Ferrari, Bentley and bikes - Diss Heritage Transport Fayre rolls into town
- Credit: ELLA WILKINSON
Diss town centre was filled with motoring heritage this weekend as cars and motorbikes from various decades filled the streets.
Returning for its fifth year the Diss Heritage Transport Fayre took place today (Sunday, September 15) featuring some classics of bygone motoring around the Heritage Triangle and on the Market Place.
Organiser Peter Hyde said: "This year the fair falls within the National Heritage Open Days week, and so we have a great opportunity to fill up the town centre with our classic vehicles, and show off our motoring heritage."
About 100 cars and 50 motorcycles of all vintages descended on the town, including a 1935 Leyland fire engine owned by Bressingham Steam Museum and the Dad's Army fire engine.
The popular event was moved to September to coincide with the Heritage Open Day celebrations.
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Vehicle owners and residents were encouraged to dress to match the era of their motors.
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