Links to other websites:- just click on the link to launch the website of your choice. 


Useful Links to Sites of Interest

             David Brown Tractors. A site with a wealth of information about          the history of DB



The Monks Eleigh Bygones Collectors Club.

 A very proactive club that caters for anyone interested in preserving our heritage.        
Based in Long Melford Suffolk                                


      Trans-Pennine Publishing
A site full of information about the vintage scene, books, places to visit, events, museums etc.

Radco Engines is a company owned and operated by Robyn Slater who are able to carry out specialist machining, fabricating and general engineering to modern and vintage engines including white metal bearings. 

Vehicle Owner Clubs 
A comprehensive list of owners clubs, including contact details, for all types of vehicles including Cars, Commercials, Motorcycles, Tractors, Military Vehicles and many more. These clubs are approved by the DVLA as being able to provide expertise to help with the registration of their particular class of vehicle. 


        Vintage Spirit is one of Britain's best-loved and fastest-growing magazines for steam and industrial heritage

Woolpit Steam Official Website .
The official Website of Woolpit Steam, a long running and popular rally held in Wetherden Suffolk. Not a big rally but always popular with exhibitors and public and comes highly recommended.   

Browse the website then make a visit. You will be fascinated by what you find in this museum.

NEETEC Website (North East Essex Traction and Engine Club)
A new site under development from a club with the same interests and objectives to the FMPS.     


Trevor Burch Photographer. Trevor is associated with the FMPS as the man who provides many of the rally pictures you will find in our picture gallery. He also acts as an independent reporter/photographer for many tractor and vintage magazines. 



Strumpshaw Steam Museum and Rally.

This long established museum and rally is one of the best known in East Anglia and is very worthy of a family day out.