Category: Newly Published

New or forthcoming model railwar or model railroad books

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…

Rail Atlas 1939-1945

Rail Atlas 1939-1945

Rail Atlas 1939-1945 is designed to provide a guide to the impact of the Second World War on the railway industry, illustrating the evolution of the railway network during these years. The various lines are differentiated between those that had…

Speedlink – Paul Shannon

Speedlink - Paul shannon

Speedlink by freight traffic expert Paul Shannon is a pictorial history of the background to the service, its development and operation before 1991, and an overview of the survival of wagon-load freight since Speedlink ceased operation. Gloriously illustrated throughout by…

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…

LNER Passenger Trains & Formations 1923-67

LNER Passenger Trains & Formations 1923-68 - Steve Banks & Clive Carter

Steve Banks and Clive Carter have created a new must have book for the LNER enthusiast. LNER Passenger trains and formations 1923-67 gives a comprehensive guide to the principal services of the LNER and BR Eastern and North Eastern regions,…

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…