The Steampunk Empire

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Steampunk Camping?

Hello all. I am wondering if anyone has found a way to combine camping with steampunk.  I like the idea of camping, of getting out into nat…

Started by Deborah Clark

49 on Monday
Reply by Captain

A resource for steamy places to visit anywhere

Just found this website. At least for areas I know well, it has good suggestions for outings. http://www.nerdydaytrips.com/ It is not a ste…

Started by Lorelei Throckmorton

30 on Friday
Reply by Pandelirious Malifecto

Riverboat For Sale

http://www.riverboatforsale.com/river-boat-for-sale-overview/ Just in case you could not think of anything to buy after winning the lotter…

Started by Captain

17 on Friday
Reply by Captain

Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry - A Must See

Recently I visited Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. Anyone who has interest in steampunk should really pay a visit sometime. They…

Started by Lewis Mulligan

1 Feb 1
Reply by Rev. Alastair Edgar Dorsett III

Alaska SteamPunk Cruise(s)

This is a crosspost from: http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,39212.0.html http://www.dancingcruises.com/  Click on the litt…

Started by Captain

8 Aug 22, 2013
Reply by Captain

Steampunk Shrines

What historic sites are good steampunk shrines to visit on our travels?

Started by C.D. Fleur

10 Jul 21, 2013
Reply by Zelda von Zephyr

Steampunk show

Hi, I'm new to this, and I was considering some of the things I like, which happen to be steampunklike. I looked at some photo's and realis…

Started by Ashlin Brynne Ravenwood

1 Jun 20, 2013
Reply by Ashlin Brynne Ravenwood

Shop in Paris?

Hi I am going to Paris for the weekend, and I cannot find any Steampunk shop (have been googling for a long time now) ... I am interested i…

Started by Daniel Jung

6 Feb 28, 2013
Reply by Daniel Jung

Pullman "Topaz" - an Edwardian express

Another steam beauty housed at the National Railway Museum in York, UK is the Pullman "Topaz". Built in 1913 this was a luxurious passenger…

Started by Anita Dime

0 Feb 22, 2013

Duchess of Hamilton, a streamlined, steam beauty

The Duchess of Hamilton, a streamlined locomotive from the late 1930s, housed at the National Railway Museum in York, UK. (http://www.nrm.o

Started by Anita Dime

2 Feb 22, 2013
Reply by Anita Dime

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