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‘N’ Gauge Heavy Metal Part One

Weathering in the smaller scales hasn’t always received the attention it deserves. TIM SHACKLETON tries different approaches as he weathers a selection of big freight locomotives in 2mm scale.

Dapol plans new run of MJAs for 'N' and 'OO'

Dapol has unveiled plans to manufacture further batches of its popular MJA bogie box wagons for ‘N’ and ‘OO’ gauge.

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HEAVY METAL PART TWO

Less is usually more when it comes to creating effective weathering effects in the smaller scales. Having gone for broke with a battle-scarred ‘WD’, TIM SHACKLETON opts for the subtle approach with a further selection of heavy freight locomotives.

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New Model Guide ‘N’ Gauge

Many ‘N’ gauge projects are set to be completed this year. MARK CHIVERS looks at what is in prospect for the ‘N’ gauge modeller.

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STANLEY JUNCTION

This famous Scottish location has been modelled before closures and rationalisation took place by the East Kilbride Model Railway Club. BILL CAMPBELL describes how this attractive ‘N’ gauge layout was built, and how it operates.

Rails Connect Point Motors

Rails of Sheffield is adding a pair of all-new point motors to its growing collection of Rails Connect branded accessories.

Burslem exclusives for Hobby Goblin 

The Hobby Goblin of Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent has commissioned Dapol to produce three exclusive seven-plank private owner coal wagons, covering all three main scales, in Sneyd of Burslem colours.

GB Railfreight Class 60 named Graham Farish

GB Railfreight (GBRf) has named Class 60 60002 Graham Farish – 50th Anniversary 1970-2020 to celebrate the company’s association with British outline ‘N’ gauge over the past 50 years.

Kato Class 800 IET for 'N' takes shape

Gaugemaster has shared images of development work on Kato's forthcoming 'N' gauge (1:148) Class 800 five-car InterCity Express Train (IET).

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EFE Rail 'Shark' ballast plough

EFE Rail's all-new ‘N’ gauge BR 20ton ‘Shark’ ballast plough brake van arrived with retailers in early February. In this review we take a detailed look at a 'Dutch' grey and yellow liveried version.