A Damp Remembrance
David Viner reports on the annual SoDEM road run, held on the day before Remembrance Sunday.
A Unique Chance
Brian Gooding recalls a chance encounter with a paddle tug over 25 years ago.
Turkish British Cranes
With much help from a Turkish museum’s Press Adviser, Bruno Cianci, Brian Gooding looks at two of the museum’s British exhibits.
James Hamilton enjoyed the closing event of the season at the Shuttleworth Collection.
American Echoes From The Past pt2
During the nineteenth century Pennsylvania was at the forefront of America’s industrial revolution. In the second part of his heritage feature, Bob Weir visits the Cornwall Iron Furnace near Lancaster in Lebanon County.
The First of Their Kind in the UK?
Brian Gooding takes a brief look at a pair of unusual bridges that once crossed the Wey & Arun Junction Canal in deepest Surrey.
Clyde Valley Classics
Scotland’s Central Belt is a treasure house of old machinery, particularly for items with an agricultural background. Bob Weir went to the Clyde Valley to meet the Orr family, and their cracking collection of tractors.
In The Frame
We dig into our archive for a selection of superb photographs from the camera of the late Paul Strong.
Helmshore Mills Textile Museum
The Lancashire textile industry was one of the driving forces of the Industrial Revolution. Bob Weir visited the museum at Helmshore Mills in Rossendale, a poignant reminder of a glorious past.