6 results found for 'John Holden'
A Scottish Sentinel Shunter in S
Issue 278 (2020)
John Holden scratchbuilds a Scottish Area LNER Y1 Sentinel in S scale.
A Sentinel in S Scale
Issue 244 (2016)
John Holden describes how he built his LNER sentinel steam railmotor using a 3mm etch from Worsley Works that was 'blown-up' to S scale
A tale of two Y7s
Issue 199 (2010)
This simple engine with plenty of character, is an ideal first step into kit building, and a great place to build the confidence needed to tackle something more adventurous. Here John Holden (who describes himself as a raw amateur) introduces us to the bits and pieces that can be collected together to enable us to build our first S Scale locomotive.
LNER Class Y7 (NER Class H) 0-4-0
Lochgorm: The Breeding of a Highland Terrier
Issue 141 (2003)
Bedazzled by the charms of a 4mm RTR locomotive, John Holden soon discovered all wasn't quite right with this particular Brighton belle. So, feeling somewhat tired of his brief encounter, he went to Scotland for inspiration instead.
Issue 220 (2013)
Believing that etched coach sides could be improved, John Holden set about persuading a kit manufacturer to develop his product.
The Satisfaction of Scratchbuilding
Issue 256 (2017)
John Holden builds a pair of Highland Brake Vans in S scale