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"Jon Edney, and his wife, feel the heat as they undertake a couple of major ‘cook ups’ on his Bridget boiler. John Olsen takes a ride on the Brienz Rothorn Bahn rack railway and Tony Reeve remembers the rack railways he has worked on in Australia. Ron Fitzgerald looks at the first developments of the conversion to rotary motion during the history of the stationary steam engine. Hotspur describes the making of a pair of water gauges for his 7¼ inch gauge Beattie well tank, Wenford. Peter Worden begins his description of the machine of the connecting rods for FOCAS, his own design of internal combustion engine. Rodney Oldfield describes the Middleton ‘Monitor type’ engine rocker arms, which take the motion from the horizontally opposed cylinders back to the crankshaft. Noel Shelley tackles the problem of broken teeth on his Myford back gear by cutting a new pinion. Peter Seymour-Howell continues with the tender for his 5 inch gauge ‘Flying Scotsman’ locomotive by forming and attaching the edging strip. Bob Bramson demonstrates an alternative way of mounting a boring tool on a Myford lathe. Luker describes a few characteristic details for Wahya, his 5 inch gauge American outline locomotive."

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