Links to Other Websites

Bluebell Railway Preservation Society   The volunteer-run Bluebell Line was the UK's first preserved standard gauge passenger railway, re-opening part of the Lewes to East Grinstead line of the old London Brighton & South Coast Railway in 1960. Since then it has developed into one of the largest tourist attractions in Sussex, yet it still remains true to its objectives of the preservation for posterity of a country branch line, its steam locomotives, coaches and goods stock, signalling systems, stations and operating practices. Website    


British Commercial Vehicle Museum   Located in Leyland, Lancashire the museum is dedicated to the history of wagons, vans and buses and has around 60 vehicles on display including a 1934 Scammell Mechanical Horse which was used within the Watford factory. The display also includes a Reliant Ant. Website    


Flickr photos   The Flickr photo sharing website has a group dedicated to the Mechanical Horse - definitely worth having a look! Website    


Reliant Owners Club   The ROC was formed more than 50 years ago and membership is open to both owners and those interested in all models produced by Reliant since 1935. ROC Website    


Micromaniacs   Friendly and fun club for owners and enthusiasts of all 3 or 4 wheeled microcars, whether classic or modern, and any other 3 wheeler vehicle. Club members own, or have owned, a wide range of vehicles including the usual Isettas and Bonds etc, but also Scammells and Reliant TW9s. Micromaniacs Website    


Scammell Photos on Flickr   Looking for photos of 3 wheeled Scammells? This Flickr group is devoted to our beloved vehicles and is well worth having a look at. Website    


Scammell Register   Founded more than 25 years ago, the Register caters for all Scammell vehicles but has a greater emphasis on the larger ones (ie those with 4 wheels or more!) Website    


Scootacar Register   The website for the Scootacar microcar (often referred to as the telephone box on wheels) which was produced by the world famous railway loco manufacturer, The Hunslet Engine Company, between 1957 and 1965. Website    


Piaggio   Ken Johnson is a 3 wheeler enthusiast living in Ontario, Canada whose main interest is restoring Piaggio and Vespa vehicles. He has also built an excellent website which includes a huge gallery of photos of all kinds of 3 wheeled vehicles from around the world (Motocarro Mundo). Two areas of particular interest are the section on the Piaggio Pentaro (articulated version) and some images of Australian variants of the Scammell Mechanical Horse. Website    


Thomas the Tank Engine 'Madge'   James Gratton is the co-editor of the Real Lives of Thomas the Tank engine website, for which he has researched and collected information about the real life engines and vehicles used in the very popular children's series. One of the more recent additions to the line-up is called 'Madge' and is based on the Scammell Scarab. She can be seen here: Madge Webpage    


Wikipedia   Mechanical Horse enthusiast Matthew Hodder has created a page on the Wikipedia website which is dedicated to the Scammell Mechanical Horse and gives a good overview of the three versions. The Wikipedia entry can be viewed here: Wikipedia    


Youtube   The popular video sharing website has a few videos that feature our favourite vehicles including the Salvage Squad programme that was dedicated to the restoration of the late Chris Waye's Scarab. This can be seen here: Youtube    


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