O gauge

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Heljan’s ‘O’ gauge Class 37/4


The fleet of 31 ETH fitted Class 37/4s have had a strong following since their introduction in the mid-1980s. MIKE WILD reviews Heljan’s new 7mm scale model of this popular class which is bringing a fresh splash of colour to its range.


Routemex adds ‘O’ gauge colour light shunting signals

Routemex has added a selection of ground position colour light shunting signal kits to complement its range of ‘O’ gauge signals.

Dec'O' Presflos surface

Ellis Clark Trains (ECT) has received decorated samples of its forthcoming ‘O’ gauge 22ton Presflo cement wagons for assessment.

Limited edition ‘O’ gauge Vanwides and VEAs

Tower Models has commissioned Dapol to produce a series of limited edition models of its forthcoming ‘O' gauge BR Vanwide and VEA box vans.

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The garden presented the perfect place for STEVE BOON to develop an ‘O’ gauge railway on which he could run his collection of Western Region hydraulics. Here he reveals the story behind the line and how it was built.

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New Model Guide ‘O’ Gauge

Ready-to-run ‘O’ gauge continues to capture new interest. MIKE WILD surveys the scene to discover what is in store for 7mm scale in 2021 and beyond.

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Revolution's DRS Class 37/4

Revolution Trains is best known for its home-grown products in ‘N’ and ‘OO’ gauge, but it is testing the waters in ‘O’ gauge with the commissioning of this limited edition Class 37/4 from Heljan.

Heljan reveals ‘O’ gauge Class 56 artwork

Heljan’s new ‘O’ gauge Class 56 diesel is progressing well with the company sharing artwork for its forthcoming Type 5 at the end of March.

New LSWR four-wheel coaches for ‘O’

Mannin Models, known for its range of 7mm scale Isle of Man narrow gauge kits, has launched its first standard ‘O’ gauge models with a series of London and South Western Railway (LSWR) four-wheeled coaches.

Heljan completes ‘O’ gauge Class 26 artwork

Heljan has completed artwork for its forthcoming new ‘O’ gauge Class 26/1 Bo-Bo diesels.