8 results found for 'Tony Reynalds'
Issue 196 (2010)
Tony Reynalds describes his first foray into using ball bearing axleboxes in place of standard plain brass axleboxes and assesses their benefits.
Issue 53 (1992)
As well as a remarkable engineer, Tony Reynalds possesses the almost uncanny ability to crystalise the very essence of the prototypes he models - a talent that many people believe marks him out as the new Beeson. A well-equipped and committed professional, his sheer enthusiasm for the job ensures that real character is injected into everything he does, as demonstrated by this run-down on the creation of the 7mm scale GWR 'Atbara' Class 4-4-0 No. 3390 (as featured in 'Portfolio', MRJ No.45).
Issue 116 (2000)
Whenever we see Tony Reynalds demonstrating at exhibitions, he is invariably surrounded by a band of onlookers firing questions at him about how to do this or that and he is always happy to explain. So we are delighted to present his description of some of the techniques he used to create 7mm scale examples of a popular locomotive.
Issue 117 (2000)
Concluding the tale of one of Tony Reynalds' remarkable forays into the LMS.
Issue 11 (1986)
Recently commissioned into service at Pendon, and receiving wide acclaim, is the turntable at Pen Tor Road locomotive shed. Built by Tony Reynalds, this 4mm scale creation is modelled on an original at Kingswear in South Devon and is described here in an MRJ report.
Issue 22 (1988)
Tony Reynalds, one of Pendon Museum's locomotive builders, explains how in a rash moment he 'volunteered' to build the latest 7mm scale kit from Eric Underhill. He even overcame his usual reluctance to put pen to paper and report his findings.
GWR 2021 class 0-6-0ST.
Issue 73 (1994)
Advice for anyone contemplating a 'Castle'.
Issue 74 (1994)
Tony Reynalds concludes his look at GWR 'Castles' with some advice on redneding them in 7mm scale.
Includes reproduction of original Swindon locomotive drawings.