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UKEngineer, Traction Engines


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Default UKEngineer, Traction Engines

Good Evening

I am UKEngineer, an Engineer from the UK funily enough! hehe

I have an interest in English Traction Engines, ranging from Steam Waggons, to Steam rollers, no particular make.

I am really starting to like the American Style of Traction Engines, and would Ultimateley like to own one in a few years.

I look for information on different makes,features and the prices they comand. Also how to go about Exporting an engine.

I hope there is no problem with me being in the UK, and maybe wanting to Export a US engine to the UK, I can assure you I am heavily interested in History, and any Engine that I became the Custodian of, would be cared for well, with it being kept/restored to as close as possible to the orriginal.

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UK Engineer,

Welcome to SmokStak. Are you a member of Traction Talk also?

Sit back & peruse the steam forum and you will find more answers than questions.

Make plans to attend a few shows/rallies here in the US and you will be impressed.

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