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£35 Model Railway In A Box Update

cliff face
I've failed and it's bitterly frustrating. [...]

£35 Model Railway Update: Building the buildings and cliff face

project update £35 model railway
It's been a while, too long, but here's an update on my £35 model railway challenge project. [...]

So the scenery starts: £35 project update

dock £35 model railway
Since my last update, things have developed with the project; the dock has water; dock side & walls have been made and the track laid. [...]

Electrics, an update on the £35 Model Railway Project

diy model railway controller track wiring
The electrics: A gamble that worked but I'm behind schedule. [...]

The £35 model railway challenge: project history

In the summer of 2017, I set myself a challenge to see if a model railway could be built for £35.   [...]

Railways in a box, the £35 project update

Making A Model Railway In A Box
More haste, less speed. [...]

Can it really be done? Project Update

It seemed like a good idea... But then reality came knocking. [...]

The £35 model railway challenge

Can a working model railway be built for £35?  I'm going to try and I'll give £100 to charity if I fail. [...]

Walk Through – How I Created This Scene: scenery, track & viaducts – and Layout Progress

model railway n gauge
My N gauge model railway continues with another hill scene diorama nearly completed. Here's a quick walkthrough of how this was done and other recent [...]

Third Rail Tips

Building a modern era electric track layout? Wondering about that third rail? Here are a few tips to get you started. [...]

Progress update: Wandle Valley Railway

It's all go for my new layout, the shed is sorted; baseboards are down and the ayout design complete. The track plan however... That's another story. [...]

What is EM Gauge track and why I’m using it on my new layout

If you read my last post and were intrigued by the reference to EM gauge or have been thinking about moving from OO to EM gauge this is for you. [...]

Announcement

An apology, time for something new and a bit of the old. [...]

Layout Progress update: hills, inclines and tunnels

Rich verdant hills tower over the river valley below. Mine workings perch on rocky outcrops as tired railway lines sneak their way up through tunnels and [...]

Cry me a river – layout update

It's been a while since my last update on the layout so a quick progress report. [...]

Little England or how to model a large area in a small space

If you've been following this blog  you'll know I'm working on a big new layout. But creating England, from Margate to Penzance, in miniature is anything but [...]

Great South Railway – Go Go Go

This is most exciting, important and frankly insane moments in the four years I've been writing Model Railway Engineer. [...]

The Beginnings Of A Cornish Tin Mine: Landreath Model Railway – Update

At long last I've got around to starting on the foam board scratch-build of my Tin-mine engine house. [...]

Landreath – Model Railway Update

It's been a struggle but I finally have enough field and documentary research for my Cornish mine and have started on the model construction. [...]

St Blazey Model Railway Prototype Pictures – Close Ups

I spent the early May bank holiday week in Cornwall and not being one to miss an opportunity I sneaked off to do some more research on the railway at St Blazey [...]
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