16 results found for 'Steve Hall'
A Victorian Skeleton
Issue 120 (2000)
Steve Hall gets that glazed look over a delicate structure.
Modelling the Halifax St. Paul's station canopy in derelict, 1950s condition, for Halifax Kings Cross
Block Instruments for Drighlington and Adwalton
Issue 228 (2014)
Steve Hall explains how he adopted a different approach in designing and building block instruments for his new layout.
Issue 151 (2004)
Tempted by an untouched second-hand kit, Steve Hall got more than he bargained for.
Issue 163 (2005)
New-generation OO gauge RTR offers finescale modellers a pain-free way of building up a wagon fleet - simply change the wheels and couplings, add a waft of weathering and you can be running trains that same evening. But when it came to Heljan's new 24T ballast hopper, Steve Hall found that conversion to P4 was anything but quick 'n' easy.
Drighlington for Adwalton
Issue 201 (2010)
Steve Hall explains the background to his current project, a large 4mm layout based on an ex-GNR prototype, looking at the prototype timetable and operations, the moving on to explain how he has gone about starting to turn the dream into a reality.
Drighlington for Adwalton (Part 2)
Issue 232 (2014)
Many of us would lose heart if just when we were getting close to achieving our dream project we had to move house - and then build a new railway room to re-house it. Steve Hall did just that and brings us up to date
Drighlington for Adwalton (Part 3)
Issue 236 (2015)
Steve Hall continues the story
Issue 153 (2004)
No measuring, no rail cutting, no soldering, it sounds like a trackbuilder's dream. Steve Hall assess the merits of Exactoscale's P4 pointwork kit.
From Hull, Hell and Halifax
Issue 98 (1997)
For Steve Hall, the smoke, dirt and dark satanic mills of the West Riding represent the golden days of his youth. He's tried to recapture some of that magic in his superb 4mm/P4 layout.
Steam-diesel transition era layout.
Issue 154 (2004)
Steve Hall assembles a rake of 4mm scale ballast wagons from Parkside plastic kits.