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Wolverhampton Vintage Rally is a event held in the ? Park at Wolverhampton, organised by Wolverhampton Council. The event has a large modern funfair in addition to vintage machinery and vehicles on display from local owners & clubs.
The following steam engines were present;
- Aveling & Porter no. 6021 - Dougal
- Aveling & Porter no. ? - Sarah
- Aveling & porter no. 11520 -
- Burrell no. 2547 - Endurance owned by Len Crane
- Burrell no. 2950 - Little Mac a Devonshire type steam tractor
- Foster no. 14410 - Sprig on the racksaw demonstration
- Foster no. 14564 - Victoria owned by Swinglers from Nottingham
- Foster no. 14622 - Sir William
- Fowler no. ? - Wolverhampton Wander a crane engine owned by Len Crane
- Fowler no. 14805 - Lord Doverdale a 'Tiger Tractor
- Fowler no. 15288 - MrBlower - Steam tractor
- Marshall no. ? - Challenger -
- Unknown steam buggy with vertical boiler - built in Canada
Model steam enginesEdit
A number of working steam models as well as a few 'projects' were on show with some steaming round the park.
- Bedford OS tractor unit & Scammell semi-trailer in Wynns livery -
- Unknown - Scammell Handyman - 4x2 tractor unit
- Leyland Beaver - Brewery wagon in Mitchell & Buttler livery from The National Brewing Centre Museum at Burton on Trent -
Emergency services ArenaEdit
A small arena with a number of modern fire appliances from the local Fire & Rescue doing demonstrations and a number of older fire service vehicles on show.
Farm & Horticultural machineryEdit
- Fordson Model N tractor -
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