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Doug Hewson makes a pair of shut-off cocks for the water gauge of his improved GWR pannier tank and goes on to make the carriage heating, or ‘Masons’ valve. Graham Langer explains the design and manufacturing process for the frames of the new build P2 locomotive Prince of Wales. Jon Freeman reviews the test results for his petrol/alternator generating set. Chris Gunn takes his 6 inch Garrett 4CD tractor to its first rally and irons out a few teething problems. Mark Smithers looks at the history and development of the later, ‘mature’ Alice class of ‘Quarry Hunslets’. Luker makes a display stand for his ever increasing collection of model steam locomotives. Terence Holland completes the sealing and installation of the water tank in the 0-6-0 version of his 5 inch gauge Barclay well tank. Rafe Shirley tells how his Christmas eve slumber was rudely disturbed by an unexpected visitor. Our ‘Man in a Shed’, James Wells, makes a half-scale cavalry sword for a full-scale brigadier. John Moorhouse examines the use of worm gears and wheels in clocks and automata. Stewart Hart completes the construction of his ‘grasshopper’ haulage engine and prepares it for its first test.

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