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Classic Vehicles

Classic & Vintage Cars at Woodvale Transport Festival

Woodvale Rally attracts classic and vintage vehicles from all over the UK and Europe.

The vehicles on display always represent a good cross section of the rarer and more usual marques.

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Car Clubs

Car Clubs at Woodvale Transport Festival

The next Woodvale Rally is on 17th and 18th June 2017.

Again, we return to Victoria Park in the centre of Southport. All the regular displays and attractions will be there. We have space available for car clubs as this year there can only be limited model flying thus freeing up more of the show-ground.

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Military Vehicles

Military Vehicles at Woodvale Transport Festival

Woodvale rally has been revamped since it move from RAF Woodvale and military vehicles have been welcomed back and given a large area of the park with our own entrance gate.

We are aiming to encourage military vehicle owners back to supporting this event and hope over the next couple of years to increase our display entries.

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Model Railway Marquee

Model Railway Marquee at Woodvale Rally

The Model Railway Tent is a mix of large and small gauge model railways.

Ranging from Gauge 1 to N gauge, and Model Engineering in larger scales.

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Model Boats Marquee

Model Boats at Woodvale Transport Festival

The model boat section of Woodvale Rally in the Park is organised by Southport Model Boat Club.

As well as exhibiting models from its own members, the Club invites other local clubs to exhibit as well. The models on display cover the whole spectrum of shipping, both civilian and military, from a rowing boat to an ocean liner, from a patrol boat to a battleship.

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Traction Engines

Traction Engines at Woodvale Transport Festival

A photo of a 3" Burrell model traction engine on a home built hydraulic lift powered by a 12 volt battery.

The model is shown at one of the Woodvale Shows and can be seen chuffing around the Southport Model Engineering Club at Rotten Row, Southport.

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Stationary Engines

Stationary Engines at Woodvale Transport Festival

Stationary Engines were designed to take the place of large and inefficient and expensive steam engine.

They were easier to move (in portable form) easier to repair and much cheaper to run.

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