3 results found for 'Ian Pusey'

  • Kit Built Trackwork

    Ian Pusey

    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.

    Tags: components, kits, product reviews, track / trackwork / PW / Permanent Way, turnouts / points / pointwork / crossings

  • Norman Henry Pattendon MVO MBE 1944-2006

    Ian Pusey

    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 Furness Railway 2-2-2WT No. 36 was one of six of this type, built in 1866 by Sharp Stewart and withdrawn in 1898.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.

    Tags: obituaries

  • Resin-Cast Track Parts for 7mm

    Ian Pusey

    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.

    Tags: track / trackwork / PW / Permanent Way