Building Coaches

A Complete Guide for Railway Modellers

Building Coaches A Complete Guide for Railway Modellers
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ISBN: 9781785002052
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Building Coaches is a beautifully illustrated and practical book and provides important advice and covers a wide variety of materials and processes.  It tells you everything you need to know about building model railway coaches.  Master modeller, George Dent, guides the reader through the necessary techniques and skills.  All aspects of the subject are covered from kit building in metal, plastic, resin and wood; soldering, weathering, painting and lining; 3-D printed kits and components; adding passengers to the carriages; upgrading off-the-shelf models; kit assembly, scratch-building and finishing.  

The author

George Dent is Deputy Editor and in-house model maker at Model Rail magazine, one of the UK's best-selling railway modelling titles.  He has built up a well-earned reputation as an expert in railway modelling, producing a number of instructional DVDs and running practical courses on the subject. His books for Crowood include Weathering for Railway Modellers Volume 1: Locomotives and Rolling Stock and Weathering for Railway Modellers: Volume 2 - Buildings, Scenery and the Lineside.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 256 Pages
ISBN: 9781785002052
Illustrations: 604 color photos
Size: 7.44 in x 9.68 in / 188.98 mm x 245.87 mm
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