Inside the action-packed March Issue……….



18 pages of News & Events

Old Glory’s unique Miniature Steam News section



Engine Sales in 2017

Concluding our overview of what’s been sold at auctions and sold privately in the UK, Ireland, mainland Europe and North America.

Robey Wagon Overview

Courtesy of the Lincolnshire Archives, we bring a number of images of Robey steam wagons.

Celtic Steamers Road Run

In August 2017, Celtic Steamers organised a road run for all steam enthusiasts in Ireland.

Hallford of Dartford Part 1

During the painstaking restoration of his superb 1912 Hallford Omnibus, Adrian Herbert compiled an interesting archive of information and photos on the Dartford-based vehicle manufacturer.

The Grand Old Lady of Wem

Andrew Davies’ 1911 Shand-Mason Volunteer Class lightweight fire engine made a triumphant return to its home town after laying in a scrapyard near Shrewsbury for many decades.

Transport of Delight in Prague

Items of transport interest in Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic.

Thames Barge 70th Anniversary

The Thames Sailing Barge Trust, based at Hythe Quay in Maldon, Essex, reaches an important anniversary this year, having been in operation for 70 years.

The Northwest Threshing Company

Information gleaned from a little-known advertising hardback book entitled The Northwest Plowing, Grading & Heavy Traction Engine.

Clayton Portable Debut

It was a close run thing for Martin Shepherd to have his newly restored Clayton & Shuttleworth portable engine ready in time to appear at the 2017 BSEPS rally.

Steam at the Zoo

What started nearly fifty years ago as a short stretch of railway to allow zoo visitors to see the White Rhinos has developed into an exceptional professionally run railway with pristine locomotives and rolling stock.

Live Steam Models’ 4in Burrell

For Ben Webster it was a visit to the GDSF in 2011 which prompted him to consider building his own miniature traction engine.