A variety of rare and unusual vehicles from across the North East and Yorkshire will go on display at the Head of Steam – Darlington Railway Museum later this month, as part of the Vintage Vehicle Rally.
Among the vehicles confirmed for the rally are a velocipede track bike, Land Rover fire appliance, a selection of Capris and a Harley Davidson sportster.
The annual event will take place at the museum’s field on Sunday, May 19th, 2019 between 10am and 4pm and will also feature a host of entertainment for all the family, including a children’s entertainer, arts & crafts and a miniature train ride.
Entry is £2 for adults and £1 for children, which includes admission to the museum. Children under five and annual family pass members go free.
Leona White-Hannant, Manager Curator at the Head of Steam, said<: “Our Vintage Vehicle Rally is one of the highlights of the year here at Head of Steam and always proves to be popular with visitors of all ages.
“As well as the chance to see a great array of vintage vehicles, there is also the opportunity to explore the museum and we have a packed programme of events coming up in the months ahead, with something for all ages to enjoy.”
Staff are also keen to hear from anyone interested in displaying their own vintage vehicle at the Vintage Vehicle Rally.
Vehicle exhibitors will also gain free entry to the museum with their exhibitor pass.
If you are interested, contact the museum on 01325 405060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a booking form.
You can find out more about the Head of Steam and their upcoming events on their website.
Source: Darlington Borough Council