LYMM Historic Transport Day, which started in 2013 is set to draw an amazing 8,000 visitors to the village for its annual celebration of Lymm’s transport heritage.
Some of the old working boats, including those from the Boat Museum at Ellesmere Port, travel for up to three days to take up their position as part of an incredible display of Lymm’s unique history. Top of the bill at this year’s event on Sunday, June 23, is a flypast by the RAF’s last Dakota C-47.
The North West Casuals Car Club, based in Warrington, are just one of the car clubs that has been coming since year one. Lancashire Traction Engine Club are also committed supporters with fifteen engines already booked in.
“The enthusiasm for this event has surpassed all our expectations” said Event Director Alan Williams “ This year, for the second time, we also have Warrington’s Own Buses running a shuttle from the Bus Station with their own vintage bus. Our village is the perfect setting for what we hope will be another memorable year. Fingers crossed for sunshine”.
Find out more at www.lymmtransport.org.uk