Hornby Magazine Yearbook No 1, published November 2008, was a huge success, was instantly in high demand and sold out within weeks of publication. The Hornby Magazine Yearbook No 2 follows a similar format combining practical features with a wide range of modelling skills.Mike Wild, editor of Hornby Magazine has compiled a selection of new material to complement the magazine, making this an attractive end-of-year purchase for all modellers. A key feature is readers favourite layout ‘Treneglos’ based on the ‘Withered Arm’ of the Southern Railway in deepest South West England. Also featured is ‘Bay Street’, the full story of the Hornby Magazine project layout.
The yearbook is superbly illustrated and it is these that are vital to the success of the book. This new edition, like the previous Hornby Magazine Yearbook is packed full of high quality photographs, plans, and layouts to illustrate the practical nature of many of the features. . The features will inform and guide and include how-to features, fantastic images of the best layouts, modelling tips, articles about the history of the railways etc appropriate for all the popular scales.
This book really is packed full of good stuff; all new articles unlike the first volume – thanks for taking notice of customer feedback Ian Allan / HM team. The usual mix of layout features, ‘how to’ type articles and protype info. as per the monthly magazine, with excellent photgraphy from Mike Wild, Chris Nevard et al.