The only comprehensive guide to Britain's transport and industrial heritage
In 2010 the Guide was taken over by a new team who are building on the achievements of former Editor & Publisher Chris Deith who founded the guide in the 1960s.
With over 25 years experience in the heritage magazine business, as editor and now owner of Vintage Spirit magazine, my team and I are always developing this publication. We continue to visit many of the attractions listed as well as lots of events. The combination of the team's experience in the preservation scene and publishing background adds that personal understanding to help all users get the most out of the Guide.
We hope you find it useful and enjoy visiting the many attractions available.
With best wishes.
The 2015 edition will be published in mid-March 2015.
With 148 pages – more than ever before - listing over 900 museums and other attractions as, well as some 1,300 events, for almost 50 years, the Steam Heritage Guide has provided a resource for the entire preservation scene and all aspects of our heritage.
The pocket-size (A5 - 148x210mm) Guide easily fits into a pocket, bag or vehicle glove compartment, so the information is quickly at hand when you are out and about. Despite this internet age, guides such as this are still popular and provide a consistent and valuable resource, especially while travelling or for planning weekend breaks or holidays.
The guide contains easy to understand icons and information to help you plan your visit to any of the museums and attractions so you know if there is parking, refreshments, souvenir shop and if it can cater for disabled access.
Find the information your way, either by the standard regional layouts, by the alphabetical or county indexes.
£7.50 incl. p&p