Mar 2014 - Issue 289
News & Events • Old Glory in Miniature News
Sonsie Quine: A Clayton’s third incarnation
The appearance last year of Garry Scott’s 1920 Clayton & Shuttleworth road locomotive No 48656 marked the culmination of a 10-year rebuild.
If it has ever been a transport undertaking, then it’s extremely likely that Gerald Hartley has a mounted transfer for it.
Beamish and the Dene machines
Beamish Museum recently commemorated the centenary of a long-lost local motorcycle manufacturer, the Dene Motor Co of Newcastle.
Steam’s last stand: The Sentinel DG8
With a ‘new build’ on the way, we take a detailed look at the development of what was the first eight-wheel rigid commercial vehicle chassis, dubbed by the press as ‘a waggon too far’.
Keith Shakespeare – rally promoter and preservationist
Celebrating 40 years of steam rally promoting and trading, Keith Shakespeare has been part of the preservation scene for even longer still.
Auckland’s steam ferries
Phil Barnes looks at the three surviving double-ended steam ferries that once worked out of Waitemata Harbour in Auckland, New Zealand.
Steam bush tramway log hauler
A 1932-built Vulcan steam powered bush tramway log hauler that was rescued from the bush in the 1970s and is now fully operable.
Moving on: Wallis heads north
In the same family for 40 years, it’s been at least 30 years since we’ve seen Wallis & Steevens No 2932.
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