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Old Jan 19, 2013, 08:26 PM
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The heritage and the Mark IV from midwest are great, simple, and cheap little engines to learn steam management on .

they obviously don't have all the bells and whistles as more advanced set ups. But, really good for getting a handle on the situation. though, if you are used to the Wilesco static sets, you should be well on your way.

unless you have ready machining experience, I would just go with a kit engine and prefab boiler set up to start. Perhaps a TVR1a
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