UKTV’s new series, Hornby: A Model World, premiered yesterday in October, with the famous maker opening its doors to reveal the efforts their designers and engineers put into creating perfectly scaled locomotives.
This new series offers viewers the chance to witness some of Britain’s finest model builders, producing miniature model masterpieces across the UK.
These enthusiasts dedicate themselves wholeheartedly to creating miniature towns and detailed vistas for their equally miniature locos, resulting in stunning works of art.
Modeling is not just for railroad enthusiasts, however, but also for car fans, with creators making everything from century-old steam trains to cutting-edge sports vehicles.
Each episode will unveil the creative process, from drawing board to miniature scale replica, with the entire series documenting the ups and downs of the design teams’ attempts to ensure that essential details are too. precise as possible.
Episode one will follow the members of the Hornby team as they return to their illustrious past when they decide to launch a die-cast metal replica of a 1940s steam locomotive, episode one will follow the members of Team Hornby as they return to their illustrious past when they decide to launch a die-cast metal replica of a 1940s steam locomotive, Southern Railway Merchant Navy Pacific # 35011 General Steam Navigation.
The new 10-part series airs Monday nights at 9 p.m. on Yesterday, from October 11. Each episode will be available for catch-up on UKTV Playback too much.
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