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Links to Interesting Traction engines Sites

These are interesting links to general Traction engines pages on the internet. However, we also link to museum pages where available and provide links to clubs and shops on a reciprocal basis.

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British Engineerium

Beautifully restored working Victorian pumping station with original beam engine, boiler house, gleaming model and full size engines, traction engines, horse drawn fire engine, craftsmen's tools and domestic appliances. Especially for children the Giant's Toolbox - a hands-on exhibition. Boilers alight and in steam on the first Sunday in month and Sunday and Monday of public holidays.

Cumberland Toy & Model Museum, The

Over 100 years of mainly British toys with many visitor operated exhibits including Hornby trains, Scalextric, Meccano, Lego, a 1950ís helicopter and even working card models.

Early steam engines: 1690 - 1840

Great site offering the history of early steam engines and their inventors with animations!

East Anglian Traction Engine Society

The society is always keen to recruit new members to help in the preservation and showing of our engines.

Historical & Technical Societies, Museums & Tourist Lines

Internet Craftmanship Museum

Showcase for some of the very best models.

National Traction Engine Trust

The NTET provides service, education and expertise on all aspects of steam preservation.

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