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Bognor Regis Model Railway Club - Articles

Over the coming months we intend to publish a number of articles by club members relating to their areas of expertise (which are many), to reviews of specific products and to any other items of modelling or prototypical interest.

Some of these articles will be here, in the public section of the website, while others will be restricted to members only as an additional benefit of their membership.

Public Articles

Investigating Hornby Railmaster - Part 1.  In their 2013 range, Hornby announced a new version of Railmaster, that has a simple interface between a computer and the layout - the computer is used for all train control (ie no need for an Elite). This article is a preliminary discussion of this new, and relatively cheap, way of opening DCC up to computer and smartphone control.

Investigating Hornby Railmaster - Part 2.  Continued from above

Allbroke Estate Railway - Part 1.  The story of one of our members abortive and successful attempts to build a model railway.

Allbroke Estate Railway - Part 2. The story continues

Sharing Know-How. An article written by our then Secretary, Cliff South. originally published in the NMRA British Region Newsletter and slightly amended here. About some of the benefits of encouraging the younger generation.

Modbury Tor. We are most grateful to the Editor of Mixed Traffic, the magazine of the 3mm Society, for his permission to reproduce this article which relates to the layout of one of our members, Paul Hopkins. You can learn more about this Society here. (Warning 23Mb file)

A Winter Workbench. Another article by Doug Meaney on a portable workbench for "occasional" modelling.

A Great Day out at Amberley. How Doug and Sam had a drive at Amberley

The trials and tribulations of exhibiting, Slindon Vale Railway's first exhibition outing in its completed (albeit unfinished) form. 

A bombed carriage.  An article by Tom, one of our Junior members, on how he produced a bombed railway carriage for his contribution to the dioramas being produced by them.