A weekend festival for a great selection of classic cars and vintage vehicles
Click here for the Event Web Page, or click on the poster picture on the left.
The 2-day event, will be showcasing classic and vintage cars – and other vehicles – from yesteryear. Immerse yourself in the atmospheric backdrop of passing steam trains at the historic Quorn & Woodhouse Station, whilst owners are provided with an excellent setting to present to likeminded enthusiasts. Visitors are invited to view the highlights in engineering from a by-gone age.
On Saturday there’s live music from ‘Sounds Like Swing’ on stage and DJ Swordfish throughout the day playing retro grooves. On Sunday there’s 4 live acts from 12pm onwards with DJ and presenter, ‘Big E’, playing sounds from the 50s and 60s throughout the day.
There’s a Real Ale tent serving up a selection of real ales and ciders from the Nottingham Brewery in a friendly atmosphere – catch up with other like-minded enthusiasts over a pint!
Entrance to the event is £5 per person – if you hand in your ticket when booking a travel ticket, this £5 is redeemable.
Normal train fares apply and the event uses the purple timetable: click here
To bring your classic vehicle, or belong to a club and would like to make a group booking, please email email@example.com or phone on 01509 632315 – it’s free with complimentary travel tickets!
Why not make a weekend of it? The Great Central Railway is also running a Real Ale Train on Saturday 17 May – Click here for the Event Web Page or click on the poster picture on the right. This would be a great way to unwind from Saturday’s vintage vehicle fest and prepare for the final day of the event on the Sunday.
If you cannot attend this event, but would like to be informed of future events, we have an ever-increasing database of members to our Classic & Vintage Vehicle Club.
We would love to hear from you and answer queries, take individual and group bookings, and generally speak to all Vintage Vehicle enthusiasts who want to keep our brilliant classic vehicle heritage firmly in the present and going forward into the future.