Built to special order of Thomas Turner, Bradworthy, Devon and fitted with many features not usually found on a roller, including compensating gear, balanced crank, rope winding drum and fairleads, swing fire door and extended bunker.
Two cart horses pull an old fashioned cart along a country lane in Cornwall.
Hartswell Heavy Haulage is a Burrell traction engine restored to it former glory.
Ultimate is Marshall Road Roller and has been lovingly restored by her present owneres.
Where does this beautiful old door lead?
An old red pillar box standing outside The Pheasant Inn.
Chocolate and cigarette vending machines hanging on a wall.
Prometheus is an old steam engine and part of the Eddisons steam rolling company.
David Brown Tractors began in 1936 when Harry Ferguson and David Brown entered a partnership to make a small agricultural tractor powered by a Coventry Climax engine at the famous David Brown Park Gear Works in Huddersfield. Very soon David Brown had introduced his own engine and had secretly begun plans to market his own tractor; the writing was soon on the wall for the partnership with Ferguson.
Aveling & Porter Road Roller 4765 was built in 1901 and is still going strong.
This historic steam engine was originally worked by Keck Gonnerman Company of Mount Vernon Industries.
A bright red cart in a snowy street. This image has been colour popped to bring out the bright red cart.
A Victorian post office on a cold winters day in January.
An old Victorian cottage, note the bath tub hanging on the wall outside!