14 results found for 'Steve Barnfield'

  • Colsterdale, NER

    Steve Barnfield

    Issue 29 (1989)



    Steve Barnfield, best known as a model painter of very high calibre, is also a layout builder and exhibitor (which perhaps makes him a masochist on two counts!). Here he describes an 'extension' which became a layout in its own right.

    Tags: layouts, NER / North Eastern Railway

  • GNR A1 in 7mm

    Steve Barnfield

    Issue 100 (1998)



    Steve Barnfield has built the Finney A1 as intended.

    Martin Finney Gresley A1 Pacific.

    Tags: GNR / Great Northern Railway, kits, steam locomotives

  • Gresley A1 in 4mm

    Steve Barnfield

    Issue 52 (1992)



    Steve Barnfield builds an EM model of one of Britain's most loved and admired locomotives, using the DJH kit as a basis.

    Tags: kits, LNER / London & North Eastern Railway, steam locomotives

  • Manning Wardle Class I in 4mm

    Steve Barnfield

    Issue 48 (1991)



    Steve Barnfield builds an Impetus kit of 'Sidlesham', the Selsey Tramway's Manning Wardle of the type featured in MRJ No.12.

    Impetus kit.

    Tags: kits, steam locomotives

  • MRJ Portfolio

    Issue 179 (2007)



    Scratcbuilt ScaleSeven Thompson class A1/1 Pacific Great Northern by Steve Barnfield

    Tags: BR / British Railways / British Rail, MRJ Portfolio, scratchbuilding, steam locomotives

  • NER Lattice Footbridge

    Steve Barnfield

    Issue 113 (1999)



    Over 25 years after that famous George Alan kit of a GWR footbridge, Steve Barnfield tries another - a 4mm NER version from Fence Houses Model Foundry - and finds that lessons have been learnt.

    Tags: kits, NER / North Eastern Railway

  • NER Loco Coal and Salt Wagon in 4mm

    Steve Barnfield

    Issue 45 (1991)


    Steve Barnfield builds a pair of opens from a new manufacturer.

    Diagram Q1 Loco Coal Wagon and diagram C11 Salt Wagon from 51L kits.

    Tags: drawings / plans, kits, NER / North Eastern Railway, product reviews, wagons

  • Small Suppliers Forum

    Issue 39 (1990)


    C&L Finescale ready-made P4,EM and 00 finescale pointwork. Gauge 0 Guild booklet 'Small Layouts. Steve Barnfield 4mm and 7mm NER loco and coach transfers. Lineside Models 7mm backscenes. MJT LNER standard coach buffers. New magazine 'Narrow Gauge and Industrial Railway Modelling Review'. Martin Finney etched 4mm GWR 28xx. Rodney Stenning 4mm narrow gauge stock and locos.

    Tags: Small Suppliers Forum

  • Small Suppliers Forum

    Issue 49 (1991)


    London Road Models, Metropolitan's Chesham shuttle set. Branchlines, 'Multibox' two stage gear box. Tupperware, 'mini hobby keeper'. Nonneminster Models, Sentinal/Rolls Royce four wheel diesel hydraulic white metal kit. Steve Barnfield, 4mm kits, NER Class H 0-4-0T (LNER Y7), H2 0-6-0T (LNER J79),NER coach kits. Industrial Railway Society, revised handbook Ex-BR Diesels In Industry, compiled by Adrian Booth. Impetus, 4mm 08 etched chassis kit, 7mm loco kits, B1, Crab and V2. Sharman Wheels. GW Models, 4mm components. D&S Models 4mm ex-LNER push-pull set.

    Tags: Small Suppliers Forum

  • Small Suppliers Forum

    Issue 59 (1992)


    Set Scenes scenic materials. D&S 'Methfix' type transfers for GNR/ECJ stock in 4mm & 7mm. Mosel Signal Engineering rub-down transfers for signal arms in 4mm and 7mm, also an etched kit for a SECR 'Dancehall' brakevan in 7mm. Mendip Models plastic sheet cutter. Caley Coaches 4mm NPCS kits: CCT, Fish Van & Meat Van. Turned 2mm diesel airhorns. Pivot Steel & piano wire supplies. Shesto's Archimedean Hand Drillers. Sherwood Models become sole distributors of proscale locomotive kits. Some of Steve Barnfield's NER kits withdrawn from range. LNER 4mm loco number plates, Crewe Special Tank, 2-2-2-2 Compound and Special DX kits - London Road Models. P4 Mulitgauge. Graskop and London Road Models RSU's. Hurst models change of address. 4mm Jackshaft Fowler 0-4-0 from Impetus. Marine books by Waine Research Publications. GW Models quartering jig. Lister 'L' stationary engine - Duncan Models. Alex Jackson coupling jig - Martin Brent.

    Tags: Small Suppliers Forum