In commemoration of the life and work of Richard Trevithick, steam pioneer, inventor,
engineer and one time resident of Dartford.
On Saturday the main show will take place in Central Park, Dartford and will include
the following attractions:
Full size working
live steam traction
and engines with
Miniature steam traction engines,
built by the talented local amateur
and other historic
Vintage Buses & Coaches
WW2 Military Vehicles
A fine selection of Vintage &
Classic motor cars.
Classic motor cycles
Stationary engines displays
In addition there
is a Farming section
with tractors, heavy
horses and a
display showing past
rural life in
Dartford and the
Local schools have their own marquee
where pupils display their technological
interests and achievements.
In addition local history groups,
heritage railways and the Dartford
Museum all present displays of their
Traditional children’s round-a-bouts, a fair organ and food stalls all add to the
an already beautiful park that has a playground, skateboard area and café.
The following day Sunday, full size engines and any legal road historic vehicles
will gather in Overy Street, Dartford, at 12:00 for a road run around the town in
memory of Richard Trevithick the great engineer of steam.
An Information film about Dartford Steam Fair:
Copies of the above video can be purchased from Rod Green. Technical Consultant,
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