Cambridge Museum of Technology
The Cambridge Museum of Technology is based in the Old Pumping Station with the original pumps and boilers and many other gas and pump engines. There are also a number of hands-on pumps, a printing room, a collection of early Cambridge wirelesses, instruments and other local artefacts.
Denny Abbey and The Farmland Museum
Denny Abbey and The Farmland Museum is a fascinating mix of farming history, rural life as far back as the 12th Century, and various crafts. It offers historic tours, educational visits for schools, and various other events. It is located just off the A10 north of Cambridge.
Euston Rural pasTimes
The official website of the Euston Rural pasTimes event. The site is still in its infancy, but it includes information about the event, and a number of images of the various exhibits from previous shows. There is also information and a link to the webiste of St Nicholas' Hospice, the charity the event is in aid of.
Knight Farm Machinery Ltd
Knight have a long heritage in agricultural engineering and have built many bespoke machines for farmers in the UK and abroad. Specialising in crop sprayer design since the 1980’s Knight have a reputation for reliable and accurate machines that operate safely and efficiently to make the most of expensive plant protection products.
Morton Steam and Vintage Weekend
In the autumn of 2005 a plan was hatched to stage a one off steam and vintage rally at Morton. The team at first thought they were organising a small event but circumstances took over and eventually the Morton Steam and Vintage Weekend turned into a very large reality.
The official site of Old Glory Magazine, the UK's premier monthly magazine for Vintage Machinery enthusiast. The best in news, features, and more, covering Steam Engines, vintage collections, and restoration projects, all over the UK, and beyond.
Pete's Stationary Engines
A site centered on Stationary engines. Lots of information, not only about his own collection, but also about the development of the engines themselves, also includes rally reports, but he only concentrates on the Stationary Engines there, not the show in general as we do.
Ramsey Rural Museum
This independent museum, housed in renovated 17th Century farm buildings, celebrates 200 years of rural life. On display is a variety of machinery, implements, and vehicles. The pump room depicts the drainage of the Fens, and there is also a Trades Room, Chemist & Cobblers shops, the Ramsey Stores, and the Stable Block houses amongst other displays, a nostalgic Schoolroom.
The official website of the Woolpit Steam show, includes information about the event, gate prices, lists of charities supported and monies donated over the years, how to get there, and also includes some Photo Galleries from the organisers, which includes some pictures from early rallies.