Imagine the excitement of a Steam Train journey to Santaland! Our magical Santa Special services run on various dates and times in the weeks before Christmas, details of which are below. They depart from Sheringham station and take passengers through some of Norfolk’s most beautiful winter scenery whilst the adults are served sherry and mince pies, children receive a chocolate and a soft drink. Santa is waiting by his open fire at Weybourne Station (specially transformed into Santaland!), ready to give all children a warm welcome, both young and old. Each infant (under 1 year) and child (1 year to 14 years) will receive an appropriate present for their age. After a period of time looking around the station, passengers reboard the train for their journey back to Sheringham. With professional entertainers, quality presents and of course a ride behind a steam train, Christmas turns into a wonderful experience on the North Norfolk Railway’s unique Santa Specials. Explore Christmas Craft Fair for those extra special Christmas gifts. Located behind the station buildings. Please note it is not possible to take card payments in the craft fair so cash or cheque only, please! Please note that Santa Special trains travel between […]
Come along and make your own model of a moving fairground ride. Refreshments available. The site narrow gauge railway will be running subject to availability
One day a month throughout the season from April – October we will be setting up a model rail and tram layout to be enjoyed as one of the attractions in the Exhibition Hall.
Enjoy an afternoon of rides around the museum’s outdoor circuit in one of many large, commercial vehicles, including lorries, buses and more!
Dogdyke Steam Drainage Station, off A153, east of Tattershall Bridge, Entrance via Bridge Farm. Our 1856 Bradley and Craven beam engine in steam, powering a scoop-wheel drainage pump, also a 1940 Ruston and Hornsby oil engine powering a centrifugal pump. Also a small museum and tea room. Steam Engine; Stationary Steam; Working Demos. Also we list – Catering; Disabled toilets; Disabled Access; Disabled Parking; Parent and baby facilities. Admission is free and we hope visitors will support us with a good donation. Event Dates and Opening Times – (Note – we are open 9 days in the 2016 season, below are the days and times we are open). Sunday 7th May 1.30 to 4.30pm Sunday 4th June 1.30 to 4.30pm Sunday 2nd July 1.30 to 4.30pm Wednesday 19th July 5.00 to 8.00pm Sunday 6th August 1.30 to 4.30pm Wednesday 16th August 5.00 to 8.00pm Sunday 3rd September 1.30 to 4.30pm Saturday 9th September 1.30 to 4.30pm Sunday 1st October 1.30 to 4.30pm Organisers email – email@example.com Organisers Website – www.dogdyke.com Organisers Telephone Number – 01522 683755 Face book page – Dogdyke Steam Pumping Station
The Somerset Steam & Country Show 2016 – 15th, 16th, 17th July 2016 Netherham Farm, Low Ham Nr Langport, Somerset TA10 9DR
NMSCS is one of the most popular events in the south with a wide variety of steam engines and many crafts to choose from!
8th annual Rail Ale festival, 80 Real Ales, 30 Ciders and Perries, PIMMS Bar. Children welcome daytime.
Kempton Park Motorcycle Autojumbles have run Autojumbles at Kempton Park race course for over 30 years and these events are renowned as the best motorcycle Autojumble in the UK with visitors and traders from all over Europe in attendance. The portfolio of events consist of 7 one-day jumbles across the year with two of them having a show attached them as well; a classic bike show in May and classic off-road show in December.
There will be a large number of HGV vehicles on display, from individuals to fleets, old to new and one of a kind custom trucks. Alongside these will be trade stands, various displays and truck manufacturer stands. We have live entertainment on both nights in the beer tent . For daytime entertainment there will be Bouncy castles, Mini Karts, side games and a Radio Controlled Truck indoor/outdoor display running on both days by South West RC Truckers. There will be a Tug O’ War Challenge which has proved to be a very popular addition to the show and has been won by M Way & Son 3 years running! Plenty of refreshments will be on offer including burgers, chips, pasties, jacket potatoes, donuts and sweets.
The first Much Marcle Steam Rally was held on the 19th & 20th July 1986. The Herefordshire Traction Engine & Vintage Club was formed. The current site became available when the Ross on Wye Steam Engine Society moved to the Upton on Severn area and a decision was then made to form the Herefordshire Traction Engine & Vintage Club. There are members in the club who have been with us since 1986, Tom Walker and Richard Hesbrook being two of them. They have seen many changes over the last 27 years, the first rally programme consisting of 10 pages and costing 30p. The 2008 programme consisted of 54 pages and costed £1. Over the last 25 years the rally has grown tremendously and we have a wonderful number of exhibitors and supporters who look to come back year after year. Which is testament to the hard work put in by the committee and members over the years. Saturday 10am – late (with evening entertainment) Sunday 10am – 5pm Admission charges: Entry includes access to the auction on Saturday Adult £10.00 U16’s Free Free parking – with disabled spaces close to pay gate