Father's Day Classic Car Show19 June

The Father’s Day car show is being staged and organised by the MG Car Club Anglia Region, with members cars on show from Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex and Hertfordshire. The Anglia region is one of the largest of the 12 regions that make up the MG Car Club.

Not just for Fathers! Anyone who loves steam and diesel locomotives and buses will have a great day with us too! 

MG car following a bus

The MG Car Club was formed in 1930 at the famous MG works in Abingdon, which closed in 1980 and this year sees commemorations marking 40 years of post-Abingdon MG’s, which started with the MG Metro of 1982.

It is also the 60th birthday of the MGBGT, that iconic and best-selling British sports car introduced in 1962, along with 20 years of the MG TF, the 2-seater soft top sports car that replaced the MG F.

Today, the MG Car Club is based at Kimber House in Abingdon, in the shadow of the former factory and caters for all MGs and their owners, from the earliest vintage machines through to the newest cars that carry the famous MG octagon badge. and is one of the oldest single marque car clubs in the world.

We expect a good selection of cars on show at North Weald, covering the MG story from sports to saloons; spot the car you always wanted, the bedroom poster cars of years gone by and the car your dad had back in the day. All of the owners are approachable and don’t be afraid to ask them questions!

 

Timetable

Our usual steam and diesel trains, together with connecting heritage buses from Epping Underground and Shenfield National Rail stations will be running. The timetable can found by selecting your date of travel here

MG cars on display MG cars on display MG car at North Weald station

At North Weald station

Classic MG cars on display.

The LNER Cafe will be open offering a selection of hot and cold drinks and snacks, including breakfast items during the morning. 

 

At Ongar Station

The Penny Salon gallery will be open with a themed display of photographic images from the lens of renowned photographers and authors Geoff Silcock, Malcolm Batten and the late Reg Batten. Admission is free. 

 

Fares

Standard fares apply today - there is no additional charge to view or talk with the proud owners of these fantastic vehicles. Our great value fares offer unlimited travel on our train and heritage bus services, as well as access to the classic car show. 

Adult: £16;
Child: £8;
Family (up to 2 adults and 3 children): £41.

Concession fares are also available. Concessionary tickets are only valid on our train services. Concessionary ticket holders can travel on our bus services free of charge on presentation of a concessionary bus pass. 

Concession: £15.

To purchase tickets, follow the link below and select 19 June from the calendar.

 

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Photo Credits: Paul Van Der Hulks and Katie Pickersgill