10 results found for 'Jerry Clifford'
A GWR 54XX Pannier in EM
Issue 276 (2020)
Gerry Beale's most recent project is the production of a 54XX pannier tank using the body from the Bachmann 64XX and a High Level etched chassis. Construction began with Jerry Clifford who built the chassis.
Achievable Excellence Wagons in 2mm Scale, Part 1 - Etched
Issue 266 (2018)
Two millimetre scale models are small, there is no getting away from the fact. Their small size is undoubtedly a large part of their charm but is also seen as a barrier by some. However, a combination of years of collective experience in the 2mm Scale Association and innovative design has resulted in a large and growing range of complete kits and under frames which are not only highly accurate but eminently buildable, as explained by Jerry Clifford
GWR Delivery Lorry
Issue 274 (2019)
Photograph of a GWR delivery lorry (ex-army AEC 3.5ton) taken adjacent to the goods shed at Warminster on the GWR's Westbury, Salisbury line
Issue 212 (2012)
While building his 2mm scale magnum opus, Bath, Queen Square, Jerry Clifford decided to take a break from the great project, and build something smaller. Here he describes his rationale behind that decision, which has led to a fascination with the collieries of North Somerset.
Midland Signal Boxes for Bath Queensquare
Issue 271 (2019)
Jerry Clifford build Midland signal boxes for Bath Queensquare in 2mm scale
RTR Southern Coaches for 2mm
Issue 256 (2017)
As an addendum to John Aldrick's comprehensive piece on kit building coaches in 2mm scale, Jerry Clifford titivates some of the more recent 2mm offerings
The 2mm Finescale Diesel
Issue 231 (2014)
We asked Jerry Clifford to discuss the present growing range of N Gauge RTR diesels, and to tell us how they can be converted to 2mm Finescale. His encouraging account convinces us that the jump into 2mm finescale modelling is both simple and irresistible
Issue 227 (2013)
Jerry Clifford's Highbury Colliery, featured in MRJ 212 and initially intended as a pleasant from his main Bath Queensquare project, has now developed into a growing interest in the fascinating and often overlooked railway bylines and industries of North Somerset.
Issue 249 (2016)
Jerry Clifford presents a photo feature of Docks Ceinture, a layout built by four members of Club Proto-87, the French national society for those working to Proto standards
Wiliam Smith's Wharf
Issue 244 (2016)
Jerry Clifford describes the latest and smallest addition to his series of layouts based on the fictitious North Somerset Light Railway