'N' gauge model reviews
Humbrol sanding pads
Recently added to the Humbrol range of tools and modelling materials are these new flexible sanding pads.JONATHAN NEWTON
Laser-cut lamp huts
Recent additions to the Scale Model Scenery range of laser-cut detailing accessories includes these 4mm scale Great Western Railway (GWR) and London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) lamp huts.JONATHAN NEWTON
Dylington Custard ‘ghost signs’
Scale Model Scenery’s range of model railway detailing accessories includes a selection of ‘ghost signs’, intended for applying to the sides of old buildings to represent a long-gone business, including this pack advertising Dylington Custard.JONATHAN NEWTON
Rapido’s Conflat P for ‘N’ gauge
New for ‘N’ gauge is Rapido Trains’ model of the Conflat P – a wagon type synonymous with the ‘Condor’ container train of the 1960s. MIKE WILD reveals all.MIKE WILD
‘N’ gauge Co-Bo from Rapido Trains
Rapido Trains UK has released its first ready-to-run ‘N’ gauge powered locomotive modelling the characterful but spectacularly unreliable Co-Bo diesels. MIKE WILD casts his eye over this new arrival.MIKE WILD
Peco’s ‘N’ gauge next generation seven-plank opens
New from Peco are these freshly-tooled ‘N’ gauge seven-plank open wagons.MARK CHIVERS
Scale Model Scenery Goathland gates
Scale Model Scenery has added packs of 2mm and 4mm scale laser-cut crossing or yard gates to its range.
New Sankey signs for O’, ‘OO’ and ‘N’ gauge
Sankey Scenics has bolstered its extensive range of model railway signage with a new pack of contemporary trackside signage, as well as an updated pack of its earlier assorted trackside signs.
Hornby track symbols return
HORNBY’S VENERABLE ¼ scale track planning symbols make a welcome return to the range.
Graham Farish Class 769 BiMU
Bachmann’s newly-tooled ‘N’ gauge Class 769 four-car Bi-mode Multiple Unit (BiMU) is here. MARK CHIVERS takes a closer look at this latest release from the Graham Farish range.