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Wallis & Steevens

Wallis & Steevens was a manufacturer of agricultural equipment, traction engines and steam and diesel road rollers. The company was founded in 1856 and had its headquarters in Basingstoke, England. Though it did make the change to petrol powered equipment, the company ceased trading in 1981.
Wallis & Steevens Wallis & Steevens 1925 steam roller HO6459, 'Friend Richard'. Andrew.
Wallis & Stevens No2524 This is Wallis & Stevens 10 ton roller No2524 of 1900 reg No BP8585 "Caroline" at a North Notts rall...
Savage Chain Engine Savage General Purpose Engine at Birmingham. Registration reads OAH14P. See picture #308 also. ...
Suprise DCC 1921 Wallis and Steevens Ltd Basingstoke No 7641, UK registration BW4668, named "Surprise". J.R...
Big Emma First in a row of engines is 'Big Emma', a 1896 built Wallis & Steevens Steam Roller, registration H...
No. 7372 - Loki Wallis & Steevens Limited, Basingstoke, England's 5 ton, 4nhp ST no. 7372, 'Loki. 1912 tractor. Regi...
Which Wallis? Wallis & Steevens Ltd. Basingstoke built engine seen at Long Melford in 2009.
Wallis & Steevens GP engine 7248 "Pedler" photographed at the Electric Railway Museum, next door to the Midland Air Museum, on 21 May...
Faith - NO4710 Photo of the 1916 built Wallis & Steevens General Purpose Engine named 'Faith'. Seen here at Rougham...
General purpose engine Faith Another picture of the 1916 built Wallis & Steevens General Purpose Engine named 'Faith'. Seen here ...
Get out of my way! 1909 built Burrell traction engine AF4574 "Princess" and the general purpose engine 'Faith' NO4710....
Faith at Rougham Side view of the Wallis & Steevens General Purpose Engine named 'Faith', NO4710. On show at Rougham...

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