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Moss Hagg Farm

Campsite & Cottages

Experience Days 

We are proud to be able to offer you Experience Days on our Collection of Vintage Steam and Classic Vehicles.

The Experience days make the perfect present for anyone who is interested in Engineering and Steam so why not surprise a loved one?

The Collection is also available for hire for Film work aswell as your special occasion, we can tailor our services to you needs.

Please feel free to Contact Us for more info and prices.

1905 Fowler D2 Steam Roller (10150) 5nhp.

New to the Kanton of St. Gallen in Switzerland as their engine No. 1. Sold to A Meyerhans Company of Amriswill in 1957 and passing into A Meyerhans personal ownership in 1964. Sold to Jack Huesser of Zurich in 1972. Sold to present owner in June 2001, the engine is in its original working condition with only some minor mechanical restoration.

1923 Stanley 740 Seven Seat Tourer 20hp

This condensing steam car was made in Newton, Massachusetts towards the end of 1923. Purchased on 6 April 2004 by the owner of Moss Hagg Farm As far as is known the car spent its entire life in the town of Clinton, Massachusetts until purchased and brought to England.

1956 Bedford RLHZ 4x4 Green Goddess (Hazel)

The famous 'Green Goddesses' were a 1000 vehicle fleet of fire engines based on a Bedford 4-wheel-drive lorry chassis and were best known for provided emergency cover during strikes by regular fire fighters, most notably in 1977 when they were manned by 20,750 servicemen.

1950 Scammell Explorer Series 1 (The Beast)

Built in 1950 as a heavy recovery vehicle, The Beast has a 15 ton winch under the body and a 5 ton crane. The Beast was used after being demobbed as a heavy recovery truck in Scotland, before being restored as a prime mover and recovery vehicle for use in the fairgrounds around Newcastle.