2 results found for 'Ian Huntley'
Compendium 2 (1994)
Recent interest in the 'scaling' of colour led us to Ian Huntley, whose experiments in the field began in 1944 and resulted in him producing a 'tinter' with which to 'let-down' full-scale colour. His ideas and tinters are already widely accepted and used by the scale aircraft modelling fraternity, although we now learn that many of the original trials were carried out on handy Great Western Railway vehicles. Will this research transform accepted wisdom on the finishing of scale model railways?
Track for the Tube
Issue 30 (1989)
Ian Huntley discusses the production of LT's characteristic four-rail trackwork for 4mm scale, without which no model of the system would be complete