8 results found for 'Alan Whitehouse'
Another Diamond Jubilee
Issue 214 (2012)
Modelling the Manchester, Sheffield and Wath electrification
Beneath the Wires
Issue 269 (2019)
Electric railways are rarely modelled. The Woodhouse Route has fascinated Alan Whitehouse, and we featured his Mini-MSW in MRJ 138. Recently he has rebuilt, and taken a closer look at modelling the overhead line equipment. In this account he describes the detail improvements he made to reflect the finest of the system. He has achieved this in 2mm timescale, and sets an example to those modelling in larger scales.
Build a Finescale Layout in a Weekend
Issue 249 (2016)
Alan Whitehouse relates how he and Mick Simpson built a 2mm finescale layout in front of the public during this year's two-day Railex
Class 76 in 2mm
Issue 193 (2009)
Alan Whitehouse builds a multiple fitted aid-braked pair of EMI/Class 76s that he'd once ridden on.
Based on the new Masterclass Models kit with a modified Brawa chassis.
GC Steam in 2mm
Issue 210 (2011)
This pair of ex-Great Central steam locomotives in 2mm Finescale (2FS) are from Alan Whitehouse's small collection of GC locos finished as they appeared in the mid-1950s. Both models and prototypes have very different histories.
GCR O4 Class and D11 'Improved Director' Class.
Issue 257 (2017)
Alan Whitehouse describes his 2mm BR layout set in 1970s South Yorkshire
Issue 273 (2019)
A conversion by Alan Whitehouse of an N gauge Graham Farish 4F, to a 2mm finescale GCR J11
Issue 185 (2008)
Complete with full overhead catenary, Alan Whitehouse's 2mm finescale portrait of the 1500v DC Wath branch makes imaginative use of 'all that two-pie-arr stuff from school'.
Merry-go-round hopper trains hauled and banked by pairs of class 76 locomotives.