Modelling Railway Stations

A Practical Guide

Modelling Railway Stations
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Format: Paperback / softback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781847979513
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Have you ever wanted to re-create a beautiful station that you have seen at a railway modelling exhibition, or in a magazine, and felt that you needed a helping hand? If so, this is the book for you. Ian Lamb, a modeller of enormous experience, demonstrates how anybody, regardless of their modelling skills, can construct a pleasing and presentable model railway station in a limited amount of space.

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Ian Lamb has been passionately interested in railways for over fifty years and has been building and exhibiting model railways for a similar length of time. His Leven and Dava model layouts, which have been built with modest budgets, have been well received on the exhibition circuit. Ian's output of railway and model railway articles for newspapers and periodicals has been prodigious and for many years he was a regular contributor to the Hornby and Bachmann Collectors' Club magazines.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781847979513
Illustrations: 304 color photos
Size: 7.43 in x 9.7 in x 0.5 in / 188.72 mm x 246.38 mm x 12.7 mm
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