6 results found for 'Malcolm Mitchell'

  • 4mm County Tank

    Malcolm Mitchell

    Issue 30 (1989)

    p.127

    4mm

    Malcolm Mitchell reviews the M&L Premier kit.

    GWR 2221 'County Tank' class 4-4-2T

    Tags: GWR / Great Western Railway, kits, product reviews, steam locomotives

  • Editor's musings

    Malcolm Mitchell

    Issue 196 (2010)

    p.10

    Malcolm Mitchell, guest editor for this issue, reflects on the advances in accuracy and detail of models over the years and how this has largely been the result of the work of a pioneering few.

  • Model Loco Finishing

    Malcolm Mitchell

    Issue 237 (2015)

    p.42

    7mm

    Malcolm Mitchell is renowned for his exquisite workmanship in loco kit building, so ew asked him to pass on a few tips which might help the rest of us improve. The example he uses is a 7mm scale GWR 45XX Prairie.

    Tags: GWR / Great Western Railway, kits, locomotives, techniques

  • The British Hedgerow

    Malcolm Mitchell

    Issue 24 (1988)

    p.193

    Malcolm Mitchell has discovered a hitherto unpublished article by his old friend and mentor, the late George Iliffe Stokes. Although written over fifteen years ago, the content remains totally relevant to today's modeller and we are pleased to offer it as another tribute to George's mastery of scenic modelling.

    Tags: agriculture / farming, scenery

  • The Reverend Peter Denny 1917-2009

    Paul Karau, Malcolm Mitchell

    Issue 197 (2010)

    p.76

    Tags: obituaries

  • The Scenic Art of George Iliffe Stokes, 1900-1982

    Malcolm Mitchell

    Issue 13 (1987)

    p.42

    George Iliffe Stokes possessed a remarkable modelling talent - a rich gift for realism that marked him down as one of the hobby's most important figures more than 30 years ago. In modelling, as in the rest of his amazing life, he was an adventurer, an innovator and an 'ideas man'. Malcolm Mitchell, one of our leading kit designers, was an intimate family friend of George and Doris Stokes and has produced this affectionate biography to MRJ's commission. It is the frank story of a man who has a unique place in the growth and refinement of small scale railway modelling. For the first time, Malcolm has made his enormous collection of Stokes' photographs and graphics available for publication.

    Tags: biography, buildings, scenery