Modelling Goods Trains, Goods Sheds and Yards in the Steam Era
|PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION):||02/11/2015|
|INSIDE:||245 colour and b&w photographs|
This wide-ranging book, written by an experienced railway modeller, demonstrates how, with a little patience, you can produce accurate and realistic models of goods trains, sheds and yards. It presents detailed step-by-step projects and covers basic card-kit building, 'kit bashing' and scratch building. Written in an easily understandable style, this fascinating work is aimed at all those railway modellers who wish to authentically replicate the way goods were moved and handled on Britain's railways during the steam era.
- Covers the simple tools and materials that are required
- Packed with information about steam-era goods workings and how to recreate them on a layout
- Shows the reader how a typical goods yard operated and how it was constructed
- Demonstrates how to detail, improve, modify and achieve the best results from card kits
- Examines the growing appeal of 'download' kits
- Shows the modeller how to improve the appearance and reliability of goods rolling stock
- Contains many money-saving suggestions and is consistently cost-conscious throughout
Site Price: £15.19E-Book Edition: £16.99 (incl. VAT)
" Let me say straight away that this is a very useful book written by somebody who knows what he is talking about. Like one or two other Crowood books on model railway subjects its content cuts across other titles on the subject of actual construction but the construction described is all relevant. "
Review Type: Press
Reviewed By: The Model Railway Club