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Somerset Traction
Engine Club

Welcome to the Somerset Traction Engine Club, and the Somerset Steam & Country Show.

About us

Our beginnings can be traced back to 1955 when a steam party took place near Bridgwater.

Our history

Traction Engine Rallies as we know them were few and far between.

News & events

The latest news and events from the Somerset Traction Engine Club.

Somerset Steam & Country Show 2024
STEC Quiz Night
Somerset Steam & Country Show 2023

The Somerset Steam & Country Show, 21st – 23rd July 2023.

Have a great weekend break at the Somerset Steam and Country Show 2023. The main event in the Club’s calendar is the annual rally.

The Somerset Steam & Country Show takes place at Low Ham, near Langport, Somerset.

Somerset Traction Engine Club was originally formed some 50 years ago in order to give its members the opportunity to meet other people with similar interests, to maintain the interests of members in the activities of the Club, and to promote rallies and social activities.


Entry Forms

Download our Somerset Steam and Country Show entry forms and STEC Membership forms.

Entry forms

Camping

Family camping pitch plus full weekend entry to the show for the family, with great entertainment for all!

Camping

Location

Get directions to the Somerset Steam & Country Show, located at Low Ham, near Langport.

Location

Buy Tickets

Advance adult tickets and advance camping tickets for the Somerset Steam and Country Show.

Buy tickets

Our latest news and events

STEC slider show Somerset Steam & Country Show, 2024

Somerset Steam & Country Show, 2024

The 2024 Somerset Steam & Country Show will be held on 20th – 21st July 2024. For more informationFacebook/ Somerset Traction Engine ClubTwitter @countrysteamClub email:…

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STEC New Year’s Day Road Run, Jan 1st 2024
Annual General Meeting of the Somerset Traction Engine Club
Somerset Steam & Country Show
Somerset Steam and Country Show 2016
STEC home DSC 5295 Somerset Traction Engine Club

About the Somerset Traction Engine Club

The beginnings of the club can be traced back to 1955 when a steam party took place near Bridgwater.

This gave its members the opportunity to meet other people with similar interests and to promote rallies and social activities.

Our aim are to advance the education of the members and the general public by increasing and maintaining interest in:

  • Historic mechanically propelled vehicles including traction engines, steam rollers, and other steam vehicles.
  • Other historic machinery including fair organs and equipment and agricultural machinery and equipment.
  • Historic crafts and craftsmanship.

Join the Club


Join the Somerset Traction Engine Club

If you are interested in anything connected with the preservation movement, then why not join this friendly organisation?

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