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DAG Brown demonstrates how to sharpen drills in such a way as to extend their life and improve their effectiveness at making holes. Stephen Wessel explains the process of making the pistons and connecting rods for his ENV aero engine. Taurus visits the National Model Railway exhibition at Warley and reports on what he found there. Chris Rayward makes the lids for his LNWR tender tool chests. Robert Hobbs takes a day out at the Chatham Historic Dock Yard and finds that the size of the equipment he has at home compares rather unfavourably with what he saw there. Mitch Barnes discusses the merits and risks of seeking out abandoned projects and bringing them back to life. Terence Holland reunites his Barclay well tank with its boiler. Roger Backhouse pays a visit to the York Model Engineers’ track, which is nicely situated for a good view of passing steam specials. Martin Wallis continues his account of this year’s road steam activities with a visit to the Gloucestershire Vintage and Country Extravaganza. Ken Toone shows us how he constructed his 10mm scale Cowans Sheldon breakdown crane. Our front cover shows his crane in action.

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