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"Terence Holland discusses the design of the boiler for his 0-6-0 version of the 5 inch Barclay well tank. Stewart Hart takes us through the construction of the main beam, the beam bearings and the connecting rod of his grasshopper haulage engine. Norm Norton decides to rebuild a kit version of the 5 inch gauge BR Standard Pacific, beginning with a discussion of the improvements he made to the valve gear. Alex Dupré completes his set of attachments for allowing dividing to be performed on a Myford 7 lathe. Graham Langer explains why and how the pony truck of the A1 Steam Locomotive Trust’s new-build P2 locomotive Prince of Wales was redesigned. Robert Hobbs completes the construction of his 3½ inch gauge GWR 2-6-0 County of Devon. Rhys Owen explains the operation of the Westinghouse railway air brake. Doug Hewson shows how you can fit an authentic turret and manifold to the cab of your 5 inch gauge GWR pannier tank. Luker describes how you can etch your own plates using readily available odds’n’ends. Chris Gunn prepares to make his 6 inch Garrett 4CD tractor easier to drive by dividing the canopy, allowing the driver to see over the top."

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