7 results found for 'Don Townsley'
Bamburgh - North sunderland Light Railway
Issue 8 (1986)
The second in Don Townsley's series on popular yet seldom modelled prototypes.
Prototype information, drawings and photos of the North Sunderland Light Railway's Manning Wardle 0-6-0ST 'Bamburgh'.
Easingwold Railway No.2
Issue 31 (1989)
Drawings and notes of a Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST
Millwall Extension Railway Locos
Issue 53 (1992)
Don Townsley discusses the MER's locos and, while he's at it, explains why this dockland prototype is a fascinating restricted-space subject for modellers - timber viaducts, horse-drawn steam engines with adverts on the tanks, and refugees from the GWR and Port Talbot, all in the heart of London.
A scale drawing and table of dimensions included
Trewithen - a Cornish Curiosity
Issue 21 (1988)
Don Townsley discusses one of the most obscure yet fascinating pieces of British light railway archaeolgy - the middle engine on the Pentewan Railway.
Wantage Tramway No.7
Issue 6 (1986)
Don Townsley, in the first of a new series, dicusses a popular yet seldom modelled diminutive prototype.
Prototype information, drawings and photos of the Wantage Tramway Manning Wardle 0-4-0ST No.7.
'Aldwyth' - the Manning in a time lock
Compendium 1 (1988)
When MRJ saw these photographs, we just had to have the full story! As well as adding essential new detail to modellers, the discovery of the 'Aldwyth' treasure is every enthusiast's dream - a forgotten relic in almost original condition. Pictures and notes by Don Townsley.
'MOROUS' and friends - The Nomadic Manning Wardles
Issue 12 (1987)
Don Townsley looks at some comparatively famous names in the minor railway history book.
Prototype details and drawings of Selsey Tramway Manning Wardle 0-6-0Ts No.21 'Sidlesham', No. 178 'Morous' and No. 890 'Ringing Rock'.