Woolpit Steam

Photo Gallery 1

Early Days

  A selection of steam engines in the ring including 1916 Wallis and Stevens expansion engine No 7497, Burrell Devonshire Reg No. BJ6398, Burrell SCC Reg No AF4574 and Burrell No 3106 Reg No 439. One of a pair of Walsh and Clark 45Hp Paraffin ploughing engines owned by The Museum of East Anglian Life at Stowmarket. A fine selection of veteran tractors including a 1918 I.H.C. Titan in ' As found condition ', a 1918 Saunderson model G, a 1918 Moline model D and a 1917 Moline model B.
A well restored 1924 I.H.C. 10-20 " The New International Junior" owned by R. Wedd.
Two fine looking Fordson E27's. The one nearest the camera is fitted with a Leeford Muldozer blade and electric lighting.
A British Anzani Iron Horse complete with plough cultivator. Two engines - one tractor, Ernest Doe joined them together to create ' The Dual Power '. This one dates from 1958.
A selection of motorcycles near the 'Autojumble'.
In the barn we had several collections on display. This one with its polished brass stands out particularly well.
Stationary engines are a big part of the show. Here we see a 1924 Hercules.
A low tension R. Hornsby and Sons Oil Engine.
A busy scene with a Bamford P10 root cutter, Bamford No 3 Mill and Tangye waterpump being driven off line shafting by a 1921 Bamford 5.6 Hp engine.
Organiser Gerald Seeley and his father attend to the root cutting using Mangels specially grown for the event.
A colourful selection of vintage cars and light commercials.
Heavy commercials and fire engines.
Military vehicles camouflaged well in the trees.
The 'Bomb Disposal' wait under threatening skies.
A well restored Harvest Wagon and Eddison living van.