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Health warning : it's not that interesting Glad I put the year in the blog updates... So, I have at least started the wiring of board 4. I do this with the board on end so I can see what I'm doing and more importantly, have access to the CD player to take away the monotony. Palatine droppers are sol...
Source: The Strawberry Line | 25 Jun 2017
Haven't really achieved much of late, more kind of working on bits and pieces when I've time. The brake van has been painted and lettered. I'll give it a little weathering before it enters service and must put the stove chimney on and find a suitable guard to stand on the veranda. The ECC wagon has ...
Source: Ullypug's tales from the tinking table | 25 Jun 2017
Progress continues on the works end of Fen End Pit and I've started thinking about the design of the two road shed. The size is fixed by the site, 330mm x 220mm and the height which needs about 9 scale feet. I want something suitably agricultural and given the Fens the construction material of choic...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 25 Jun 2017
So with an envelope from Fox waiting for me as I got home from work yesterday, it was time to crack on and finish off the Modified Hall. The first job was to prepare the plates, as ever its a very tedious job removing the fairing from the bottom of the plate. This is made a little more difficul...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 22 Jun 2017
Over the last month I've managed to complete the track laying on the final board of the rebuilt Fen End Pit. This board is completely new and will feature a two-road engine shed as well as the unloading point, conveyor and rotating screen. Most of the point work and track has 3D printed track bases ...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 21 Jun 2017
As it is still far too hot to go in the garage and work on Brent, I am getting on with finishing off the Modified Hall.  The first task tonight was to modify the front end of the chassis block in order to provide clearance for newly fitted step down in the front footplate. The Brassmasters ins...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 20 Jun 2017
Well done Eric!http://www.lbscr.org/Models/Journal/LBSCR-Modellers-Digest-5.pdf...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 17 Jun 2017
Following the last delivery from the etchers, it was time to get on and do the first test builds.  First up was the dia 51 Full Brake.  This vehicle was one of the later coaches from the Highland Railway and was of similar design to the cove roof corridor coaches that have been available from Loch...
Source: highland miscellany | 16 Jun 2017
Following on from my pre work modelling session, this evening I have made another step forward on the modified hall. I have decided to go with the Bachmann tender, the Hornby one will return to the spares box for the moment (though I have seen reference to Maindy Hall running in late 47 with a haw...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 13 Jun 2017
A few years ago I was working on a fleet of grampuses (yes that is the plural before anyone asks) for New Street but the project stalled when I decided i wanted to etch new baskets, door bangers and steps for them. This has been on my to do list for a long time but things have changed in that time a...
Source: P4NewStreet | 13 Jun 2017
Brettel road now has its final front and backscenes added. More work to do on the fronts yet but its starting to look like a proper layout!Here is a view of the warehouse with the new backscene in the distance.   Ive decided to take some pictures of trains too. (sorry this post isn’t a bit m...
Source: P4NewStreet | 13 Jun 2017
This morning I was woken up at a ridiculously early hour by both children, having settled them down and got myself ready for work I glanced at the clock and realised there was still an hour until I needed to leave the house. Only one thing for it, crack on with the Modified Hall!  The fir...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 13 Jun 2017
A little more work on rebranding of my modified hall, as mentioned previously I have started redoing the boiler lining from bachmanns red to orange. In each case the transfers were pressed into place and the backing paper was removed with microsol (with the aim that it would soften the transfer ov...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 12 Jun 2017
Some time ago, I reported on fitting ceramic stay alive capacitors to my little class 02 shunter.   Subsequently I found out about the performance drop-off in ceramic capacitors near their rated voltage, and that means their performance for stay alive isn't as good as one might hope.&...
