83 results found for 'Barry Norman'
7mm Auto Trailer
Issue 212 (2012)
In our review of the Lionheart Pannier Tank in MRJ 206, we finished by mentioning the recently released auto-trailer, and here it is.
RTR GWR auto-coach
A Beginner's Guide to Building a Chassis
Issue 245 (2016)
Using a process that is equally suited to 4mm and 7mm scales, Barry Norman explains the steps he takes to make a successfully running compensated chassis
He has written the article to help his club members who have no experience of chassis construction, but are taking their first steps into finescale modelling project, with a daring attempt at building a Scale 7 layout
A Great Western brake van
Issue 212 (2012)
With just a few simple improvements, Barry Norman has updgraded a kit from the 1980s, and traced its importance to developments in 7mm scale modelling today.
Improving the 7mm Peco GWR 'Toad' brake van.
A New Deal for 'O' Gauge
Issue 166 (2006)
Barry Norman has been watching Kevin Wison's 31mm gauge layout grow from sketchbook to impeccably finished item. As a prelude to a series of constructional articles, he explains why he believes Bucks Hill is such a significant step forward in 7mm scale railway modelling.
A Slice of Wensleydale
Issue 88 (1996)
Barry tackles the distinctive stonework of the Yorkshire Dales, all in 7mm scale.
A Tram for Ipswich Docks
Issue 267 (2018)
Barry Norman con tines the story of his Scale 7 Tram Engine introduced in MRJ 257, and discovers that timescale modelling relies very much on understanding and interpreting what we see
A Winter's Landscape
Issue 123 (2000)
Barry Norman describes his methods of producing the bare bones of winter trees.
An English Elm
Issue 260 (2018)
Barry Norman uses a Wire Tree Armature kit to create an English elm
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Issue 221 (2013)
After reviewing the Lionheart Trains in MRJ 212, Barry Norman now brings us the full account of how he improved his own.
Issue 175 (2007)
Moving up the property ladder, Barry Norman completes his cardboard cityscape with these neat Victorian houses.