The January club meeting will take place at Englefield Social Club on Monday 12th Jan. This month we have Alan Stevens showing some more of his collection of early preservation slides. Here are some pictures of early TVTEC preservationists:
On 30th October the Hawthorne family celebrated 100 years to the day that Burrell tractor n0. 3626 was sent out of the Burrell works to H. Hickman’s of Princes Risborough Bucks.
Next Monday (13th Jan), Alan Stevens will be showing traction engine films from the early preservation days. Please bring your money with you – annual subscriptions are now due, and Richard will be cornering you! At £10 per year this … Continue reading →
Believe it or not, it’s that time again! The Club Christmas meeting will take place on Monday 9th December. As usual there will be a full buffet, raffle, video’s and a photo competition – so please bring along your photo’s … Continue reading →
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Don’t forget to come along to Max Cafe on Monday night for our August club meeting. Please bring an exhibit if you can. There will be a suprise visitor this year! So far we’ve had a good rally season with … Continue reading →
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This year’s Stoke Row Road Run was blessed with many exhibits and excellent weather. Engines made their way from the Greenaway’s yard and other locations to The Sun at Whitchurch Hill for lunch. An inundated landlady made everyone very welcome. … Continue reading →
Tagged Burrell, Fowler, Garrett, Marshall, Road Loco, Steam on the road, Steam Rollers, Stoke Row, traction engine, TVTEC, Wallis and Steevens, Woodcote
The Club will be visiting the premesis of David Wren Davis on Saturday 1st June. This will involve a tour of Prestwood in Buckinghamshire including a stop at a micro brewery. Hopefully the tour will be steam powered, although this … Continue reading →
At The TVTEC April meeting next Monday 8th April, James Wren Davis will be talking about the recent heavy general overhaul of the families Burrell 8nhp showman’s engine No. 2668, “Britannia”. This promises to be an evening worth turning out … Continue reading →
Member Trevor Clay who owns Burrell 3″ scale traction engine “Bill” provides some interesting information on weights and speeds: Comparing scale weights and speeds of miniatures against full size weights and speeds I have often wondered about how hard miniature … Continue reading →
Richard Hawthorne reports on his winter project to repair the throat plate on Burrell Gold Medal Tractor 3626 “Jayne Eyre” A visit from the boiler inspector is always a worrying time, he had a good look at the little Burrell – … Continue reading →