The 2009 West Somerset Railway Association Steam Fayre and Vintage Vehicle Rally was held on 1 & 2 August at their Rally Fields at Norton Fitzwarren.
Starting small, a couple of miniature traction engines getting ready to go in the ring.
A closer view showing how well detailed this miniature is.
Another miniature complete with riding wagon nearly ready to go.
Full size now, a "Wallis" Expansion Engine Fair Rosamund.
Two views of a pair of miniature traction engines towing a steam launch - which was in steam!
A couple of miniatures make their way round the ring, both had a good load on behind.
Two pics of a modern Roanoake steam wagon in the ring.
A somewhat older Foden steam lorry in the colours of the Cottage Brewing Company's Somerset & Dorset Ale.
Two steam rollers going around the ring.
Aveling & Porter RC8 steam roller.
Another Aveling & Porter steam roller, both passing the steam launch.
A better view of the Cottage Brewing Company's Foden steam lorry.
The two Aveling & Porter rollers and the Foden steam lorry in the top corner of the ring.
A rear view of four steam rollers passing the commentary box.
Fair Rosamund the "Wallis" Expansion Engine followed by one of the Aveling & Porter rollers.
Fair Rosamund again - and the steam launch.
An Aveling & Porter steam roller with the ballast heaps and heritage buses on the shuttle to Taunton in the background.
Marshall traction engine with the appropriate name Scrumpy.
A "little grey Fergie" - Ferguson TE20 - and a pair of Fordsons of differing vintages.
A BMC tractor and a 1965 Massey-Ferguson combine harvester.
A line up of buses, on the left Devon General open top Bristol VR/ECW 937, a Hutchings & Cornelius AEC Reliance with Harrington body, a London Transport Routemaster RM1363, a London Transport RT RT935 and a Pontypridd AEC Regent V.
A Crosville Bristol/ECW LWL KG118 in company with a Bedford OB and a Dennis frie engine.
Devon General Bristol VR 937 Victory with ECW convertible body work.
Three Morris Minor Travellers with the heritage goods train in the background.
Six more Morris Minors lined up under a Somerset flag.
A line up of Austins - the A30 looks positively modern in comparison with the others.
An excellent selection of Triumph sports cars including TR2, TR3 and TR4s.
Four Series 2 Land Rovers - and a model one.
Two large American vehicles flank a Ford Anglia van.
A Vauxhall Cresta with a Morris Oxford beside it.
A variety of British motorcycles with a Royal Enfield, a Douglas and a Triumph in front.
A bit of railways interest, pump trolley rides on part of the, under construction, triangle.
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