Source: Various and Random | 11 Jun 2017
Spitfire is now (finally) finished, I had real problems with the HMRS transfers not sticking. Eventually after a couple of failed attempts at using varnish to stick them down, I removed the problem transfers and replaced with a new set.  While I was at it I also got on with the final major job...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 4 Jun 2017
I've been asked if I should make only sides for the 4mm carriages and you can buy a Roxey carriage and just swap the sides for other kinds. What are your thoughts on this please?...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 31 May 2017
Today I have been debating the benefits of lining coaches vs buying a bow pen and painting them on. Working from a photo of the prototype, it was determined that Kingsbridge Branch No 2 was in wartime brown in the late 40s (while No1 was in Hawksworth livery as has already been modelled). Once ...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 29 May 2017
The roof is now painted brown, but I forgot to spray the area black first so it is a lot lighter than I would like. Hopefully a bit of weathering is going to darken it sufficiently.  While I was at it, the bogies chassis and ends were resprayed in black. Just need to work out how I am going t...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 29 May 2017
The first two B7 'King' Turnouts have been installed this afternoon together with the first two metre lengths of K&L flexitrack [ have I had it in stock that long!!]. The track board joints are my usual 12BA brass cheese-head screws through ply sleepers. With the holes are drilled 1.2mm and screwed ...
Source: barrowroad's Blog | 27 May 2017
With the body pretty much finished, I was left with a choice between adding the bodyside fittings or building the roof.  Given I was working outside, the roof seemed the safer option! As mentioned in part 5, I purchased a new roof back at Wells to replace the original which was rather bowed. ...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 26 May 2017
This coach has been kicking around for a long time, having started the build a week after the birth of my first daughter in January 2014!I am determined to get this model finished before the end of May! The first job (completed last night) was to glaze the coach and then fit the seats. The lat...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 26 May 2017
HiI have been asked for 4mm versions of the Stroudley Diagram 18, 23 and 33. I have an order for one off the 18 and 23 and two off the 33. Would anyone else who wishes copies of these to be made available in 4mm please contact me and offer to spread the cost of the photo tooling. I personally do not...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 25 May 2017
I spent the early part of this week visiting my friend Tim to get the extra bits of wood cut for Brettell Road. With Scaleforum looking at the end of September I needed to turn it from a plaything to something that could survive on the exhibition circuit. My list was as follows: 2 fiddleyards Casse...
Source: P4NewStreet | 25 May 2017
Some good weather this morning has resulted in a little more coach painting,  First up is another Railroad / Comet D95, rather a redundant coach to be honest (given that I now have 2 pairs of the new Hornby D95, and will likely add another pair when (if) Hornby do them in post war livery.) As s...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 21 May 2017
Doubting this post will interest many for a variety of reasons but I feel it deserves to be explained fully.  A few days ago I ripped the layout up.  P4 too hard for me? Giving up? Nope, neither. All is explained below.  I originally designed the layout to utilise the P&C already b...
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 20 May 2017
Both the Dia 33, left and Dia 23, right.The Dia 23 is a 2nd class saloonThe Dia 33 is an early version with long windows between doors, there being only low seat backs between the compartments here represented by some plasticard.I'll see if I can get some better photos as these are from my phone and...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 17 May 2017
Both C12 crossovers are now built, one for each end. Starting at the Lawrence Hill Junction end of the layout I have now extended the hand built track onto the first storage yard board to join up with the C12 crossover at that end. The first B7L turnout from the Up Main to the storage sidings is als...
Source: barrowroad's Blog | 17 May 2017
Just a note in case you're interested.I've started a thread in the Cameo Layout Challenge section of my entry, China House Quay.This is set in the Sutton Harbour area of Plymouth.More detail hereChina House Quay  Attached Thumbnails ...
Source: Ullypug's tales from the tinking table | 15 May 2017
The last actual building for Brettell road is now finished which means I can now give you a reasonable overview of how the layout will look. There is still more to do and more clutter to add yet. I want to add a couple of cranes to this scene too.  Here’s how the area looks at night. The cour...
