The cars and commercial vehicles of the bygone era are restored to their former glory, the wonderful fire engines of the past century, each of which has its own history. Many of these vehicles have appeared in films and television programmes.
The military equipment always brings the stories of “when I was in the Army” or “in the mob” be it the second world war, national service or other activities.
Once again the show will show one of the largest collections of motor cycle’s, more than 170 machines are expected dating from the early part of the century, to the demise of the British motor cycle industry in the 1970’s. Names, such as Triumph, Norton, Sunbeam, B.S.A. and many not so well known, all in full working order and taking part in the arena parades. What memories that the sound of these machines bring back.
A large number of farm and industrial tractors through the ages form a large display of 80 vehicles, each having built to meet a different task and as varied in purpose and in the power they produce, these are displayed together with working exhibits of the past.