|Vintage Spirit Magazine|
|Subject area||Steam, Vintage Preservation, Industrial Heritage|
|Published by||Steam Heritage Publishing Ltd|
|No. years published||15 years (est)|
|Date first published||19?|
|No of pages (average)||90 average|
|Format / size||A4|
|ISBN no. (Book)|
|ISSN no. (Magazine)||ISSN 1477-1276|
|Event Web Site||www.vintagespirit.co.uk|
Vintage Spirit Magazine is published monthly, by Steam Heritage Publishing Ltd of Cranleigh Surrey. The magazine features news, archive and feature articles on a wide range of subjects related to older machinery; Steam traction engines, Fairground rides, Steam Boats, Steam Lorries, Old buses, Trams, Stationary engines in factories and Pumping stations, Open days and Museums, & General Industrial Heritage Preservation. A For Sale section and Classified adverts relating to heritage items and advertising for services and supplies to people restoring Old machinery etc.
A what's on guide to events each month, with a separate 'Events Guide for the year' book 'free' in the March issue along with a separate annual Steam Heritage Guide to Museums, railways and other heritage attractions (guide book sold separately).
The magazine used to be published independently by Waterways World Ltd of Burton on Trent.
164 issues As of March 2016[update]
Other Titles by publisherEdit
- Main article: Steam Heritage Publishing Ltd
Published by Steam Heritage Publishing;
- Steam Railway Magazine ?
- Assorted ? titles as well.
a couple of others have started but only one currently survives in the UK in the road steam sector. (Several competing railway steam magazines exist)
References / sourcesEdit
Based on info in a typical issue
Magazine web site www.vintagespirit.co.uk
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