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The Hornby Step by Step Guide to Railway Modelling
- Where Do I Start--details layout types, sizes, locations & budgets
- Baseboards & Track--Types of baseboards, materials required, how to lay the track
- Buildings & Scenics--Setting the scene, including a guide on different types of buildings
- Wiring The Layout--Wiring instructions, including safety, circuit types, signal & point operations
- Taking Stock Getting your rolling stock, locomotives and how to add your own details
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- Media: CD-ROM
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Hornby's new 'Step-By-Step Guide to Railway Modelling' CD-Rom is the perfect resource to establish, evolve and complement your hobby skills - whether you are starting out, an enthusiast or an experienced modeller.The CD-Rom includes chapters on 'Where Do I Start?', 'Baseboards and Track', 'Buildings and Scenics', 'Wiring the Layout' and 'Taking Stock'. This innovative CD-Rom, produced by modelling experts, adopts a simple step-by-step approach, providing advice, explaining methods and demonstrating techniques by walking you logically through key tasks and activities.
The Hornby 'Step-by-Step Guide to Railway Modelling' CD-Rom is an excellent resource to establish, evolve and complement your hobby skills--whether you are starting out, an enthusiast or and experienced modeller. This innovative CD-Rom, produced by modelling experts, adopts a simple step-by-step approach, providing advice, explaining methods and demonstrating techniques by walking you logically through key tasks and activities. The interactive CD-Rom is designed to help inspire and guide you towards your perfect model railway.
Top customer reviews
It explains the basic requirements from choosing a suitable base board to wiring your layout and building scenery.
From my point of view the only let down is that it does not mention DCC control. This is the way of the future and requires less wiring but, as Hornby are not entering the DCC market until September '06, it does not get a menton.
Otherwise this is great for getting you started on an exciting, rewarding but time consuming hobby.