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  1. Having seen some fantastic 3-d printed models on this forum, I decided to attempt to create something of my own using this new technology, having got some fairly basic knowledge, and after gaining some advice from Ben Racey, I created this Warwell and am creating other version to suit modified examples such as Bolster B's. This is a boiler carrier so is missing the support jacks from each buffer. lessons have been learnt designing the bogies and later ones will be thicker and have better bearings, but I am happy with the results and would like to hear your views. WILD BOAR FELL
  2. Hi all, The August 2017 issue of BRM is now available to download as a Digital Edition. Apologies to anyone who downloaded the magazine on July 13th and the morning of the 14th - the issue mistakenly went live early, with a number of errors waiting to be fixed. Please re-download for the latest version. This month's Digital Edition includes extra images, extra video, a free copy of Garden Rail and live website links! As you may notice from the cover, this month's magazine is a Scenery Special, full of the best scenery advice from experts like Michael Russell, David Wright and Phil Parker. You'll also find a varied selection of top quality layouts in a number of gauges/scales - see below for a full list of what to expect in this month's magazine and on your FREE DVD (the DVD footage is included within the Digital Edition). The print copy goes on-sale on Thursday, July 20th. Enjoy. Steve ON THIS MONTH’S DVD - Johnstown Road layout - Add hedges to your layout - Simple painting techniques - A look at new Train-Tech products INSIDE OUR SCENERY SPECIAL Layouts Barmouth Junction (OO) – Leading our scenery special, take a trip along the windswept Welsh coastline in Geoff Taylor’s stunning scene. Corwenna (OO) – Phil Waterfield’s layout is an impressive depiction of the China clay drying process. St.Merryn (P4) – Picture postcards from 1950s Cornwall in an imaginative layout made by a group of modellers. The Bridge (T) – Doug Kightley’s interpretation of Forth Bridge is a masterpiece of T gauge modelling Lea Siding (G3) – Detail takes priority in this siding diorama, showing that Gauge 3 doesn’t have to be confined for the garden. Expert Advice How to correct common modelling mistakes Make a football pitch Planting telegraph poles Create a perfect British Oak Tree Paint a convincing backscene Improve a standard card kit Model a realistic boat club scene Building Big Bertha News & Reviews Read all about Dapol’s Banana Van and Oxford Rail’s Warwell wagon Reviewed: Oxford Diecast’s Janus 0-6-0 Reviewed: Hatton’s Warwell Plus… Beating Lickey Incline – the most infamous gradient on the British railway network Prototype Inspiration: Janus 0-6-0 locomotive Tail Lamp
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