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|Burrell Showmans Road Loco Wait and See|
|Promoter||Stapleford Miniature Railway|
|Organisers||Paul Worbey & Lady Gretton|
| In aid of|
|LOROS (Leicestershire Hospice)|
|Date held on||Mid June|
|Location||nr Melton Mowbray|
| Attendance numbers|
|Next Event Date|
|First Event was held in (year)|
|Last Event was held in (year)|
|No. of years held||14th|
|Events Web Site|
Stapleford Steam is an annual steam rally held at the Stapleford Miniature Railway site at Stapleford Country Hotel, nr Melton Mobray in Leicestershire as a charity fund raising event for LOROS (a local hospice). The Event has been running for 14 years in 2009 and raised over £50,000 in that time.
add details of the 2010 attendees here please,
2009 Exhibits listEdit
- list of engines to add with photos
- Debute of restored Burrell engine Wait-&-See.
- Duke of Rutland
- St. George
- Fiery Elisa
- Ruston Proctor no. 33189
- Sentinel no. 7651
Fairground Organs and ridesEdit
- 7 Organs were present to entertain visitors.
- About 20 'Minature' Steam engines were present. from 6" to 3 " scale.
A selection of over 40 vintage & classic tractors with a locally built Allis-Chalmers round baler as an unusual exhibit.
Bygones / collectablesEdit
Included models, Garden machinery etc.
about a dozen commercials
About 25 classic care were present
Vintage & classic caravansEdit
The Stapleford Model railwayEdit
A sawmill demonstration powered by steam.
The Market areaEdit
Trade and craft stands.
Add details of past events here, please.
- List of Named Vehicles
- Shows and Meets
- Clubs Listing
- Museums List
A visit to the show & show guide
- Stapleford miniature railway - official web site