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"James Wells, our man in a shed, gets the festive vibes and scrapes together a few scraps of wood to make an entertaining toy. John Arrowsmith completes his report on the Midlands Model Engineering Exhibition with a look at the club stands. Luker brings his description of home foundrywork to the point where we actually pour molten metal. Ashley Best constructs the main structure for his one sixteenth scale Brill 22E tram truck. Dan Watson remembers the start of his ascent up the model engineering learning curve, which resulted in a working example of the Stuart S50 stationary engine. Ron Fitzgerald continues his account of the history of the stationary steam engine by looking at the development of the atmospheric engine, used for pumping out mines. Henk-Jan de Ruiter takes a further look at slot cars, with some interesting chassis from the 1960s and 1970s. Hiroyuki Watanabe explains how you can achieve an accurate profile for wheels and brake blocks. Jeremy Buck continues his tour of the locomotive shed at his Magdalen Road Railway by describing the restoration of a 5 inch gauge Stirling Single. David Haythornthwaite begins the description of the parallel motion on the Model Engineer beam engine."

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