The Strumpshaw Hall Steam Museum in Strumpshaw, Norfolk is home to a collection of Traction engines, Steam rollers, a Showman's engine and a Steam wagon which are run on special occasions and on the last Sunday of each month from April to October.

The Museum also has a narrow gauge railway operated by a Simplex diesel disguised as a steam engine and a simple four-wheeled coach which are run on most open days. The museum also has the last surviving example of a Garret type of Traction Engine which is now in service, and a unique example of a Steam Wagon which is also working and a huge Ploughing Traction Engine along with a Threshing machine and an old plough with the Ploughing engine.
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