31 results found for 'container'
Issue 121 (2000)
Gerry Beale builds the Parkside Dundas GWR H7 conflat and BC-1 container kits in 7mm
A quick upgrade of a Conflat and Container
Issue 230 (2014)
Tim Peacock describes how he refined a Parkside Conflat A (Dia 1/067) IIT container wagon and Cambrian A-type container (C31)
Another sort of Riveting Tool
Issue 223 (2013)
Keith Ettle describes John Hayes' scrawker blade handle and rivet maker - tools he borrowed and used when building his 4mm B-type container featured in MRJ 219.
Issue 191 (2009)
Modelling modern structures to the highest standards calls for as much skilled technique and attention to detail as any Pendon essay in card, cat's whiskers and watercolour. With his customary engineering finesse, Tony Sissons builds an exquisite 4mm scale model of an ultra-functional signal box that's a great deal more than just a pair or containers on stilts.
Construction of prefab signal box based on a prototype at Castleford, Yorkshire, using styrene sheet and brass.
Issue 43 (1990)
Roger Marsh, whose excellent 3mm finescale stock has been seen in these pages before, turns his attention to the container traffic of the 1940s, '50s and '60s - a surprisingly neglected area of study, considering how much the railway depended on it. The techniques are simple (if fiddly in 3mm scale) and widely applicable, producing stock of great visual interest and character.
Container Traffic in 7mm
Issue 89 (1996)
Inspired by 3mm models seen in MRJ, Gerry Beale eventually gets around to building his own in 7mm, thanks to some new Slater's kits.
ABS Models GWR Conflat. Slater's BR standard conflat A wagon and A and BD type containers. ABS Models LMS fitted 3-plank dropside wagon ('Medfit').
Container wagons in 4mm scale
Issue 177 (2007)
Don't sell those old Airfix container wagons on eBay, says Mick Moore. With a new chassis and correctly modelled chains and shackles, they could be the basis of a stunning finescale upgrade.
Little Boxes: The H-type Container
Issue 203 (2010)
Geoff Kent builds one of these elusive 3-plank open containers.
LMS Wagon Miscellany - No.2
Issue 78 (1995)
In his second article in this series, Martin Goodall builds two of the numerous 5-plank standard opens of the LMS, plus a three-planker and its container.
LMS high-sided goods wagon (Dia.1666). LMS medium goods wagon (Dia. 1927). LMS Type D container. Based on the Ian Kirk kit.
LNER Container Flat, 7mm
Compendium 3 (1997)
Adapting a Gibson RCH underframe kit, by Deryck Featherstone