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If you haven't been to the Audlem Festival of Transport click on the youtube video for a glimpse of the parade that will take place from 12-12:30 on Sunday 29th July 2012 from Hankelow to Audlem.

Simply click on the link beneath the photos.

From the 2011 video you will see what a diverse range of vehicles the event attracts and 2012 will be no different.

This Sunday will see over 300 vintage vehicle gather after the parade on Audlem Playing Field giving visitors the opportunity to get close to some of the finest example of motor engineering and design, free of charge. 

In additional to rare and unusual cars there will be bicycles, motorbikes, buses, tractors and a helicopter amongst the vehicles exhibiting. 

The event concludes with the departure of the helicopter at 5.00pm.  

A wonderful day out for all the family and not to be missed with some very exciting additions this year. 

 

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