Making Urban Buildings for Model Railways - David WrightRamsbury: The Crowood Press, 2013, Paperback.
Condition: Very Good. Leans slighthly eotherwise a very well presented copy.
Contains: Colour photographs; Diagrams; Appendices ;
From the cover: “This fascinating book is aimed at all those modellers who wish to create a model railway set in an urban landscape. It covers the selection and the construction of a wide range of urban buildings, and presents many detailed photographs of real buildings from which the modeller can gain ideas, identify specific features and draw inspiration.
Special attention is paid to modelling architectural details and to the effects of weathering. Scratch-building techniques and materials, as well as ready-to-plant buildings and kits, are covered. In addition to the buildings themselves, the author also considers the urban setting and infrastructure, and demonstrates how to construct roads and pavements, create authentic street scenes, and make realistic models that accurately reflect, for example, urban decay and dereliction. Finally, consideration is given to perspective modelling, a concept that provides the modeller with an opportunity to make much better use of a limited amount of space.
This comprehensive book, which contains over 300 illustrations, including step-by-step photographs, as well as beautifully presented drawings and diagrams, is essential reading for all railway modellers.”