Hornby Magazine Videos
KR Models launched its model railway business in 2018 with plans to produce a ‘OO’ gauge ready-to-run model of unique English Electric gas turbine prototype GT3, and now it’s in the Hornby Magazine office for review. MIKE WILD pays close attention to this sought-after new arrival.
Hornby has released the first of its new RailRoad Plus models for 2020 with enhanced decoration. Join us at the Hornby Magazine test track to see GBRf liveried Class 47 47749 City of Truro running on Topley Dale on a railtour to showcase its running qualities.
Hornby has released a new batch of 'OO' gauge Class 66s in the latest liveries. Arriving in the Hornby Magazine office for review is the ONE magenta liveried version of the model as 66587 As One We Can. Watch it in action on our test track here at the head of a container train.
The latest monthly Hornby Magazine Show is here! Join Mike Wild and Richard Watson for this 1hr 20min video feature showcasing the latest progress on Topley Dale's quarry scene, new announcements from Bachmann for Winter, the latest news, new arrivals and more. Watch it here...
Locoman Sounds has produced a brand new sound project for the Doehler & Haass sound decoder portfolio modelling the BR 'Britannia' 4-6-2. In the latest issue we show how to install the 8-pin version of the decoder into Hornby 'OO' gauge model together with working lamps and firebox flicker. Watched the finished model in action on our test track here.
The latest arrival for ‘OO’ gauge from Bachmann is the popular Midland Railway ‘1P’ 0-4-4T. MIKE WILD takes a closer look at this sought after new release. Plus we have two videos with this feature - one showcasing the model running on Topley Dale and a second subscriber exclusive explaining the sound fitting process for the model.
Hatton's has released the first of its new Precision Baseboards range of products, offering 4ft x 2ft baseboard kits in MDF and plywood as well as legs to support the boards. The boards have been designed to be as near as possible tool-free for assembly.
Revolution Trains (RT) has taken delivery of its eagerly awaited ‘N’ gauge KUA Nuclear Flask Carriers. Just two of these distinctive multi-bogie vehicles were built in the late 1990s for the Ministry of Defence to transport fuel for the Royal Navy’s fleet of nuclear submarines.
The ‘Britannia’ 4-6-2s were the largest fleet of ‘Pacifics’ in the BR Standard series. MIKE WILD installs a Doehler & Haass 8-pin decoder loaded with Locoman Sounds’ new ‘Britannia’ sound file in the Hornby ‘OO’ gauge model with the addition of extra lighting functions.
Rails of Sheffield and the Electric Autocar Trust invited Hornby Magazine to join them at the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Railway to see the latest sample of the Rails/Heljan 'OO' gauge model and find out more about the real vehicle. Subscribers can watch the section on the Autocar from our YouTube Hornby Magazine Show here and view exclusive images of the model.