May 2014 - Issue 291
News & Events ♦ Old Glory in Miniature News
The Clayton from Sandy Bay
For many years, Clayton & Shuttleworth No 40637 was at the World of Country Life at Sandy Bay, Devon, and is now in the hands of Tim Beaven.
Rolling, rallying and roading in Leicestershire
Keith Gays recalls his steam roller rallying days in Leicestershire in the 1960s and 1970s – and not a low-loader in sight.
For the love of Leylands
Adam Auditori recovered and fully restored a very rare 1925 Leyland steam wagon – and now he’s got another Leyland wagon on the way!
Just riveting: Titanic Belfast
Two years since launch, we look at how the successful Belfast attraction sets new standards in industrial and maritime museum presentation.
Steam Legends: Steve Neville
Many are the escapades and tales told of road steam legend and one time mayor of Saffron Walden, the late Steve Neville.
A load of old rubbish
An archive of vehicles involved with collecting rubbish and street sanitation duties – the humble dustcart and road sweeper.
How the (Canadian) West was won (Part 2)
Behind the scenes at the Western Development Museum sites in the western Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
New milestones for old
The historic Cornish post road milestones between Bodmin and Camelford get a full makeover.
Fowler R Class
Paul ‘Tex’ Johnston’s rare Fowler R Class compound traction engine No 12921 of 1911 and its history.
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