The Steampunk Empire

The Crossroads of the Aether

Colonel Nigel Pennington's Groups (10)

  • Wondrous Inventions of the Victorian Era

    42 members Latest Activity: on Monday

    This is the place to share the Wonderous Victorian Inventions you have discovered on the aetherweb or encountered in person..... 

  • The League of Eccentricity

    56 members Latest Activity: Sep 12

    A place to share your foibles and amusements ~ the Odder the Better ~ a pleasant pasture where your imagination can roam…


    15 members Latest Activity: Jun 4 The Steampunk Guild was founded by Dr. Phineas T. Kastle to educate and promote the Steampunk Consciousness, Couture and Culture. We are planning a…

  • The League of Extraordinary Professors

    13 members Latest Activity: Sep 29, 2014 Calling all college professors with Steampunk leanings....join us! We consist of literary geeks, mad scientists, passionate philanthropists, and…

  • Colorado Steampunks

    67 members Latest Activity: Jun 3 An extension and second face for the Colorado Steampunks of Facebook renowned. We are live, we are active, and we are all over the media and the air.…

  • Central Florida Steampunk Association

    128 members Latest Activity: Nov 4

    Jawaharlal Nehru once said “We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure...” So lets batten down the hatches, load the…

  • The Aether Guild of Writers

    377 members Latest Activity: Nov 4 A place for writers of the steampunk, gaslight and neo-victorian genres to discuss and share ideas, techniques and writings.

  • Society of Steampunk Artists

    471 members Latest Activity: Aug 10 A gathering place for all of the "artistes" in our midst, be they visual artists, writers, musicians and the like.

  • The Steampunk Explorers Guild

    68 members Latest Activity: Apr 3

    A guild for explorers, travelers, wayfairers and nomads or anyone who enjoys a good adventure.


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