25 results found for 'Allan Sibley'
An Advanced 4mm Jubilee
Issue 54 (1992)
Allan Sibley builds a kit with everything - and a bit more, such as duplicate parts in 'scale' and 'robust' varieties. It took 170 hours, but the result is impressive.
Brassmasters LMS 'Jubilee' Class 4-6-0
An N2 for Widened Lines
Issue 20 (1988)
At last, the definitive story of a large and widely varied class of workhorses. Allan Sibley, having turned over a lot of previously untouched stones, finds a mind-boggling array of variants and builds a P4 example for 'Pampisford'.
Issue 21 (1988)
A look at the Kingdom Kits' 4mm Austerity detailing kit.
Building a better 'Britannia'
Compendium 1 (1988)
Allan Sibley takes a 4mm kit of a classic 4-6-2 and gives it everything a P4 monster of this pedigree could possibly need. It was expensive, but re-creating train-spotting days at Liverpool Street doesn't come cheap.
Going Nowhere Fast
Issue 93 (1997)
Allan Sibley builds a rolling road.
Hawthrn Leslie 14i. 0-6-0ST
Issue 129 (2001)
After a far too long absence from the pages of MRJ we are delighted to welcome back Allan Sibley, who kicks off with this industrial locomotive that we think would sit well on any layout.
Improving the Bachmann 'Warship'
Issue 132 (2002)
Detailing and refining the 4mm Bachmann 'Warship' diesel loco
Midland six-wheel Full Brake
Issue 11 (1986)
More comprehensive help notes on another new Slater's kite - a first venture into passenger stock (and also a full brake as it happens) - prepared by Allan Sibley.
Midland Railway diagram 530.
Multi-Point Drop Riveter
Issue 120 (2000)
Allan Sibley builds a variation on the drop riveter described by John Hayes in MRJ No. 73
NER Birdcage Brake
Issue 7 (1986)
Help notes for a new Slater's kit.