The August issue No. 146 of Hornby Magazine published last week includes my step by guide on how to simply create concrete inset track exactly as I used on Canute Road Quay.
This follows Canute Road Quay featuring earlier this year in the April 2019 Issue, whilst within the main layout article I briefly described the process I used, this latest article is an illustrated step by step guide, including adding the check rail, using two thicknesses cork sheet, textured paint and an HB pencil to achieve the effect of track work inset in conrete as can be seen in the image left, that I hope will be useful to fellow modellers.
Fellow Souther Railway / Southern Region and Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway enthusiasts will also enjoy, no doubt, the article on the excellent 00 layout of Bournemouth West, which demonstrates superb modelling of the Station and surrounds at Bournmouth West.
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Thanks Graham. Very useful.
Potentially very interesting – will you be posting this on-line at some future date?
Between you and me I already have https://grahammuz.com/2018/02/16/a-view-from-the-line-18-inset-track-on-canute-road-quay/ 🙂
Thank you – I missed that!
Something interesting to read after I return from the model shop this morning – the latest Dapol JA (and JB) versions are now in stock! 🙂
Hi im contacting you on behalf of Victory Model Railway Club and would like to obtain information regarding if you would like to attend our 2 day exhibition with canute road quay at the mountbatten leisure centre, Portsmouth on 4th and 5th April 2020 if your available on these dates and what your expenses requirements would be.
Many Regards Richard
I have emailed a response to you