Watch this space to find out more about the Highlights of Tram Sunday 2018, and special things to look out for.
Highlights of Tram Sunday – 15 July 2018
One of the vehicles coming this year is a Vulcan Truck.
Brothers Thomas and Joseph Hampson began trading as Vulcan Motor Manufacturing and Trading in 1902 when they produced their first car in 1902. Further vehicles followed with the company growing rapidly during the early 1900’s. A number of cars and trucks were built over the years and thanks to Vulcan enthusiasts some still exist today, looking beautiful and cared for!
Steam Water Pump
A popular exhibit at Tram Sunday is this horse-drawn steam water pump. See it back in 2018!
We’re more likely to call it a fire engine these days but this one is rather special as it dates from 1876 and was built by Shand Mason of London and was used by the City of Chester. For those who like to know, its model number is P280.
SpareParts Festival Highlights
There will be lots of thrills with this year’s SpareParts very varied and exciting programme. Take a look at the highlights and what’s featuring at SpareParts Festival 2018
The Craft Village was back at Tram Sunday on 16 July 2017, with a number of gazebos each housing crafts such as sewing, knitting, jewellery and glassware.
Many crafters were there, including Buttons Inc, Sew Classy, Elaine’s Tiny Knits and many more. There will be Sand Art workshops for the kids and knitting looms for the grown ups, so there was plenty to see and do for all ages and abilities.
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