Larklight: Philip Reeve and David Wyatt
Young reader's Steampunk in space, with aetherships plying the skies between Earth, the Moon, Mars and beyond.
Mortal Engines: Philip Reeve and David Frankland
Post apocalyptic Steampunk in a world ravaged by war and returned to a society of Victorian structure on a travelling London that literally eats up other towns.
The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters: G.W. Dahlquist
Tale of terrible adventures in a Victorian England where something mysterious is happening - follow three personages as they follow the mystery of the Glass Books.
Mister Monday, Keys to the Kingdom: Garth Nix
A seven part younger person's story with a young boy who should have died, but instead recieved keys to a mysterious, powerful Steampunk house.
Theif I and II: PC Game
The ultimate sneak-em-ups take a bit of tweaking to run on modern PCs, but you'll be rewarded with a world of dark fantasy and mechanical mischief. Part II in particular.
20,000 Leagues Under The Sea: Jules Verne
The original deepsea Steampunk adventure, the origin of the notorious Captain Nemo and his magnificient vessel, the Nautilus. Ahead of its time, and still fresh (if you ignore the fish).
From the Earth to the Moon: Jules Verne
The preparations for firing a rocket to the moon, with Men inside! In parts science and comedy, Verne was both apropriately wrong, and curiously correct on so many aspects of future space travel.
Wild Wild West: The Film
Terrible acting, and a cheesy plot - but gloriously over the top Western Steampunk with giant mechanical spiders and high tech steam trains. Disconnect brain and enjoy.
Doug McClure Fantasy Adventure Triple Pack
The Land that Time Forgot (with the U-boat capture), the Warlords of Atlantis with hopeless academics and cunning Atlanteans, and To the Earths Core with more hopeless scientists but a fantastic drill! Amazingly cheesy.
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea: Jules Verne (audio)
As the book, but now in audio form. Just be able to skip past the lengthy fish descriptions if you're not as big a fan as Verne was.
Twenty Thousand Leagues... and Around the World in 80 Days: Jules Verne (audio)
A double collection featuring both the deviously brilliant Captain Nemo (and fish descriptions) and Philleas Fogg on his mad dash around the world by any means.
Journey To The Centre of the Earth: Jules Verne (audio)
A forgetful and distracted scientist and his nephew intend to follow in the footsteps of an explorer - to the very core of the Earth! What manner of surprises await them there.