5 results found for 'Gerry Hall'
A G.W.R. Station Building in 4mm Scale
Issue 17 (1987)
Plasticard model of Tetbury station building, GWR.
Compendium 1 (1988)
Gerry Hall describes the methods he uses to construct 4mm stone buildings - a Gloucestershire house and a magnificent country church
Inkerman Street’s lamps
Issue 50 (1991)
Finding ourselves getting very fussy about the need for delicacy in the Inkerman Street lighting department, we sub-contracted the job out to Gerry Hall. His famed finesse produced exquisite results – street jewellery indeed.
Issue 33 (1989)
Gerry Hall passes on another of his techniques for small scale architectural modelling
The Tin Mission
Issue 51 (1991)
Gerry hall builds a beautiful 4mm model of a widespread and peculiarly British institution - the 'shack of worship', for want of a better term. Invariably 'low church' and often reflecting lack of funds or some particularly pressing local need for soul-saving, they present modellers with an appealing blend of widely divergent architectural disciplines. This model is based on the example at Banbury, Oxfordshire, and is destined for David Ratcliff's LNWR layout of the same name.