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Modelling Railways in O Gauge

By John Emerson

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ISBN: 9781785002540
PUBLISHED: 04/01/2017
PAGES: 192
BINDING: Paperback
SIZE: 246x189 mm
INSIDE: 262 colour images

O 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 O gauge locomotives and rolling stock, it is enjoying a huge surge in popularity. This fascinating book is an essential guide to O gauge modelling skills, techniques, modelling suppliers and services.

  • Considers the history and the benefits of O gauge
  • Discusses the various prototypical gauges that can be successfully modelled in O gauge
  • Examines making a start in this gauge and practical layout planning
  • Shows the modeller how to successfully create scenery and model buildings
  • Covers the choice of locomotives, coaches and wagons
  • Demonstrates how to achieve an authentic lineside look
  • Contains a wealth of information, advice and tips
  • Beautifully illustrated with colour images, including some of the author's own 0 gauge exhibition layout, Gifford Street , and a number of other layouts

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Latest Reviews
" Illustrated throughout with good clear photographs, plus diagrams and sketches, this will be all that a budding 'mover-upper' to O gauge will want. "
Review Type: Press
Reviewed By: Railway Modeller

" I thoroughly recommend this book to anyone starting out in O gauge be they a casual or serious modeller... this book caters to all. I really can't do it any justice with this review - there is so much in there from weathering to ballasting, from clockwork to DCC. Stuart Lloyd - Gauge O Guild. "
Review Type: Press
Reviewed By: Gauge O Guild Gazette

" The author knows his subject and covers pretty well every aspect of modelling in Gauge O A-Z.
If you are contemplating going into O Gauge this is most definitely the book for you, and most importantly it is bang up to date if you will excuse the slang. "
Review Type: Press
Reviewed By: Model Railway Club Bulletin

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