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Individual Issues

Model Railway Journal 1990 Exhibition Guide, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  A guide to the famous Model Railway Journal Exhibition held at the Central Hall Westminster in November 1990. Featuring Leighton Buzzard Linslade by Peter Denny, Hardwick Grange by Frank Dyer, Charford by John Charman, Wallsea Main by Barrie Wells, Hursley by Martyn Welch, Lydham Heath by Barry Norman, North Shields by Chris Pendlenton, Inkerman Street, Tan-Y-Grisiau by Trevor Hughes, Corris by Peter Kazer, Chipping Norton by Keith Armes, Leintwardine by Iain Rice, and Dunwich by Roy Jackson, Geoff Kent and John Phillips. But was it really worth queuing for several hours on a bitterly cold November day?  £0.95

Model Railway Journal No.2, 1985, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Petherick by Barry Norman, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, A Small B&M Signal Box by Rodney Hall, A Pioneer Remembered (Sayer-Chaplin) by Don Rowland, A Great Western Pillar Tank by Paul Karau, Weathering Effects on Steel Structures by Dave Rowe, and Simple Simplex by Roy Link.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.9, 1986, pp56.  Special Enlarged Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: 4mm Finescale Grows Up by Joe Brook Smith, P4 Starter Pack, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, What the Scalefour Society has to Offer by Mike Williams, Winchester Chesil by Peter Squibb, Traversing the Brink by Bev Lowery, Alternative Trailers by Mike Jolly and Mike Clark, Butley Mills by Iain Rice, Coach Suspension Systems by Mike Trice, A Sprung Underframe by Andy Wiles, Styrene Behaviour by Dave Rowe, and Building a 7mm Scale Jinty by Peter Truman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.10, 1986, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Wicken by Trevor Nunn, Scratchbuilding No.202 by Guy Williams, Period Agriculture by Tim Watson, The 'Geordie Pug' by Iain Rice, and BR Standard Parcels Stock in 4mm by Richard Sharpe.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.13, 1987, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Scenic Art of George Iliffe Stokes by Malcolm Mitchell, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, Scratchbuilding Model Wagons Part 2 by Chris Crofts, and Upgrading Etched Coach Kits by Stephen Williams.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.16, 1987, pp40.  Very Good.  One-inch crease across the bottom front corner of the cover.  Contents include: Darenth by Richard James, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, Oxfordshire and Berkshire Farm Wagons in 4mm Scale by Chris Pilton, and Period Waterways by Alan Sibley.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.17, 1987, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Polsithney by Alan Hall, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, A Scratchbuilt Tank Wagon in 7mm Scale by Deryck Featherstone , A Kit-Built Loriot D in 7mm by John Coates, Hemlock Byte by Paul Fletcher, A GWR Station Building in 4mm Scale by Gerry Hall, Glazed Etched Coach Kits by Nick de Courtais, Auto Trailer Addenda by John Lewis and Mike Doherty, and A Churchward Mogul for 7mm Scale by Geoff Capel.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.20, 1988, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Chipping Norton by Keith Armes, Point Power by Peter Cross, Bricks & Mortar by Bob Langford, and An N2 for Widened Lines by Allan Sibley.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.21, 1988, pp56.  Special Enlarged Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: Cullicudden by Laurie Griffin, Austerity Variations by Allan Sibley, No.1 Shop, Home-Made Slow-Action Point Actuators by Ben Dickinson, Culham Goods Shed in 4mm by Bob Logan, A Shunter's Pole for 4mm by W. A. M. Barter, GWR Load Gauge, Operation of P. O. Wagons by Chris Crofts, Trewithen by Don Townsley, Single Scissor Gangways in 4mm by Mike Clark, Colonel Stephens' Ford T Railbus by Adrian Gray, Hope Mill by Martin Brent, From the Modeller's Armchair, and Refining the Exemplary by Gerry Beale.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.23, 1988, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Lambourn by Ian Harrison, No.1 Shop by Pete Wright, Rubber Sprung Wagon Buffers by W. A. M. Barter, Developments in 7mm Trackwork Part 2 by R. J. Essery, and Nemesis - The S&D 2-8-0 by Iain Rice.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.24, 1988, pp40.  VG-.  There is a half-inch tear to the bottom edge of the front cover.  Contents include: Brill - Metroland's Rural Outpost, GWR Cattle Wagon Variants by Martin Goodall, The British Hedgerow - According to Stokes by Malcolm Mitchell, LNWR 10-Ton Merchandise Wagon by Bill Hudson, GWR Dean Coaches in 7mm by Patrick Reardon, and Festiniog Railway Semaphore Disc Signals by Trevor Hughes.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.26, 1988, pp56.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Webb 'Teutonic' Class by Geoff Holt, L & Y 10 - Ton 'Breaks' by Barry Lane, Pullman Cars on the LMS by Peter Tatlow, Time Travellers and Timepieces by Nelson Twells, Tamerig Central by Graham Warburton, No.1 Shop - GWR 4,00 Gallon Tenders by R. Guy Williams, Trackwork Developments - A Postscript by Bob Essery, and The Ultra-Fine Main Line by Bill Richmond.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.27, 1988, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Life & Lessons of the Borchesters by Frank Dyer, Temples of Convenience by Geoff Dowling, Structures Worth Modelling by John Wright, Variations for Fiddle by Chris Pendlenton, LMS Main Line Reprise, and Ashover Coach in 7mm by Adrian Gray.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.28, 1989, pp40.  Very Good-.  Some creasing on the covers and at the lower corners.  Contents include: Banbury North Western by D. N. Ratcliff, GWR Dean Coaches in 7mm Part 2 by Patrick Reardon, Hal o' The Wynd - Dyna Drive Developed for 4mm Steam by Chris Pendlenton, and A Universal Paint Stand by Bob Alderman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.30, 1989, pp56.  Special Enlarged Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: Model Railway Operation Part 1 by Frank Dyer, Cabs for Modellers by John Minnis, P4 Goes Underground, Kibworth LMS by Bill Davis, No.1 Shop, A Pre-War Lineside Timber Yard, A Basic 2mm Point by Keith Armes, Bridge Street by Colin Gibbard, Arkinstall's - A Modernised Mill by Iain Rice, 4mm County Tank by Malcolm Mitchell, From the Modeller's Armchair by John Minnis, and A Narrow Gauge Ruston for 7mm by Francis Samish.