Photos taken by Steam man Bev on a weekend out with the cars.
Today in Norfolk it rained heavily first thing in the morning but by the time Basil's three Stanley steamers were out of the garage and in steam ready for the journey to the Forncett Industrial Steam Museum the sun had broken through and apart from the odd spit of rain, the 18 miles of picturesque route were blessed with sunshine. Once again rather than rely on the water supply at the museum with only a mile to go we topped up from the local river. Not that passing motorist couldn't get through they just stopped to watch and photograph the spectacle. We obliged in taking part in the model steam engine run to the local Tank Museum, a mile and a quarter away, certainly not the quickest mile and a quarter we had done but all power to their elbow when you see the size of their engines.