Scotland

  • Massey Ferguson 2135 Industrial

    Massey Ferguson 2135 Industrial

    Chris Graham on 8th October 2021

    Bob Weir went to the Clyde Valley, near Glasgow, to meet Bill Orr, and his Massey Ferguson 2135 Industrial.

  • Newly-restored Black Five 5025

    Newly-restored Black Five 5025

    Chris Graham on 4th October 2021

    A real piece of heritage, steam railway history was made in the summer when newly-restored Black Five 5025 emerged from Aviemore loco shed.

  • Ex-army Foden recovery vehicle

    Ex-army Foden recovery vehicle

    Chris Graham on 19th September 2021

    Bob Weir meets a commercial vehicle enthusiast with a particular interest in ex-army Foden recovery vehicles, winches and cranes.

  • 1971 Albion Reiver tipper

    1971 Albion Reiver tipper

    Chris Graham on 3rd July 2021

    David Reed tells the story of Johnny Murphy’s 1971 Albion Reiver tipper, which he’s owned three times since the late 1990s! 

  • Air-cooled Amanco engines

    Air-cooled Amanco engines

    Chris Graham on 2nd July 2021

    D Curryer spotlights his three air-cooled Amanco engines, and wonders about the marque’s popularity in Scotland.

  • 1975 MF 20 Industrial tractor

    1975 MF 20 Industrial tractor

    Chris Graham on 19th June 2021

    Bob Weir goes to Scotland to visit Massey Ferguson enthusiast Dave McCulloch, and his superb, 1975 MF 20 Industrial tractor.

  • 1976 Mack F700-Series truck

    1976 Mack F700-Series truck

    Chris Graham on 16th June 2021

    Bob Weir meets American truck enthusiast Frankie Wilson, from Scotland, and gets to grips with his impressive 1976 Mack F700-Series truck.

  • 1982 Dodge damage control vehicle

    1982 Dodge damage control vehicle

    Chris Graham on 2nd June 2021

    Bob Weir encounters an interesting and unusual Dodge damage control vehicle from the nuclear power industry.

  • Scottish industrial museums in danger!

    Scottish industrial museums in danger!

    Chris Graham on 11th May 2021

    Hugh Dougherty reports on the perilous situation facing many of the industrial museums in Scotland, following the pandemic's dreadful impact.

  • Steam tug Kerne appeal

    Steam tug Kerne appeal

    Chris Graham on 17th April 2021

    The 1913 steam tug Kerne is celebrating 50 years of continuous ownership, thanks to the efforts of The Steam Tug Kerne Preservation Society.

  • A fabulous Ford 3000!

    A fabulous Ford 3000!

    Chris Graham on 4th April 2021

    Now and then you come across a genuinely superb, restored tractor, as the late Alan Barnes did with Tom Mew’s fabulous Ford 3000.

  • Beet farming of yesteryear in Scotland

    Beet farming of yesteryear in Scotland

    Chris Graham on 13th December 2020

    Peter Small takes a nostalgic look back at the beet farming of yesteryear in the fields of Fife, Scotland. Beet farming of yesteryear: A Ferguson tractor, complete with wheel girdles, operates a John Salmon beet harvester, which is being adjusted…