Links to events, magazines and other services.
Tinkers Park is home to The Claude Jessett Trust - a registered charity dedicated to the preservation of vintage farming and construction implements and mechanical musical instruments.
A wonderful steam rally held in the beautiful grounds of Wiston Park in West Sussex. The aim of each event is to support local and national charities and raise sufficient funds to continue to hold future events. Wiston Steam Rally has strong links with the Sussex Steam Engine Club and regularly supports events held by the Club.
Founded in 1937, the Society’s objectives are: The enhancement of education and research into the past history of all types of self propelling steam engines (other than those running on rails) and those types of stationary steam engines known as portable engines, the results of such research shall be made available through the Society Journal and other publications.
Steam & Vintage Restoration Magazine
The HCVS was the first commercial vehicle club to be formed in the 1958 and it certainly led the way. The Society has continued through the years as the largest organisation for historic van, lorries, buses, military and steam vehicles and this will continue under the trustees. The society represents the movement as a whole regarding historic commercial vehicles of all types whether their owners are members or not when it comes to legislation.
The quality magazine for steam and industrial heritage enthusiasts
From the publishers of the Steam Heritage Guide, Vintage Spirit brings you the latest event reports, preservation news and fascinating features on restoration projects, heritage museums and well-known personalities from the preservation scene.
The Black Country Live Steamers are a Society dedicated to model, miniature and full size steam road vehicles and stationary steam plant.
Chris Forbes takes some wonderful photographs from various events including some of the photographs used throughout our website. Thanks Chris.
With over 40 full size steam engines taking part in arena events, steam ‘working area’ with threshing machines and saw benches, a Victorian Fair complete with Carousel and traditional side shows, over 60 scale steam engines and ride on railway, classic cars, stationary engines, commercial, farming, military vehicles and stalls, there really is something for everyone.
The Steam Apprentice Club is an organisation for young people interested in road steam engines. The club was founded in 1979 by the National Traction Engine Club and now represents the young person's branch of the National Traction Engine Trust.
You can join here