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A corrected version of the cutting speed table on P.35 of Issue 216 of MEW.
Steve Addy provides a short driving course for novice enginemen
In 1952 the Duke of Edinburgh visited the Model Engineer Exhibition.
Brian Wood's article on the above topic in MEW 212-213 was exceptionally well received. It appears to have caused a national shortage of the 34T changewheels on which many of his gear combinations depend!
Keith Wraight weighs things up at Colchester.
Rhys Owen is a volunteer on this French preserved railway.
Duncan Webster and Paul Middlehurst co-operatively create a useful device.
A preview by Steve Eaton.
Ferris Wheel Clock in PDF format
Herewith a listing of all issues containing Tony Weale's "Northumbrian - A second look at Rainhill" articles. Relevant back issues can be ordered from MyHobbyStore Ltd. T. +44 (0)844 848 8822.
Herewith a listing of all issues containing Tony Weale's "Northumbrian - A second look at Rainhill" articles. If you are a subscriber a click on any issue will take you to the relevant digital edition. Subscribers Only
MEX 2010 Entry Form & Rules
Alice is one of the preserved quarry Hunslets that can still be found on the British Mainland.
An account of an enjoyable afternoon spent in Nottingham.
A Sunday afternoon at The Bath And West Railway.
Jim Whetren restrains his work
Electronic versions of out of print and hard to find machine tool manuals
A Complete reprint of this magazine, first published in 1988
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