8 results found for 'Roy Jackson'
Issue 15 (1987)
Roy Jackson, John Phillips and Geoff Kent introduce their magnificent new layout, the sucessor to 'Hgh Dyke'. This, the background to 'Dunwich', is the layout's first appearance in print - the forerunner of several constructional articles scheduled for MRJ.
High Dyke in hindsight
Issue 180 (2008)
25 years ago, one of the most influential EM gauge layouts ever built made its farewell public appearance. Its exhibition life had lasted barely 3 years (it had taken less than two to build it) but in the time High Dyke set new standards for realism, operational interest and reliable running. Roy Jackson, Geoff Kent and John Phillips look back at the layout that laid the foundations for Dunwich, Blakeney and ultimately Retford itself.
Locomotives of Dunwich
Issue 18 (1987)
Roy Jackson is the first to admit that his views - and the way he puts them - have not always endeared him to fellow modellers. But his loco building performance on a series of notable layouts, and most recently as CME of the EM triumph 'Dunwich', has always vindicated his somewhat harsh, sometimes hilarious words. Before going on to describe the locomotives of Dunwich in a little more details, Roy, going into print for the first time, provides his 'let's-get-a-few-things-straight' preamble. Some of you may care to hold on to your hats.
Locomotives of Dunwich - Part 2
Issue 194 (2009)
Roy Jackson continues (from MRJ 18!) his loreview of the construction techniques he employs on his locomotives, by looking at the construction of LNER A3 no.60108 Gay Crusader built from a DJH kit with rigid chassis.
Lomotives of Dunwich: Part 3 - Floppychas or beam compensation
Issue 207 (2011)
Roy Jackson takes a step-by-step, back to basics look at how he went about building a compensated chassis for an old Airfix N7 0-6-2T body using Alan Gibson frames, wheels and crankpins, Mashima can motor and High Level Models gearbox.
Merlin smashes Mallard's speed record!
Issue 159 (2005)
Roy Jackson installs a digital speedometer on the East Coast Main Line
Ready-to-Run in the Journal?
Issue 200 (2010)
Roy Jackson and the Retford Team appraise Bachmann's latest.
Bachmann LNER/BR(ER) 04 2-8-0. Review and EM conversion.
Retford in 4mm
Issue 118 (2000)
Roy Jackson describes his dream layout