Prickwillow Engine Museum to hold fifth classic motor show

PUBLISHED: 10:05 08 June 2018 | UPDATED: 10:05 08 June 2018

Prickwillow Engine Museum to hold fifth classic motor show

Prickwillow Engine Museum to hold fifth classic motor show

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Prickwillow Engine Museum is holding its fifth annual classic motor show on Sunday June 17.

Prickwillow Engine Museum to hold fifth classic motor show
Prickwillow Engine Museum to hold fifth classic motor show

There will be a range of vehicles from vintage dating from the 1920s, through to the classics of the late 1970s, with a trophy awarded, judged best in show. As well as all the classic cars on display, the museum’s large pumping engines will be running and there’s a large collection of farm and drainage hand tools on display with detailed information.

Hot and cold food and drinks are available throughout the day.

The event runs from 11am to 4.30pm and admission costs £5 for adults, £4 for concessions and £2 for children. Free parking.

Prickwillow Museum, formerly known as the Prickwillow Drainage Engine Museum, is housed in the old pumping station in Prickwillow.

The museum contains a major collection of large diesel pumping engines which have all been restored to working order.

For more information visit www.prickwillowmuseum.com

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