3 results found for 'Ian Pusey'
Kit Built Trackwork
Issue 8 (1986)
Alan Gibson's daring venture into track kit components for 4mm (and now 7mm) is one of the most talked-about developments in finescale modelling for years. Ian Pusey, whose private development work and techniques partly inspired the Gibson system, puts it to its most rigorous test yet.
Norman Henry Pattendon MVO MBE 1944-2006
Issue 173 (2007)
Norman Pattendon was a very fine scratchbuilder in S scale, working mainly in nickel silver with brass fittings. As these photographs show he had a real eye for the finish and weathering on his models. The big shame is that, after several false starts, he never finished a layout to run them on. Furness Railway 2-2-2WT No. 36 was one of six of this type, built in 1866 by Sharp Stewart and withdrawn in 1898. The model was built 2004-6 with split axles and frames, powered by an RG4 1219. It has Sharman carrying wheels and steel-tyred cast brass driving wheels.
Resin-Cast Track Parts for 7mm
Issue 37 (1990)
Ian Pusey is a long standing devotee of 'S' scale. Knowing that he had experience of resin-cast track components , we asked him to review a new permanent way system for 7mm.