Below are a selection of photos taken some of the events at which the 5AT Project was represented.
Attendees at meeting of the 5AT Planning Committee held at Alan Fozard's home in Salt, Staffordshire, 14th Oct 2007.
Left to right: Chris Newman; Richard Coleby; Alan Fozard; John Hind; Mike Horne; Jamie Keyte.
In front of the group is William Powell's beautifully prepared model of the 5AT Locomotive (see below)
2nd Jul 2007 - Dunedin, New Zealand
Brian McCammon and Chris Newman standing in front of NZR Ja Class 4-8-2 No 1274 caged inside Dunedin's City Museum.
Brian, who lives in Dunedin, has done much research into bio-fuel options and emissions for the 5AT Project.
28th Jun 2007 - Bournemouth, England
Alan Fozard admires William Powell's completed model of the 5AT at the Arts Institute at Bournemouth.
Chris Newman, Malcolm Cluett and Robin Barnes at a chance meeting in Sydney.
Both Chris and Robin happened to arrive in the city on the same day, and met at Malcolm's house the following day.
Malcolm is holding Robin's (then) latest vision of the 5AT.
11th Dec 2006 - Modern Steam Conference held at the National Railway Museum in York including photos presented earlier on the News page:.
Chris Newman (5AT), Richard Siddall and Andrew King (both from Alstom), John Hind (5AT) and Thomas Schmid attending pre-conference dinner
Thomas Schmid, Roger Waller and Felix Schmid at pre-conference dinner.
Chris Newman presents his paper on Traction Cost Comparisons for Indonesian Coal Haulage.
Kirklees Light Railway locomotive "Fox" in steam at the York Conference
Post-conference dinner:- Left: Roger Waller; right: John Wright, Chris Parrott, Angus Eickhoff and Janet Farahar.
15th Oct 2005 - Darlington
David Bedding (A1 Trustee); John Duncan (5AT Technical Adviser); Alan Fozard (Chairman of 5AT Commercial Planning Committee);
David Elliot (Director of Engineering A1 Trust); John Hind (Chairman of 5AT Engineering Design Planning Committee)
8th April 2005 - Rio Turbio, Argentina
Shaun McMahon (right) and Chris Newman standing in front of RFIRT Santa Fe 2-10-2 No 116 at the Rio Turbio workshops, Patagonia, Argentina.
No 116 has been returned to working order (in orginal pre-Porta condition) by the workshop's "worker's cooperative".
16th Oct 2004 - Stafford
23rd Oct 2003 - Beijing
October 2003 - Brienz, Switzerland
First Formal Presentation of 5AT Project by Alan Fozard - see transcipt of paper
Alan Fozard with David Morgan at the lectern - answering questions at the 1st International Steam and Tourist Railway Congress - Brienz, Switzerland, 5th Oct 2003
On an "after-Congress" tour of the Brienz-Rothorn-Bahn locomotive maintenance facilities, Brienz, 8 Oct 2003
Roger Waller pointing out features of one of his locomotives; Martyn Bane behind him. Sept 2003 - UK A less formal meeting on 27th September 2003 - in Llanberis, North Wales.
Left to right: Peter Mintoft; the late John Slater (past editor of Railway Magazine); Chris Parrott; Angus Eikhoff; Martyn Bane At the Catash Inn, North Cadbury, Somerset on 29th Sept 2003:
25th August 2003 - Staffordshire 25th August 2003 - First formal meeting of people involved in the planning of the project; at Alan Fozard's home in Staffordshire, England.