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The May 2014 issue is the second issue wth our new design. Packed with features including:
You never know what you’re going to find when you drop in somewhere on the off chance, as Brian Gooding discovered.
Pulling Out All The Stops
Peter Hammond spent a day in London for a rather special organ event at London’s Royal Festival Hall.
Almost Unknown in the Looe Valley
More than a century has passed since the last boat was recorded on the Liskeard & Looe Union Canal, but it is still possible to trace the route and the remains of this little-known West Country waterway. Roger Butler investigates.
A Lifetime of Heavy Haulage
John Reeves concludes the story of John Antell’s 40 years of moving heavy loads.
The Jowett Bradford was a
popular light commercial in its day, but survivors are now extremely rare. Bob Weir went to Glamis Castle in Tayside to meet Barry Eddon, and his early example of this post-war classic.
The Iconic Dunkirk Paddler – building towards a new future
Richard Halton of the Medway Queen Preservation Society looks at the history of this iconic Dunkirk veteran, its reincarnation and future.
A collection of images of traction engines from the archives of the Tiverton Museum of Mid-Devon Life.