Carter's Royal Berkshire Steam Fair is a travelling fair based in south-east England. The fair is known for restoring old amusement rides and trucks, and has been featured on Antiques Roadshow. In addition, a limited edition Corgi die-cast toy model of some vehicles and rides has been produced. The fair was established in 1976 by John Carter (1942-2000).
The fair has been featured in the movies The Krays, The End of the Affair and 28 Weeks Later.
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- based on the wikipedia version.
- Anna Carter & Brian Steptoe Carters Steam Fair
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- Carter's Steam Fair official website
- BBC article on Carter's Steam Fair and the term "freak" 27 September 2005
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