5 results found for 'Dave Holland'
Buying and Making Small Drills
Issue 57 (1992)
Tiny drills tend to have a high price and short life. Dave Holland says buy well, use carefully and supplement your stock with cheap, effective home-made jobs.
G.E.R. Stations - The '1865' Style
Issue 6 (1986)
Even though it did not cover the entire company territory, the GER's innovative station building system was so successful that it came to be regarded as that railway's 'typical' face. This is good news for modelling devotees of the eastern counties, as Dave Holland demonstrates.
Extensive prototype information about the GER's 'standard' '1865' station building style with drawings and photographs. Also, Dave Holland builds a model of Rayne station in 2mm scale.
No. 1 Shop: Scratchbuilding an 0-6-0 tender engine in 2mm scale
Issue 34 (1989)
In building this J15 chassis design - and some words of advice and comfort for scratchbuilders who do not own a lathe.5, Dave Holland came up with an exceptional
No.1 Shop: Sweat Soldering Jig
Issue 45 (1991)
A simple answer to an old problem, by Dave Holland.
Soldering: A Black Art?
Compendium 2 (1994)
The ability to solder is something that many of us take for granted, but for a growing body of newcomers to finescale modelling it is a hurdle to be overcome. Dave Cox takes a beginner's look at the 'hot spanner' business and draws up a few ground rules. Additional material, working examples and photos by Dave Holland.
Hints and tips for the beginner in the art of soldering for railway modellers.