Amusement Park Auction

Oct 20, 2004 | Collectibles | 1 comment

Vintage rides go under the hammer

BBC NEWS | England | Norfolk |
15 October, 2004

“A slice of British history is going under the hammer on Friday and Saturday with the sale of the entire contents of an amusement park.
Buyers will be bidding for rides from Fleggburgh’s Village Experience, including a vintage set of three abreast gallopers built in 1897.”

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1 Comment

  1. Ryan Adkins

    I will be selling 4 vintage collectible rides on June 18 in WV,
    US. I am looking for information on what is the best
    advertisement for this type of items. I will also be selling 6
    vintage fire engines. Any info would be of much help.
    Ryan Adkins
    Adkins Auction

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