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.31, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Ashburton by Chris Lamacraft, Easingwold Railway No.2 by Don Townsley, Model Railway Operation Part 2 by Frank Dyer, The Lineside Coaster by Brian Self, Building 'Russell' by Peter Booth, and Improving a Slater's P.O. Wagon by Chris Crofts.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.32, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Lambourn in 2mm by Alan Martin, Model Railway Operation Part 3 by Frank Dyer, No.1 Shop, LSWR 10-Ton Road Van in 7mm by Gerry Beale, GNR 1st/3rd Lavatory Brake by Mike Wakefield, and Structures Worth Modelling No.3 by John Wright.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.33, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Representing Pantiles by Gerry Hall, Watlingford b David Tuffs, Model Railway Operation Part 4 by Frank Dyer, On-board Track Cleaner by Pat Barnett, No.1 Shop, '395' Class in 7mm Scale by John Coates, Sleepering Differences by John Johnson, Copenhagen Fields - Strip Track, Cabs for Modellers by John Minnis, and Armchair Conifers by Paul Karau.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.34, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Gresley's Drone - The J39 by Iain Rice, Model Railway Operation Part 5 by Frank Dyer, Scratchbuilding an 0-6-0 Tender Engine in 2mm Scale by Dave Holland, Great Eastern E22 Kit in 4mm by Tony Wilson, Twenty Minute Trees by Mike Clark, and Penny Hassett by Raymond Earl.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.35, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Charford Branch by John Charman, Model Railway Operation Part 6 by Frank Dyer, Rough Grass by Paul Karau, No.1 Shop, Wickham LMS by Chris Matthewman, In Search of the 'Buckjumpers' by Iain Rice, A Brace of GNR Brakes by Roger Marsh, and Plastic Surgery on a J52 by Allan Sibley.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.36, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Inkerman Street - The Baseboards by Barry Norman, 10-Ton Coal Hopper Wagon by Bill Hudson, Perspective Modelling by Geoff Williams, Slater's 7mm Tank Wagon Kit by Deryck Featherstone, Model Railway Operation Part 7 by Frank Dyer, Talyllyn in 4mm by Francis Samish, London Tilbury & Southend Railway '69' Class 0-6-0T by Bob Essery, In Search of 'Buckjumpers' Part 2 by Iain Rice, and Structures Worth Modelling by John Wright.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.37, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Welsh Slate by Pete Wilson, Inkerman Street - The Track by Tony Wilson and Barry Norman, Resin-Cast Track Parts for 7mm by Ian Pusey, The Gas Works by Geoff Williams, Real Atmosphere, GWR Wagon Variety by Martin Goodall, Finishing Cast Wheels by Paul Berntsen, and From the Modeller's Armchair by Joe Brook Smith.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.39, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: LNWR Webb 0-6-0 Special Tank in 7mm by Geoff Holt, Woolverstone by Iain Rice, Flush-Sided Coaching Stock by Chris Pendlenton, Scale & Gauge in Proportion by Joe Brook Smith, and Inkerman Street - Ground Colour & Texture by Barry Norman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.40, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: GWR Covered Footbridge by Guy Williams, Hursley by Martyn Welch, Scratchbuilding Road Vehicles in 4mm Scale by Geoff Kent, and GWR Wagon Variety by Martin Goodall.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.41, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  There is a one-inch crease across the bottom corner of the front cover.  Contents include: Winchester Chesil Revisited by Peter Squibb, Inkerman Street - The Structures by Bob Barlow, and Scratchbuilding Road Vehicles in 4mm Scale Part 2 by Geoff Kent.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.42, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Includes the MRJ Souvenir Supplement for the Central Hall Exhibition in November 1990, pp8. Contents include: Suddenly Last Summer by Chris Pendlenton, A Mitchell Mogul in 4mm by Guy Williams, No.1 Shop, The King's Horsebox by Roger Marsh, Inkerman Street - Aspinall L&Y 2-4-2T by Geoff Holt, Inkerman Street - The Signal Box by Carl Legg, Model Railway Operation - A Postscript. by Frank Dyer.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.43, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: A Treasure House in the Garden: The Remarkable O Gauge Empire of W. S. Norris by Jack Ray, Telegraph & Electric Supply Poles by Paul Karau, Polishing a Gem by Mick Rawlings, Container Traffic by Roger Marsh, GWR Wagon Variety by Martin Goodall, and 2mm Down the Tube by Stewart Hine.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.44, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Grafton by Steve Lee, London Routemaster in 4mm by Ian Harrison, GNR(I) Goods Brake by Tony Miles, Furness Railway Covered Vans by Mike Peascod, Wortley West Junction Signal Box by John Cockcroft, No.1 Shop, and Cheap & Simple Point Control by Chris Lamacraft.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.45, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Ynysarwed Sidings by Stephen Harris, Authentic Layout Signalling by Michael Walshaw, Structures Worth Modelling by John Wright, NER Loco Coal & Salt Wagons in 4mm by Steve Barnfield, No.1 Shop, GWR Wagon Variety by Martin Goodall, Highworth by Ian Haynes, and Layout Ideas - New Basford by Mike Christensen.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.46, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Copenhagen Fields by Tim Watson, Slow-Bounce Signal Mechanism by Peter Booth, Morning Noon & Night - Layout Lighting by Dave Rowe, No.1 Shop, and Operating Buckingham by Peter Denny.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.47, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Dubbieside NBR by Alan Goodwillie, Pantiles for Pendon by Malcolm Smith, 'Perspex & Doily' Toplights in 2mm by Stewart Hine, Coldbridge Halt by Jas Millham, S Scale Historic & Challenging by Norman Pattenden, Layout Ideas by Mike Christensen, The 'Two-Bob' Airfix Mineral Improved by Bob How, and 3201 or Stella Class 2-4-0 No.3515 by Guy Williams.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.48, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Grassington & Threshfield by Stephen Ross, Rail-Built Buffer Stops by Steve Hall, Late LMS Coaches in 4mm by Mike Clark, Help for Solo Exhibitors by Bob Haskins, Manning Wardle Class I in 4mm by Steve Barnfield, Guttering in 2mm Scale by Tony Simms, Three-Point Baseboard Supports by Nick de Courtais, and Pendlebury Revisited by Bert Topping.