7 results found for 'Adrian Gray'
An Etched Brass G.W.R. Siphon Kit
Issue 4 (1985)
The six-wheeled milk vans with slatted sides and heavy outside framing were a distinctive and long-lived component of the Great Western scene. Until recently, apart from a rather unsatisfactory plastic kit, the modeller's only option when wishing to re-create these intersting vehicles was to resort to scratch-building, always a tricky business. D&S Models have recognized the potential of etched brass for modelling of this sort and the result is the kit discussed here by Adrian Gray.
The model represents a low-roofed, 6-wheeled vehicle constructed according to Diagram 04. The article includes scale drawings and a prototype photo.
Ashover Coach in 7mm
Issue 27 (1988)
Adrian Grey looks at the latest narrow gauge offering from Wrightlines.
Colonel Stephens' Ford T Railbus
Issue 21 (1988)
Colonel Stephens has offered many modellers flights of fancy. Nothing however, epitomises Stephens' lines so much as his railbuses. The Taurgem Models kit is the subject of this review.
Developments in 7mm N.G.
Issue 102 (1998)
Reviews of some recent 7mm narrow gauge products.
Festiniog Buffet and Observation Cars
Issue 147 (2003)
Guided by Adrian Gray's historical details, Richard Cook describes his experiences with a pair of 4mm narrow-gauge coach kits.
Issue 103 (1998)
Adrian Gray forsakes his usual Festiniog prototypes to satisfy a closet fascination with another Welsh narrow gauge railway, the Welshpool & Llanfair. With one 7mm model he's replicated a third of the company's entire passenger stock.
Dorset Kits etched Pickering brake composite coach.
Issue 104 (1998)
With the paint still wet on his newly-built 7mm Welshpool coach (MRJ No. 103), Adrian Gray takes delivery of a companion model from Dorset Kits - a delightful W&L four-ton open wagon.