June 2013 - Issue 280
♦ News & Events
♦ Industrial Heritage: News
♦ On the Water: News
♦ OG in Mini: News
News Focus: Edinburgh Horse Tram restoration completed.
The life and times of steam legend Giles ‘Doc’ Romanes: The last of a three-part series on one of our elder statesmen of steam, Giles Romanes.
Scotland’s last wheelwright: Ian Grant still keeps the wheels of the past turning in a world of ‘knaves’ and ‘staves’.
Rolling on in Rutland - Foden R Type: Trevor Ellis’s 1934 Foden R Type was among the first of the diesel powered lorries produced by Foden after the firm moved away from steam power.
Death and destruction - mill engines and boilers: A look at some wonderful mill engines and boilers at the end of their useful industrial lives.
More moves than Pickfords: We meet James Waterfield and his Wallis & Steevens 3-ton tractor – once part of the famous Pickfords fleet and one of only seven survivors of the type.
The Yorkshire wagon at Tiger Snake Gulch - Part 2: Robin Gibb’s Yorkshire wagon No 1443 is up and running at his farmstead in Northern Victoria, Australia, after a long restoration.
The ‘Ultimate’ in Marshall rollers: Ian Burley and his chunky Marshall roller S-Type Ultimate is fresh from winter work and ready for the season ahead.
Classic Motorcycles: The Scott Flying Squirrel.
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