New communication methods for old iron
The advancements of technology have made it possible to watch foreign and domestic steam shows on the computer.
Tracing the development of steam engine
The history of steam engines as we know them begins in the mid-1600s, which appears to be an interesting period both politically and scientifically.
Music is a good addition to steam shows
Fairground organs, as big as a truck in some cases, make quite a sight at a steam shows, especially if there are eight or 10 in a row.
Models help keep steam engine interest alive
The size of model engines is the primary factor making them popular.
Pictures helped tell the threshing story
Old photos showing engines in action, especially steam threshing activity, come from all parts of the country and including Canada.
Threshing always popular at Northwest Pa. steam show
Steam Engine Show features threshing, baling and sawmilling.
Steam shows: The times they are a changin’
I suppose this title can be applied to most any area of human endeavor but if we are thinking of steam engines and steam shows, which is my usual field, many details come to mind.
Engines highlighted country by country
The European Traction Engine Register 4th edition details many steam engines from around the world.
British steam magazine offers ‘rally’ insight
There are differences between English and American steam engine clubs. Here's a look at British steam magazine Steaming and some English engines.
Steam-loving people, railroads under steam and steamed food
Not too many steam power shows in the winter, so it's a good time to think back (or plan for summer).