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HMS Bellona was one of the most famous ships of the British Navy. launch on 19 February 1760, Bellona sailed to join the battle fleet to blockade Brest. Painting by Geoff Hunt.

HMS Bellona was one of the most famous ships of the British Navy. launch on 19 February 1760, Bellona sailed to join the battle fleet to blockade Brest. Painting by Geoff Hunt.

Gresley approached Harold Yarrow (of Yarrow & Co.), and over the next three years they designed a new water-tube boiler for locomotive use.

This locomotive that could (and probably should) start this column waited patiently for 9 weeks. Meet the father of all streamline iron ho…

Want this pattern as a free PDF? Click below and I’ll email it to you! Get this pattern as a free PDF Whip up a quick and fun gift for your next baby shower with these soft rattle blocks. Each block includes a variety of colors and textures to engage a baby’s senses and you... Read More »

Want this pattern as a free PDF? Click below and I’ll email it to you! Get this pattern as a free PDF Whip up a quick and fun gift for your next baby shower with these soft rattle blocks. Each block includes a variety of colors and textures to engage a ba

A multiple level 3D chess board. Made of walnut, each block is at a different height to add a fun and artistic factor to the classic game of chess. With a proper workshop and a few pieces of walnut lumber, you can build your own 3D chess board in less than a week. This craft is both appealing to the eye and also a great way to test your skills of chess in a whole different way.

A multiple level chess board. Made of walnut, each block is at a different height to add a fun and artistic factor to the classic game of chess. With a proper workshop and a few pieces of walnut lumber, you can build your own chess board in less than

Rare steam train King Edward II restored to former glory in 20 year labour of…

Image detail for -The King Edward II steam engine was first used by Great Western Railway in the pulling trains between London Paddington and the west of England.