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Classic weekend at Carlton Colville

PUBLISHED: 09:18 24 April 2009 | UPDATED: 09:09 06 July 2010

OLD cars, motorbikes and steam vehicles will pull into Carlton Colville tomorrow as the East Anglia Transport Museum holds its annual classic and vintage weekend.

OLD cars, motorbikes and steam vehicles will pull into Carlton Colville tomorrow as the East Anglia Transport Museum holds its annual classic and vintage weekend.

There has been a record entry for this year's event, ensuring that visitors to the museum tomorrow and Sunday will be treated to a variety of classic and vintage vehicles and model displays, alongside the working trams, trolleybuses and trains.

This year's event coincides with the Federation of Historic Vehicle Club's Drive it Day, which means that on Sunday there will be two road runs; one from Church Street car park, Saxmundham, taking in the Suffolk coast; and the other from the Cattle Market, Norwich, taking in Norfolk and Suffolk towns and villages.

During the weekend there will be a free bus service from the museum to Lowestoft and Beccles using the museum's bus fleet. The Lowestoft service operates every 30 minutes from the railway and bus stations, and seafront. The Beccles service operates every hour from the bus station.

The weekend takes place from 1pm to 5pm tomorrow and 11am to 5pm on Sunday. Admission is £6 for adults, £5 for OAPs and £4.50 for children aged five to 15. All tram, train and trolleybus rides are included in the fee.

For more details visit www.eatm.org.uk


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