18 results found for 'Peter Kazer'
Big Brother another Corris No. 4 - this time in 1/32 scale
Issue 280 (2020)
Following on from Corris No. 3 featured in MRJ 273, Peter Kazer decided to build companion loco No. 4. Even though the prototype is not his favourite this is the third time he has modelled it.
Issue 66 (1993)
After many years spent learning the narrow gauge ropes, Peter Kazer finally lit upon the perfect prototype to model: Corris. Then he went and chose an unusual non-commercial scale, setting himself up for a decade of scratchbuilding.
Corris No. 3 in the last days on the Corris
Issue 273 (2019)
Peter Kazer builds his favourite loco in both 1/48 and 1/32 scales. The locomotive is now running on the Talyllyn Railway as No. 3 Sir Haydn
Corris Railway No. 4 - twice!
Issue 223 (2013)
Some projects are not as straightforward as we anticipate and here Peter Kazer points out some of the problems he encountered in building two beautiful 1/4inch scale models of Corris (and later Talyllyn) No.4.
Dummy Riveting Strips and Angles
Issue 253 (2017)
Peter Kazer describes his methods for producing riveting strips and angles using a GW riveting tool.
GWR Narrow Gauge Point Drawings
Issue 251 (2016)
Reproductions of point diagrams drawn up for the upgrading of the Welshpool & Llanfair and Vale of Rheidol lines after the GWR acquisition at the Grouping.
Ironstone Wharf at Boot
Issue 220 (2013)
Writes Peter Kazer: "When I planned the layout, I knew this would be the most difficult area, as I know of only one photograph of the quarry building, and that is in a state of dereliction and in the background. However, as serving the quarry was the main purpose for building the line in the first place, there was no getting away from the fact that it would have to appear, as 1880 was its heyday."
John Webb 1942-2015
Issue 250 (2016)
A selection of photos of some of John's work including a Kirtley 800 class 2-4-0, 6-wheeled post office sorting van and tender, Kirtley 0-6-0, and Johnson MR 4-4-0.
Little and Large
Issue 270 (2019)
Photographs of Peter Kazer's 1/48 scale and 1/32 scale scratch built models of Corris Railway No. 3
Issue 206 (2011)
For what he says will be his last layout, Peter Kazer has pulled out all the stops to capture the essence of the original 3ft gauge Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway which closed in 1913. Using a scale of 1/4in to 1 foot, he has scratchbuilt everything and the result is a wonderfully sensitive portrait of the simple and remote terminus at Boot.