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Terence Holland details the backhead and fittings for the 0-6-0 version of his five inch gauge Barclay well tank. Hugh Topham recalls the history of the development of the five inch gauge ground level Great Wealden Railway at Biddenden. Tom Parham reports on the proceedings of the International Model Locomotive Efficiency Competition (IMLEC) held at Maidstone’s Mote Park. Mike Joseph showcases some of his favourite tools and explains how they can become more than simply aids for making things. John Arrowsmith drops in on the West Huntspill model engineering society at Weston-super-Mare. Doug Hewson completes the build of his five inch gauge GWR pannier tank with the construction of the later type cab. Adrian Garner continues the construction of his astronomical bracket clock by planting the remontoire and time train. John Hill explains the importance of getting your locomotive draughting right and how that can be achieved. Bob Hayter makes a small steam turbined from castings supplied by Luke Cringle. Philipp Bannik machines the base for his radial borer. Mark Smithers follows the North Bay Railway Group’s move to Darlington. Luker explains the art of wielding a spray gun and how to achieve a flat, even paint finish.

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