- The Outlaws of the Air - George Griffith (complete novel)
- The World Peril of 1910 - George Griffith (complete novel)
- The Tachypomp and other stories - Edward Page Mitchell (stories)
- Silas P. Cornu's Dry Calculator - Henry A. Hering (short story)
- The Lady Automaton - E.E. Kellett (short story)
- A Corner In Lightning - George Griffith (short story)
- Patent Applied For - Bernard Owen (article about the patent system)
- The New Wizard of the West - Chauncy Montgomery M'Govern (article about Tesla)
- The White Magician - Rudolph De Cordova (article about Edison)
Role Playing Material (about a hundred thousand words):
- It's My Own Invention - How to be a weird inventor, introducing four game worlds based on weird technology:
- The Queen's Own Aerial Hussars - Victorian air-cavalry defending the Empire from the Scourge of the Supernatural; includes flying ship design rules, regimental details, new weapons, scenario, scenario outlines.
- Swiss Movement - Calculating engines, automata, and a global conspiracy. Includes design rules, a long campaign outline, adventure, adventure outlines, etc.
- The Space Bubble - A Victorian moon race. Includes design rules, four contenders for the prize, the organisation of the competition and several versions of the moon, with campaign and adventure outlines.
- Past Out, Future Home - Time travel by liner. Includes the theory and practice of time travel, reasons to be a time traveller, scenario outlines, etc.
Bonus Material on the Charity CD-ROM:
- Rules - Rules Summary (already on line)
- Rules (PDF version) - Rules Summary (PDF version) (already on line)
- Ninety Miles An Hour - Herbert C. Fyfe (article about a new type of railway)
- An Express of the Future - "Jules Verne" (actually Michel Verne - fiction about a transatlantic tunnel)
- Pictures By Telegraph - Charles Emerson Cook (article about a predecessor of the fax)
- Guesses at Futurity - Fred T. Jane (futuristic sketches)
- The Newest Marvel of Science - Wm. H. Ward (article about stereoscopic photography)
- Our Stereoscopic Gallery - Magazine (stereoscopic photographs)
- By Rail Across The Sea - Herbert C. Fyfe (article about channel tunnels, ferries, etc.)
- The Fastest Vessel Afloat - Cleveland Moffett (Article about the Turbinia, the first turbine-powered craft)
- The Ship That Flies - Gustav Levering (account of the first Zeppelin flight)
Roughly speaking the on-line material is about 5 mb, ought to zip to 4 mb or so, the extra material adds another 20-odd megabytes.
Does this sound like a collection that people will pay a couple of pounds for to aid charity?