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VIDEO: Bachmann 2-HAP EMU for 'OO'

Bachmann's new 'OO' gauge model of the Class 414 2-HAP EMU arrived in the Hornby Magazine office for review and you read our full verdict in the November 2020 issue (HM161). Join us here to see the sample in action on our test track.

VIDEO: Cavalex Models BBA

Cavalex Models has released its second 'OO' gauge ready-to-run model - the BBA steel flat. Watch a selection of samples in action on our test track here and read the full review in HM161 - on sale now.

VIDEO: IRM 42ft container flats

In the latest issue of Hornby Magazine we feature Irish Railways Model's new 42ft container flats for 'OO' gauge in the reviews. Join us here to see a selection of wagons in action on the Hornby Magazine test track running behind a Murphy Models 071.

VIDEO: Isinglass Model's 'Quad-Art' carriages

In the latest issue of Hornby Magazine we show how to build Isinglass Models LNER all-third 'Quad-Art' articulated carriages for 'OO'. Join Mike Wild in this video to watch them running on our test track.

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French aircraft armaments are garnering attention from aftermarket accessory producers, such as this pair of Matra R.530 air-to-air weapons from Eduard's Brassin range.

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Following sweeping reviews of air-to-air missile usage in the late 1960s, the US Navy introduced improved versions of the standard AIM-9 Sidewinder, and the resulting AIM-9G/H versions are the subject of Eduard's Brassin set.

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Eduard has added a set of eight 1/72 AGM-114 Hellfire Air-Ground Missiles to its Brassin range, complete with a set of hardpoints capable of carrying four weapons each.

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This set of landing flaps from Eduard's Brassin range is designed to replace the styrene representation of the trailing edge parts on the firm's 1/48 Messerschmitt Bf 109F kits.

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While Eduard's 1/48 Spitfires are superb, one aspect that can be challenging is constructing the two-part upper engine cowling without an unsightly seam - hence this one piece-section, intended to replace that sub-assembly on the firm's Mk.XVI kits is an ideal solution.

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Modellers with the Kittyhawk Mk.Ia version of Special Hobby's 1/72 Curtiss P-40 kits can add deployed landing flaps courtesy of this Eduard phot-etched brass set.