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.
OUR LATEST PUBLICATION
THE STORY OF THE MIDLAND ENGINE WORKS LEEDS
by John Wakeham, Henry Roskilly and the late Michael Lane
The book is A4 size and consists of 432 pages and over 490 illustrations excluding tables. It contains the full Alan Duke McLaren lists and chapters on all the ranges of engines and products including direct and cable ploughing. It also covers the business of McLarens in Australia, New Zealand and South America.
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