Chris Graham on 22nd November 2021
Mark Tewkesbury reports from the event organised to celebrate the Sussex Engine & Associated Machinery Society's 30th anniversary.
Chris Graham on 15th November 2021
Steve Stuart reports on a recent lockdown project; the restoration of a long-neglected Teagle hedge trimmer engine.
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 17th September 2021
We report from a very successful Cheffins mid-term sale at which a number of impressive new records were set for interesting machinery.
Chris Graham on 7th August 2021
We report from a recent John Goodwin sale at Malvern, at which the stars were a rare, Bedford J2 coach and stationary engines.
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!
Chris Graham on 2nd July 2021
D Curryer spotlights his three air-cooled Amanco engines, and wonders about the marque’s popularity in Scotland.
Chris Graham on 21st May 2021
Anthony Fides provides some photographs of his latest find, and interesting Crossley Brothers PH 1030 enclosed crank engine.
Chris Graham on 8th May 2021
Patrick Knight provides a little history relating to a 1926 Petter-Reavell compressor unit that’s now in New Zealand.
Chris Graham on 9th April 2021
Phillip Scott, from Western Australia, requests help concerning two, recently-acquired Coventry Victor petrol engines.
Chris Graham on 29th March 2021
Gus Ellis reports on a trip he made to the Museum of Power in Essex, and the interesting Paxman oil engines he found there.
Chris Graham on 21st February 2021
Gareth Bolton explains the fundamental attachment he has for his cherished Fairbanks, Morse & Co Type H engine. The Fairbanks, Morse & Co Type H engine, as originally purchased from Rod Stride. My association with this engine, a petrol/paraffin Fairbanks,…
Chris Graham on 13th February 2021
David Vaughan visits the Bancroft Mill Engine Museum, and wonders what will become of the UK’s smaller industrial heritage sites like this in the face of prolonged, enforced closure. Bancroft Mill Engine Museum: The main engine house which, together with…