Hornby: A Model World

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Hornby: A Model World

Designer Sam designs a model of Winston Churchill's funeral wagon; First time modeller Simon builds Britain's biggest model railway layout from his memory.

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Series 1
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Experienced designer Carl has a challenge on his hands attempting to recreate a WWI biplane as a 1/48th scale Corgi model.
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A perfect diecast replica of a Merchant Navy steam locomotive is the task for Hornby's design team. Engineer Chris tries to capture the authentic sounds of a Light Pacific loco.
Series 2
Young designer Prad has just 30 days to reinvent the model railway starter kit, and musician Jools Holland reveals his incredible 45ft layout hidden away in his loft.
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In this special episode, company staff, enthusiasts and celebrities pick the top ten products and innovations that have most impressed and inspired them across the years.
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Simon and Montana attempt the hard sell at The Dorset Steam Fair, whilst designer Steve takes on the challenge of replicating one of the world's newest trains.
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New. For the first time in 50 years, the Airfix team attempt a 1:24 scale kit of a Spitfire. Will designer Chris be able to capture the iconic warbird in sufficient detail?
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New. Designer Phil takes on his toughest challenge yet - an entire reinvention of the Black Fives, encompassing all 842 variations.
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New. There's a huge challenge for designer Phil to get the iconic curvature correct on Hornby's latest range of A4 locos.
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The Hornby team attempt to replicate the legendary 9F steam locomotive, using new design technology.
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Paramjit in the Airfix team works on a Buccaneer fighter jet in 1:48 scale, complete with folding wings, extra armaments and exposed engine bay.
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Music mogul Pete Waterman is recreating the section of West Coast Mainline where he spent his Saturdays as a child. New technology allows the public the ability to control the trains.
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Hornby prepares for a right royal year with a miniature 1930s classic 'Coronation' train including the elegant 'Beavertail' observation carriage.
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The iconic Locomotive Flying Scotsman is scaled down 120 times from real life, rendering some features almost invisible to the naked eye, or too small to even mould.
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Series 1, Episode 4 - APT

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The team at Hornby are creating a replica of the West Coast Mainline train the APT to top speed.
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