Scottish Region

Vandals destroy Bo’ness and Kinneil model railway

The Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway has suffered an arson and burglary attack, destroying an ‘O’ gauge model railway early on Sunday May 19. 

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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Blair Atholl towards Drumochter

For the first time in its 35 year lifetime, Blair Atholl is going to an exhibition outside Scotland when it heads to Model World LIVE on April 27/28 2024. IAN and CALLUM McCREADIE explain how Scotland’s finest Highland Main Line layout was built and what the future holds.

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Scottish Evolution

In this 57th volume of Britain’s Railway Series, Ian Lothian turns his attention to the railways of central Scotland showing how they, the landscape, motive power and usage have changed over the last 40 years.

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Dalziel North

The atmosphere around a Scottish freight terminal in the early 2000s inspired RODDY NEWBIGGING and friends to create this detailed pastiche of the early privatised railway in North Lanarkshire.Photography, Jonathan Newton

Rapido ‘Jones Goods’ gains colour

Rapido Trains has revealed decorated samples of its forthcoming Highland Railway ‘Jones Goods 4-6-0 for ‘OO’ gauge.

Rapido reveals Caledonian Railway vans for ‘OO’

Rapido Trains UK has announced that they will be producing the Caledonian Railway Diagram 67 (Dia.67) van for ‘OO’ gauge.

Model Rail Scotland 2024 Preview

Scotland’s premier model railway exhibition returns to the Scottish Event Campus in Glasgow this February. MARK CHIVERS casts a glance at some of the highlights of this year’s show.

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Crianlarich - Scotland in 'N' gauge

This well-known West Highland Line junction was Renfrewshire Model Railway Club’s exhibition mainstay for many years. KEITH BATHGATE explains its fortuitous start and plans for a successor.

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Based on a projected but never built railway in the Highlands of Scotland, NICK SKELTON captures the atmosphere and essence of the 1980s in ‘OO’. Watch our trailer video below and sign in or sign-up to read the full feature and watch the entire exclusive video.