Best of ModelRailwayEngineer 2017

best of model railways 2017I’m taking a break from writing posts on ModelRailwayEngineer until the new year to spend time with family and friends, as well as plan for 2018.

I’ll be back at the start of January with more great hints, tips, inspiring ideas and the latest products, until then here’s a round-up of the very best and most popular new articles, videos and products from ModelRailwayEngineer in 2017.

Most Popular Posts Based on Traffic

Most Popular ModelRailwayEngineer YouTube Video’s

Andys’ Picks

Here are some of my personal favourites from this year:

Most Commented On

Most Popular On Facebook

Most Popular Products

So that’s it for another year. I wish you and your loved ones a safe and Happy New Year and hope 2018 takes you closer to your dreams and the model railway you want 🙂







> A final, personal, note: I spend a huge amount of time testing, photographing, writing and researching techniques for these articles and pay for all the running costs of MRE out of my own pocket. If you found this article useful you can support me by making a donation on my fund-raising page. Thanks and happy modelling, Andy. Affiliate notice: If you plan to buy the products on this page or similiar, please use the links here. These will take you to carefully selected businesses, including Hornby, Rapid Online, Amazon, eBay, Scale Model Scenery and Element Games, through which you can buy products mentioned. These links are made under their affiliate schemes which means that although the price to you does not change I receive a small commission on the orders you place which helps me maintain this site and allows me to create more articles like this. Please see my disclaimer for more information. Thank you for your support, Andy.
One comment
  1. “Flying Scotsman” in newspaper reports is not about the locomotive, but one carriage in the SVR’s LNER teak set that may be advertised as “the Flying Scotsman train”, remembering that the loco was named after the London to Edinburgh service.

    I suspect that the loco is tucked up nice and warm in Yorkshire.

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