He had remembered a post from 2010 when I'd mentioned Peter Denny's kitchen table workshop, and had found the issue of the mag with the details.
Page 135 - June 1961 is the one to go for.
I love the practicality of this. You've all the tools needed to scratch build models for a start - and that selection is rather smaller than most people expect. Probably the most important tools are the boxes to keep parts for the current project safe.
This is a very portable setup and can be lifted away from the table when cooking is taking place, without having to pack everything away. Packing and unpacking is one of the biggest deterrents to getting modelling done, so this must account for Denny's prodigious output.
I wonder what happened to it?