12 results found for 'Peter Squibb'
Bourne End Bracket Signal
Issue 248 (2016)
Peter Squibb details more methods and tools devised during the construction of his 7mm scale bracket signal for Bourne End
Bucks Hill Signal Box
Issue 132 (2002)
Peter Squibb was asked to build a 7mm scale GWR signal box for a customer. However, not everything went according to plan.
Etched Lever Frame
Issue 126 (2001)
We asked Peter Squibb if he would like to assemble a Brassmasters lever frame kit, given his knowledge of such things, but not everything went smoothly at first.
Great Western Square Post Signals in 4mm scale
Compendium 1 (1988)
Word of the remarkable 'see-through' finials on Peter Squibb's 4mm signals spreads quickly when his work goes on show - and the curious gather round to find that the craftmanship extends down to the ground. Here's how he does it.
Detailed account of construction with close-up photos of prototypes.
Kit-Built Lattice-Post Signal in 7mm
Issue 60 (1993)
Peter Squibb, who has tried his hand at scratchbuilding LSWR lattice signals in 7mm, reviews a Model Signal Engineering kit for these delicate and difficult structures.
LNWR Timber Trolley
Issue 216 (2012)
Peter Squibb enjoys a challenge and here he relates the tale of a tricky scratchbuild in P4.
LSWR Lattice Post Signal in 7mm
Issue 51 (1991)
With his usual thoroughness of approach, Peter Squibb forsakes his usual 4mm to rise to a different challenge - an 0 scale depiction of the distinctive and delicate silhouette of South Western latticework.
Scratchbuilt LSWR bracket based on the platform starting signals at Swanage. Includes scale drawings and prototype photographs.
Signal and Turnout Operating Unit
Issue 131 (2001)
Peter Squibb builds a geared unit from Brassmasters
Springs, Boxes & Pipes
Issue 110 (1999)
Three elements of construction which needed special attention when scratchbuilding an unusual, early period wagon.
Issue 9 (1986)
The magnificent layout of the Southampton Area Group of the Scalefour Society, described by Peter Squibb.
Mid-1920's GWR model of WInchester (Chesil) station.