Sep 2014 - Issue 295
♦ News & Events ♦ Old Glory in Miniature News
A Wallis returns to Warwickshire
A school reunion provided the perfect excuse to take a motor roller to its old working day haunts.
Smith family Wallis and Marshall
We spotlight Mark Smith and his family with their Wallis & Steevens ‘expansion’ engine and their more recent Marshall compound engine.
The Argentine connection
With Sentinel having ceased production of the S Type in 1938, it wasn’t until early 1949 that it received an order for 100 S6 tippers from the Argentine government.
Mac’s Dorset Deadline
It’s a race to the finish for Neil Gough with the restoration of his McLaren road loco No 1332 of 1912 Gigantic to make it in time for the Great Dorset...
The 46th Great Dorset Steam Fair
We give you a taste of what to expect at this year’s show, which includes a First World War centenary tribute.
50 years of Stradbally rally
The Irish Steam Preservation Society recently celebrated 50 glorious years.
Stan Reynolds: vision and determination
How one man amassed a million items in his museum and then donated it all to the state.
The centenary of Wallis & Steevens’ expansion traction engine No 7248.
All hooves to the pump
The Jubilee Fire Museum in Masterton, New Zealand, and its 127-year-old Shand Mason steam fire pump.
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