26 27 28 Aug 2017 A Three Day Show & Working Weekend Including Ploughing Match Vintage/Classic tractors working and static displays Engines countryside bygones Retford Rd Bothamsall Notts DN228DG Contact 07860 269788 or 07974 754426
Huge annual family event with 140 acre showground
Head for the imposing chimney stack of the pumping station rising out of the marshy Somerset Levels and come and see our ‘new’ 1924 Robey Portable Boiler in steam. The use of steam power on ‘The Levels’ to reduce flooding and control drainage of the low lying moorlands commenced at Westonzoyland in about 1830, when the first of eight pumping stations was built on the banks of the River Parrett. Originally equipped with a beam engine and scoop wheel, this was replaced in 1861 by the now preserved Easton Amos land drainage machine, still in its original engine house and the recent recipient of a prestigious Engineering Heritage Award from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. The original buildings, comprising the engine house, cottage, forge and chimney are Grade II* listed by Historic England and together with a modern exhibition hall, engine shed and pump room, house a fascinating collection of working stationary steam engines and pumps acknowledged to be the largest collection in the South of England. Two rooms in the Attendant’s Cottage and the Scullery are open to view. Other exhibits of general interest include a small waterwheel; Lister deep well pumps; Blacksmith’s forge; Lancashire boiler and 2’ narrow gauge […]
Step back in time when you visit our Edwardian Waterworks! Twyford first started pumping water over 100 years ago, during the Edwardian era. This Open Day will commemorate those days, looking back to the times when everything was worked by steam, and looking forward as well to when our boiler and steam pumping engine will be working again. Join in the fun by coming along dressed in Edwardian attire and we’ll give you free admission! http://www.twyfordwaterworks.co.uk/
Our theme for this Open Day is ‘Vintage Vehicles’ The Waterworks welcomes classic cars enjoying a run out to the pumping station, and other vintage vehicles on display.
Our very popular end of season rally – steam engines, cars, stationary engines, demonstrations, displays, and miniature railway rides (free to children). Find out about the story of drinking water in our new Discovery Zone. Enjoy an informative stroll around our Waterworks with everything fully open, restored machinery in operation and our volunteers on hand to explain how it all used to work. If you wish, join a free Guided Tour to find out all about the Waterworks. Children can follow their own trail looking for clues to the story of the site. Can you find ‘Twyford Toad’? Learn about the progress we are making to restore our boilers and steam pumping engine! Discover the lime kilns up above the main works, where you can also watch the industrial narrow gauge railway at work. Follow our nature trail around the three acre site and see what you can spot! Relax in our renowned Tea Room, offering a wide range of hot & cold drinks, sandwiches, toasties, snacks, cakes & ice creams, all at a reasonable price. Please feel free to make use of the picnic tables around the site too. http://www.twyfordwaterworks.co.uk/
Enjoy the fairground at night with a spooky theme as you experience the magical nature of the Edwardian fairground as the sights, sounds and smells all come alive as darkness falls! Lots of games and fancy dress competition, so come dressed to scare! A free bus link is being arranged between Sainsbury’s Liphook and Liphook Railway Station and Hollycombe in association with Wheeldrive and the East Hampshire Community Rail Partnership – check the ‘Blog’ for the timetable and more details.
A working event which demonstrates harvesting with Ferguson Heritage tractors and various vintage combines & implements. There will also be a steam driven threshing drum and other demonstrations. Many interesting tractors and machines, to see as well as trailer rides, hot and cold food and drinks, ice cream van etc. A good day out for the whole family. Harvesting dependent on appropriate weather conditions. All profits to Macmillan Cancer Support. Venue – Nr Fourjays Farm, Shelly Lane, Ower, Nr Romsey, Hants, SO51 6AS, by kind permission of the Parsons family. Further information from Dave Piper 07775 611616, email@example.com or Debbie Goddard 07812 634901. Run by Friends of Ferguson Heritage (Hampshire).
fir park wings and wheels show show cars,trucks,buses,tractors,stationary engines,fire,ambulance,police military, aircraft steam a wide selection of attractions all free cafe on site a good week end if any one would like to exhibit please give me a ring on 07816326368 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Enquiries Trade / camping and Exhibits to JUNE CROSSLEY FIRPARK FARM .. FIRPARK.. Market Rasen LN8 3YL . England . UK TEL 07767092615……. all enquiries to peter 07816326368 or june 07767092615 email email@example.com
Shirley’s 1857 potters’ mill in steam driven by the 1820s beam engine with steam generated with a 1903 Cornish boiler. Craft activities and displays. Artist blacksmith and other activities. Attractive canal side location in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent
Vintage stationary engines on Saturday and classic vehicle Rally on Sunday. Shirley’s 1857 potters’ mill in steam driven by the 1820s beam engine with steam generated with a 1903 Cornish boiler in operation on both days. Artist blacksmith and other activities. Attractive canal side location in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent
Shirley’s 1857 potters’ mill in steam driven by the 1820s beam engine with steam generated with a 1903 Cornish boiler. Santa’s grotto. Christmas themed craft activities for children. Artist blacksmith and other activities. Attractive canal side location in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent
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