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VIDEO: Digikeijs coach lighting with Mark Chivers

Join Hornby Magazine's Mark Chivers as he demonstrates the Digikeijs controllable digital coach lighting which he has installed in a Hornby Mk1 coach for a full feature guide in HM157.

VIDEO: Hornby sliding door MK3's

Hornby Magazine Editor Mike Wild talks through Hornby's new range of Mk 3 sliding door carriages for 'OO' gauge in this latest video.

VIDEO: Rails of Sheffield Terrier in 'OO' gauge

In the July 2020 issue of Hornby Magazine (HM157) we review Rails of Sheffield's new 'OO' gauge 'Terrier' in full. Join us now as we put it through its paces on our 'OO' gauge test track.

VIDEO: Hatton's Class A4 in 'O' gauge

Hatton's new Gresley 'A4' 4-6-2 is put through its paces on the Hornby Magazine 'O' gauge test track.

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VIDEO: Rails 'Terrier' sound installation guide

Join Hornby Magazine Editor Mike Wild as he shows us how to fit sound in the new Rails of Sheffield Terrier.

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Welcome to HM157 | July 2020

RECENT WEEKS have seen brilliant weather come to the UK, and we can all appreciate a sunny and warm day, even if we can’t go very far.

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Middleton-in-Teesdale

This ‘OO’ gauge layout depicts a rural branch line in Yorkshire in the years before the Second World War. Built by the De Havilland MRS, MIKE WORSLEY explains its genesis and construction. Photography, Trevor Jones.

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Weathering buildings

In his latest modelling tutorial TIM SHACKLETON shows how restraint and careful observation are the key to convincing weathering.

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Resignalling Twelve Trees

Hornby Magazine’s popular exhibition layout is in need of an upgrade to its signalling for future appearances. SIMON PALEY reveals how it could be resignalled with working colour lights to reflect prototype practice from the 1960s.

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Transition in the Northern Fells

Amidst the magnificent backdrop of the Lakeland Fells, the West Coast Main Line has seen a great variety of passenger and freight traffic through the years. MARK CHIVERS presents a selection of typical BR steam-era train formations from the area.