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March 2, 2016 / Apley Estate - Hamiltons

Bridgnorth Vintage Machinery Club

2016-03-07, Bridgnorth Vintage Machinery image

Bridgnorth Vintage Machinery – 2015’s tractor run on the Hobbins

Bridgnorth Vintage Machinery, National B275 - raffle prize

Bridgnorth Vintage Machinery, National B275 – 2014’s raffle prize

On Sunday 13 March, the Bridgnorth Vintage Machinery Club is holding their 18th vintage Annual Shropshire Vintage Tractor Run, starting & finishing at Apley Farm Shop. This year they’re celebrating their 30th anniversary since forming in 1986. There will of course be an Apley Tractor Rally Special breakfast in the Creamery Cafe‎, 8:30-10am. It’ll be quite a spectacle with 75 vintage tractors taking part, between 10-3pm.

Bridgnorth Vintage Machinery Club is Shropshire’s premier club for vintage enthusiasts, representing a broad spectrum of vintage machinery including agricultural, motorcar, motorcycle, static engine & steam. They hold monthly meetings & annual shows throughout the year, fundraising for Midlands Air Ambulance & other Shropshire charities for which they have donated more than £50,000 to date.  More details are on their Facebook page – just click HERE.

This year’s annual tractor run is coming to Bridgnorth sharing the High Street with the Sunday continental market. Come and see the tractors lined up there from approx 12:30 – 2:00pm or look out for the tractors on the route outlined below:

  • Apley Farm Shop, Stockton (near the Hundred House on the A442 between Telford & Bridgnorth)
  • Stockton Church
  • Apley Park estate private roads
  • Cheswardine Lane, Norton
  • Brockton
  • The Lloyds
  • Free Bridge @ Ironbridge
  • Broseley Bank
  • Coalport
  • Old railway track through Linley
  • Stanmore Lane
  • Bridgnorth Golf Club
  • Bridgnorth High St for approx 12.30pm

PLEASE NOTE Apley Estate Roads & “Old railway track” are strictly private & not open to the public.
This route could only have been organised with the kind permission of the Apley & Willey Estates & Bridgnorth Town Council.

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