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Welcome to the new-look FensVintage website. Fenland's Vintage Tractors, Engines, Events, and More!

Please browse the various categories which in turn lead to different pages within each category. Reports for current and previous years are shown for each event where available, as are the most recent picture galleries. Contact details for each event are shown in the header at the top of each index page. The Engine & Tractor pages show a potted history of the more popular makes of each, and the Collections pages include details and pictures of some of the larger public and private collections that we have visited over the last few years.

We hope you enjoy the new-look website and its content.
Shows/Events

Whaplode Bluebell Monthly Classic Car Meets We missed the July Whaplode Bluebell classic car meet due to holiday, and thought the same was going to happen in August, as I was due to be down in Essex working all day, but an early start luckily made an early finish, so was able to tootle over as soon as I was home, which at least meant being parked near the gate for a change. Most of the gravel parking was given over to motorbikes and scooters and like Parson Drove a few weeks ago, anything on two wheels is in through the gate. Again, there are some vintage and classic amongst the modern stuff, but you have to look for it. Through the gate into the grass camping field, it seemed...  More/Images > > >

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The Paul Rackham Collection has often been talked about as a possibility for a club visit, both by the East Anglia Group of NVTEC and the Bourne Bygones Club, but it was the latter group who managed to organise a trip, complete with transport courtesy of Abacus Coaches of Corby Glen, near Bourne, in their Gold Service 28-seater coach. More > > >

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Engines   Tractors

Lister D typePerhaps the most-well known stationary engine brand, the firm of R.A. Lister was originally founded by Ashton Lister in 1867, and basically made anything required, but by 1900, the manufacture of cream separators, dairy & general agricultural equipment had established the firm.  More > > >

 

Ransomes TractorAs a result of the Ransomes page on the FensVintage website, we've been able to help a Canadian vintage enthusiast with some information regarding a Ransomes MG5/6 he currently owns. Wayne found our site whilst researching information on his tractor.  More > > >

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