Magazine Narrow Gauge and Industrial Review

Discussion in 'Resources' started by jc2001, 6 January 2016.

  1. Arun

    Arun Western Thunderer

    Thank you Ian -Looks interesting.

    Arun
     
  2. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

    REVIEW issue 113 is now at the printers. You have just a few days left to renew to ensure you are included in the distribution - you can check your status here. New subscribers are very welcome: REVIEW subscription - we can start your subscription from 111 or 112 and we will send you these copies direct. You can also order back issues - the contents can be found here: REVIEW index

    John
     
  3. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

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    Issue 114 has been sent to the printers and will be distributed soon. The contents are as follows:
    • Nettlebridge Evicted and Re-housed - Noel Adams tells the tale of how his 5·5mm Scale layout had to be rehoused
    • More notes on the Stronach-Dutton Road-Rail system - Further research into this fascinating topic by Stuart L Baker
    • Talyllyn Railway Pendre Crossing Gates - Detective work and modelling by Peter Kazer
    • Royal Arsenal Railway 18inch gauge 3D Printed Models - Henrik Laurell describes his approach to 3D designed and printed models
    • Avonside 0-4-0T Locomotive for the Royal Arsenal 18inch Gauge System - Makers GA scale drawing
    • Polish GLS30 diesel in 1:24 - Steve Holland describes a novel approach to modelling a locomotive
    • Dinorwic Quarry Table Incline - Stuart L Baker draws and describes a classic Slate Quarry feature
    • Building an O14 Joffre - Nick Brown builds the Mark Clark 7mm scale kit
    • The Péchot system on the Russian Front - Sarah Wright sheds new light on the use of 60cm gauge railways during World War One
    Plus the usual product and book reviews, letters and jottings.

    You've got just a few days left to renew if you haven't done so already - check your account here: Account

    John
     
    Last edited: 11 April 2018
  4. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

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    Issue 115 has been prepared and is at the printers for distribution next week. The contents are:
    • Sidi Fontana - Franck Combe builds a Moroccan diorama in OO9
    • Desert Derailment - WW1 Archive material – WD 60cm in Palestine
    • Train to Ramallah - WW1 Archive material – WD 60cm out of Jerusalem
    • Dinky Donkies of Panama - Drawings and research by Stuart L Baker
    • Dry Stone Slate Walls - How to create them in 7mm scale with David John
    • Combe Hay Mine - Colour photographs taken by Justin Edwards
    • Steam in the Forest II - Roy C Link revisits an old project in 1:48 scale
    You've just got a couple of days left to renew. You can check your subscription by logging in to your account here: narrowgaugeandindustrial.co.uk/account/login

    John, Marion & Roy
     
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  5. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

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    Issue 116 has been sent to the printers with despatch due in the next week or two. The contents are as follows:
    • Fen End Pit - The Rebuild - David Barham describes improvements to his 16mm layout
    • The Other Way Around… - More on the Road-Rail system from Jonathan Palterman
    • 7mm Scale Trees - Robin Edwards show you how to build deciduous trees
    • Die Adlershorst Waldbahn - Part 1 - Making the forest by Roy C Link
    • Kalka-Simla Articulated Locomotives - Archive material
    • Kalka-Simla Rly in Postcards - Colour postcards from the past
    • Equipment for Huffkins Mine - Modelling excellence from Stuart McPherson in 1:24 scale
    • Compressed Air Mining Locomotive - Archive material
    • Surviving the heat - Long term layout ownership with John Clutterbuck
    John
     
  6. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

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    Issue 117 is on its way to the printers for distribution later this month. The contents are as follows:
    • The Hebridean Light Railway - Tom Dauben describes his 4mm scale ‘might have been’
    • The Mating Game - Seven Years on - Working 7mm scale chopper couplers by John Clutterbuck
    • Slater’s 16mm Scale Simplex - 2 - Roy C Link completes the kit and adds DCC sound
    • Penrhyn Quarry ‘Skinner’ and its Blood Brother - Research and drawings by Stuart L Baker
    • W G Bagnall Mercedes Class - Drawings by Stuart L Baker
    • 7/8 Scale Motor-Rail G-series - James Hilton describes his large scale model
    • Motor-Rail G-series - Archive material from Alan Keef
    • A Franco-Belge (Bourdon) - Locomotive for the Panama Canal - Paul Berntsen speed-builds a 1:32 scale model
    • Plus the usual Reviews, Letters and Jottings
    Subscribers can check their status by logging in to their account here: narrowgaugeandindustrial.co.uk/account/login

    You may notice we have done quite a few updates to the website. Key changes are a new REVIEW Extras section and books and back issues can now be ordered without an account (subscriptions will still need one)

    John
     
  7. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

    REVIEW 118 is now at the printers for distribution at the end of April.

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    The contents have a bit of a 7mm focus to coincide with the 7mm NGA's 40th anniversary:

    • Editorial - Roy outlines the history of 7mm narrow gauge modelling
    • Tony’s Forest - A new O14 exhibition layout
    • Working Self-Propelled Steam Crane - Giles describes his innovative O14 working model
    • Steam Motor Coach for India - Built by Kerr, Stuart & Co. Ltd for the Gwalior Light Railway
    • Bridport & Charmouth News - Part 1 David updates readers on his 7mm scale layout
    • Nearly the Last… W G Bagnall Works No.3090 of 1956
    • Stackpole - A Gn15 photo plank by David John
    • Little Wonder - First Festiniog Fairlie, drawn by David H Smith
    • Scottish Narrow Gauge - Nigel Macmillan and the Campbeltown & Machrihanish Rly
     
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  8. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

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    REVIEW 119 is at the printers and is due for distribution at the end of July.

