Inside the May issue

New Build Foster Agricultural

Our cover story this month – the remarkable brand new Foster Compound Traction Engine built by Matthew Sheldon in Lincolnshire for John Livesey, who tells Old Glory readers the full story.

John Deere Centenary

It all started in March 1918 with the acquisition of the Waterloo Gasoline Engine Co.

Glasgow Vintage Vehicles Trust

Hosting a successful open day at the original Bridgeton Bus Garage.

The River Don Engines

What is possibly the most powerful working steam engine left in the world, at Sheffield’s Kelham Island Industrial Museum

Robey Wagon Overview

The second and concluding part in our archive survey of Robey wagons

Brunel’s Finest: SS Great Britain

The 175th anniversary of the great-great grandmother of all modern ships

Men of Steam: Sir William McAlpine

Our tribute to the recent passing of preservationist Sir William (Bill) McApline

The Old Clayton

The oldest surviving Clayton & Shuttleworth traction engine, No. 32900 of 1899

Tractor World – Scotland

A first time hit for Scotland’s newest tractor event, with over 9,000 visitors

Heague Windmill

The last stone built, six-sailed working windmill in Derbyshire

 

Plus all the regulars; including Enginelines, Vintageworld, OG in Miniature and Museum Guide, plus all the latest News & Events, AdVintage readers’ adverts and much more……..