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"Mike Tilby looks for the best kind of steam turbine to be used as the basis for a model. Jon Freeman describes the process of designing the bogies for his dual gauge petrol-electric ‘Brushless Brute’ locomotive. Jason Ballamy demonstrates how to make the crosshead, crosshead guides, piston and connecting rod for the ‘Muncaster’ entablature engine. Mark Smithers follows the construction of Otter, the new Bagnall locomotive for the Groudle Glen Railway. Les Kerr explains how the software for his soldering iron timer works. Doug Hewson machines a set of coupling rods for his improved 5 inch gauge GWR pannier tank. Chris Gunn has now reached the point where his 6 inch Garrett 4CD tractor can be painted, lined and assembled. Terence Holland makes a pair of window frames for Douglas, one of his Great War Barclay well tanks. Stephen Wessel sings the praises of concrete as a material for the sleepers in a garden railway. Roger Backhouse tells the story of one of model engineering’s early heroes, James C. ‘Uncle Jim’ Crebbin, pioneer of compounding and the use of superheaters in model locomotives. We showcase a pair of locomotives running on the Metropolitan Water Board railway at Kempton Park."

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