Chris Graham on 30th October 2023
Mike Lawrence has been collecting old vehicles for years and one of his star exhibits is a rare Bedford PC van, as Bob Weir explains
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.
Chris Graham on 31st January 2023
Zach Stiling meets Seb Marshall to get the story of his saved and superbly restored 1917 AEC Y-type lorry; a veteran of the Great War.
Chris Graham on 20th October 2022
Mark Tewkesbury reports on an unusual, 1930s sheep shearing set made in Birmingham, that he spotted at the recent Cranleigh Car Show.
Chris Graham on 1st August 2022
Andrew Symons provides some fascinating background on Hobbs Farm Engines, with the help of an article from The Implement and Machinery Review.
Chris Graham on 22nd July 2022
Gary Thorne recounts the story of his first diesel-powered stationary engine, a 3½hp Lister CS, which he bought from a clearance sale.
Chris Graham on 22nd June 2022
Patrick Knight spotlights a rare and sympathetically restored, paraffin-powered Bristol Wagon & Carriage Works stationary engine.
Chris Graham on 26th May 2022
Can anyone help with information about this twin-cylinder Brooke ‘Dominion’ marine engine from the Stuart Ashman Collection?
Chris Graham on 6th November 2021
Alan and Lynne Cullen report from a long-awaited and well-attended stationary engine show that took place back in the summer, in leafy Surrey.
Chris Graham on 29th October 2021
Bob Tuck spotlights 1936 N1 Commer, and recounts the time and effort required to bring this fine slice of heritage back to life.
Chris Graham on 12th July 2021
David Hughes reports on the successful restoration of his Ruston & Hornsby PT stationary engine; a real labour of love!