Vintage Spirit July 2019
- Surreal Sixties Journey to the Isle of Man
- Last Day at the Beeches
- Auction Round Up
- Mingling with Mats
- Bath’s Industrial Time Capsule
- Saturday Night, Sunday Morning – nighttime steamings
- Pride of Kintore – old lorries in Aberdeenshire
...plus all the latest news and event reports
In this issue
Surreal Sixties Journey to the Isle of Man
Dick Bodily travelled to the Isle of Man as a Scout in 1961. The trip was to have an eventful and unexpected start...
Newbies at Yeovil
Jim Gerrard reports on another successful and interesting Abbey Hill Rally which saw some interesting exhibits that were new to the show.
Taking Its Toll
Crossing the bridge was expensive! David Viner reports from a trip to south Devon.
Last Day at the Beeches
The Beeches Light Railway has run for the last time at its home for 15 years. But all is not lost, as James Hamilton reports.
Auction Round Up
Reports from several auctions and one auction preview.
Mingling with Mats
Informal enthusiast gatherings are always relaxed events, and a recent gathering of Matadors proved the point. Brian Gooding reports from a field in Sussex…
Bath’s Industrial Time Capsule
John Hannavy explores a unique slice of Bath’s past.
Saturday Night, Sunday Morning
James Hamilton spent a sleepless night enjoying engines, first at the fair and then en route to Brighton.
Pride of Kintore
Old lorries are alive and well and living in Aberdeenshire. Bob Weir went to Kintore to see two classic commercials from different eras.
James Hamilton dropped in on Surrey’s last working watermill.
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- BMC’s Workhorse
- On the Line to Devil’s Bridge
- Moving forward – preservation in Aberdeen
- Party Time at Hollycombe
- Ellan Vannin Revisited
- Heading East via West Bay
- Rebuilding the Rochefort ‘Pont Transbordeur’
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