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Bubble Maker Locomotive Steam Engine Toy Bubbles Making Battery Operated Train

  • BUMP AND GO ACTION
  • BUBBLES INCLUDED
  • FLASHING LIGHTS
  • 11 INCHES LONG

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COOL STEAM TRAIN ENGINE MAKES AND BLOWS BUBBLES CHANGES DIRECTION WHEN BUMPS INTO OBJECTS BRAND NEW FLASHING LIGHTS AND MUSIC REQUIRES 3 AA BATTERIES BUBBLES INCLUDED ABOUT 11 INCHES LONG 6 INCHES HIGH AND 4 INCHES WIDE HOURS OF FUN YOU’LL HAVE FUN WITH THIS NEW BUBBLE TRAIN… More >>

Bubble Maker Locomotive Steam Engine Toy Bubbles Making Battery Operated Train

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Building Small Steam Locomotives: A Practical Guide to Making Engines for Garden Gauges

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If you have an ambition to build a small live steam locomotive, but are daunted by the skills required, then this book is for you. Written in his clear and encouraging style, Peter Jones demystifies the whole process for those with little or no previous experience. Contents include: An explanation of terms; Basic metalworking processes; Step-by-step project guides; Machining; Boilermaking; Painting; and Finishing. Fully illustrated throughout with color photograph… More >>

Building Small Steam Locomotives: A Practical Guide to Making Engines for Garden Gauges

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Making Simple Model Steam Engines

  • Used Book in Good Condition

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This book details the construction of a range of simple miniature steam engines and boilers. The projects, each of which can be completed with only a basic workshop, range from a single-acting oscillator to more sophisticated twin-cylinder double-acting engines and a variety of boilers. A final project brings together engine and boiler for a simple steam railway locomotive. These projects are a perfect introduction to model engineering and an enjoyable exercise for … More >>

Making Simple Model Steam Engines

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FOUNDRY PATTERN MAKING part 3 Steam Engine metal casting tubalcain


This will be a multi part video on foundry pattern making. A wooden pattern is used to make an impression in the sand mold. A silica sand core is inserted to produce the cylinder bore in the casting. A wood pattern of the cylinder is turned on the Clausing lathe.

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FOUNDRY PATTERN MAKING part 6 Steam Engine cores tubalcain


This is a multi part video on foundry pattern making. A wooden pattern is used to make an impression in the sand mold. A silica sand core is inserted to produce the cylinder bore in the casting. A wooden pattern of the cylinder is turned on the Clausing lathe.

25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 16, 2011 at 10:41 pm

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FOUNDRY PATTERN MAKING part 5 Steam Engine metal casting tubalcain


This will be a multi part video on foundry pattern making. A wooden pattern is used to make an impression in the sand mold. A silica sand core is inserted to produce the cylinder bore in the casting. A wooden pattern of the cylinder is turned on the Clausing lathe.

23 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - September 14, 2011 at 10:47 pm

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FOUNDRY PATTERN MAKING part 1 Steam Engine tubalcain


This will be a multi part video on foundry pattern making. A wooden pattern is used to make an impression in the mold. A sand core is inserted to produce the cylinder bore in the casting.

21 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - April 18, 2011 at 10:34 pm

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Making tracks back to Belt Line

Making tracks back to Belt Line
Each time I read or hear about the continuing expansion of our present GO transit system I think about what must have been going through the minds of the developers of what was known as the Belt Line Railway.

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