N gauge

Alston station in N gauge

The design brief for this 'N' gauge model railway layout was that it should be on one board that could fit in the back of a car and be interesting to run. Alston modelled in 'N' gauge is the result.

New layouts join the Great Electric Train Show

The next five layouts have been revealed for the 2024 Great Electric Train Show encompassing ‘N’, ‘OO9’ and ‘OO’ gauge modelling. Check out the latest additions here and book your discount advance tickets.

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Strathclyde 101 Exclusive

Bachmann’s Collectors Club provides an ideal opportunity to offer something different to its members. For ‘N’ gauge modellers, this includes a three-car Class 101 DMU in Strathclyde PTE colours, as MARK CHIVERS discovers.

Model World LIVE 2024 – Review

On the weekend of April 27/28 2024 Key Publishing’s Model World LIVE exhibition debuted at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. Hornby Magazine presents a selection of photographic highlights from the weekend.

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Alston in 'N' gauge

This classic branch line terminus is the subject of PETER BROWN’s ‘N’ gauge layout, bringing to life a distinctive location which is now the headquarters of the South Tynedale Railway - and you can see the layout at the 2024 Great Electric Train Show.

Newvaddon Parkway - Cornish railways in 'N'

Redruth Model Railway Club set out to model the privatisation era in Cornwall with inspiration from Newport, Totnes and local branch lines. See it at the 2024 Great Electric Train Show on October 12/13.

New ‘N’ gauge Class 143 and 144 ‘Pacers’ from Dapol

Dapol is to produce all-new ‘N’ gauge models of the Class 143 and 144 Diesel Multiple Units – more commonly known as ‘Pacers’.

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Bachmann Collectors Club 08818

A GBRf ‘gronk’ is amongst the latest Bachmann exclusives. MARK CHIVERS checks whether its pulling power matches its looks.

Revolution PCA gets green light

Revolution Trains’ proposed PCA alumina tank wagons for ‘N’ gauge will go ahead following a successful expressions of interest campaign following the launch of ‘OO’ gauge versions reviewed in HM202.

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Class 59 Revolution

The General Motors Class 59 Co-Co diesels were a revolution in freight haulage on the British railway network on arrival, but can Revolution Trains do the same for ‘N’ gauge with its all-new model of the design? MIKE WILD finds out.