7 results found for 'Mike Peascod'

  • A Loaded Carriage Truck in 7mm

    Bob Essery, Mike Peascod, Nelson Twells

    Issue 7 (1986)

    p.87

    7mm

    Having already expounded on the attraction of Edwardian railways - not to mention the problems of portraying them accurately - Bob Essey joins fellow LMS Society members Nelson Twells and Mike Peascod and gets down to work. Bob built the truck, Nelson the pantechnicon and Mike did the drawing.

    Construction of a MR 20 ton Open Carriage Truck (Lot 551) conveying a furniture removal pantechnicon (horse-drawn furniture removal van).

    Tags: drawings / plans, MR / Midland Railway, plasticard / styrene, prototype, scratchbuilding, wagons

  • An Early Furness Mineral Wagon

    Mike Peascod

    Issue 15 (1987)

    p.150

    Details and drawing of an 1864 prototype.

    Tags: drawings / plans, pre-grouping, prototype, wagons

  • Bodmin in Retrospect

    Mike Peascod

    Issue 145 (2003)

    p.216

    4mm/P4

    As one of the defining layouts of the early P4 period, Bodmin inspired a generation of finescale modellers. There's a rare opportunity to see it again at Scaleforum. Mike Peascod, former Chairman of the Scalefour Society, outlines its significance.

    Tags: GWR / Great Western Railway, layouts

  • Furness Railway Covered Vans

    Mike Peascod

    Issue 44 (1991)

    p.17

    Mike Peascod delves into the mysterious past of the Furness Railway's populous but old-fashioned covered vans. This is the result of his detective work.

    Furness Railway 10 ton van.

    Tags: drawings / plans, Furness Railway, prototype, vans

  • Ken York

    Bob Essery, Mike Peascod, Malcolm Cross

    Issue 20 (1988)

    p.34

    Ken York, P4 pioneer, Scalefour Society founder member, Scaleforum manager, the power behind 'Heckmondwike' and 'Bodmin', died in October last year at the age of 42. He took his own life for reasons that can only be guessed at. What is known, however, is that his uncompromising modelling ideals and great personal drive combined to make him an unstoppable force for the good of finescale modelling as a whole and 4mm scale in particular. The sum of his achievements add up to far more than a list of layouts, society posts and Scaleforum dates - it spawned, rather, an attitude, an idea that the pursuit of perfection might be an enjoyable and respectable thing to do in an age when standards in all things were generally seen to be in decline. It is an ethic which lives and grows in finescale modelling to this day. Here, some of Ken's friends remember the 'tough cookie' policeman who carried the P4 banner.

    Tags: obituaries

  • Modellers of Stature

    Mike Peascod

    Issue 203 (2010)

    p.319

    The Cumbrian Railways Association Pochin/Shillcock Collection of Historic Models

    Tags: biography, societies

  • Pettigrew's Furness Passenger Engines of 1901

    Mike Peascod

    Compendium 3 (1997)

    p.62

    Drawn and described by Mike Peascod.

    Tags: Furness Railway, prototype, steam locomotives