60 Years of Great Steaming
Clive Flack reports on this year’s BSEPS rally at Old Warden. Being the 60th, it was always going to be special...
Deep in the Dale
A walk in a Derbyshire nature reserve brought Brian Gooding to the remains of a former Cornish engine house.
Working for Charity
Jim Gerrard enjoyed this year’s biennial working weekend at Berwick St John.
Steaming West to East - Part 3
Morning Star’s epic 400 mile run reaches the end at Lowestoft. Christian Hartley-Woolley was part of the crew.
Catch it While You Can
Mark Rudall tracks some remaining vestiges of the North East’s coal industry courtesy of National Heritage Open Days.
Partying with the Plough
Ted Tomlin joined the crowds over a September weekend at the World Ploughing Championships when the Steam Plough Club also celebrated its 50th birthday.
Ben Lomond - Part 2
Jim Gerrard concludes the story of the blue Marshall road loco.
Preserved for Posterity
Jim Smith and Tom Park have recently restored a Shand Mason & Co. steam fire appliance dating back to Queen Victoria. Bob Weir went to Cumnock, to pay them a visit.
For Forge & Foundry
Now in his mid-90s, Lesley Joseph looks back on some metal working methods that were once taught in schools.
Commemorating the Titanic in Belfast
Keith Reynolds visits ‘Titanic Belfast’ in the Thompson Dry Dock, where the past looms large.
A Big Little Village Show
Ted Tomlin visited the annual rally at Hunton in North Yorkshire, an event he was told was a small village show.
The JI Case Threshing Company survived the upheavals and mergers in the tractor industry, and is still around today. Some of the older machines are also popular with collectors, as Bob Weir recently discovered.