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October Club Meeting

For the October Club Meeting on Monday 8th October we will have Peter Green coming to give a talk about the Steam Boat Alaska. http://www.thames-steamers.co.uk/index.html Advertisements

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Steam event this weekend

This weekend there will be a gathering of vintage vehicles in Burghclere village near Newbury. Centred around the newly built Burghclere miniature railway (https://www.facebook.com/BMRSociety/) there will be full size and miniature road steam, cars , tractors and much more. The … Continue reading

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September club meeting

For the September Club meeting on Monday 10th September we have Peter Turvey giving a talk on Crofton Beam Engines. Crofton has the oldest working steam engines in the world still performing the job they were built to do! There … Continue reading

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Hungerford Victorian Extravaganza

The TVTEC have been contacted by the organisers of the Hungerford Victorian Extravaganza. They are looking for engines to attend this years Victorian night on Friday 14th December. If you are interested then please contact David Small on 07713 094759 … Continue reading

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Crofton Beam Engines Steam Gala

Calling all TVTEC engine owners. Croftom Beam Engines are looking for engines to attend their Steam Gala on 29th – 30th September. https://www.croftonbeamengines.org/  Coal and stabling will be provided.

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Club Model’s night – Monday 9th July from 6.30pm

Don’t forget Monday’s club night when we’ll be descending on Fred Cooper’s yard for our annual models evening. Bring your model with you or just turn up and enjoy the fun. For further info contact our secretary on 07787 550824.

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Carter’s Steam Fair, Pinkneys Green 2018

12th/13th May saw the annual Steam Spectacular of Carter’s Steam Fair visiting it’s home town Pinkneys Green, Maidenhaed. As anyone who’s visited Carter’s Steam Fair knows it is always a feast for the senses, their wonderful rides and attractions all … Continue reading

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