10 results found for 'Roger Lycett-Smith'
A Ford Lorry in 4mm Scale
Issue 193 (2009)
'Military Wheels' kit of Ford Model 'B' lorry in 1/72 scale.
An EM 'Earl'
Issue 126 (2001)
Roger Lycett-Smith tweaks his 4mm 4-4-0 to make it go round tight curves.
An Update on Llanfair
Issue 242 (2015)
Roger Lycett-Smith has kindly sent in a few recent pictures of his EM gauge Cambrian Railways Llanfair terminus which, despite being squeezed into a tiny space, even incorporates two private sidings serving a quarry and a mill. Since it was last featured he has replaced the station building with a more authentic design.
Issue 228 (2014)
Roger Lycett-Smith describes the method he used to create the backscene for his Cambrian layout.
Issue 56 (1992)
Locomotive axles should show their dimples, thinks Roger Lycett-Smith. He devised a simple tool to add them to standard 4mm finescale types.
Make axle 'dimples' using a tube, punch and block of hardwood.
Ponthafren Change for Llanfair
Issue 154 (2004)
Within the confines of a tiny 8ft bedroom, Roger Lycett-Smith brilliantly recaptures the atmosphere of the old Cambrian Railway after it had become the GWR's Central Wales Division.
Suspension for 4mm Road Vehicles
Issue 100 (1998)
The Writing Lamp
Issue 75 (1994)
A felt tip recycled into a yard lamp.
Towards Scale Barbed Wire
Issue 188 (2009)
Roger Lycett-Smith gets weaving with a production process he first tried at infant school.
Trestle Bridges, Cambrian Style
Issue 57 (1992)
The Cambrian Railway's cheapskate timber bridges and viaducts, similar in style and design to many used by other companies, make a simple and effective 4mm model. Roger Lycett-Smith, who is slowly tracking down all existing examples, tells you how.