1960s

  • Ford 4000s still working hard!

    Ford 4000s still working hard!

    Chris Graham on 17th March 2022

    There are plenty of Ford 4000s still hard at work across the UK. The late Alan Barnes tracked down a couple of examples in Northumberland.

  • 1981 Leyland ‘Bison’ concrete mixer

    1981 Leyland ‘Bison’ concrete mixer

    Chris Graham on 7th February 2022

    Joseph Lewis enjoys a visit to the Amberley Museum near Arundel, in West Sussex, where he discovers a 1981 Leyland ‘Bison’ concrete mixer.

  • 1951 Albion Chieftain FT37N restored

    1951 Albion Chieftain FT37N restored

    Chris Graham on 11th January 2022

    Bill Barton completed the superb restoration of his 1951 Albion Chieftain FT37N during lockdown. David Reed went along to find out more.

  • International Harvester’s cultivators

    International Harvester’s cultivators

    Chris Graham on 11th August 2021

    With autumn just around the corner, Scott Lambert takes a look at some of International Harvester’s cultivators and chisel ploughs.

  • Colourful Bolivian buses!

    Colourful Bolivian buses!

    Chris Graham on 8th July 2021

    Kevin Hoggett reports from the vibrant streets in South America, on some colourful Bolivian buses he spotted in La Paz.

  • Amazing petrol pump museum!

    Amazing petrol pump museum!

    Chris Graham on 18th June 2021

    Marco Mocchetti reports on an amazing petrol pump museum in Italy, which is the largest of its sort in the world.

  • Two 60-year-old Nuffield tractors

    Two 60-year-old Nuffield tractors

    Chris Graham on 18th May 2021

    Jonathan Whitlam tells the story of two 60-year-old Nuffield tractors, and the engine problems that dogged their production lives.

  • Wallis & Steevens steam roller

    Wallis & Steevens steam roller

    Chris Graham on 12th May 2021

    Recent research reveals more about a Wallis & Steevens steam roller that was spotted working in Switzerland during the late 1960s. 

  • Evolution of car transporters

    Evolution of car transporters

    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…

  • Old Glory Archive No. 2 – John Crawley Files

    Old Glory Archive No. 2 – John Crawley Files

    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…

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