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  • Brilliant 16th Stotfold Mill Steam Weekend

    Brilliant 16th Stotfold Mill Steam Weekend

    Chris Graham on 1st February 2023

    John Webber reports from the 16th Stotfold Mill Steam Weekend, which attracted a good number of stationary engines to a historic venue.  

  • Kiel Canal classic from the 1970s

    Kiel Canal classic from the 1970s

    Chris Graham on 29th September 2022

    Here’s a selection of photographs taken by the late Gordon Turner, of classic cargo ships in the, described by Jim Shaw. Kiel Canal: Carrying the profile of a tanker, the 10,898dwt cargo ship Chopin was built in 1959 by Yugoslavia’s…

  • Living Museum of the North steam gala

    Living Museum of the North steam gala

    Chris Graham on 17th August 2022

    David Reed visited Beamish, The Living Museum of the North during its Steam Gala earlier this year, and reports on a fantastic event.

  • Brilliant classic tractor working day

    Brilliant classic tractor working day

    Chris Graham on 15th August 2022

    Jonathan Whitlam reports a brilliant classic tractor working day in Suffolk that showcased an amazing, Ford-based collection.

  • Classic earth-movers in action!

    Classic earth-movers in action!

    Chris Graham on 31st May 2022

    Keith Haddock reports on the spectacular classic earth-movers working at the Historical Construction Equipment Association's convention. 

  • Gas turbine-powered commercials

    Gas turbine-powered commercials

    Chris Graham on 14th April 2022

    Ed Burrows takes a fascinating look at how truck manufacturers dabbled with gas turbine-powered commercials, starting back in the 1950s.

  • The Atco lawn mower story

    The Atco lawn mower story

    Chris Graham on 10th November 2021

    It's the centenary for Chas H Pugh’s Ltd famous Atco lawn mower brand. Andrew Hall takes a fascinating look at the origins of the company.

  • The Trolleybus Museum

    The Trolleybus Museum

    Chris Graham on 13th August 2021

    Derek Rayner reports on a very successful weekend of driver training and visitor rides at The Trolleybus Museum, near Doncaster.

  • The wartime Willys Jeep

    The wartime Willys Jeep

    Chris Graham on 26th April 2021

    Nowadays, 4x4 vehicles are commonplace on most farms but, as Jo Roberts explains, it was the wartime Willys Jeep that blazed the trail.

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