5 results found for 'Roger Marsh'
A Brace of GNR Brakes
Issue 35 (1989)
Two, trophy winning, 3mm finescale brake vans which are fully compensated, expertly detailed and beautifully finished in a scale that many don't associate with finescale.
Issue 43 (1990)
Roger Marsh, whose excellent 3mm finescale stock has been seen in these pages before, turns his attention to the container traffic of the 1940s, '50s and '60s - a surprisingly neglected area of study, considering how much the railway depended on it. The techniques are simple (if fiddly in 3mm scale) and widely applicable, producing stock of great visual interest and character.
The King's Horsebox
Issue 42 (1990)
A photograph of an LNER horsebox published in the Three Millimetre Society's magazine, Mixed Traffic, prompted Roger Marsh to do the research that resulted in these drawings.
Tired Timber and Faded Lettering
Issue 184 (2008)
A simplified way of painting ex-private owner wagons in their final days, described by Roger Marsh.
Variations on a theme by Robinson - the reboilered LNER O4 2-8-0s
Issue 156 (2005)
John Sutton and Roger Marsh summarise the development of a fascinating series of sub-classes.