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.49, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Pulborough LB&SCR by Terry Bendall, Dewsbury Goods Shed by Chris Perry and Graham Rayner, Layout Ideas by Mike Christensen, Late LMS Coaches in 4mm by Mike Clark, and Buntingham by Ray Hammond.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.50, 1991, pp56.  Special Enlarged Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: Chee Tor - 2mm on a Grand Scale by Mike Raithby, Class 50 Indomitable by Iain Metcalfe, No.1 Shop, Inkerman Street's Lamps by Gerry Hall, Ditchling Green by Gordon Gravett, Budget H Class in 7mm by Martin Brent, and SR Maunsell Brake Third by Peter Bradley.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.51, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Bramblewick NER by Tom Harland, The Tin Mission by Gerry Hall, Resistance Soldering by Iain Rice, Going Finescale by Andrew Lambert, and LSWR Lattice Post Signal in 7mm by Peter Squibb.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.52, 1992, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Gresley A1 in 4mm by Steve Barnfield, Plastikard Punchings by M. C. Osborne, Coal Wharves, Rolling Stock at Aylesbury by Geoff Williams, A Wantage Warehouse in 4mm by Nick de Courtais, Maristow by Bob Harper, and Complex Coach Livery in 4mm by Jol Wilkinson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.53, 1992, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Ashford-in-the-Water by Peter Rigby, Colombo by Tony Reynalds, Millwall Extension Railway Locos by Don Townsley, Gear Mounts by Martin Brent, Alnhill NER by Paul Hodgson, Point Control - With Brass Knobs On by Philip Hall, and The Planet Sweet by Francis Samish..  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.56, 1992, pp40.  Very Good.  One-inch crease across the bottom corner of the front cover.  Contents include: Port Victoria by Andrew Browne, Structures Worth Modelling No.6, No.1 Shop, Jackson Couplings Part 2 by John Langan, Norman Whitnall & Dave Booth, The Scale Optician by Alex Milne, Revamped Railcar by Allan Sibley, Confessions of a Happy Modeller by Barrie Walls, SR Loading Gauge, Mineral Wagon Variety Part 3 by Peter Totman, and Flexible Chassis for Six-Wheelers by Graham Overton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.58, 1992, pp40.  VG.  Contents include: An inspection of North Shields - Chris Pendlenton's matchless layout in full.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.60, 1993, pp40.  Very Good. Contents include: Churston by Trevor Pott, Pre-War Petrol Depots by John Cockcroft, Wheeled Locomotive Frames for Dewsbury by John Horton, Block Instruments on Buckingham by Peter Denny, GWR Fruit Vans in 4mm by Stephen Williams, Kit-Built Lattice-Post Signal in 7mm by Peter Squibb, and PR to Make Exhibitions Pay by Peter Booth.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.61, 1993, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Childs Ercal by John Bancroft, Revamping Die-Cast Road Vehicles by Gordon Gravett, The Ubiquitous 57 by Iain Rice, Pen Tor Road's Four-Holer by Stewart Hine, No.1 Shop, and Block Working with Computers by Ian Everett.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.62, 1993, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Building a Parkside BR Ply Sided Van by A. Lambert, Wanborough Camp by Eddie Bourne, Concrete PW Huts on the Lineside - And on the Move by Peter Swift, NER 10 Ton Open in 7mm by Deryck Featherstone, and The Ubiquitous 57 Part 2 by Iain Rice.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.63, 1993, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Freelance Approach by Philip Harvey, Pendon's Latest Engines by Guy Williams, Brighton Works - The Little Yellow Terrier by Gordon Gravett, and Class 47 by Monty Wells.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.66, 1993, pp40.  Very Good. Contents include: Corris by Peter Kazer, Layout Design by Barry Norman, The Best Coach Kit Yet? by Guy Williams, MRJ Project Manning Wardle F by Paul Berntsen, Wagon Loads No.2 - Heavy Metal by Martyn Welch, and Colorado - State of the Art A3 by John Hayes.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.67, 1993, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Lynchmere: by Rod Hayward, Whitemetal Open by Andrew Lambert, Wagon Loads No.3 by Martyn Welch, Ultrascale Crankpins by Guy Williams, Simple Gear Meshing by Bob Isgar, The Simplest Signal Bouncer? by Dave Doe and Vincent de Bode, MRJ Project Manning Wardle 'F' by Paul Berntsen, Great Western ROD Tenders, Layout Design by Barry Norman, and Colorado - State-of-the-Art A3 by John Hayes.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.68, 1994, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Lydham Heath by Barry Norman, Scratchbuilding Wagons in Plastic by James Snowdon, MRJ Project Manning Wardle 'F' by Paul Berntsen, Stone Walling by Bob Essery, Wagon Loads No.4 by Martyn Welch, MRJ Portfolio, Layout Design by Barry Norman, and The Clean & Wipe Car by Pete Tray.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.70, 1994, pp40.  VG.  Contents include: Cockney Modern by Steve Lee, Obituary - Tony Smith, 56XX Fusion by Paul Marshall-Potter, Layout Design by Barry Norman, MRJ Project Manning Wardle F by Paul Bernsten and Robin Arkinstall, Refining a 7mm Pannier by Gerry Beale, and Wagon Loads No.6 by Martyn Welch.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.71, 1994, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Mr Keen's Time Machine by Michael Shaw, Layout Planning by Martin Goodall, Barrow Crossings by Bob Essery, Layout Design by Barry Norman, 21-Ton Mineral Wagons by Peter Totman, Yaxbury Reincarnated by Jas Millham, and Workshop Tips by Mike Osborne.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.74, 1994, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Horses and Waggons by Gordon Gravett, Tamerig by Tony Bagwell, Three 'Castles' by Tony Reynolds, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Resistance Soldering by Jol Wilkinson, and L & Y Heavy Hauler by John Cockcroft.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.75, 1994, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: John Ahern by David Kitchiner, Back to Basics by John Cockcroft, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Ruyton Road by John Spencer, and The Writing Lamp by Roger Lycett-Smith.