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Weathering for Railway Modellers

by George Dent Crowood (July 23, 2018)

Weathering is not just about making something look dirty. Rather, it should be seen as an artistic endeavour, with the aim of making a model appear as lifelike as possible. It also helps to blend a range of...


Modelling the East Coast Main Line in the British Railways Era

by Tony Wright Crowood (June 30, 2017)

Modelling the East Coast Main Line in the British Railways Era follows the construction of an East Coast Main Line layout in 00 gauge, based on the Little Bytham prototype. Little Bytham, nestled in rural Lincolnshire,...


Modelling Tunnels, Embankments, Walls and Fences for Model Railways

by David Tisdale Crowood (August 31, 2017)

Whether in a rural or urban setting, the addition of railway infrastructure can transform a train set into a railway layout. Modelling Tunnels, Embankments, Walls and Fences for Model Railways demonstrates how...


Modelling Heavy Industry: A Guide for Railway Modellers

by Arthur Ormrod Crowood (September 30, 2017)

Railway layouts often depict a branch line in a rural or urban setting, with the majority of locomotive models available representing passenger trains. However, increasingly, ready-to-run models of industrial...


Weathering for Railway Modellers: Volume 1 - Locomotives and Rolling Stock

by George Dent Crowood (July 24, 2017)

Once seen as a niche practice, the craft of weathering has now become firmly rooted in the railway modelling mainstream. Not simply a means of rendering models in layers of dirty paint, weathering involves a...


Modelling Signal Boxes for Railway Layouts

by Terry Booker Crowood (April 03, 2017)

It is hard to imagine a model railway layout without a signal box somewhere along the line. They were, after all, the most numerous of the steam-era buildings, and some were almost as old as the railways themselves,...


Modelling Railways in 0 Gauge

by John Emerson Crowood (December 21, 2016)

1 gauge (scale 7mm to the foot) is the 'senior scale' and it has existed for almost as long as the hobby of railway modelling itself. With the advent of high-quality ready-to-run 0 gauge locomotives and rolling...


Laser Cutting and 3-D Printing for Railway Modellers

by Bob Gledhill Crowood (November 30, 2016)

Although most people have heard of laser-cut and 3-D printed model railway parts and kits, most modellers have little knowledge or experience of them. This fascinating and well-illustrated book describes in...