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Whether you prefer steam, diesel, N-gauge or OO-gauge, RMM is full of hints, tips and railway stories, and draws upon the archive of Britain’s most authoritative railway title.
In this month’s issue, we’ve got all of this…
NICELY DONE ‘NINETY’ | Refined tooling and carefully designed electronics come together to make Bachmann’s brand new Class 90 one of its most advanced models to date, writes Nigel Burkin.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, HRCA!| The Hornby Railway Collector’s Association recently celebrated its 50th anniversary – and marked the occasion with a special weekend event at Stoneleigh Park Lodge in Warwickshire. Ann Evans brings this report, with photos by Rob Tysall.
WAS THERE ANYTHING A V2 COULDN’T DO? | Pete Kelly tells how he fell in love with No. 4771 Green Arrow on the Settle & Carlisle line 30 years ago, and why he’ll be acquiring at least one OO-scale model of these superb all-rounders for RMM’s next project layout.
BULLEID’S PIONEER DIESELS IN ‘OO’ | The Class D16/2 diesel-electric locomotives designed by Oliver Bulleid of the Southern Railway are offered as ready-to-run models by KernowModel Rail Centre.
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