15 results found for 'Geoff Taylor'
Another fine mess...
Issue 181 (2008)
The most character-building structures on a layout aren't necessarily signature items such as signal boxes and goods sheds. It's often the more prosaic, workaday buildings that make the biggest contribution to the atmosphere of a railway. Here Geoff Taylor shows how he built 7mm scale models of some typical railwaymen's mess rooms.
Cast Iron, Stone and Glass
Issue 188 (2009)
Using a wide variety of materials, Geoff Taylor freelances a 7mm scale terminus station, 'somewhere in the North Eastern Region'.
Describes the construction of platforms, station building (scribed Das for stonework and resin castings for window and door surrounds) and canopies (with etched brass canopies).
Issue 165 (2006)
Built by the OO gauge group of the Manchester Model Railway Society, this large and impressive layout is one of the finest depictions of a railway in an urban setting that's ever been seen in this country. Geoff Taylor, Phil Taylor and Malcolm Nevitt take us on a tour of a layout that never fails to inspire each time it goes out on the exhibition circuit.
Dewsbury Midland Part Two
Issue 166 (2006)
As soon as the first half of this article apeared, this Yorkshre might-have-been was being hailed as one of the best layouts ever featured in MRJ. Geoff Taylor, Phil Talyor and Malcolm Nevitt continue their guided tour of the Manchester Model Railway Society's portrait of the old West Riding.
Houses on the hill
Issue 115 (1999)
We were most impressed with Geoff Taylor's superbly atmospheric 4mm buildings and asked him to take us through his methods of construction.
Kilmacolm Station (LMS
Issue 133 (2002)
Geoff Taylor continues with another fine building project, but this time he's moved up a notch into 7mm construction.
Issue 172 (2007)
Geoff Taylor builds a model of a typical North Eastern Railway signal cabin in 7mm scale.
Issue 196 (2010)
A 7mm scale overall roof can work out to be a large project than you might at first think, but, as you can see from the pictures, the result is very impressive. Geoff Taylor explains how he tackled the project.
NER Engine Shed
Issue 163 (2005)
Using simple materials and tried-and-tested tecniques, Geoff Taylor has carved himself a reputation as one of the best architectural modelmakers in the country. Here he turns his attention to a small two-road shed in 7mm scale.
Issue 143 (2003)
Geoff Taylor shows his skills as a stonemason, a roofer and finally a grave-digger as he models a distinctive north-country church for the Manchester club's Dewsbury Midland layout.