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Engineering In Miniature Magazine

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Engineering In Miniature Magazine

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MAY 24,  released 17/04/2024
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An essential read for any passionate model engineer, Engineering in Miniature features detailed information for the world of small-scale engineering.

If you fancy having a go at building yourself a model steam locomotive, a period car or even an aero engine, then you are going to want a copy of Engineering In Miniature. Inside the magazine you will find features on on-going projects and guides to beginning new ones, all carefully explained and illustrated. There is also coverage of the model engineering exhibitions around the country, a section for young engineers, a comprehensive diary of up-coming events and a strong sense of community in the letters and notice-board sections.

Buy a single copy of ENGINEERING IN MINIATURE or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).

Engineering was something that made Britain great. Around the time of the industrial revolution, as people flocked in their masses from the countryside to the towns, there was an incredible increase in the quality and complexity of the engineering that went on, as well as an increase in the complexity.

New systems were being developed to achieve things that would have frankly seemed impossible only a few decades before. Great bridges were built, monumental undertakings undertook, and new forms of transport invented and utilised. And all of that pretty much without any large scale involvement of electricity. No, all the power came from good, honest, old fashioned, coal powered steam. There is something really rather wonderful about the complexity of the assortment of moving parts that you will find within a steam engine, knowing that they all work in harmony, turning one another to achieve something magnificent.

We therefore want to say ‘good work’ to those who carry on the good work of the engineer in miniature, who replicate the fantastic achievements of the fellows who helped make this country great – there’s every reason to celebrate this part of this country’s heritage. NB


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