Well just before you get the wrong idea this is not a place that you are likely to find pictures of my actual
customers, good looking bunch though they are, thats not what really interests me! This is a gallery of photos
supplied by various customers showing their models which will include at least one of my products. Please send
any comments, questions and feedback to NigelLawton009@Yahoo.com
First up is Mick Lock, a UK modeller of US prototypes who has the one of the largest known collections of my
skips so far.
If you have built one or more of my kits or made use of one or more of my motors and are pleased with the
outcome please send me a picture or two for the gallery. Please confirm on your email that you are happy to
have your pictures posted on my website and let me know whether or not you want your name made known. Don't
worry if the picture contains other models, that's fine by me, just so long as there is at least one of my items in
there. Of course if you are not happy with any of my kits or motors please email me and I will try to make it right!
Please send pics to NigelLawton009@Yahoo.com
Next is Chris Schmuck, a US based modeller (modeler?) who has made an excellent job of an O&K and skips.
Now we have Alan Lawrence, a UK based N scale tram fan. In the first 2 photos he has used two of the 6V micro
motors to drive this excellent and absolutely tiny tram! In the second 2 pictures a single micro motor is used to
power this even tinier coal delivery tram. In the third pair of photos two micro motors are used to power two
different single decker trams. I think these are absolutely amazing models, and are even smaller than what I
Matt Coleman is a US based N scale modeler who has fitted my Bachmann remotor kit to several of his fleet.
Hiromi Masaki is one of my heros of miniturisation! He has even motorised some small diesel mechanical locos in
HO scale! Here are some pictures of very nice skip builds (braked skip from prototype parts) and an excellent
O&K (I wish I could build this so well)
|More pictures coming soon, please send me some of your models from my kits
or using my motors, mechanism parts or resin casting materials!!
Anthony Frederiksen is a UK based modeller who has put together at least one of each of my rolling stock kits to
make a very believable industrial NG scene. All photos courtesy of Anthony.
Robert Kaczmarczyk is a UK based 009 modeller whom I have met on many occasions at exhibitions. His O&K
looks very real in these two photos.
Graham Ray is also based in the UK and has built this tiny railbus model - It is a 00n3 R.G.S Inspectors car no 1.
Scratchbuilt in brass over a year utilising a 6V micromotor.
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Dr. Stephen Sullivan is an excellent UK based 009 modeller who has produced this beautifully finished O&K in a
livery typical of some of the preserved locos in Germany.
Here are a couple of photos of Clive Hunt's Meridian R&H 27/32HP kit motorised with an O&K chassis. The loco
is both very well executed and an excellent runner. Clive first showed this to me at the Shepton Mallet show
(16th Feb 2008) where he also purchased a 20HP Simplex. He had built this model by 29th March when we met
up at Narrow Gauge South! Note the de-militarised driver figure!
Neil Moss is a talented modeller and kit designer who was probably the first person to complete the final 20HP
Simplex kit, I had not painted mine by the time he took these photos!
Charles Silvain is a French modeller who has sent me these photos of his O&K complete with weathering and
rusting showing how well this kit works in HO scale.
Roger Stone showed me these two tiny 4-wheel tram chassis at 2mm Expo 2008. They are based on 6mm x
12mm micro motors with belt drive to a lay shaft and Tenshodo worm gears to the wheelsets. The chassis block
is machined from Perspex with a split frame pickup system and both this and the custom turned wheels were
produced from scratch by Roger. These are for 2mm scale trams to standards closely related to standard 2mm
Association practice but with a 30 thou flangeway. I look forward to seeing the finished items!
Alex Duckworth sent me these beautiful WW1 scenes including his simply superlative Simplex, sorry to wax lyrical
but the quaility of build and paint job is truly stunning. This model also shows the cap-wearing version of the
W^D Models figure designed specially for my kit. Combining the high quailty of the figure, excellent Simplex with
extra detailing and the superdetailed modified Dundas wagon on the left with W^D Models A & C class wagons in
the centre on the right I think many would mistake these for 1:35 or 1:43 scale models. Well done Alex!
More pictures of Alex's Simplex can be found on the Simplex Painting page
John Thorne is a well known NG modeller to whom this model belongs. The kit was supplied with a running
chassis and Brian Love, also a well known modeller, assembled and painted the kit. I think you will agree that
this is an excellent model of the 20HP in its later role as a contractor's pr industrial loco. Many thanks to
Brian for the pictures, you should be able to see the loco operating on John's brilliant industrial layout