Hornby Magazine – The world’s best model rail magazine and the 1st choice for railway modellers
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Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher
Hornby is a monthly independent model railway magazine written for enthusiasts. It takes a unique approach to railway modelling considering both the relatively inexperienced and the seasoned modeller.
Focusing mainly on 00 Gauge but featuring N gauge, Hornby Magazine was the first to offer step-by-step guides, advising modellers on how to get the most from the hobby. The very best photography, news, reviews and features inspire and inform modellers of all abilities.
Hornby is a great introduction to newcomers with an easy to understand format whilst keeping those returning to the hobby up-to-date.
Regular features include:
• National and international news on developments in the railway modelling world.
• Parker’s Guide – Phil Parker’s step by step guide to creating your own model railway layout, all the hints, tips and techniques any railway modeller would need.
• Reviews – The latest products, locomotives, train sets, software and accessories from the likes of Bachmann, Hornby, Dapol, Heljan and Vitrains.
• Show Guide – Shows, events and swap meets organised by model railway clubs, societies and associations.
• Reality Check - Archive pictures of railways stations, rolling stock and the surrounding areas to help make your layout as realistic as possible.
• Featured layouts – an in-depth look, using some spectacular photography, showcasing the very best layouts and dioramas in Britain and Europe.
For more information, visit www.hornbymagazine.com
Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © Copyright 2015. All rights reserved.
Please note: Posters or wall planners included with the printed magazine are currently unavailable with the digital version.
“HORNBY” is a registered trade mark of Hornby Hobbies Limited and is used under licence.
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Further discounts are available, if you subscribe.
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