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.76, 1995, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Painting by an Old Master by Alan Brackenborough, Bloater Underframe by Andrew Lambert, Layout Design by Barry Norman, MRJ Portfolio, Carron Road by Nigel Bowyer, Juno by Martin Brent, Large Prairie in 4mm by John Hayes, and Soldering Moving Joints by Laurie Griffin.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.77, 1995, pp40. Tenth Anniversary Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: MMS Resistance Soldering Unit by John Hayes, Faringdon by Stephen Williams, The Tin Turtle by Martyn Welch, 24.5 Ton Mineral Wagons by Peter Totman, Layout Design by Barry Norman, GWR Cordons by John Ambler and R. Tourret, 40 Years Building Rolling Stock by Philip Millard, Fitted Freight in 7mm by Gerry Beale, and 4mm Scale Buffer Improvement by Michael Larcombe.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.78, 1995, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Tan-Y-Grisiau by Trevor Hughes, Culinary Nostalgia by Stephen Sullivan, Beddgelert by Francis Samish, LMS Wagon Miscellany by Martin Goodall, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Kiwi Control by Chris Langdon, Puffed Grass by Martyn Welch, and Rolling Mill by Philip Hall and Colin Gibbard.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.84, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Dyna-Driven Class 37 by Tim Shackleton, LMS Wagon Miscellany Part 4 by Martin Goodall, Municipal Workhorses by Gordon Gravett, Pulborough Revisited by Barry Luck, Dumb Buffered PO Lime Wagon, Layout Design by Barry Norman, MRJ Portfolio, Unfitted Freight in 7mm by Gerry Beale, Cleaning Up by Laurie Griffin, Soft Working Cradle by Bob Haskins, and Real Atmosphere.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.85, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Last Great Project by David Jenkinson, Stretching a Midland Six-Wheeler by Alan Hammond, Portfolio, The Slow Motion Picture by J. Douglas Smith, North London 4-Wheelers by Jol Wilkinson, GER E22 in 7mm by Graham Overton, Layout Design by Barry Norman, and LMS Wagon Miscellany Part 5 by Martin Goodall.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.86, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Born in the USA by Tim Watson, East Lynn by Trevor Nunn, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Telling Tales by Monty Wells, Power Car to Parcels Van by Tim Shackleton, New Kit for the Pimpled Mineral by Peter Totman, A Scale Micrometer by Sid Stubbs, The Last Great Project Part 2 by David Jenkinson, and Shortening Small Bushes by Peter Totman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.87, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Gas Works by Bob Alderman, The Wisbech Wonder by Tim Shackleton, LNER Cattle Trucks by Steve Banks, Enlarging Holes by Laurie Griffin, Born in the U.S.A. Part 2 by Tim Watson, Layout Design by Barry Norman, MRJ Portfolio, and Sheeted Open in Resin by Gerry Beale.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.88, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: RTR Pannier from N to 2mm by John Greenwood, Water Orton Station in 7mm by Bill Hudson, GNR/LNER 20-Ton Brake by John Cockcroft, Clerestory Upgrade by Trevor Pott, GWR Air Services 'Wessex' by Guy Williams, A Slice of Wensleydale by Barry Norman, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Morris Van in 4mm by Geoff Kent. and The Last Great Project Part 3 by David Jenkinson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.89, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Container Traffic in 7mm by Gerry Beale, LSWR Arc-Roofed Coaches by Chris Wesson, S-Scale in the Fells by Stan Garlick, GER Turntable by Trevor Nunn, Inversnecky & Drambuie by Tim Watson, 'H. H.' and Bert Groves and Rydes Vale by Stewart Hine, RTR Pannier from N to 2mm Part 2 by John Greenwood, and Bangers from the Black Country by Tim Shackleton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.90, 1996, pp40 with a free colour poster.  Very Good.  Contents include: Steamlined Duchess by Guy Williams, Layout Design by Barry Norman, MRJ Portfolio, Grow Your Own Rivets by J. Douglas Smith, 9F by Tim Shackleton, Soldering On by Martyn Welch, and LNWR Wooden Station Components by Jol Wilkinson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.96, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Chemical Blackening by John Hayes, Maunsell Corridor Coaches in 7mm by David Jenkinson, Robinson 'K' 2-8-0 or LNER O/4 by Guy Williams, The Gutter Press by Graham Rayner, Midland 4-4-0 Compound No. 2631 by Sid Stubbs, Soldering Whitemetal to Brass by Laurie Griffin, LNWR 40ft Cove Roof Coaches by Jol Wilkinson, and Ale Pallet Wagons in 4mm by Tim Shackleton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.97, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Atmospheric Smoke by John Dornom, The Lost Railbus by Tim Shackleton, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Romsey by Ian Wilkins and David Barker, Snips and Shears by Laurie Griffin, and Auchlin G&SWR by Ian Middleditch.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.99, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Mechanical Horses in 7mm by Gerry Beale, Baseboards for Thursford by Ray Hammond, Saxted by Ray Fricker, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Midland Six-Wheel Guard's Van by Eldred Clark, The Last Great Project Part 5 by David Jenkinson, Midland Kirtley 0-6-0 by Sid Stubbs, Finescale O Gauge Improved by Jim Snowdon, and Home-Made Transfers by Trevor Pott.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.100, 1998, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Bendy J17 by Jas Millham, St George's Hill by Ian Hopkins, Taking it Easy in O by Barry Norman, Suspension for 4mm Road Vehicles by Roger Lycett-Smith, Charford Mk II by John Charman, GNR A1 in 7mm by Steve Barnfield, and Using Piercing Saws and Cutting-Out by Laurie Griffin.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.121, 2000, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Stoke Summit by Tony Wright, 7mm Conflats by Gerry Beale, Wesleyan Chapel by Geoff Taylor, The Queen of Sheba by Tim Shackleton, LNER DIA. 5 Horse-Box by John Hayes, Midland Buffer Stops in 4mm by Mick Moore, and MRJ Workshop - Wantage Tramway No.5 Part 8 by Laurie Griffin.