The Busy Bee Buzzes Back
David Viner looks at the return of Patrick Edwards’ Burrell showman’s after its accident last year.
Getting in the Mood
The pre-Great Dorset Drusillas Steam Party grows in popularity each year. Jim Gerrard enjoyed this year’s one.
Invited to Hitch a Lift
Going to see narrowboats head home after a canal event, Peter Hammond was surprised to be invited on board one of them.
Great Dorset 2016
Our first report on this year’s Great Dorset Steam Fair looks at some of the awards presented, as well as a poignant commemoration for ‘Doc’ Romanes and John Reeves.
Ben Lomond (part 1)
Jim Gerrard explores the history of the blue Marshall road loco.
3Fs & B – a good show
As this year’s event approaches, David Viner looks back at the 2015 show.
Preserving the Young Ones
John Corah looks at the preservation of a younger ERF.
Steaming West to East (part 2)
Christian Hartley-Woolley was part of the crew who drove Morning Star on a 400 mile run for charity. This is the middle part of the journey.
Marvellous Morris – a brief history of Morris commercials
Morris Motors played an important role in Britain’s automotive history. Some of their commercial vehicles are still going strong today, as Bob Weir discovered on his recent travels.
South American Steam
Dawn Goold found several steam artefacts during a holiday in South America.