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Twyford Waterworks, Twyford, hosts emergency vehicles this Sunday from 11am-4pm.

This annual display of preserved fire engines and classic cars is a must for any motor enthusiast.

Fire engines of all sizes from a variety of eras will be lined up for close inspection and experts will be on-hand to answer any questions.

Throughout the day there will be more than 80 vintage cars arriving onsite to take place in the Regis Car Rally.

The Waterworks will have restored machinery in operation and you can discover the lime kilns where you can watch the industrial narrow gauge railway at work.

Be sure to wander along the nature trail and discover a wide variety of sights on offer.

The boilers are an interest for most visitors and you can learn about the progress the museum is making to restore the steam pump engine.

Throughout the day there will also be a bric-a-brac and book stall.

The museum also has an onsite tearoom where you can go and relax while taking in the views.

Admission: adults £4 and under 16s are free.

For more information visit twyfordwaterworks.co.uk