WELCOME HM159 | September 2020
The September 2020 issue of Hornby Magazine (HM159) is here. You can read the full issue in page-turning PDF format or as individual features re-edited to suit the digital world. Indulge in the latest layout features and exclusive online videos, browse new releases in the News and Reviews, discover the secrets of railway modelling through our step by step guides and much more.
HM159, September 2020
Some of the longest and heaviest trains on the UK network originate in the Mendip Hills of North Somerset, and provide materials for many of the country’s biggest construction projects. EVAN GREEN-HUGHES takes a look at this traffic, which has grown tremendously over the years.
In the final part of his three-part garden railway series, MIKE WILD explains how he overcame a complex return loop situation while discovering even greater flexibility could be introduced with a new piece of trackwork and Digital Command Control electronics.
BR Southern Region’s territory was far-reaching and its motive power and rolling stock were diverse from steam, diesel, electric and electro-diesel locomotives to Diesel Electric Multiple Units (DEMU) and Electric Multiple Units (EMU). We round up all the current and forthcoming ready-to-run Southern Region motive power across ‘OO’, ‘N’ and ‘O’.
Hornby has revealed LBSCR ‘Terrier’ 32635 Brighton Works in Stroudley ‘improved engine green’ as the next exclusive Hornby Collector Club model for ‘OO’ gauge. The model is only available to Hornby Collector Club members and is a follow up to soon to be released Club model of Bluebell Railway Wainwright ‘H’ 0-4-4T 263.