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"Alan Crossfield reports on the second day of the Locomotive Efficiency Competition held at the Leyland club track and presents the results. Chris Gunn reviews the performance on the rally field of the lubricator for his 6 inch Garrett 4CD tractor. Doug Hewson describes how to make a fabricated crank axle for his 5 inch gauge GWR pannier tank. Graham Sadler shows how you can get the chuck on your lathe running true and presents a tooling system for his Sieg CNC mill. Les Kerr makes a microprocessor based timer designed to save the bit of his soldering iron. Terence Holland gives details of the cab for Douglas, one of a pair of 5 inch gauge First World War Barclay well tanks. Martin Evans finally completes his 5 inch gauge garden railway and takes us on a guided tour. Jason Ballamy makes a start on the moving parts for his Muncaster entablature engine by describing the crank, crankshaft, associated bearings and cylinder. Jon Freeman discusses the choice of power source for the ‘Brushless Brute’ his dual gauge petrol-electric locomotive. Graham Gardener takes a trip down to Yeovil to survey the scene at this year’s Abbey Hill Steam Rally."

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