Making Simple Model Steam Engines

Making Simple Model Steam EnginesIn this book, long-time model maker Stan Bray describes the construction of a range of uncomplicated miniature steam engines, for construction by the model engineer. Single-acting oscillator to more sophisticated twin-cylinder double-acting engines are described as well as the construction of a range of boilers. The final project brings together engine and boiler into a simple steam railway locomotive. Full drawings in both metric and imperial fo…

Simple Model Locomotive Building: “Tich”

Simple Model Locomotive Building: Published in 1982 by Model and Allied Publications (Argus Books) as a revised edition in paperback, 268pp, ISBN 0852427867, this book was originally published in 1968 in hardback under the author Martin Evans’ name, who originally edited the book into its published form and provided a foreword. This book is based on LBSC’s 3.5 inch gauge locomotive and serves as an introduction to model locomotive building for every enthusiast who’s interested an…

Making Simple Model Steam Engines by Bray, Stan (December 21, 2005) Hardcover

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Making Simple Model Steam Engines by Bray, Stan (December 21, 2005) HardcoverPublished in 1982 by Model and Allied Publications (Argus Books) as a revised edition in paperback, 268pp, ISBN 0852427867, this book was originally published in 1968 in hardback under the author Martin Evans’ name, who originally edited the book into its published form and provided a foreword. This book is based on LBSC’s 3.5 inch gauge locomotive and serves as an introduction to model locomotive building for every enthusiast who’s interested an…

“Rob Roy”: How to Build a Simple 3.5″ Gauge 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive based on the Dockyard Engines of the old Caledonian Railway

Published originally in 1972 by Model & Allied Publications (MAP Technical), this 112 page (indexed) hardback copy is the first edition of Martin Evans’ ‘Rob Roy: How to build a simple 3.5 in gauge 0-6-0 tank locomotive based on the Dockyard Engines of the Old Caledonian Railway’. It was published with a dustjacket and cost £3.00 when first sold. It is illustrated with black & white photos and schematic diagrams. Based on the old Caledonian Rail…