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"Peter Seymour-Howell makes the soleplate for his 5 inch gauge Flying Scotsman tender and adds the internal baffles and bracing. Jon Edney decides that, rather than wait for a boiler to be built for him for his 7¼ inch gauge Bridget locomotive, he would take the plunge and make his own. Ron Fitzgerald looks at the point in the development of the steam engine when linear motion was turned into rotary motion. Hotspur adds a breather pipe to the well tank of his 7¼ inch gauge Beattie 2-4-0T locomotive. Rodney Oldfield adds the flywheel and cylinders to his Middleton ‘Monitor’ type engine. Luker details the boiler fittings and valves for his 5 inch gauge American outline 4-4-0 locomotive Wahya. Roger Backhouse reviews Adam Hart-Davis’s book Very Heath Robinson. Mick Baker describes how his club found a new home for all those bits and pieces that clutter up a clubhouse with the purchase of a second-hand shipping container. D. R. Oliver examines Frank Whittle’s work to increase the efficiency and power of his jet engine, leading to the introduction of the ‘turbofan’. Norm Norton adds the cleading to his 5 inch gauge Modelworks Britannia locomotive and constructs an improved cab."

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