Model Traction Engines Prototypes

Created by: Lester Caine, Last modification: 12 Oct 2008 (12:02 UTC)

Aveling and Barford


Aveling and Porter


Barford and Perkins


Charles Burrell and Sons

Burrell's operated out of St. Nicholas Works in Thetford England from their establishment as a foundry and agricultural machinery works by Joseph Burrell in 1803. Joseph's nephew Charles I built the companies first steam engine. The first Burrell road engine emerged in 1856 followed by portable engines, ploughing engines, general purpose engines, road locomotives, road rollers and wagons all of which were built over the years.

Clayton and Shuttleworth


John Fowler and Co


Richard Garrett and Sons


Henschel and Son




Ransome, Sims and Jeffries


Robey and Co








Wallis and Steevens