3 results found for 'Ivan Maxted'

  • Cutting through chalk

    Ivan Maxted

    Issue 15 (1987)

    p.151

    Darenth is the creation of the Maxted family and represents a Kentish branch line during the late 1950s. Whilst a description of this attractive EM layout will appear in the next issue, by way of an introduction we publish here details of the methods used to model the attractive scenic effects including a very distinctive feature of Southern England's topography.

    Modelling chalk cuttings.

    Tags: layouts, scenery

  • Darenth - an EM Gauge Convention

    Ivan Maxted

    Issue 16 (1987)

    p.178

    4mm/EM

    The conclusion of Ivan Maxted's account of the family layout, following on from his article on modelling chalk cuttings in MRJ No. 15. The real pleasure to be had from 'moving up'to finer standards comes through in Ivan's story.

    1950s era branch terminus based on a planned-but-never-built line in South-East England.

    Tags: BR / British Railways / British Rail, layouts

  • Darenth Goes Upscale

    Ivan Maxted

    Issue 55 (1992)

    p.122

    7mm/0

    Ivan Maxted built the latest incarnation of 'Darenth' in 0 Scale, and found it a rewarding experience.

    Tags: BR / British Railways / British Rail, layouts, light railways