2021 looks set to be the year of the carriage for ‘O’ gauge with new collections due to cover LNER and BR designs from three different manufacturers. Hattons Model Railways has set the ball rolling with its trio of Gresley 61ft 6in corridor coaches. MIKE WILD takes a closer look.
In the latest issue of Hornby Magazine we demonstrate how to install digital sound into Hattons Model Railways 'OO' gauge model of the Class 66 using an ESU LokSound V5 decoder with Legomanbiffo's bespoke sound for the Co-Co diesel. Join us now as Mike Wild demonstrates its sound functions on our test track.
The votes have been counted and we can now reveal the winners of the annual Hornby Magazine Model Railway Awards. With the highest level of voting so far, MIKE WILD presents the awards for 2020, as selected by Hornby Magazine readers.
The Hattons ‘OO’ gauge Class 66 has an impressive specification, and DC Kits’ Legomanbiffo has created an equally high value sound decoder specifically for the model. MIKE WILD installs an ESU LokSound V5 decoder into the Hattons model together with stay alive and a ‘rail rumble’ speaker.