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The books themselves are highly collectable and keenly sought-after, with buyers and collectors adding new and missing editions to complete their set of currently 23 editions. They had nothing to model their guide on, as there had not been anything like this guide published in Australia prior to this. No books or guides that related to all aspects of antiques were available in Australia, and any that did deal with some category of antique or collectable were usually out of date or biased towards the UK market.
Posted: April 22, by Dylan Jones. Heading out to a theme park to ride roller coasters is a great way to spend a day. When it comes to fairgrounds though, I am generally not as keen.
Carters Steam Fair no apostrophe is used in the name is a travelling vintage fair. Founded in  by John Carter —this family business is now managed by the second generation of Carters. Carters operate and maintain a large collection of vintage rides and sidestalls, ranging in date from the s to the s, and every season they are travelled with vintage heavy lorries and traditional showman's living wagons.
Welcome To Carter's Classics A legacy collection, available to you. Throughout the years, Cadillac has proven time and time again that they can outdo their competitors. Quite often, they even outdo themselves.
The blurb:- At Last! A history book for people who can't be bothered with accuracy. Carters price Guide to Antiques in Australia.
We take our lovingly restored vintage rides and attractions on tour around London and the South East of England so the whole family can enjoy them. You can find your nearest fair further down the page. Entry to the fair is free all day every day and includes free fireworks at many of our locations.
Once a year, the streets of Maidenhead have a totally different type of traffic on them: they get the chance to see a collection of lovingly restored vintage fairground vehicles make their way through town to the riverside and back. The Carter family are based in Maidenhead near White Waltham airfield and, for the last 40 years or so, they have been rescuing heritage fairground vehicles from all over the country and restoring them at their yard. Many of the vehicles are found in a dilapidated state, and owners Joby and Georgina Carter work with their team to make them road worthy and to repaint them in Carters livery using traditional methods.