7 results found for 'Bob Jones'
Issue 207 (2011)
With a circuit providing a scale equivalent of 3 miles, Bob Jones' Fence Houses may well be the biggest 2mm Finescale layout in the world. Here, Les Waters, a member of the team behind it, explains how he persuaded Bob to make the most of new technology.
Planning, baseboards and lighting, trackwork, wiring, turnout motors and decoders, operation and future plans.
Issue 222 (2013)
Bob Jones describes his 2mm finescale layout.
Fence Houses - The Traffic Potential
Issue 264 (2018)
Bob Jones describes an explanation for the traffic flows and operational potential of is 2mm finale layout Fence Houses
Fence Houses Part 2
Issue 226 (2013)
Bob Jones continues the story of this 2mm epic from MRJ 222.
NER 708 Class in 2mm
Issue 91 (1996)
Using tried and tested methods, plus a few unlikely manoeuvres - such as lining with a ball-point pen - Bob Jones scratchbuilds his second 2mm locomotive.
The Anatomy of Etched Loco Kits in 2mm Scale
Issue 158 (2005)
Clever things are happening that belie the small size of locomotives in this scale. Bob Jones outlines the latest thinking and current best practice.
The Queen Vic
Issue 198 (2010)
Bob Jones relates the construction of Victoria Viaduct in 2mm finescale, which he describes as 'part of a very ambitious, and definitely my last model railway layout... ever.'