Please note that only classic vehicles that were first built before 1946 will be admitted into the museum. Veteran and Vehicles need pre-booking-Owners of these vehicles should pre-book using the form on the event web site. Historic wartime road vehicles will be on show and on the move, mingling with a range of vintage trams which visitors will be able to ride on as often as they like. Some trams will have blackout masks fitted along with anti-blast netting on the windows, blue coloured lamps and white steps. The indicator blinds will be blacked out too so as to confuse any enemy spies. Wartime songs will be belted out by an authentic concert party throughout the event. .
Step back in time to the 1940s with our World War II- Home front event, which returns for two days. Vintage trams will mix with military vehicles and re-enactors, while wartime fayre will be served in Rita's Tearooms and the Red Lion Pub will offer drinks and traditional pub games. War time songs will complete the nostalgia and there will be a 'Boot Camp' for children. Re-enactor,
Location: Crich 8 miles from junction 28 of the M1
Region: East Midlands
Trams run to and fro every few minutes as visitors ride over the cobbles of our period street, past the original facades of historic buildings from the around the country before heading up the valley to views that will take your breath away. Hand over the old penny you are given on entry and you are free to ride the trams all day.
Contact Name: Amanda Blair
Contact Address: Crich Tramway Village, nr Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 5DP. Telephone Number: 01773 854 321
View Website: http://www.tramway.co.uk
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Standard Admission (£): See organiser
Admission with classic car (£): with special rates for pre-booked vehicles