CLASSIC car lovers can gear up for the bank holiday of their dreams, as a host of traditional vehicles will be pulling into a railway museum.

The East Anglian Railway Museum is hosting a Transport Extravaganza where visitors can explore a whole range of classic cars, vintage motorbikes and even some modern head-turners.

The museum is set to have more than 100 classic vehicles at the family day out, with plenty to see and do across the bank holiday weekend.

Visitors will have the chance to have a ride on steam trains and vintage buses all day long as well as take a peek at some model railway layouts open for viewing.

There will also be a chance to have a look behind the scenes in the Restoration Shed where friendly volunteers are always on hand to chat about the museums ongoing restoration projects.

The fun runs all day on bank holiday Sunday and Monday to make the most of the long weekend.

Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic to eat on the field, while giving children a chance to enjoy the train-themed play area.

The Chappel Station Cafe will be serving breakfast, light lunches, home-made cakes and cream teas in the vintage dining car.

The museum’s pint-sized on-site pub, the Viaduct Tavern, will also be open, or visitors can relax in the beautiful railway dining car with a vintage afternoon tea.

The museum will be open from 10am till 4.30pm on Sunday and Monday. Tickets are £10 (£5 children, and under-fours go free). There is a 10 per cent discount if tickets are bought online.

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