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.122, 2000, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Tidmeric Minerals Company by Brandon Evans, A Sauce for Semaphores Part 2 by J. Douglas Smith, Rail Profiles for the Modeller by Richard Jones, Storage from Scandinavia by Peter Kirmond, Tyne Dock Consolidation by Eddie Ford, Hawksworth Parcels by David Lane, Return to Kendal by David Jenkinson, Whistle Stop by Tim Shackleton, MRJ Workshop - Wantage Tramway No.5 Part 9 by Laurie Griffin, and LNWR 4-Plank Diagram 84 by John Hayes.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.123, 2000, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Elm Park by Nigel Bowyer, Real Atmosphere, A Winter's Landscape by Barry Norman, A Tale of Two Fordsons by Geoff Kent, 4mm Screw Couplings by John Hayes, MRJ Workshop - Wantage Tramway No.5 Part 10 by Martyn Welch, The 0-4-0 Now Approaching by Roy Birch, Let it All Hang Out by Bob Haskins, Altered Alex Jacksons by Vincent de Bode, and Templot by Peter Kirmond.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.124, 2001, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: 08 Updated by Tim Shackleton, Display Piece by Martyn Welch, Return to Kendal Part 2 by David Jenkinson, Swindonised O/4 by Guy Williams, Real Atmosphere, A Midget Motorised by Stephen Harris, GW 029 Open by John Hayes, and Sea Green by Gordon Gravett.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.125, 2001, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Roye England's Modelling Notebooks Part 1 by Stephen Williams, Designer Signals by Michael Clark, Lazy Susan by Tim Shackleton, Layout Design by Barry Norman, A Midget Motorised Part 2 by Stephen Harris, Doing the Diorama by Bob Barlow, North British with Springs by Mike Gilgannon, Tinkering with Turnouts by Roger Eaton, LMS Opens by John Hayes, and Pendon's Point Motors by Stewart Hine & Paul King.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.127, 2001, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The MRJ Interview - Alan Gibson, Roye England's Modelling Notebooks Part 3 by Stephen Williams, Churston Goods by Trevor Potts, Adams Radial Part 2 by Chris Wesson, More New 4mm Track by Peter Kirmond, A Fistful of Fivers by Tim Shackleton, Castle Rackrent by Richard Chown, and Real Atmosphere.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.133, 2002, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Standard Procedures by Tim Shackleton, New Soldering Unit by Martyn Welch, Motion Lotion by John R. H. Lythgoe, The Original 3-in-1 Oil Tanker by Pete Jary, Roye England's Modelling Notebooks Part 9 by Stephen Williams, Kilmacolm Station (LMS) by Geoff Taylor, Measurements and Scaling Drawings by Laurie Griffin, and A Brake with Tradition by Tim Shackleton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.134, 2002, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Big Decisions by Michael Brooks, Roye England's Modelling Notebooks Part 10 by Stephen Williams, Standard Procedures Part 2 by Tim Shackleton, Blast Off by Derek Malin, Blackgill Illuminations by Eddie Ford, and The MRJ Interview - David White.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.136, 2002, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Distracted by a Drummond (or Two) by John Edwards, Building a 4mm Coal and Lime Depot by Bob Hetherington, The Waste Land by Tim Shackleton, The East Lynn Saga Part 2 by Trevor Nunn, Sticky Situations by John R. H. Lythgoe, Counsel of Perfection Part 2 by Chris Gwilliam, and Cassette Yards by Michael H. Walshaw.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.137, 2000, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: In the Making: Bucks Hill by Kevin Wilson, A Barclay Bruiser by Tim Shackleton, Bath Green Park Station by Graham Hitchen, David James Johnson - A Personal Tribute, Sticky Situations - Part 2 by John R. H. Lythgoe, The East Lynn Saga Part 3 by Trevor Nunn, and The MRJ Interview - Martin Finney.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.138, 2002, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Black Five on a Budget by Tim Shackleton, The Next Phase Part 1 by Don Rowland, MRJ Portfolio, Crossing Assembly Jig by J. Douglas Smith, The Bogie Man by Tim Shackleton, Eccleston Station Cabin by Martin Nield, Authentic Colour for Modellers, and Building a 'K' Part 1 by Gordon Gravett.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.139, 2002, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: A Proper Charlie by David Lane, Real Atmosphere, Turnout Operating Units by David Booth, Through a Glass Darkly, The Next Phase Part 2 by Don Rowland, and MRJ Portfolio.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.140, 2003, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Cally Goods Yard by Tim Watson, The Impostor by Steve Hall, The MRJ Interview - Mike Watts, Real Atmosphere, Working with Alternative Plastics by Gordon Gravett, and Building a 'K' Part 2 by Gordon Gravett.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.141, 2003, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Day Return to Retford by Tim Shackleton, The Natural Look by David Lane, Not Fade Away by John Sutton, Lochgorm - The Breeding of a Highland Terrier by John Holden, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Building a 'K' Part 3 by Gordon Gravett, and 57 Varieties by Tim Shackleton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.144, 2003, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: MRJ Portfolio, Swindon Works in 7mm by John Dornom, Real Atmosphere, Rookfield's Control Panel by Jas Milham, The Wisdom of Solomon Part 2 by Norman Solomon, The Perfect Choice? by Tim Shackleton, Rolling Rolling Rolling by Tim Shackleton, and Graded Coal for Wagonload Traffic by Mick Moore,  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.145, 2003, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Saffron Street - The X-Factor by David Lane, Bodmin in Retrospect by Mike Peascod, Ahern Centenary, Blea Moor: Decisions by Peter Kirmond, Weathering Panelled Stock by Martyn Welch, and The Laird's New Brougham Arrives by Simon de Souza.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.147, 2003, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Day Return to Southwell Central by John Sutton, Two-Horse Town by Tom Mallard, Festiniog Buffet and Observation Cars by Richard Cook and Adrian Gray, Remembering the Roadrailer by Steve Knight and Tim Shackleton, and NG Sand & Gravel by Roy C. Link.