    The contents are:

    • Boot, R&ER, circa 1880 - Peter Kazer describes his superb 1:48 scale, 19mm gauge layout
    • Tony’s Forest 2 - Robin Edwards describes the locos and rolling stock on his O14 layout (part 1 was in REVIEW 118)
    • Make Your Own Rail Bender - Internet-inspired device described by Roy C Link
    • Portmadoc Beddgellert & South Snowdon Railway Pickering Coaches Nos. 4 & 5 - Research and scale drawings by Stuart Baker
    • 4mm Scale Alan Keef K12 Diesel Locomotive - Mark Greenwood describes how he represented it
    • Alan Keef Ltd K12 Diesel Locomotives - Description and Works List
    • Bridport & Charmouth News - Part 2 David updates readers on his 7mm scale layout
    • Plus the usual reviews, letters and jottings
     
  9. Arun

    Arun Western Thunderer

    Rather interestingly in 119 Roy has alluded to a vague possibility that some reprinting may be possible. I for one would like a copy of issue 100 which is as rare as hens' teeth.
     
  10. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

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    REVIEW 120 has gone to the printers for distribution in October. The contents are:
    • Creech Bottom - James Hilton describes his first 4mm scale NG layout
    • Rhossydd Slate Quarry Iron Slate Wagons - new research by Alan Jones & Claire Marsh
    • Bridport & Charmouth News - Part 3 David Taylor recounts a tale of two brake vans on his 7mm scale layout
    • Manning Wardle Jubilee 1897 - Drawings and Research by Stuart Baker
    • Paul Berntsen describes his scratch-built Richmond Ub in 1:34 Scale
    • Mark Greenwood discovers another Alan Keef K12 locomotive
    • Postwar Ruston & Hornsby DL Series - archive material
    • Plus the usual reviews, letters and jottings
    John
     
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  11. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

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    REVIEW 121 is now at the printers for distribution. The contents are:
    • Hulme End in O17·5 - Part 1 - Leek & Manifold 7mm scale excellence by Paul Holmes
    • Melin Dolryhd - Stuart Taylor describes his characterful 4mm scale W&L set-piece
    • Fayle’s Tramway Lewin Locomotive ‘Tiny’ - Research and scale drawings into an unusual 3ft 9ins gauge prototype by Stuart Baker
    • Bridport & Charmouth News - Part 4 - David Taylor describes his 'Foxdale' coach conversions
    • W G Bagnall - Standard Locomotive Livery Archive material
    • A Swedish Narrow-Gauge Austin 10 Draisine in O Scale - George Morris tells readers how he made his railcar model
    • Swedish Three Foot Gauge - A brief introduction by George Morris
    • Tar Boilers & Bitumen Sprayers - An unusual prototype feature
    And I should point out that Hulme End contains some Scale 7 trackwork.
     
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  12. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

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    REVIEW 122 is at the printers Lavenham Press. They are hoping to continue operations despite the ongoing crisis so hopefully it will still be distributed this week as usual, however we know postal delivery is slow at the moment.
    The contents are:
    Hulme End in O17·5 - Part 2 Further Leek & Manifold model excellence in 7mm scale 17.5mm gauge by Paul Holmes
    Early Corris Railway Passenger Trains Research with photos and scale drawing on this 2ft 3ins prototype by Dan Quine
    A 4-6-0 Hunslet for 'Behind the Front' 4mm scale, 8mm gauge WDLR model loco by Alex Duckworth with prototype photo and 4mm scale drawing by Roy C Link
    North Wales Narrow Gauge Railway Mystery Coach Prototype information and scale drawings by Stuart L Baker
    Tan-y-Bwylch Coal Drops Prototype and 7mm scale model by David John
    Make Your Own Spikes Roy C Link describes his workshop technique to get neat rail spikes
    Bridport & Charmouth News – Part 5 - Developments at Bridport Town O16.5 7mm scale 16.5mm gauge model layout by David Taylor

    Roy has also prepared an activity to do in these unprecedented times and we are offering a prize for the best entries: NG&I Activity and Competition
     
  13. adrian

    adrian Flying Squad

    I'm happy to report that my copy dropped through the letter box today, looks good on a first scan so will look forward to reading through it this evening. :thumbs:
     
  14. jc2001

    jc2001 Western Thunderer

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    Issue 123 has gone to the printers for distribution next month. The contents are:
    • Hulme End in O17.5 - Part 3 - More Leek & Manifold model excellence in 7mm scale 17.5mm gauge by Paul Holmes
    • Track for Pendre - Trevor Hughes describes how he is making the track in 1:32 scale for Towyn Pendre - Talyllyn Railway
    • Marion Steam Shovel - Paul Berntsen builds a 9mm 1:32 scale model of this USA built Model 28 steam shovel with prototype photos and Makers GA scale drawing
    • 18 Inch Gauge Deptford Diesel - Hunslet 4W prototype information, photo and 12mm scale drawings by Stuart L Baker
    • Hunslet 233hp 0-4-0 Diesel Hydraulic in 1:76 scale - A British standard gauge diesel locomotive in Canada modelled by James Hilton with prototype photos
    • A Welshpool and Llanfair Brake Van in 7mm - Ian Johnston builds a model of this classic 2ft 6ins gauge brakevan with prototype photo
    And the usual editorial, news & jottings and product reviews.
     
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  15. adrian

    adrian Flying Squad

    and it dropped through my letterbox today. On first skim it looks another quality issue, plenty of great photos to support the articles. Cheers. :thumbs: