I urge you to visit the Obituary of an Engineer; a man who made, restored, repaired all manner of things, and rejoiced in all things steam-driven and mechanical.
One thing alone gives the viewer an advantage, the video in the Telegraph’s piece is not polluted with any advertising at all!
His summing-up of modern Britain is both succint and very very true:-
“Our fate is a microcosm of the country’s attitude to value-added manufacturing,” Minns reflected. “We make nothing, and we don’t care. We’re not even a nation of shopkeepers, we’re a nation of shelf-stackers — Napoleon must be screaming with laughter.”