Today's tour sponsor: Vintage Steam Products
Day two tour starts Tuesday 4th September. below is the second days route .
We would like to thank the days tour sponsor Hallett Oil for there generosity and help.
The steam car tour starts on Sunday the 2nd of September 2018 with an evening fire up dinner with 30 plus people attending.
Then Monday morning the Tour itself starts, below is the first days route .
We would like to thank the Tour sponsors listed below for there generosity and help.
The Norfolk Steam Car Tour sponsors are:
Click on the read more link below to see the 7 pages of tour notes and the route its self.
Tour Date Sunday evening 2nd September to Friday evening 7th September 2018
The tour is open to all owners of steam cars world wide.
Thanks to the support of the sponsors of the website there will be
No entrance fee for the tour.
2018 Eastern Steam Car Tour
Return to Auburn Heights
Mark Your Calendars & Reserve Your Hotel Rooms Now
for the Return to Auburn Heights Steam Car Tour in 2018!
The Marshall Steam Museum and Friends of Auburn Heights Preserve (FAHP) are proud to host next year's Eastern Steam Car Tour. Tour Chairman Tom Marshall and the Tour Committee are already busy making plans for an extraordinary itinerary.
Dates: July 8-13, 2018
Host hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott (Kennett Square, PA), with trailer parking at the hotel & complimentary breakfast
We have arranged a special rate of $115/night (plus tax). Below is the reservation link to make online reservations or feel free to call the hotel at (610) 444-8995 and identify yourself as a participant in the "Steam Car Tour" to receive the special rate.
Important note: The link below is set up to allow reservations at the $115/night rate July 7-14, so if you are planning a typical tour stay from Sunday to Saturday (July 8-14), please be sure to adjust the arrival date accordingly rather than accept the default. If you intend to stay later, don't hesitate to call the hotel, and they will be happy to extend the rate for another night's stay.
Click here to book your group rate for 2018 Eastern Invitational Steam Car Tour
Please reserve your room now! There is no charge to make the reservation, and you may cancel without penalty as long as you do so 48 hours before your arrival date.
So even if you aren't certain you'll attend, book now (especially if you have particular room requirements). Why? The hotel has reserved a block of rooms at the special Steam Tour rate and will release more as demand warrants. But if everyone waits until next May or June and another group swoops in to reserve rooms (for a wedding or other event), the hotel may not be able to accommodate you.
We hope you will plan to join us next summer! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email or call 302-239-2385.
AGM 2018 AGENDA
Minutes of 2017 AGM
Adoption of Minutes
Treasurer's Report and Accounts
Adoption of Accounts - matters arising
Registration Officers Report
Magazine Editor's Report
Steam Car Register - position still needs filling
Election of Committee Members
Pat and Les's gathering in the Cotswolds
Club 2018 gathering in Tetbury area by Mark Drake
Any Other business
Committee Members retiring are Chris Busk, Arthur Thomson and Barry Herbert but are willing to be re-elected. However, if anyone wishes to stand for election their name, along with a proposer and seconder, should be sent in writing to the Club Secretary 7 days before the AGM
AGM Venue/Details 2018
AGM 2018 Saturday 17th of March 2:00 pm to be held at Coventry Transport Museum, Millennium Place, Hales Street, Coventry CV1 1JD
The museum opens at 10:00am and there is a café in the museum, entry to museum is free. If you would like to eat together before returning home, we will meet at 'The Elms' Birmingham Road, Allesley, Coventry, West Midlands, CV5 9TZ which is 2.8 miles from the museum. It's a Harvester Pub with a big selection to suit all tastes, a menu and booking information is available on their website. I would suggest booking a table for around 4:45pm
22nd April 2018
Every year Drive It Day is purposefully held on the Sunday nearest to 23 April. Why? Because it commemorates the 64 cars that left London on the first day of the Thousand Mile Trial on 23 April 1900. The Royal Automobile Club Thousand Mile Trial started in London and passed through Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester - travelled through Scotland - then passed back through more English locations until they were back in London again. The tour lasted until May 12th and 46 out of approximately 65 starting cars made it to the finish line.
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