Kevin Hoggett visited a number of preservation sites in early 2017, Click on
the report you are interested in:
This report covers the various steam road engines seen:
National Steam Centre at Scrawsby
These are some of the exhibits at Scrawsby, a most impressive
set: The first one is Fowler Z7 ploughing engine 15500, the drum is just visible
under the boiler.
The second engine is a Ruston Proctor colonial engine.
Beaconsfield Mine & Heritage Centre
The Centre has a collection of road steam engines (search https://ehive.com/collections/4899/beaconsfield-mine-and-heritage-centre).
This traction engine is from Frick, Waynesboro PA, USA https://ehive.com/collections/4899/objects/281009/traction-engine-steam
(note place is wrongly spelt on the website).
This is a Marshall portable, I would not place any
reliance on the number! The style is of a much later date than the number
This a Claytn and Shuttleworth portable said to be 12hp of
This Marshall traction engine is inaccessible as the
ground is subsiding and unsafe:
Redwater Creek Railway at Sheffield
There is a collection of road steam engines in a shed
This is a superheated McLaren traction engine (1253/:
Burrell single crank compound traction engine (3010)
Two Marshall traction engines, a Hornsby oil engine and an
unidentified small traction engine.
Finally, the unique local Salisbury Foundary and Engineers
(Launcestion, Tasmania) steam roller of 1910.