Oct 2014 - Issue 296
♦ News & Events ♦ Old Glory in Miniature News
Pensioner: out of retirement
Built in the First World War and used on the home front for threshing and carting hay for the war horses, Wallis & Steevens No 7662 has just returned to steam.
Great Dorset 2014
Our first selection of photos of the Great Dorset road run from Bovington, the First World War displays and from around the show.
Ransomes Steam Wagon
With only two working examples of Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies wagons in existence, it seems fair that one should be in the Southern Hemisphere while the other is closer to home in the Northern Hemisphere.
Making a clean sweep
Peter Johnston’s unique collection of Shelvoke & Drewry heritage street cleansing vehicles.
George Ward of Harrogate
A study of the various steam vehicles used by this family firm’s removals and storage business.
Key to success
The only operable double Woolf Compound beam engine in the world, built by John Key of Kirkcaldy, Scotland.
Club Focus: Canterbury MES
Formed in 1972 by a group of model locomotive enthusiasts, the Canterbury & District Model Engineering Society has in recent years welcomed many new members from all disciplines.
Bob Greenshields entered the world of miniature steam in his seventies and now aged 76 rallies his completed 3in scale Allchin.
Road Roller Association Notes
‘Tail Lamp Tom’
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