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Sat 13th - Sun 14th Jul 2019 Wiston Steam Rally

Wiston steam rally is held each year on the second weekend of July at Wiston Park in West Sussex. Nestled at the bottom of the beautiful south down hills.

The Rally has more then 1100 exhibits in attendance ranging from steam traction engines to vintage vehicles. A large fun fair with traditional rides and side stands.

Around the field there are fascinating displays of buses, tractors, cars, lorries, military vehicles, bicycles and motorcycles. Our Working Area is the place to see a steam powered demonstrations including woodcutting at the saw benches and stationary engines.
Join us for a weekend of wonderful sights and family fun.

Gates open 9am-5pm


Wiston Park Steyning Road (A283 Shoreham-Storrington) Steyning West Sussex BN44 3DZ

  • 01892 770 930
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  • SAT: 23 SUN: 100
  • Shoreham-by-Sea / 5 miles

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Fred Dibnah’s Made In Britain Vol.8

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