Reporter Jonathan White
The annual 'Wheels of War: Past & Present' military vehicle show took place on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th September 2019 at Crewe Heritage Centre on Vernon Way in Crewe.
The show featured military vehicle displays including a replica V-1 flying bomb, trade stalls, model displays, and a tombola.
There was musical entertainment on Saturday daytime from vintage vocalist Ruth Washington and on Sunday daytime from the South Cheshire George Formby Ukulele Society.
On the Saturday night a 1940's themed big band dance party took place in the Centre’s Exhibition Hall with live music from the 22-piece Wychcraft Big Band.
Numerous people wore 1940’s clothing over the weekend with this year being the 75th of anniversary of D-Day.
Crewe Heritage Centre was open to visitors including its three signal boxes, the Advanced Passenger Train, model railway displays and layouts, static locomotive displays and miniature railway rides http://creweheritagecentre.org/ .
The event was organised by Crewe & District Military Vehicle Club in support of Help for Heroes http://www.helpforheroes.org.uk/ .
Crewe & District Military Vehicle Club meet on the last Tuesday evening of each month at Hops Belgium Bar in Crewe. New members are always welcome. For further information please visit http://www.cdmvc.co.uk/