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Database [article] : Comper Swift / between 1924 and his bizarre death in 1939, Nicholas Comper designed and built a series of light aircraft for the private flying market, the most successful of which was the Swift. Richard Riding profiles Comper's life and traces the Swift's continuing career.

by Riding, Richard.

Source: Aeroplane monthly. - Vol.31, no.3 (Mar.), p.73-90.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AEROPLANE] (1).

Database [article] : Comper Swift / between 1924 and his bizarre death in 1939, Nicholas Comper designed and built a series of light aircraft for the private flying market, the most successful of which was the Swift. Richard Riding profiles Comper's life and traces the Swift's continuing career.

by Riding, Richard.

Source: Aeroplane monthly. - Vol.31, no.3 (Mar.), p.73-90.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AEROPLANE] (1).

A brief look at iraqi railways British-built locomotives and rolling stock [article].

Source: Locomotives international. - No.65 (Feb.-Mar.), p.14-16.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 625.1:93 LOCOMOTIVES] (1).

From the grid to your driveway [article] : these are motor sport's greatest road-going version of winners - the iconic competition cars you can drive without a special licence. Which is your favourite? / Glen Waddington.

by Waddington, Glen.

Source: Classic cars. - No.356 (Mar.), p.54-61.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.113:93 CLASSIC] (1).

Introit [article] : the noble art of bricklaying / Terence Paul Smith.

by Smith, Terence Paul.

Source: Information / British Brick Society. - (Feb.), p.5-9.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 69:93 INFORMATION] (1).

Life through X-ray eyes [article] : as cameras go, Ray Gosling's might have appeared to be a snap or two short of a full album. His kit was no state-of-the-art Zeiss or Leica - but then Gosling was not in the paparazzi business. In the early 1950's working as a graduate student with crystallographer Rosalind Franklin - aka the Dark Lady of DNA - his image-making relied on X-rays rather than light. His subjects were biological molecules; his ambition was not to flatter but to probe / Geoff Watts.

by Watts, Geoff.

Source: New scientist. - Vol.177=No.2383 (22 Feb.), p.48-49.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 5 NEW] (1).

White steam cars and Cann Ltd [article] / Charles Cann.

by Cann, Charles.

Source: Steam car : the journal of the Steam Car Club of Great Britain. - No. (Jan.), p.35-39.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.113:93 STEAM] (1).

Logan brothers [article] : they were New Zealand's foremost designers of champion yachts and cruisers yet the five brothers who shared the family name Logan were happy to let their boats speak for themselves / Sandra Gorter has the story behind the legend.

by Gorter, Sandra.

Source: Classic boat. - No.176 (Feb.), p.26-32.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.12:93 CLASSIC] (1).

Tale of two Fifes [article] : it has been three decades since Vanity V was kept in British waters. Now she is back in the BCYC / Georgina Hare.

by Hare, Georgina.

Source: Classic boat. - No.176 (Feb.), p.34-35.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.12:93 CLASSIC] (1).

The Camerons revisited [article] : [clockmakers from Kilmarnock] / M. Dareau.

by Dareau, M.

Source: Clocks. - Feb., p.16-17.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Plainville keys [article] / tom Spittler.

by Spittler, Tom.

Source: Clocks. - Feb., p.23.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Shakers & wakers! [article] : [German alarm clocks] / D.K. Stevenson.

by Stevenson, D. K.

Source: Clocks. - Feb., p.29-32.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Christiaan Huygens and his improved ocular [article] / by Colin Fryer.

by Fryer, Colin.

Source: Newsletter of the Ophthalmic Antiques International Collectors' Club. - No.82 (Jan.), p.12-13.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 61:93 NEWSLETTER] (1).

Moteur Cérès [article] / Gerco van Dijk.

by Dijk, Gerco van.

Source: Stationary engine. - No.348 (Feb.), p.24-26; no.348 (Mar.), p.10-11; no.349 (Apr.), p.8-9.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 621.1:93 STATIONARY] (1).

Capel gas & oil XL horizontal engines [article] / by Patrick Knight.

by Knight, Patrick.

Source: Stationary engine. - No.348 (Mar.), p.26-27.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 621.1:93 STATIONARY] (1).

Let us dare it! [article] / according to Peter Glover, our perception of Teutonic thoroughness received a boost when NSU went record breaking in 1956.

by Glover, Peter.

Source: The Classic motor cycle. - Vol.30, no.3 (Mar.), p.36-40.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.118.6:93 CLASSIC] (1).

A canal of many parts [article] : John Todd takes a journey along the Shropshire Union Canal.

by Todd, John.

Source: Waterways world. - Vol.32, no.2 (Feb.), p.46-49; no.3 (Mar.), p.48-51.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 626:93 WATERWAYS] (1).

Robert Weldon's hydrostatic lock [article] : Edward Paget-Tomlinson.

by Paget-Tomlinson, Edward W. (Edward William), 1932-.

Source: Waterways world. - Vol.32, no.2 (Feb.), p.71.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 626:93 WATERWAYS] (1).

HMS Invincible (1744-1758) [article] /cMark Tindall.

by Tindall, Mark.

Source: Model shipwright. - No.120 (Dec.), p.26-34; no.121 (Mar.), p.37-52; no.122 (Jun.), p.28-39; no.123 (Sept.), p.36-45; no.124 (Dec.), 60-68.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002-2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.12:689 MODEL] (1).

Time honoured [article] : Alan Toms pauses briefly to tell Mike Smylie about his family's long association with a yard in Polruan / Mike Smylie.

by Smylie, Mike.

Source: Classic boat. - No.176 (Feb.), p.48-51.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.12:93 CLASSIC] (1).