Category: Layout Construction

Model railway layout construction

Track Laying – Ian Morton

Track Laying - Ian Morton

Track Laying by Ian Morton is the latest addition to the ‘Aspects of Modelling’ series takes the concept of constructing a model railway layout a stage further from the more introductory books in the series. Two of the first volumes…

Welcome to our railway book reviews

Hi, Model Railway Book Reviews is a site that tries to list all currently available Model Railway books and books on real railways that will be of general interest to Modellers. Where we can we give an honest opinion of…

Modelling Scenery the Kirtley way.

Modelling Scenery the Kirtley Way - Peter Smith

Modelling Scenery the Kirtley way is another first class title from Peter Smith. Peter Smith is a full time architectural model maker and a master of his craft. In Modelling Scenery the Kirtley Way he shares many of his skills…

Bridges for Modellers – L.V.Wood

Bridges for Modellers - L. V. Wood

Bridges for Modellers by L. V. Wood provides an excellent resource for modellers on the subject of bridge architecture. Bridges for Modellers is not a how to guide for building a model bridge, rather a guide to the detailed construction…

Station Colours – Peter Smith

Station Colours - Peter Smith

Station Colours; Liveries used on railway buildings explained and illustrated by Peter Smith is intended to give accurate, easy to use information for those modelling and restoring railway structures. Peter Smith’s book is basically a hard copy vesrion of his website stationcolours.info and…

Weathering Rolling Stock – Tim Shackleton

Weathering Rolling Stock - Tim Shackleton

Tim Shackleton is the recognised guru when it comes to weathering model trains. Weathering Rolling Stock, the latest volume in the excellent aspects of modelling series, reveals many of Tim’s secrets so that the average modeller can get some great…