Chris Graham on 3rd September 2021
Jane Brooks explains the appeal of a much-loved, 1960s Massey Ferguson 3305 backhoe loader that remains in regular use today.
Chris Graham on 12th August 2021
Malcolm Bates recently found a period black and white print of a rather special ERF 44G tipper in an old file and, well, it got him thinking.
Chris Graham on 23rd July 2021
Peter Esposito explains the important role that the Ford Thames Trader played for London Transport from the late 1950s onwards.
Chris Graham on 10th June 2021
We dip into Nina Smith’s postcard collection once again, and offer you a another trip down memory lane, with classic vehicles galore!
Chris Graham on 10th May 2021
Persistence pays off in the restoration of this International B-250 tractor, which was washed-up at the scrapyard, as Jo Roberts explains.
Chris Graham on 2nd March 2021
Bob Tuck explains the interesting evolution of car transporters from the 1960s; the ear in which car sales began to boom. Photographs: Ken Glendinning collection A rather young Ken Glendinning has a smiling face because he was allowed to drive…
Chris Graham on 19th January 2021
Old Glory Archive No. 2 – John Crawley Files – Steam Wagons, is the newly-released, second bookazine in the series that delivers a fascinating content for steam enthusiasts everywhere. This one includes a combination of both published and unpublished black…