Malcolm Mitchell's 7mm scale modelling site
Welcome to my web site that celebrates those beautifully engineered locomotives of the GWR in miniature form.
6028 King George VI emerges from the works
The King class were impressive beasts!
It's a job to know where to stop when it comes to cab detail!
King George VI in the early stages of construction
One of Armstrong's attractive little 517 class locomotives
The Grange class 4-6-0 locos were very popular with crews
Small prairie no. 4568 simmers in the morning light.
BR(W) 14xx No. 1443 - beautifully weathered and photographed by Martyn Welch. (Photo courtesy Martyn Welch)
1443 before weathering by martyn welch
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A model of ex gwr 0-4-2 collett tank number 1450 constructed
for it's co-owner
The 45xx pictured at the head of this page has now been beautifully painted and weathered by Fred Lewis of welshwizardlocoworks for its new owner.
(Photos courtesy of Fred Lewis)
The home of finescale locomotive construction
All the photographs on this site are of models built from my own etched components and kits, unless credited otherwise. Some scratchbuilding is also involved in a few of the locomotives illustrated, and over the coming months I hope to bring you more stage-by-stage construction shots and tips that will illustrate the methods and techniques that I use in producing the type of models that you see here. Please come back often!