Established since 1954 the National Traction Engine Trust has over 4,000 members of all ages and gender in over 20 countries world wide. The NTET is held in high esteem and is the umbrella organisation for the Steam Traction movement with affiliations held by over 30 organisations in the UK and world wide including the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs, the Road Locomotive Society, the Road Roller Association and many regional Clubs and Associations.
National Vintage Tractor & Engine Club - East Anglia
The National Vintage Tractor & Engine Club has been in existence for over 30 years and currently has approximately 7500 members. As its name implies it is a National organisation, however it is divided into Regional Groups with our group known as East Anglia. The Club presents an opportunity for devotees of tractors and stationary engines to contact fellow enthusiasts both at Group level, and nationally via its flagship, the magazine “Vaporising”. Another facet of the N.V.T.E.C is a Safety Code that is recognised as a standard by many rally organisers and insurance companies.
Bedford Steam Engine Presevation Society
The Bedford Steam Engine Preservation Society was formed on 27th February 1956 by a few stalwart steam enthusiasts which has grown over the years into one of the largest preservation societies in the country. Its first steam rally was in 1957 (in conjunction with the National Traction Engine Club) at Woburn Park where it was very well attended by engines from all over Bedfordshire and surrounding counties.
Here you'll find interesting articles, stories, and vast image galleries centered on the Collection, Preservation, and exhibition of Vintage Tractors, Stationary Engines, and other collections, including steam vehicles, commercial vehicles, old Oil Cans, farm implements, tools, bottles and more. We will also be bringing you in-depth reports and articles on various shows, rally, and exhibitions in the Fenland and the surrounding area.
Steam Scenes is the largest collection of traction engine pictures on the internet. Our collection contains pictures of steam traction engines taken at steam rallies, road runs and within museums across the UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
The Museum of East Anglian Life
Discover the history and natural world of East Anglia on our beautiful 75 acre site—explore nearly 3km of woodland and riverside nature trails. Learn about fascinating East Anglian crafts and traditional Gypsy culture, get steamed up with our powerful engines and meet our friendly animals including Major, our Suffolk Punch Horse and rare breeds of cattle and sheep. Discover 15 splendidly restored historic buildings and try some delicious food and local produce in the new museum bistro.
Weeting Steam Engine Rally and Country Show
Held annually the third weekend in July, the Weeting Steam Rally features trade and craft Stalls, working demonstrations, vintage vehicles, miniature steam railway, children's entertainment, restaurant and bars.
Cambridgeshire Steam Rally at Swavesey
Cambridgeshire Steam Rally, held annually at Swavesey, Cambs. This event was formerly the Wood Green Steam Rally. 20th & 21st July 2013
Kettering Vintage Rally & Steam Fayre
Saturday & Sunday 21st & 22nd September 2013 ~ Cranford, Near Kettering, Northants. ~ email: - email@example.com