7 results found for 'Stewart Hine'
2mm Down the Tube
Issue 43 (1990)
The working Underground station on the Model Railway Club's remarkable 'Copenhagen Fields' layout is a project Stewart Hine stumbled into - and from which he coudn't escape! Representing a tiny prototype in a tiny scale was tricky enough, but it all had to be installed in the hot and gloomy bowels of the main baseboards - an automatic layout-within-a-layout.
A New Form of Banana Power
Issue 21 (1988)
Following Monty Wells' major conversion of Lima's GWR railcars to a twin-set (MRJ 5&6), Stewart Hine comes up with an alternative - and invisible - power source. The principle is applicable to a wide range of railcars and DMUs.
DIY Plastic Moulding
Issue 55 (1992)
In the second of our series on home production techniques, Stewart Hine explains how you can 'squirt' your own plastic components.
Pen Tor Road's Four-Holer
Issue 61 (1993)
Stewart Hine rolls a few proven good ideas into a mechanism for Pendon Museum.
Pendon's Point Motors
Issue 125 (2001)
Stewart Hine and Paul King describe the design of point motors used at Pendon
'H.H.' and Bert Groves and Rydes Vale
Issue 89 (1996)
Stewart Hine celebrates one of the earliest - and certainly the most charismatic - 2mm layouts of all time, part of which will be on show at the Scale Show at Bletchley.
'Perspex-and-Doily' Toplights in 2mm
Issue 47 (1991)
Back in the days when dinosaurs roamed the earth, Stewart Hine devised an 'impressionist' method of coachbuilding in the smallest scale. It's still effective - and not just for 2mm.