Trip down memory lane at transport fair

By Charlotte Callear | Attractions | Published:

Motor heads could admire cars and trains from across the decades at Himley Hall and Park.

The fifth annual Vintage Transport and Country Fair was held at the weekend and saw the likes of vintage steam trains, 1973 Grand Torinos, and rare classic cars.

Visitors could have a trip down memory lane to have a look at a variety of vehicles were on display including fairground organs, tractors, classic cars, vintage motorbikes, cycles and vintage fire engines.

There was also the likes of a classic American army jeep, an Austin 7 Opel, and even a 1932 MGJ2

The event ran for the whole weekend and was set to bigger and better than ever. It developed from being the former Steamer Sunday to a vintage vehicle display and country fair, bringing exhibitors from across the country.

Visitors could also enjoy family-friendly events including a children's funfair and have a look around arts and crafts stalls, vintage stalls, hand-crafted collectables as well as enjoy live music.

They could also enjoy a bite to eat from a variety of food stalls and watch a chainsaw carving demonstration.

Charlotte Callear

By Charlotte Callear

Reporter based at the Express & Star's Wolverhampton head office


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