Source: P4NewStreet | 15 May 2017
This is one of the carriages I have always liked the look of and wanted to make a model of. I have completed the trial etch as an early example with upper stepboard and lower footboard but it will also be possible to make it with a continuous upper stepboard if representing a later period.I hav...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 15 May 2017
Back in one of my very first posts I explained the origins of the layout’s name; which has a lot more to it than might first appear (for any of you that have missed this post, follow the link back to discover the world of Glenmutchkin that Professor Aytoun created. I had been aware that others...
Source: highland miscellany | 14 May 2017
When Hornby announced that they were producing a J15 I was very happy. A favourite locomotive read-to-run and an excuse to get a second to go along side my kit build model Alan Gibson.    Initial inspection gave the impression of a nicely made model but the more I looked at it the more I f...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 13 May 2017
Considering a cameo layout, based on the plateway that ran from Radstock to Midford, along the towpath of the Somerset Coal Canal. Gauge was 3'5 1/2". I'm envisaging a scene, based on the wharf at Wellow, including the tunnel portal. Built in about 1815, ran for about 56 years, the replacement S&D o...
Source: Tim V's Workbench Blog | 10 May 2017
After a little bit of a break from stock work while I focus on the layout, this evening I have been trying to finish off 5071.   As previously mentioned the tender shell purchased for use with 5071 was not in great shape paint wise, and was resprayed black for my Star. This left me with a BR ...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 5 May 2017
Now that the evenings are getting longer and the weather a little warmer, I actually have a chance to get the airbrush going. I've quite a few jobs in the queue. The PDSWJR brake van is ongoing (more details to follow in another blog) but the Collett goods had got to the point where painting could c...
Source: Ullypug's tales from the tinking table | 4 May 2017
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 1 May 2017
Well I have been building test etches of a couple of Stroudley Carriages. The Dia 40 1st Brake with 4 wheels and an early saloon, the 6 wheeled Dia 18. These are the first Stroudley vehicles I have redrawn from 4 to 7mm and they are looking okay. I think I need to reposition the lower lamp irons ont...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 26 Apr 2017
7mm Type 9C Bk 2nd, etches only with instructions, as above, (SERKits again for the castings) £55. £4 P&P extra....
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 25 Apr 2017
While on holiday in Cornwall over Easter I visited the bookshop of the Launceston Steam Railway and purchased a copy of the Robert Hudson Light Railway catalogue from 1915 as reprinted by the Narrow Gauge Railway Society. I decided I'd try to draw up and print a U skip more as a scenic feature than...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 24 Apr 2017
Work continues on buildings for Brettell Road The big warehouse now has a roof (thanks to Mr Horn for his laser cut tiles.  Just the bridges and front/backscenes to do on this board and I can call it done. Looking the other way, I knocked up a very low relief building to go behind the pub.  Across...
Source: P4NewStreet | 23 Apr 2017
Oxford diecast continue to act as lifesavers in the world of road vehicles for more recent layouts.  Yes, they do tend to go for the more exotic (or chavvy) versions but when it’s that or nothing we can’t really complain a great deal.  Hence the Vauxhall Astra – supplied as the M...
Source: P4NewStreet | 23 Apr 2017
I have been building a couple of Mousa Model‘s kits lately; which has been a bit of a tale of the good, the bad and the ugly.  Whilst the bad one will be written about in due course, this is the good one!  The remarkable thing about it is its ease and speed of construction – so much so...
Source: highland miscellany | 22 Apr 2017
Another hours work this evening has the van almost finished.  First up the w irons were soldered onto the padding pieces, a combination of low melt and normal solder depending on the size of the packing piece (some were the thickness of the w iron, others twice the thickness.  With this in...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 19 Apr 2017
Wheal Imogen: 1980s/1990s China Clay Cameo in P4 Its been a long time since my last exhibition layout, getting close to 10 years since Blackcombe Torr's first (and only) exhibition. But thoughts have now turned to a replacement. My main focus is towards a long term project set around Sou...
