This rural Great Western Railway branch line models a characterful through station in 7mm scale using the latest ready-to-run locomotives and rolling stock from Dapol and Heljan as well as kit built wagons. Presented by Mike Hickling and Dan Evason this wonderful models brings back the peace and tranquility of the 1930s.
The Class 57 is an important part of the modern railway scene and one stands out from the crowd – 57307 Lady Penelope in its Cable Thieves-branded DRS livery. MIKE WILD and RICHARD WATSON discuss this Bachmann Collectors Club limited edition after it's sound installation.
Sixty years ago, the first of British Rail’s (BR) Type 4 diesel-hydraulic C-C ‘Western’ Class locomotives rolled off the production line at Swindon Works. MARK CHIVERS looks back at some of the models of these distinctive diesel-hydraulics through the years in ‘N’, ‘OO’ and ‘O’ gauge.
In the latest issue of Hornby Magazine (HM170) we review TMC's latest exclusive ready-to-run 'OO' gauge model - the BR 24.5ton mineral wagon. In this video feature Mark and Mike meet in the workshop to discuss this new arrival.MIKE WILD and MARK CHIVERS
The latest purple and white colour scheme to be applied to East Midlands Railway rolling stock caught the eye of JOHN PILGRIM, who set about repainting a Lima Class 156 and Hornby HST power car in this bang up-to-date livery. He explains all in this step by step guide.JOHN PILGRIM
The latest edition of the Hornby Magazine Show is available for all to watch now. This month we have a Garden Railway Special to launch Garden Railway Week on KeyModelWorld. Plus subscribers can check our exclusive behind the scenes images in our Premium version of the Hornby Magazine Show.