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Bristol SMEE show, 2018


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Default Bristol SMEE show, 2018

I've just arrived home from attending the Bristol SMEE show.
Herewith some of the I.C. engine models:
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Tom Pascoe's range of engines.
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Brian Perkins' Aquila engine.
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2 x Anzani + ABC Scorpion aero engines. Castings are available!
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Bristol Jupiter aero engine almost finished. Compare size to the Bentley BR2 behind!

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Carrying on from the previous post:

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Mike Sayers' Bentley 4-1/2 ltr Supercharged progresses year by year.
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ENV aviation motor showing electro formed cowls and patterns.
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5" gauge gas turbine loco under construction
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Harmonagraph; an early 20th century design from Model Engineer magazine.

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Yet more:
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USS Missouri being built in Meccano. About two years to date.
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A veneer cutting machine from the mid 19th Century. The blade is about 9" diameter.
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A steeple paddle engine from the Clyde trader Invincible.
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A 3/4 scale model of Robert Stirling's no.1 engine. Design by James Rizzo.

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Lastly, in case I take up too much space:

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A Stuart D10 doubled up.
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A Pyramid engine (full size in Manchester Science museum) and a Stuart Triple expansion engine 1-1/2 size.
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Outside, a 4-1/2" scale Foster traction engine was giving rides.
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Meanwhile, a 52 note street organ serenaded the visitors.

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Default Re: Bristol SMEE show, 2018

Rather than post mine again they start in the following thread on MEM. Dave's models first which he must be too modest to post.

http://www.modelenginemaker.com/inde...html#msg180760
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