3 results found for 'B&MR / BMR / Brecon & Merthyr Railway'

  • A Small Brecon & Merthyr Signal Box

    Rodney Hall

    Issue 2 (1985)

    p.59

    4mm

    Rodney Hall describes an attractive structure intended for his minimum space layout.

    Plasticard model constructed by Rodney Hall for his layout 'Lanastr'. Includes prototype details and 4mm scale drawings of Rhiwderin box, on which the model is based.

    Tags: B&MR / BMR / Brecon & Merthyr Railway, buildings, drawings / plans, prototype, signal boxes

  • Llanastr

    Rodney Hall

    Issue 4 (1985)

    p.126

    4mm/P4

    Rodney Hall's layout found its origins several years ago, when, exiled from his native Wales, he found himself in a flat far too small to accommodate the layout which he had been building based on the Brecon and Merthyr Railway station at Rhymney. In order to 'keep his hand in' and to have somewhere to run his stock, he decided to build a particularly compact layout that could be erected and dismantled in a short space of time. Here Rodney describes both the 'why' and the 'wherefore' and some of the techniques employed in the construction of his minimum space layout.

    Minimum space layout

    Tags: B&MR / BMR / Brecon & Merthyr Railway, layouts, minimum space, pre-grouping

  • Three Welsh Wagons

    Paul Tasker

    Issue 239 (2015)

    p.152

    4mm

    Paul Tasker looks at three 4mm scale Welsh railway kits from Dragon Models. He found they are not the best on the market and guides us through the improvements,

    Cambrian Railways 13-ton single-verandah goods brake van. Rhymney Railway 6-ton 13ft 5¾in goods brake van. Brecon & Merthyr Railway 2-plank open wagon.

    Tags: B&MR / BMR / Brecon & Merthyr Railway, brake vans, Cambrian Railway, kits, product reviews, Rhymney Railway, wagons