Vintage copy of the Model Engineer - Vol 90 - No. 2245 - 18 May - 1944

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A vintage copy of the Model Engineer Magazine.

Vol 90 - No. 2245 - 18 May - 1944

In well used condition with creases, small tears and stains. Otherwise complete.
The photos are of the magazine that will be shipped.

Contains the following articles :-

  • G.W.R. Bogie Singlewheeler in 3/4-in. scale. E.W.Fraser
  • Sea-Scout Model Makers
  • Fabricated Models
  • The Late Mr. J.H.H.Penruddocke
  • A Model Marine Paddle Engine
  • My Next Job and What I Learned from the Last One
  • Filing Thin Discs
  • Racing Fuels
  • What I Expect of My Lathe
  • An Old Winding Engine
  • Famous Paddle Steamers. The Great Eastern
  • Austere Ada. The British-built "Austerity" 2-8-0 in 2 1/2-in. Gauge
  • Ignition Equipment. Principles and Practice (continued)
  • Traction Engines
  • Self-generating Torches
  • The SM&EE
  • A Tyneside Amalgamation (Newcastle DMRS, Newcastle MES)
  • Ilkeston DMES
  • Burnley DSME
  • Norwich DSME
Remember that I will always try to combine shipping, so add a few to your basket and request the total if its not automatically calculated.
All the best - Jim
More Information
Condition Used
Brand Model Engineer
Publication Name The Model Engineer
Publisher Percival Marshall & Co
Genre Hobbies & Crafts
Publication Month May
Publication Year 1944
Topic Modelling
Issue Number 2245
Volume 90
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