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.148, 2004, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Straight 8 by Tim Shackleton, Structure Modelling in Plastic by Simon de Souza, Blea Moor: Construction by Peter Kirmond, Wickham Gangers' Trolley by Paul Jarman, Fly Like an Eagle by David Malone, and 16T Rustbuckets by Peter Johnson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.151, 2004, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: The Thursford Project by Ray Sortwell, The Science of Numbers by David Larkin, Celebrity 3F by Steve Hall, Making Tie Bars by Norman Solomon, Then with Your Third Hand by Allan Sibley, Time and Distance by Vernon Harrod, Blea Moor: The Hill by Peter Kirmond, and A Spooner Album.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.154, 2004, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Cambrian in GWR Days, Modelling Grampus Wagons in P4 by Steve Hall, Ponthafren - Change for Llanfair by Roger Lycett-Smith, Tyneside Electric by Chris Pendlenton, Egyptian Beetle by Paul Jarman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.155, 2004, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Federal Street - Pennsylvania RR in P87 by John Wright, A GWR ADC for PMT by Geoff Kent, Over the Top by Charlie Harrison, Double Vision by Philip Hall, Scratchbuilding BR Hopper Wagons in 4mm Scale by Peter Johnson, Quick P4 Conversions of RTR Wagons by Ray Hammond, and The Monster Mash by Tim Shackleton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.156, 2005, pp40.  VG.  Contents include: Lister Auto-Truck by Paul Jarman, Reproducing Silver Railtank Liveries by Paul Jarman, A Minority Scale Preserved by Richard Pope, Small-Scale Scratch Building by John Sutton, Scratchbuilding BR Hopper Wagons in 4mm Scale by Peter Johnson, Pretty in Pink by Derek Vaughan, A GWR ADC for PMT Part 2 by Geoff Kent, and How the West was Won by Tim Shackleton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.166, 2006, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Dewsbury Midland Part 2 by Geoff Taylor, Phil Taylor & Malcolm Nevitt; Pug Deluxe by Robin Whittle; Shunting with Sound by Jim Smith-Wright; As Good as it Gets by Roy C. Link; and A New Deal for 'O' Gauge by Barry Norman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.169, 2006, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Burntisland 1883 by Jim Summers and Richard Chown, Layout Design - Ilfracombe by Barry Norman, Sand Hutton Part 2 by Peter Kazer, Maunsell's Main-Line Stock by Alan Brackenborough, Thane of Fife by Chris Pendlenton, RTR Pacifics for Retford by Pete Hill, and Bucks Hill - The Scenic Elements by Kevin Wilson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.174, 2007, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: You are Approaching the Strong Country by Ralph Burrows, Round Pegs in Square Holes by Charlie Harrison, Great Western Opens by Barry Norman, Keeping the Wheels Turning by Charlie Harrison, Heavy Engineering by Tim Shackleton, and Bucks Hill - The Scenic Niceties by Kevin Wilson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.175, 2007, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: A Cuckoo among the Ravens by Chris Pendleton, Shrewsbury by Norman Solomon, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Bay-Fronted Splendour by Barry Norman, Manvers on the Mantelpiece by Simon Dunkley, and Stainmore Summit by Richard Nice.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.177, 2007, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Sid Stubbs - 70 Years in Finescale modelling, Weekday Cross: Shadows and Light by Robert Sharp, Simplicity Itself - A Postwar 3F Part 2 by Tom Mallard, Weasel Brakeys by Pete Jary, and Container Wagons in 4mm Scale by Mick Moore.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.178, 2007, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Hoath Hill Halt by Peter Bossom, Interlocking by Bruce Boldner, Guy Williams, Static Flock Grass by Peter Ross, and Using the Noch Gras-Master by Gordon Gravett.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.179, 2007, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: The Next Phase Part 4 by Don Rowland, Interlocking 2 by Phillip Taylor, Bullish about Bullant by Tim Shackleton, The Virtual Engine Shed by Tim Shackleton, and The Final Furlong by John Sutton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.181, 2008, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Sheep Pasture by Robin Whittle, Another Fine Mess by Geoff Taylor, Common Toads by John Hayes, Mike Jolly, and The Next Phase - Part 5 by Don Rowland.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.182, 2008, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: The Big Freeze by John Dornom; The Trouble with Twins by Tim Shackleton & Pete Hill; Iron Ore Hoppers Part 2 by Geoff Kent; and A Cable-Worked Incline by Robin Whittle.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.184, 2008, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: 45440 by Gerry Beale, Tired Timber & Faded Lettering by Roger Marsh, Midsummer at Midsomer Norton by Jim Allwood, Double Standards by Tim Shackleton, A Classic Commercial by Maurice Hardacre, Private Owner Sketchbook by Bill Hudson, Regulator Practices by Bob Essery and Wagon Loads in the 1930s by Mick Moore.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.185, 2008, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Pempoul by Gordon Gravett, The Groves & Rydes Vale by Nigel Cliffe, Combining the Old with the New by Tom Mallard, and MINI-MSW by Alan Whitehouse.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.186, 2008, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Operations at Broom Junction by Bob Essery, A Summer Outing for the Twins by Richard Nice, Teddy Bears' Picnic by John McCrea, Working Midland Railway Ground Signal by George Brodie, Morfa Bank Sidings by Hywel Thomas, and The 03 Project by Kier Hardy.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.187, 2008, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: A Night on Dubbieside by Allan Goodwillie, Fully Sprung Pigeon by David Lane, GWR 70ft Brake Composite in 4mm Scale by Stephen Williams, Wagon Loads in the 1930s by Mick Moore, Retro Brake by Charlie Harrison, Station Platforms on a Curve by Peter Tatlow, and a 7mm Patriot by Ian Rathbone.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.188, 2009, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Second Time Around by Peter Kazer; Cast Iron, Stone & Glass by Geoff Taylor; Because She's Worth It by Chris Pendlendon; Iron Ore Hoppers Part 3 by Geoff Kent; Coventry in 7mm by David Deere-Jones; and Towards Scale Barbed Wire by Roger Lycett-Smith.