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Classic Plant & Machinery July 2017

Pick up your July issue of Classic Plant & Machinery for the very latest news, features, events and much more. Alan Barnes starts to tell the Akerman story in the first part of this series and Jeremy Rowland looks back at his teenage years and, in particular, Grasam Samson.

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Contents

STRUMPSHAW PARK
A memory from the rally

EDITOR’S WELCOME
Do you know how much a speeding fine can cost you now?

SANDAOLING MINING RAILWAY
A superb story from China by industrial railway expert Gordon Edgar

NEWS
All the latest from around the scene and what’s coming up

HAVE YOUR SAY
Your letters, pictures and thoughts – even from Russia

EVENTS DIARY
Here you will find the best events to attend over the next few months

IRONSTONE MINING
Part 8 deals with Storefield and Cranford. See what Keith Haddock has come up with; we are delighted to receive letters on the subject

AKERMAN PART ONE
Alan Barnes starts to tell the Akerman story in the first part of this series

SWEDEN’S BLACK GOLD
Steve Vale travels north to go underground in Sweden and comes up with some great delights

ALLIS-CHALMERS
Paul Tofield starts a great story, which develops in future months

PRESSING ENGAGEMENT
Jeremy Rowland looks back at his teenage years and, in particular, Grasam Samson

MUCKSHIFTING SUCCESS
Paul Tofield comes up with the first of our late May Bank Holiday plant events and tells us all about this great Caterpillar working

TOOL TEST
The editor takes a look at a number of new tools that have come on the market

SALES TALK
Full details on some Donington delights and the announcement of the crawler sale of the year

SALES DIARY
Jayne Love comes up with the dates of the best sales in the UK

SMALL PLANT & MACHINERY
Steven Downes highlights models that have just been released and are a must for all plant enthusiasts

CLASSIFIEDS
This is a free section for you to advertise your plant machines, modern and old. It’s all here

NEXT MONTH
Our plans for the August issue, which is out on Friday July 20