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Hotspur adds the boiler feed check valves to his 7¼ inch Beattie well tank Wenford. Stewart Hart completes his ‘grasshopper’ haulage engine and gives it a realistic base to stand on. James Buxton makes an epicyclic skeleton clock, inspired by William Strutt’s design. John Arrowsmith continues his Grand Tour of model engineering societies with a visit to the Echills Wood Railway on a warm September day. Luker makes a smokebox for his 5 inch gauge 4-4-0 American outline locomotive Wahya. Mark Smithers concludes his story of the ‘Quarry Hunslet’ locomotives with a look at the ‘Alice’ variants and the later ‘Port’ class. Les Stiff shares the experience of the North Wiltshire society in running a railway during lockdown. Patrick Hendra explains how the Eastleigh Young Engineers managed to keep their activities alive through the covid-19 restrictions and Bethan Cooling shows us what she was able to achieve. Jon Freeman finds a new engine for his petrol-electric generator set and gives the system its first test run. Peter Seymour-Howell builds a fine 5 inch gauge model of Flying Scotsman.

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