Mar 2015 - Issue 301
• News & Events • Old Glory in Miniature News
The Cranleigh Belle
The story of Burrell Gold Medal Tractor No 4072 The Cranleigh Belle, which returned to the rally field last year.
Popes on Wheels!
The transport museum in the Vatican, dedicated to the many vehicles that have kept our popes on the move.
Bowled over by commercials
Former County and England cricketer Jack Russell and his collection of classic commercial vehicles.
Transport museum conservator
A day in the varied life of a professional transport museum conservator.
A Marshall comes home
The restoration of Marshall traction engine William Scott has begun in earnest again.
J & F Howard of Bedford
From steam and agricultural implements to petrol locomotives, the story of one of our greatest engineering pioneers.
New home for a Hindley Horizontal engine
A rare 1860s survivor from Hindley of Bourton has a new life at Sherborne Steam & Watermill Centre.
Bradford’s illustrious history in profile
Yorkshire’s first industrial museum celebrates its 40th anniversary.
The signwriter’s art
The skills of the signwriter as he adds the final flourish to restored vehicles.
Know your engines
Injectors – thermodynamics or magic?
Six-inch Burrell Showman’s engine
Peter Bowles’ miniature masterpiece comes under the spotlight.
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