15 results found for 'Philip Hall'
Issue 78 (1995)
Philip Hall and Colin Gibbard review another top-quality tool from GW Models.
SR Queen Mary Brake Van
Issue 254 (2017)
Philip Hall takes a long-established RTR model and upgrades it to finescale standards
The Maunsell 58ft rebuilt Coach
Issue 251 (2016)
Sometimes the unexpected happens, and Hornby's newly released SR 58ft Maunsell Rebuilt, ex-LSWR coaches are just that. Who would have thought a handful of years ago, that we would be featuring the conversion to P4 of a RTR model of an ex-London & South Western Railway coach, but in this issue we are. Delighted by the models, we have Philip Hall the project, and asked him to suggest any minor detailing improvements that he felt would enhance these models further...
The 'Taw Vale Light'
Issue 5 (1986)
The Taw Vale Light Railway is remarkable in many ways, combining compactness with an open, airy feel and portraying a down-at-heel line on a baseboard that is in itself a high quality household ornament. Philip Hall discusses his creation.
Fictional light railway terminus set in 1950s Devon.
Universal Rivet Tool
Issue 103 (1998)
Philip Hall looks at the latest precision modelling aid from GW Models. At £85, it's no small investment, but it does break new ground.