We have a number of vehicles that we can use for your special day and we specialise in providing traditional heritage vehicles that we have restored in our workshops.
The Winfarthing Wagon – This is a traditional Norfolk harvest wagon and was built in Dereham, Norfolk in 1928. It was traditionally used on the farm for gathering the harvest. (This wagon would be suitable for the bride and groom only).
The Norfolk Charabanc – This historically important vintage open topped vehicle was built in 1893 and is one of the last surviving vehicles of its type. The Charabanc, was traditionally used for taking visitors to and from their hotels to the station and for excursions along the seafront. (The Charabanc seats 16 and is ideal for transporting your wedding party).
The 1890 Omnibus – This covered bus was traditionally used for excursions and picking people up from the railway and transporting them to their hotels (The 1890 Omnibus seats 6-8 people).
Our Dray – This vehicle was built specifically for providing horse drawn dray rides and can carry up to 12 people.