Category: Layout Construction

Model railway layout construction

Railway Modelling The Realistic Way – Iain Rice

Railway Modelling The Realistic Way - Iain Rice

“Railway Modelling The Realistic Way” by Iain Rice is the best all round railway modelling book published for many years.  It is a beautifully illustrated, 352-page, ‘reader friendly’ guide to the complexities, sophistication, and excitement of every aspect of railway…

Scratch Built Buildings – Paul Bason

Scratch Built Buildings - Paul Bason

If you are taking their first steps towards making your own model buildings Scratch Built Buildings from Paul Bason will be very informative. The book has easy to follow, step by step instructions that are well illustrated with pictures. There are…

Lineside Buildings – Paul Bason

Lineside Buildings - Paul Bason

Lineside Buildings by Paul Bason is part of the British Railway Modelling series of books and is generally a good primer to the model buildings commonly used by railway modellers. The book has a few drawbacks and needs updating, the…

Road Vehicles for Model Railways – Ian Morton

Road Vehicles for Model Railways - Ian Morton

Road Vehicles for Model Railways by Ian Morton is the third title in the”Aspects of Modelling” series and deals with rarely covered subject matter well. Ian Morton provides useful information about scale, relevance, operation and much more. The book offers railway…

Scenery – J Hobden

Scenery - J Hobden - Aspects of Modelling

Scenery by J Hobden in the ‘Aspects of Modelling’ series will give modellers of all abilities, and particularly beginners, all the necessary skills and abilities to perfect one of the most important and satisfying aspects of a model railway layout,…

Lineside Buildings – Nigel Digby

Lineside Buildings - Nigel Digby - Aspects of Modelling

Following on from Scenery this volume in the ‘Aspects of Modelling’ series looks deeper into the  railway infrastructure and outlines Lineside buildings. Nigel Digby uncovers step by step instructions on the construction of some of the lineside buildings which feature…