Source: The Fatadder's Workbench | 19 Apr 2017
Back in 2012 I purchased a Dave Geen kit for a GWR diagram Y3 Fruit C, at the time I opened it up and had a quick look (identifying an issue with the lack of floor) before putting it back in a box for another day. In the following years I have completely forgotten about it (and managed to lose ...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 19 Apr 2017
Dad coming good with a promise… In 2004 an eager but very flu affected 7 year old got himself out of a sickbed to drive with us all the way to York to see and ride behind the Flying Scotsman.  Imagine his dissapointment to find that she had failed and was in for maintenance. The Black 5 on th...
Source: highland miscellany | 19 Apr 2017
So whilst I was waiting for the family to get up this morning (they didn't), I spent some time adding all the remaining bits and pieces to the brake van. Annoyingly, I don't have any of the right pattern axle boxes but I'm sure I'll find something suitable on the 51l stand at Bristol in a couple of ...
Source: Ullypug's tales from the tinking table | 17 Apr 2017
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 15 Apr 2017
Bit of a slightly mad one this, I was awake for a very long time so I hope you'll forgive me for being groggy and slightly bonkers all at once, wasn't in my best of minds being awake almost 40 hours (by the end of the night it was) so there you go!  If you want to see the other parts again find...
Source: Knuckles' RWS, P4 & SCC Blog | 15 Apr 2017
Having taken a few days off to make a long Easter break and absent the family for a few days, I have set about the wiring of the layout as it has laid untouched for too long! First things first was to mount the control panel and rather smart it looks too………. Control panel mounted i...
Source: highland miscellany | 15 Apr 2017
I've been off work, staying the week with the family up on the North Yorkshire Moors. I managed to sneak a small modelling box of bits and pieces in the car 'in case of rainy days' etc. In-between chasing real trains and trips out, I've been busy at the kitchen table. The prototype in question is a ...
Source: Ullypug's tales from the tinking table | 14 Apr 2017
Since my last entry I have had a rethink on the curved scissors crossover. It is critical to the running of the layout and being on a curve I have decided to simplify the entrance/exit of the Up and Down storage sidings by using a single crossover at each end. These will be C12 1600mm radius one wil...
Source: barrowroad's Blog | 10 Apr 2017
The latest loco project for Brent is to make a Modified Hall, to that end I have picked up one of the recent Bachmann model at a bargain price to use as a basis. The first question is which loco to model, for this I am rather torn. As it comes the model is in BR green (weathered) with a Hawksw...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 10 Apr 2017
Full size version on Flickr....
Source: Eastmoor | 8 Apr 2017
I had a delivery at work which was rather more interesting than the average box of lease documents I usually get…………it looked like this. There are a number of items in this, some parts for some locos I have underway and an attempt to adjust the ECJS 6 wheeled bogies but the ...
Source: highland miscellany | 6 Apr 2017
Evening all after a very inspiring but tiring day at Scalefour North yesterday, I found time to make a little progress on the Collett Goods today. The tender chassis is virtually complete and just needs the vacuum tank adding before its ready for the paint shop. The loco chassis now has pick ups too...
Source: Ullypug's tales from the tinking table | 2 Apr 2017
Now all of you were far too polite to point out that just sticking a brake wheel on the back of a skip wouldn't exactly do much to slow it down and that my skip was actually lacking something very important i.e. brakes! I had fitted a second copy of my brake platform parts to another Binnie kit and ...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 2 Apr 2017
Now that I have some transfers (thanks to Lofty) I have finished off 4025 with some tender crests (HMRS) and a dcc installation (well rewire due to Hornby wiring up the 8pin socket wrong)   I now is at Soc1 standard (dcc, correct livery, correct number, basic details). Soc2 will add couplings ...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 30 Mar 2017
After a great deal of thought I've finally decided on a track plan for the fiddle yard - well the main bits anyway. There will be five storage sidings to the side of each of the up and down main running lines which will run through the middle of the sidings. The sixth track will be a run around loop...
