- Roller in collision at Corfe Castle
- Unique celebrations for steamship's 110th birthday
- Club celebrates 30 years
- Bittern heads three 90mph Main Line trips
- Lottery funding for Cambridge Horse Tram
- Stoke Goldington Rally Cancelled
- £1.4m Lottery Grant for SS Shieldhall
- Ex-Leicester CC roller reunion at GCR Gala
- Road vehicle exhibits sought for May Day gala
- Beeching: find out what really went on!
18 April 2013
Marshall ‘S’-Type road roller No 78572 was one of a trio of rollers to be saved from a Cambridgeshire scrapyard by enthusiasts in 1961. Fifteen-year-old Steam Apprentice Club member Will Hurley, on work experience with Old Glory, tells the story of his family-owned machine in the May 2013 issue.
Other Feature Articles
- Museum Guide: Bridewell Museum, Norwich
- Monster steam winding engine
- Bus museum's just the ticket
- HMS Caroline to stay as Belfast attraction
- Dunkirk Little Ship rises - but where to now?
- Industrial Heritage: Curios in the West Pennines
- Steam Traction: Alfred Dawson & Co Rushmere, Ipswich
- Steam traction: A Garrett from the ground up
- The Southland Garrett
31 August 2012
The Steam Apprentice Club has found its apprentices at the Great Dorset Steam Fair to help with our Build A Burrell Project.
This is footage of the official launch with the presentation of a cheque by Old Glory Editor, Colin Tyson.
Current Issue: June 2013
♦ £49,000 for Cambridge horse tram
♦ HCVS – Brighton run remembers chairman Ron
♦ 12 days of Beamish
♦ The ultimate in Marshall rollers
♦ Fowler's UK rally debut
♦ Moving away from steam: the Foden ‘R’ Type
♦ Death and destruction – mill engines and boilers
♦ Pickfords Wallis tractor ♦ Penny slots
♦ Scotland’s last wheelwright
• Next issue on sale: June 20, 2013