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.189, 2009, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Western Road by Mike Anson, The Forth Hotel by Don Rowland, A Simple 8750 Pannier Tank in 4mm by Tom Mallard, GWR Horsebox in 4mm by Gerry Beale, CNC Machining a Chimney by Martyn Pavier and Because She's Worth It Part 2 by Chris Pendlenton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.190, 2009, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Swaynton for Milcliffe-on-Sea by J. Douglas Smith, D-I-Y Artwork for Photo-Etching by Gordon Gravett, Clarendon by Steve Lee, Iron Ore Hoppers Part 4 by Geoff Kent, and A Brace of Crabs by Mick Moore.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.191, 2009, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Clarendon Part 2 by Steve Lee; Box Construction by Tony Sissons; Mike Gilgannon - P4 Pioneer by Jim Summers, Squaring Up to Chassis Construction by Pete Hill and Morgan Gilbert; Sayer-Chaplin Signals by Tim Shackleton; and Kirkwhelpington.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.192, 2009, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Eridge by Ralph Burrows, Bridge Over Placid Water by Gordon Gravett, Speeding Up Construction by David Lane, Welton Down by Jim Allwood, Gerry Mann by Trevor Pott, and Cyril Freezer - An Appreciation by Bob Essery & Gerry Beale.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.193, 2009, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Tickhill & Wadworth by Tony Gee, Chemical Etching for Beginners by John McCrea, Class 76 in 2mm by Alan Whitehouse, Pull the Other One by Vincent Worthington, Iron Ore Hoppers Part 5 by Geoff Kent, An Unusual GNR Somersault Signal by John Phillips, and Grainflow Polybulks by Vernon Harrod.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.194. 2009, pp40. Very Good. Contents include: LNER J11 'Pom Pom' 0-6-0 in P4 by John Sherratt, Inspiration by Don Rowland, The Final Curtain? by Peter Kirmond, Seen at the Scale7 Group AGM by Bob Essery, Finnie's Garage by Iain Robinson, 1970s Heavy Metal in South Wales by Hywel Thomas, Jackson Coupling Handbook & Turner Jigs by Chris Pendlenton, and Locomotives of Dunwich Part 2 by Roy Jackson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.195. 2009, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Christmas Parcels by Chris Pendlenton, The Impossible Dream by Bob How, Coal & Steel at Derwenthaugh by Dave Bradwell, and The MRJ Christmas Quiz by Don Rowland.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.196, 2010, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Whatever Happened to the Burford Branch by Martin Goodall, Ball Bearing Axleboxes for 7mm by Tony Reynalds, Expanded Polystyrene Buildings by Roger Merry, Airbrushes & the Art of Reviewing by Ian Rathbone, A Half-Sunken Barge by Peter Johnson, Milton Station by Geoff Taylor, and A Better Beetle by Trevor Pott.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.197, 2010, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: A Fire-Salvaged Dream by Robert Dudley-Cooke, 'Old Ratty', Former Editor's Update by Martyn Welch, Last Train from Debenham by Paul Clarke, Iron Ore Hoppers - The Covhops by Geoff Kent, The Reverend Peter Denny 1917-2009.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.203, 2010, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Demolition Job by Keir Hardy, A Derby Lightweight 2-Car DMU in P4 by Rodney Cooper, A Turntable for Ilfracombe by Martin Moss, A Sprung Bachmann A1 by Pete Hill, Modellers of Stature by Mike Peascod, Double Junction for Slattocks by Dick Petter, and Little Boxes - The H-Type Container by Geoff Kent.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.204, 2011, pp40.  VG.  Contents include: Operating Preston, Ellerton Road in 7mm, and Computer-Designed Buildings.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.207, 2011, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Whitchurch Road by Paul Bambrick, Fence Houses by Les Waters, Locomotives of Dunwich Part 3 by Roy Jackson, Aylesbury Town Engine Shed by David Lane and A Wall for Wycombe by Tim Peacock.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.211, 2011, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Penhydd Station by Geoff Forster, RTR Q1 to 2mm Finescale by Julia Adams, Three Bridges Engine Shed in 4mm by Geoff Taylor, Central Cheshire Retrospect by Don Rowland, The Alpraham Runner by Don Rowland, Hedingham Part 2 by Alan Turner, and A Quintet of BR Brake Vans by Karl Crowther.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.218, 2012, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Way Ahead - Radio Control Arrives by Don Rowland, Break-Time at Hornsey by Keir Hardy, The Schull & Skibbereen Railway in 6mm by Roger Bird, LNWR Two-Arm Ground Signal by Steve Hewitt, Brent Plus by Peter Cross, and Bradford Gloucester Square Part 3 by John Elliott.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.221, 2013, pp40.  Very Good. Contents include: Melcombe Magna in 7mm by Mike Baker, Iwata Airbrush and Compressor by Pete Flint, A Backscene for Burford Part 2 by Martin Goodall, A Porter's Hut for High Wycombe in 4mm by Tim Peacock, A Wolverhampton Wanderer by Karl Crowther, 7mm Auto Trailer Upgrade by Barry Norman, Digital Modelling by Vic Burles, Wheel Derangements Part 2 by Chris Pendlenton, and Rapid Prototyping by Lawrence Boul.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.223, 2013, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Another Sort of Riveting Tool by Keith Ettle, Handbuilt Gresley O2 in P4 by Tom Mallard, Operating Kingswear and Bodmin by Colin Nash and Peter Lund, Winning with the Jackson by Chris Pendlenton, Corris Railway No.4 - Twice! by Peter Kazer, Wallingford Cattle Pens by John Hayes, and Schull and Skibbereen Locomotive No.4S by Roger Bird.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.225, 2013, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Delicious Diesels by Jonathan Hughes, Blackgill - A Journey in P4 by Eddie Ford, The Tactile Pleasures of Pulling by Paul Willis, A Quick Start in Finescale - The Trusty Jinty by Mike Ainsworth, A W1 for Retford Part 3 by Graeme King, Small but Perfectly Formed by Mark Fielder, Using the Exactoscale Wheel System by John McAleely, and Trying it Out - The Need for Test Track by Roger Cutting.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.227, 2013, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Tucking Mill - A 2mm Scale Light Railway by Jerry Clifford, Laminated Glass by Giles Favell, It's Not All About Dirt! by Martin McDermott, Floating Scale Pointwork by David Nicolson. Under Cover by Gordon Gravett, and Nottingham Goods in 4mm by Dave Barrett.