Buildings

New Overbridge and Mill for Metcalfe 

BEN CHURCH

Metcalfe have unveiled images of their forthcoming Grimy Old Mill and Overbridge kits for OO and N gauge.

BEN CHURCH
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Building a low relief backdrop

MIKE WILD

Creating a backdrop to a railway scene doesn’t have to rely on printed or painted backscenes. Mike Wild explains how the low relief scene at the back of Grosvenor Square developed.

MIKE WILD
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Making Buildings from Scratch – Part 5

MALCOLM BRIGGS

Taking all of the techniques used in his series so far, MALCOLM BRIGGS applies them to create a power house which, with adaptation, could easily find railway use.

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New Metcalfe Industrial Installations

MARK CHIVERS

Metcalfe Models is adding a series of new ‘OO’ and ‘N’ gauge Industrial buildings and structures to its range of card construction kits.

MARK CHIVERS
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Kernow Engine House 

MARK CHIVERS

Kernow Model Rail Centre’s range of exclusive West Country themed models includes these specially commissioned ‘OO’ and ‘N’ gauge Scenecraft Cornish Engine Houses.

MARK CHIVERS
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West Highland Line buildings

MARK CHIVERS

Peco has launched a collection of new ‘OO’ gauge laser-cut building kits based on structures on the West Highland Line in Scotland.

MARK CHIVERS

North Cornwall commissions for Kernow

MARK CHIVERS

Kernow Model Rail Centre (KMRC) has commissioned two new ‘OO’ gauge North Cornwall Railway buildings from Bachmann’s Scenecraft range.

MARK CHIVERS

Kernow commissions exclusive ‘OO9’ L&B buildings

MARK CHIVERS

Kernow Model Rail Centre has commissioned its first ‘OO9’ narrow gauge buildings from Bachmann’s Scenecraft range, with a Lynton & Barnstaple Railway engine shed and coaling stage platform.

MARK CHIVERS

Kernow Scenecraft Exclusives

MARK CHIVERS

Kernow Model Rail Centre has added a further selection of exclusive ‘OO’ and ‘N’ gauge Bachmann Scenecraft structures to its range of West Country inspired models.

MARK CHIVERS

7mm Wickham shed kit

MARK CHIVERS

Ellis Clark Trains (ECT) has launched its first laser-cut kit in the form of a 7mm scale Wickham Trolley shed, to coincide with the arrival of the company’s all-new ‘O' gauge ready-to-run Wickham Trolley.

MARK CHIVERS