By Haddenham Webteam - 24th April 2017 1:30pm
Did you miss the veteran car display on Sunday 23rd April, hosted by the Infant School PTA on the Junior School playground?
The event represented a 'resting point' during a tour of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, organised by the Veteran Car Company.
Their sojourn in Haddenham provided a chance to look at some very mature pieces of machinery:
- single cylinder cars made before 1918
- twin cylinder cars made before 1908
- four cylinder cars made before 1901
Lots of photographs are featured in our GALLERIES section.
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