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In the April 2014 issue:
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To Steam add Water
London’s Kew Bridge Steam Museum is undergoing a major Heritage Lottery-funded transformation. Brian Gooding was invited for a sneak preview.
The Fantastic World of Jean-Paul Favand
John Hannavy explores a magical kingdom.
Islands have become a popular attraction for tourists, but away from the sandy beaches and nature trails, there are some evocative reminders of its industrial past. Bob Weir investigates.
Eight-leggers, Atkinson Style
Alan Barnes looks back at one of Britain’s iconic and successful haulers, a type which is still much loved in preservation.
Worsborough Mill Museum
Set within a 240 acre country park with a 60 acre reservoir, weirs and meandering footpaths is the 1645 built Worsbrough Mill, the only working water-powered three storey corn mill in South Yorkshire. Stephen Lilly went to see.
A Lifetime of Heavy Haulage Pt2
John Reeves continues the story of John Antell’s 40 years of moving heavy loads.
Funfairs of 100 years ago
Browsing some old photographs prompted Bob Smith to dig further into their history. This time he looks at fairs held in Southampton some 100 years ago.
Ruston, Proctor: Aircraft builders in the Great War
Ken Rimell looks back 100 years when at least one steam engine builder had to make aircraft as well.
King of the Road
Morris commercial vehicles were the backbone of Britain’s motor transport during the 1930s. After years of work, survivors are now thin on the ground. Bob Weir went to Lanark to see a superb example.