We are a club dedicated to the preservation and restoration of all manner of vintage items. Our site is quite unique, affording members the space to store engines and living vans etc. with a clubroom and onsite kitchen which provides refreshments during our public events. It is home to several steam vehicles, associated living vans and other historic vehicles belonging to Club members and the Club itself. However, you do not have to own a vintage vehicle/item of any kind in order to join our club - just an interest in ‘all things vintage’.
Members receive 4 newsletters per year and free entry to our June and October Steam Parties when a current membership card is shown on the gate. There are many ways to get involved and if you are interested follow the link to our membership page.
The Club owns two steam engines:
Ex-Staffordshire County Council Aveling and Porter roller of 1914. Works no: 8316, Registration E5335 Lady Hamilton
Burrell ‘Devonshire type’ traction engine, 2706, Admiral Togo, which has recently beed restored by Club members in our onsite workshop facility.
The Club also owns a Crossley 28 hp single cylinder diesel engine which is housed adjacent to the workshop on site.
A third steam engine, Greens of Leeds steam roller reg: RF3309, is on loan to the club from Staffordshire County Council.
*****All of the above engines are on display at our events.*****