Source: barrowroad's Blog | 28 Mar 2017
HiI have been building some of my stock for the last couple of weeks and drawing up the Craven 6wheel 1st type 12F, more a bit later on when I have a test etch. I sat down this afternoon, after a bit of time in the garden as it is also calls, to fit the buffers to the7mm scale 20D Craven Passen...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 28 Mar 2017
It's been a while since I last worked on this coach, but now I have a new soldering iron progress can continue.  When I left off there were the following jobs remaining -interior -roof detail -hinges -corridor connections -drop lights   The hinges and drop lights should have been fine befo...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 27 Mar 2017
Well, that’s true of the top side, where nothing visible has happened of late but there is progress when you look underneath. I have spent more than a few hours soldering dropper wires on about half of the track that has so far been laid.  All is neatly colour coded (hopefully). Another deve...
Source: highland miscellany | 26 Mar 2017
When I first build the 10RB dragline back in 2000 the tracks were made by heating plasticard under the grill and using a simple press tool to form each of the track plates. The result didn't look too bad but 17 years of service they had got pretty worn out. The plasticard was only 20 thou so the pre...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 25 Mar 2017
For a while I have been trying to source a Hornby Star to repaint in wartime black as 4025. Today a suitable model finally arrived, all be it the worst experience I have had buying off eBay (taking a long time to arrive, arriving damaged and not DCC fitted). But it was in budget for a DCC ready loc...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 25 Mar 2017
Just a quick update for today. I started to thin down the Replica tender side frames and didn't get very far before I realised it was going to take far too long and had no guarantee of success. Indeed I soon put the files down and resorted to a disc cutter in the mini drill. This only confirmed my ...
Source: Ullypug's tales from the tinking table | 23 Mar 2017
Another job that I have been putting off is the tanks for my Comet H26. The castings comet supply are rather poor, the centre casting is too long and the ends too wide.  Based on the photos in Russel there is a large gap between the two banks of 3 tanks, as the comet parts come they don't even ...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 21 Mar 2017
Having sat in the packet for the past week I have finally got on and installed the bell onto the front of King George V. The casting (from PDK) required a little minor tweaking to get the bell central in its bracket, before chopping off the feed with the dremmel. It was given a little polishing wi...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 21 Mar 2017
Having received my most attractive-looking 14XX from Hattons last week, I have finally got round to running it in, as per the instructions provided with the loco.  I have added lubrication to the two locations under the chassis keeper plate, and also to the coupling rod bearings, as per the ins...
Source: Engine Wood | 20 Mar 2017
A return to the Collett goods has seen the wheels on and quartered, the motor and gearbox fitted and the brake gear added. Test leads have been fitted to the motor and I'm pleased to say the wheels go round. Just the matter of pick ups to add now. The body had been trial fitted and all seems to be f...
Source: Ullypug's tales from the tinking table | 19 Mar 2017
Having now glued all the cosmetic half chairs onto this copper-clad point, I tested it with a few locos this afternoon, to ensure that I had cut the inner chairs down sufficiently to ensure that Bachmann etc. flanges wouldn't foul them.  Here is Peckett 'Plantagenet', which has RP25 wheels runn...
Source: Engine Wood | 19 Mar 2017
Recently attention has returned to the main warehouse with the top floor being finished off and the ceiling added. I decided on a sort of rest room that wasn’t lit. I quite liked the idea of light from deeper in the building coming through the internal windows and bouncing off the tables and ...
Source: P4NewStreet | 15 Mar 2017
It’s been running for a while now and many of you have already found it but for those who haven’t I have a Facebook page.  I’ll be posting much the same content as here but I hope the Facebook page can be used for people to ask questions too. It’s a bit difficult to ask them...
Source: P4NewStreet | 15 Mar 2017
Waiting for me in the post when arriving home from work today was a small packet from PDK, most of which is now put away for Monday evening modelling (when looking after the children for my wife's evening out means the only modelling is confined to the spare bedroom rather than the garage.). This sh...
