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Richard Williams fits his new, improved regulator to his 5 inch gauge ‘Black 5’ locomotive. Stewart Hart makes the cylinder for his ‘grasshopper’ haulage engine. Vic Whittaker offers a way of easing the task of oiling round a locomotive before setting off. Doug Hewson goes into the details for the smokebox of his updated LBSC 5 inch gauge GWR pannier tank design. Norman Barber demonstrates a method of making hexagonal sockets. Rhys Owen continues his survey of the development of railway braking systems by looking at the way vacuum brakes work. Robert Hobbs paints his 3½ inch gauge GWR ‘County’ locomotive. Chris Gunn completes the boiler cleading for his 6 inch Garrett 4CD tractor and makes a pair of duckboards for the belly tank. Helmut Heitzinger gives his Musgrave compound engine a first run and equips it with a dummy condenser and air pump. Jim Jennings brings joy to his Yorkshireman’s heart by making a blower on a zero budget. Alex Dupré presents a set of attachments to allow dividing to be performed on the lathe. Les Kerr shows how you can easily make your own printed circuit boards. Paul Ritchie reports on the future of Little Samson models.

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