BMF 2015 program – Part 2

The final part of the program for the convention,

If you found the program for the forum sufficiently enticing and want to lodge an expression of interest in attending, please send an email to . This will ensure you are emailed a registration form as soon as it is available.


Ian Black – Closing the gap between corridor connections on passenger cars

Geoff Burns – Modelling trees

Brendan Canning – Soldering – featuring assembly of brass signal kits

Tom Rogers – Concrete structures – prototype and modelling

Keiran Ryan – 3D printing in action

Ian Millard – Modelling track and building realistic and reliable points

Aaron Denning – Weathering with acrylic pastel powders and isopropyl alcohol


Andian Models

Keiran Ryan Models

Stephen Johnson Models

Casula Hobbies

AR Kits

BMF 2015 program – Part 1

Branchline Modellers Forum 2015  –  Program

Just a quick post listing the first part of the program for the BMF 2015, the demonstrators and traders list will be following soon and the application form with attendance cost is also not far off so stay tuned.

Master of ceremonies

Andrew Hayne



Paul Horder – The history of concrete station buildings in NSW

Graeme Henderson – Pictorial overview and discussion of concrete era infrastructure

Keiran Ryan – Making models with a computer

Darren Lee – Designing a NSW layout with realistic operation and realism as the goal

Stephen Ottaway – A modeller’s guide to the cranes found in NSW goods yards


Rohan Fergusson – Bolivia – the next section under construction

Alan Tarrant – Bullenbung Creek – a concrete era rural branch line