Return to Pinkneys Green
John Reeves enjoys his first return visit to the Pinkneys Green fair in seven years.
Steam enthusiasts usually associate Marshall of Gainsborough with some of the finest steam engines ever built. During the first half of the twentieth century they also made some popular tractors, as Bob Weir recently discovered…
Still On Playground Duty
John Maund revisits England’s last playground steam roller, which brings back memories of younger days.
Scammell & Nephew
Roy Larkin takes a look at the early days of a company that ultimately became Scammell Lorries of Watford.
The Cathedral of the Canals
The Anderton Boat Lift was the world’s first commercially successful boat lift and is now fully restored as a dramatic piece of waterway heritage, Roger Butler describes.
Delving in Tasmania
Robin Marshman spent some time in Tasmania earlier this year and reports on the local steam happenings.
On the Road for the Devon County Show
Steve Cockram followed an engine to and from the Devon County Show and also reports on the steam presence at the show.
Preserving a 19th Century Waterwheel
Dr Andrew Rollinson of Blushful Earth describes the renovation work on a 19th century watermill.
Taunton Vintage Bus Day
John Reeves was well placed to enjoy his local vintage bus running day.
James Hamilton reports on this year’s Trevithick Day, the eighth annual celebraction held in Dartford.
New Wine in Old Bottles?
Malcolm Batten looks at a few vehicles which took part in the recent London to Brighton Run that were not always what we see today.
…plus all the latest news and event reports from the preservation scene.