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Engine Database

The National Traction Engine Trust ‘Members Website’ is a relatively new initiative by the Trust. Unfortunately it has been blighted by technical difficulties which has prevented it being updated as often as possible. One area that has suffered most os the ‘Online Data Base’, which is currently sitting stagnent. It is hoped in time the issues will be resolved and access can be expanded.

The Engine Database is a listing of all preserved engines and their working and preservation owners put together by the late John Cook former vice chair of the NTET.

Once online it will be a fantastic resourse.

To gain entry to the ‘Members Website’, you will first need to be a member of the Trust, and have your membership card at the ready when you log in for the first time and register.

Registration is simple, quick and takes no more than two minutes. Just click on the link below and follow the easy to follow instructions.

Once logged in you will arrive at the ‘Home Page’, from here you simply click on the section that you wish to view (e.g. ‘Engine Archive’). You will then arrive at the ‘10 Most Recently Added Albums’, which you can click on to view. There is an index on the right of the screen which you can use to search the archive by either collection or year.

At any given time you can only see 10 albums per page, this will be expanded in time.

Please note that this is a very new system and is being developed as we continue to publish more material. If you have any issues with the system please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you are not currently a member of the National Traction Engine Trust but wish to view the material currently available, please join us by using the link below.

All the content published in the Members Area are the property of the National Traction Engine Trust and should not be copied and we politely ask that members keep their log in details for their own use.