July 2022 vol 73 No.861

452 Lisworth Bay Railway of the Month Seasoned N gauge modeller John Spence describes his latest layout, a modular Southern Region branch terminus for exhibition and home use.

460 Talking Points Following the launch by Peco of products for British 1:120 scale, editor Steve Flint highlights the potential benefits that this range could provide for modellers.

464 Making a start in 1:120 Plan of the Month Two layout plans utilising Peco’s new range of TT:120 items – including a new take on the classic GWR branch line terminus of Ashburton.

466 GWR 2251 class 0-6-0 Scale Drawings C B Collett’s versatile replacement for the ‘Dean Goods’ is drawn in 1:120 scale, while Toby Jennings researches the history of the class.

468 Down the rabbit hole in OO9 David Dawson revived the classic ‘rabbit warren’ format for his Welsh slate quarry layout – to provide a home for Bachmann’s forthcoming Hunslet 0-4-0ST.

471 Deganwy Merfyn Jones tells how Colwyn Model Railway Club refreshed and upgraded their locally-based BR steam era layout for a return to the exhibition circuit.

476 Making Tracks to Chester During the summer of 2021, Chester Cathedral hosted a West Coast Main Line layout built by Pete Waterman and his team. Steve Flint and Craig Tiley preview the new layout which will be on display in the cathedral this year.

480 Abbots Morton Paul Fogg describes his compact OO gauge BR steam era layout, based on a might-have-been branch off the Redditch-Evesham line.

485 Kit-bashing a parcels depot John Treays combined Ratio and Wills kits to produce a building with its own individual character in 4mm scale.

488 Settrington The chance discovery of a long-closed North Eastern Railway station inspired Kevin Smith to recreate it in N gauge, with some ingenious working features.

492 The road to Listowel Dr Rudi Newman’s diorama of the remarkable steam- worked monorail line in Ireland, the Listowel & Ballybunion Railway.