Steam and vintage fair returns to county

The show will feature nearly 1000 classic cars from the dawn of motoring era, pre and post war to American and modern classics, 300 motorcycles and scooters, 70 bicycles from 1903 – 1980, 30 miniature steam engines, 70 stationary engines, 60 full size steam engines, 70 Buses and Coaches, 70 industrial trucks, classic plant and machinery, 150 military vehicles, 150 Tractors, 300 commercials from ex-emergency services to American auto trucks, plus 50 vintage caravans and much much more!

Live Action Arena the Steam Section is at the heart of the show and will be packed with nearly 70 full-size Steam Engines of all descriptions. The infamous ‘Demonstration Arena’ puts these mighty machines to the test, plus there’s the opportunity to drive one. Don’t miss the grand parade of miniature steam in the Alec Tanner arena.

The Countryside Arena promotes animal conservation and features fun and educational displays from bird of prey flying demonstrations, ferret racing, rare breeds, shire horses, horse logging, reptiles to bee hive making. The popular Dog Show will make its return with all money raised going to a local animal shelter.

Free vintage bus rides – Operating around the perimeter of the show site, and to and from Cirencester Town Centre and Kemble railway station to the show ground connecting with selected First Great Western Trains inc Stroud, Glos and Chelt.

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Dates: Friday 4th – Sunday 6th August 2023 at South Cerney Airfield, South Cerney,

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