6 results found for 'Ralph Burrows'
Issue 161 (2005)
The re-roofed steam sheds of the 1950s won few architectural prizes for elegance but their austere functionality is uniquely evocative of the period. Ralph Burrows of Bath built this 4mm scale model of Tunbridge Wells West for a friend's layout based on Eridge.
Issue 192 (2009)
Ralph Burrows built this fine 4mm scale portrait of a remote Sussex station as a reminder of long-ago cycling excursions.
Issue 213 (2012)
Here Ralph Burrows introduces us to his recent extension to Wanhurst, and, in particular, one of his fine buildings, The Lodge, an Arts and Crafts style house of handsome proportions, that dominates Wanhurst Common.
The Old Toll House
Issue 247 (2016)
Inspired by the architecture of Hampshire, Ralph Burrows found The Old Tollhouse by chance, and it has become the subject of another fine model on his Wanhurst layout previously featured in MRJ 174
Water Tower at 75F
Issue 239 (2015)
Photograph and description of Ralph's scratchbuilt model of Tunbridge Wells West locomotive shed's water tower.
'You are approaching the STRONG COUNTRY'
Issue 174 (2007)
Ralph Burrows' evocation of the Hampshire of his youth is a masterpiece of quiet observation and consummate architectural modelmaking - a delicious cameo of 1960s Britain that is as remarkable for what it leaves out as the details he puts in.