5 results found for 'Pete Hill'
A Sprung Bachmann A1
Issue 203 (2010)
It was fully 18 months that passed between Pete Hill being asked to review the then forthcoming Brassmasters EasiChas for the Bachmann A1, and try it out on the extensive EM tracks of Retford, simply because Brassmasters were having real difficulty getting the etches made to their satisfaction and the level of accuracy they required. However, how it does exactly what it does on the tin!
Fold-up sprung chassis for the Bachmann RTR model.
Cravens 105 basic conversions to EM - Simples!
Issue 214 (2012)
Bachmann Cravens DMU conversion to EM
RTR Pacifics for Retford
Issue 169 (2006)
When it comes to expanding Roy Jackson's stuf of EM gauge express engines, Pete Hill took the easy way out.
Squaring up to chassis construction
Issue 191 (2009)
Pete Hill tests the much talked-about Chassis2 assembly jig from Avonside Works. Morgan Gilbert believes the Chassis2 Pro is the way to take the sting out of chassis-building, for beginner and expert alike.
Locomotive chassis assembly jig.
The Trouble with Twins
Issue 182 (2008)
Everyone admires the snub-nosed, we-mean-business look of the LMS-designed main-line diesels. Tim Shackleton passes a critical eye over a pair of Korean-built RTR models, while Pete Hill takes one apart to convert it to EM gauge.
FIA Trains / Ajin Precision RTR model of LMS diesel twins nos. 10000 & 10001.