About the Great Dorset Steam Fair
to be held from Thursday 27th August to Monday 31st August, 2020.
The Great Dorset Steam Fair is always privileged to welcome a wide range of veteran, vintage and classic cars, particularly exhibiting examples from the dawn of motoring up to the 1960’s/early 1970's. These are brought to Dorset from all over the UK and abroad by their enthusiastic owners. Over 100 cars will be on display this year. There is a daily parade of cars in the main ring that is really popular with visitors. Coupled with the caravans on the site they're sure to bring back happy memories of days gone by. Many makes of car are displayed - here you will see history in motion- a moving picture of the development of car vehicle manufacture in the UK. Walk among them, which you are welcomed to do, as they stand on display between parades, you could easily come face to face with reminders of times past, those memories special to you.
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-2.095331 (LONG) // 50.896801 (LAT)
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Great Dorset Steam Fair Contact Details
- Contact Name: Martin Oliver
- Organisation: Great Dorset Steam Fair
- Address: Tarrant Hinton, Blandford Forum, Dorset
- Postcode: DT11 8HX
- Phone: 01258 860 361
Great Dorset Steam Fair
Within a radius (as the crow flies) of 13 miles:
MORE AROUND DT11BA8 DT10 DT2 DT9
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