10 results found for 'John Sutton'
Issue 144 (2003)
Bernard Holland obituary
Day Return to Southwell Central
Issue 147 (2003)
The term 'atmospheric railway' could well have been coined for this celebrated 3mm portrait of a workaday East Midlands station, surrounded by maltings and rambling goods yards. John Sutton describes the latest developments.
Disguising Romford Wheel Centres
Issue 35 (1989)
Description of how to make 'hub caps' for Romford wheel nuts.
Intelligent Design: A BR CCT
Issue 183 (2008)
John Sutton builds the Masterclass Model in 3mm scale and hails it as the best etched kit he has ever seen. Tim Shackleton builds the 4mm scale version of the same kit.
Not Fade Away
Issue 141 (2003)
John Sutton tries a novel way of replicating the look of well-weathered lettering on ex-private owner wagons.
Issue 156 (2005)
Using techniques that can be applied across the board, John Sutton extols the pleasures and satisfactions of creating a hand-built heavy freight locomotive in 3mm scale.
Southwell Central: hard work in a minority scale
Issue 8 (1986)
John Sutton wanders into the temple and asks...
Fictional ex-GCR branch line terminus set in the Midlands in the 1950s.
The Final Furlong
Issue 179 (2007)
With precious little room in which to expand Southwell Central, his classic 3mm scale layout, John Sutton put on a heroic effort in the only undeveloped corner of his railway room.
Variations on a theme by Robinson - the reboilered LNER O4 2-8-0s
Issue 156 (2005)
John Sutton and Roger Marsh summarise the development of a fascinating series of sub-classes.
Variety at Southwell Central
Issue 173 (2007)
Fifties facts and 3mm-scale fiction merge in John Sutton's latest dispatches from his L-shaped corner of Nottinghamshire