Welcome To The Steam Plough Club
The Steam Plough Club has many members world wide interested in steam ploughing with its engines and implements, personalities and rich history. Founded in 1966 by the late Harold Bonnett the club is about keeping the tackle operating; not just the machinery but passing on the old skills too.
Members of our Club would be pleased to have your help and assistance so that together we can give the steam plough engine its proper place in the history of British agricultural engineering.
The club has a reputation for well organised events in an informal setting. Members have every opportunity to participate whether they have engine ownership or not. This is your chance to leave your arm chair, put on your boots and live real steam on the land.
2016 saw the 50th Anniversary of the clubs founding by Harold Bonnett. Acclaimed events were held at the World Ploughing Championship near York, at the Great Dorset Steam Fair. It culminated in a celebration lunch at the Great Northern Hotel in Peterborough, scene of the club’s origin in 1966.
It is now even easier to buy items from the Steam Plough Club Shop. Most items can now be purchased through Paypal. A few items are shown below, visit the […]
A variety of Steam Themed Greetings Cards have been added to the shop. These are priced at six cards for £10.00 including P&P. 6 Greeting Cards […]
The 72nd British National Ploughing Championships & Country Festival, Bishop’s Lydeard, near Taunton, Somerset, by kind permission of the K. S. Coles and Family. Over 250 top ploughmen and women […]
JOIN THE STEAM PLOUGH CLUB
The Steam Plough Club provides its members with:-
- A quarterly journal – the Steam Plough Times
- Technical advice
- Working instructions for steam ploughing machinery
- Safety guidelines for crews and event organisers
- Engine & implement records
- Engine classes identification
- In-house publications & DVDs
- The opportunity to meet like minded enthusiasts
- Visits & meetings
- Access to Steam Plough Times – A Searchable Index Of the Contents Archive.