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Monday, 19 February 2018

In the Workshop

Jim making a pin for Horden, Dave making a former for AW No.2

Jim & Dave consulting on threads for a drain valve for No.49
Dennis cleaning rods; Eric bolting down Horden's handbrake stanchion

Eric & Dennis using a brooch cutter in the magnetic drill on a crossing nose baseplate
The cast iron baseplates drilled more easily
on the pillar drill, dry, with a standard bit
Peter shaping contacts for AW No.2 using the former made by Dave, with Brian holding a shaper
Walter filing a drain cock lever for Horden .....
...... working on Horden's vacuum brake application valve .....
..... & filing its handle to fit
Malcolm filing Horden's oil pump bracket

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