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.231, 2014, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Locomotives of Aberbeeg by Simon Thompson, A Fully Sprung Class 25 for Hebble Vale Goods by Karl Crowther, A Class 317 EMU in P4 by Jim Smith-Wright, The 2mm Finescale Diesel by Jerry Clifford, Burton Bass Canning Line by Tim Horn, and 7mm RTR Diesels by Richard Carr.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.233, 2014, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Alloa Part 2 by Steve Turnbull, Down the Line Part 1 by Stephen Williams, A Passionate Approach Part 2 by John Dornom, 2mm Finescale Shunting Plank by Stuart Moore, Large Hoarding Posters for 1951, and Fencing & Hoardings.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.235, 2014, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The North Cornwall Railway in 2FS by John Greenwood, Light Work by Gordon Gravett, Model Railway Operation by Bob Paddison, Starting in Gauge One, Scale 1/32 by Simon Castens, The Eye in the Sky by Charlotte Hill, And Now for Something Completely Different by Laurie Griffin and Quai:87 by Brian Harrap.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.237, 2015, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Model Loco Finishing by Malcolm Mitchell, Hiding the Joint by Gordon Gravett, 7mm Autotrain by Alan Brackenborough, GWR Siphon G in 4mm Scale by Gerry Beale, Manual Turnout Operation by Bob How, Modelling Complex Track Formations by Howard Bolton, and Worcester Inspirations.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.243, 2015, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: A Postcard from Culrain by Stuart Holt, Sidmouth by Richard Harper, Into the Distance by Gordon Gravett, Twin Compos by Tim Peacock, A Beginner's Turnout Kit for 2mm Scale by Mick Simpson, and A Grand Day Out by Mick Simpson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.247, 2016, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: GWR Collett 57ft Bow Enders - Fast by Gerry Beale, Hebble Vale good - Northern Grit by Karl Crowther, Derby Via Rumney by Adam Chapman, The Old Toll House by Ralph Burrows, Teak Graining using Transfers by Chris Baker, Metropolitan Junction Part 2 by Andy Avis, and Researching Cheddar by Andrew Ullyott.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.248, 2016, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Grounded Body at Bristol Barrow Road by Robin Whittle, A Britannia for Worseter by John Darch, Bourne End Bracket Signal by Peter Squibb, Kingstorre - Watching the Trains Go By by Robert Dudley-Cooke, John Hayes Appreciation, GWR ‘Multibar’ Siphon G by Gerry Beale, Etched Shorting Strips by Mark Humphrys, A Rolls-Royce Airbrush by Horace Batchelor, and Metropolitan Junction Part 3 by Andy Avis.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.249, 2016, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Build a Finescale Layout in a Weekend by Alan Whitehouse, 9F by Tony Geary, Urban Grot by Jerry Clifford, Ballyconnell Road by Stephen Moor, Coach Building in 2mm FS by John Aldrick, Churston People by Trevor Pott, Gupworthy Viaduct by David Nicholson, and Using Aerial Photographs for Layout Planning by Peter Kirmond.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.250, 2016, pp40.  Very Good-.  Contents include: Cade's Green by Iain Rice, Architectural Snippets by Simon de Souza, Ole Bill and the Bulldog by Alex Duckworth, Lakebank by Nick Salzman, The Amberley Limeworks by Peter Ross, The Survivor by Iain Rice, P4 Pre-History, John Webb by Peter Kazer, and Kitehouses by David Hawkins & Tony Sullivan.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.254, 2017, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Semley for Shaftesbury by Martin Finney, SR Queen Mary Brake Van by Philip Hall, Cattle Wagon Compendium by Gerry Beale, Anchor-Mounted Tank Wagon in 4mm Scale by Gerry Beale, A Britannia for Worseter Part 2 by John Darch, Rods for a King by Mark Humphrys, and Mount Woodville Works by Rob Milliken.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.256, 2017, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Nettlebridge Valley Railway by Neil Kinison & Steve Vaughan-Mennell, 7mm Radio-Controlled Mobile Crain by Giles Favell, Filing the Fiddly Bits by Tim Watson, Buildings in the Smaller Scales by John Birkett-Smith, Victory Parade by Chris Klein, Taff Vale Railway Steam Railmotor in EM by Graham Tierney, Coach Building in 2mm FS Part 2 by John Aldrick, RTR Southern Coaches for 2mm by Jerry Clifford, and The Satisfaction of Scratchbuilding by John Holden.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.260, 2018, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Abbey Street by Jas Millham, Touchcab by Pete Kirmond, Midland Goods Office by Richard Ellis, The New Toad E by Karl Crowther, An English Elm by Barry Norman, How to Make a Smokebox by Laurie Griffin, Improving a Pannier by Mike Baker, and Point Rodding in 2mm by Laurie Adams.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.263, 2018, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: London Road by Jol Wilkinson, A High Grade Class 25/1 by Dave Roome, Tiny Ruston by Roger Lycett-Smith, Alex Jackson's North Stafford Railway M Class by John Sherratt, A Timetable for Lowleigh by Peter Harrison, Getting the Look by Tom Mallard, and All Change at Llangunllo by Geoff Forster.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.264, 2018, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Fence Houses - The Traffic Potential by Bob Jones, Building the Roxey Planet by Tim Maddocks, Boxes Crates and Barrels by Richard Ellis, Making Working Walschaerts Valve Gear by Tim Watson, Cwm Bach by Chris Klein, and A GWR Coral Upgrade by Neil Kinison.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.267, 2018, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: See Amid the Winter's Snow, A Tram for Ipswich Docks by Barry Norman, High Wycombe Down Building by Tim Peacock, A Speedy 2FS Conversion of a Class 37 by Mick Simpson, Trains through the Trees by Stuart Holt, Rusted Steel Wagons by Martyn Welch, and Making the Most of Fiddle Yards by Geoff Forster.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.270, 2019, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Modelling of Black Lion Crossing by Geoff Kent, Underhill Road by Dave Roome, Wagon Loads through Churston 1934 by Trevor Pott, Modelling in the Days of Utility by Alex Fry, Oil Tank Wagons in 4mm by Justin Newitt, and Station Road Faringdon by Stephen Williams.  £1.50

 

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