always worth a read. There are usually too many (for me) … Continue reading
Bachmann announced their 2017 (and probably well beyond) release at the weekend, and also the unfortunately much smaller number of Farish N gauge releases. I have put a few pre-orders in, for if and when they arrive. I just hope … Continue reading
A Happy New Year to all our readers! What will 2017 bring? I hope that I will get more modelling done, and have a number of projects lined up, having purchased a range of bits and pieces. I can’t see … Continue reading
I came across this blog , UK based but describing a French fine scale ‘N’ layout. And it had a very interesting post on ‘N’ gauge couplers. N-tram are the doyen of European brass models, in N-m and N. They are … Continue reading
A very interesting development from MicroTrains – the ‘True-Scale’ N-gauge coupler. The pictures below shows how good these look (photos MTL.) They also have the advantage over using ‘Z’ gauge couplers in ‘N’ that they have no springs and ‘slinky’ … Continue reading