Source: Stock for Brent 1947 GWR | 14 Mar 2017
I am happy with most of the etching I have been building and am at the stage where I can let people purchase them if they wish.Carriages so far. 4mm Type 20D Craven Passenger brake with birdcage and duckets full kit is ready at £54 incl P&P; I have 3 of these left. I can order more on an appr...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 14 Mar 2017
OK, so things haven't progressed as far or as fast as I'd hoped. I blame the distractions of the Collett Goods and one or two other diversions. Still, a rare day off today after a weekend up North has allowed me a little time at the work bench. 4 months on from the last blog post and all that's happ...
Source: The Strawberry Line | 13 Mar 2017
Portchullin’s next outing will be this forthcoming weekend at the St Neot’s show: Come along and see some noisy diesels like this?  I rather hope to have a type 1 make an appearance over the weekend and any HR enthusiasts might wish to see a Barney put in an appearance (still in brass,...
Source: highland miscellany | 10 Mar 2017
So lets start with a buildings and a request,  When I posted the image of the pub at night I was asked for a picture of the area in the light so here it isThis also shows the water tower I was working on too, speaking of which…Remember the lower part of the Hornby water tower I was fiddling w...
Source: P4NewStreet | 6 Mar 2017
Further to my previous blog entry, I've now completed the construction of an A5 'right-hand' crossover in OO-SF for the new goods only shunting layout that I'm planning.  I was going to build another two A5 points for the entry to the yard, but most fortuitously found a tandem turnout that my g...
Source: Engine Wood | 6 Mar 2017
Last weekend was an excellent experience on a number of fronts.Firstly for the help I received from Gordon prior to the show and during. Also from a good friend, Nick, who travelled from near Ilkley just to play trains on the Saturday before nipping to Derby to visit his son. He enjoyed the show so ...
Source: Grogley Junction | 5 Mar 2017
£55 for the 7mm etch plus £4 P&P as at March 2017....
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 4 Mar 2017
Well I have made up a Type 20D Birdcage Ducket passenger brake and here are some photos of it with a Dapol Terrier and the 4mm version. I have yet to sort out any castings for the 7mm version. £70 for the 7mm etches, £54 for a full 4mm kit (includes the axlebox and buffer castings). £4 P&P ei...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 2 Mar 2017
I have changed the layout of the etches when reducing them for 4mm and there are a few differences between these instructions and the ones before for 7mm. The pdf of the photos of the build of the 7mm carriages will help when building in 4mm as they are almost identical. Clicking on the following im...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 2 Mar 2017
Here is a link to a PDF showing how I have built three of the 7mm Type 15 carriages. I shall be adding to this to show how to build other types as I build them myself. Updated 1st March 2017Click this for a link to the pdfUse the following words to help make more sense of the pdf abov...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 2 Mar 2017
I applied Deluxe Materials Scenic Rust to the skip, this pack contains a bottle of very fine 'Rust powder' and a binder which feels like a very dilute PVA. These are mixed together and applied to the model. Once dried a 'Rust developer' is applied which makes the layer of material actually produce r...
Source: Fen End Pit's Blog | 28 Feb 2017
The top photo shows two Type 15B 2nd Class that can also be Type 15C 1st class by providing extra lamp tops, and a Type 15F 3rd class above these (which I had just started to build when realised I needed this photo so I have already cut out 5 droplights from the top right of the etch). The...
Source: IanMacCormacModels | 28 Feb 2017
As tonight is Oscar night and I am sure this phrase will make a few outings, I thought I could get in on the bandwagon……………….well, a more honest answer is that work has been rather too intense in the past few weeks for me to have done any modelling so I need an id...
Source: highland miscellany | 27 Feb 2017
With the chassis complete and test fitted thoughts turn to the footplate. Left hand side. One little point to mention, I mounted the valve gear rivet backwards on the coupling rods as the hollow appearance seemed to match prototype pictures better. I tend to carry forward things from one project to ...
Source: P4NewStreet | 26 Feb 2017

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