6 results found for 'Tony Wilson'
Great Eastern E22 Kit in 4mm
Issue 34 (1989)
Tony Wilson builds the first complete kit from Riceworks
Inkerman Street - The Track
Issue 37 (1990)
Tony Wilson built the massive scissors cross-over and reveals MRJ's formula for getting people to build things without knowing they've agreed to it. Barry Norman tells how he connected this monster to the rest of Inkerman St, trackwork
No. 1 Shop: A body for the 'H'
Issue 4 (1985)
The man who drew the short straw in the 'H' class project was Tony Wilson, to whom fell the task of constructing the Wills body kit. As will be apparent, the kit gave few problems. There was, however, room for improvement in one important area.
Assembling the Wills kit
Resurrecting a Dinosaur
Compendium 1 (1988)
Don Rowlands' reminiscences in MRJ about the long lost etch kit pioneers, Sayer Chaplin, eventually led to an almost complete example falling into our hands. MRJ regular Tony Wilson took up the trowel and pith helmet for an archaeological dig. comparing this early 'engraving' with today's sophisticated offerings.
Sophisticating the '08'
Issue 8 (1986)
BR's 350 h.p. diesel shnter, the Class '08' 0-6-0, may be a humble labourer, but it is by no means a simple machine,as Tony Wilson found out. Here he examines the prototype and upgrades the 4mm Modern Outline Kits version, a sophisticated model to start with.
The kit provides parts allowing for all the normal variations of class 08, class 09 and class 13 (requiring 2 kits).
The NER P3 (in P4!)
Issue 72 (1994)
Essex an Tony Wilson decided to take on the North East's finest by building a 4mm/P4 NER P3 from Dave Bradwell's state-of-the-art kit. Something fell on it (possibly the fluffy dice in the Capri) and he dropped it (probably dazzled by his medallion), but Tony eventually won. And no, it wasn't the world's first XR3i Turbo P3, but the very picture of North Eastern elegance and restraint.
NER Wordsel P3 Class 0-6-0.