18 April 2013.
Marshall ‘S’-Type road roller No 78572 was one of a trio of rollers to be saved from a Cambridgeshire scrapyard by enthusiasts in 1961. Fifteen-year-old Steam Apprentice Club member Will Hurley, on work experience with Old Glory, tells the story of his family-owned machine in the May 2013 issue.
16 August 2012.
Thomas Baines, owner of just-restored Ruston & Hornsby roller No 122282 of 1924, sought to find out more about its old owners Alfred Dawson & Co.
18 July 2012.
Once again proving that something beautiful can be constructed from just a few remaining parts, Alan Barnes brings the story of the Worbey family’s just-rebuilt Garrett overtype steam wagon No 30826 of 1912 – reconstructed from a surviving chassis, rear axle and some lucky finds.
Current Issue: June 2013
♦ £49,000 for Cambridge horse tram
♦ HCVS – Brighton run remembers chairman Ron
♦ 12 days of Beamish
♦ The ultimate in Marshall rollers
♦ Fowler's UK rally debut
♦ Moving away from steam: the Foden ‘R’ Type
♦ Death and destruction – mill engines and boilers
♦ Pickfords Wallis tractor ♦ Penny slots
♦ Scotland’s last wheelwright
• Next issue on sale: June 20, 2013