13 results found for 'Tom Mallard'
A Simple 8750 Pannier Tank in 4mm
Issue 189 (2009)
Part scratchbuilt, part Martin Finney 1854 class pannier kit-bash running on High Level chassis and Ultrascale wheels.
A Trio of Gresley O2s in P4
Issue 223 (2013)
Tom Mallard describes how he built three Gresley O2s, a rarely modelled prototype, in P4 using Exactoscale wheels.
A Trio of Gresley O2s in P4 - Part 2
Issue 228 (2014)
Following on from his description of chassis design and wheelset considerations in MRJ 223, Tom Mallard writes a little on the rest of the models. Small variations or or refinements were introduced as this group of models came into being (overall taking some 3 years or so).
Issue 165 (2006)
Tom Mallard employs a mixture of cutting-edge CAD technology, traditional scratchbuilding and unashamed kit borrowing to build this splendid pair of LSWR 700 Goods.
Black Motors Part Two
Issue 167 (2006)
Tom Mallard continues contruction work on his exquisite pair of LSWR 70 Goods.
Combining the Old with the New
Issue 185 (2008)
Tom Mallard splices together two Martin Finney kits to create a P4 model of the much-loved Dukedog.
32xx Dukedog class built using a Duke and Bulldog kit.
Ex-LNER BR 61632 Belvoir Castle in 1957 condition
Issue 242 (2015)
This P4 gem uses a concoction from various sources to represent the prototype. Tom Mallard made substantial use of Dave Bradwell's B1 chassis kit, whilst the key bodywork parts were from a combination of specially commissioned etches and sheet metal cut and built up by hand. Here he outlines the construction.
LNER B2 class 4-6-0.
Getting the Look
Issue 263 (2018)
Tom Mallard describes how he modified a Dean Goods loco built by John Hayes from a Martin Finney kit to better capture the distinctive character of the prototype
Great Western Gas Lamps in 4mm
Issue 228 (2014)
Tom Mallard outlines the methods he used to build 4mm scale GWR station lamps.
Simplicity itself - a postwar 3F
Issue 176 (2007)
Whether in prototype or model form, was there ever a more uncomplicated workaday locomotive than those Johnson/Deeley 3Fs? Tom Mallard tries out some new constructional ideas with his P4 version.