Take a trip back in time at a two-day celebration of steam coming to a Norfolk attraction. 

Steam on the Farm will take place at Bressingham Steam Museum, near Diss, over the weekend of June 8 and 9 from 10.30am until 5pm on both days.

Agricultural equipment will be in action and there will be a variety of working displays, including threshing to separate grain, stone crushing and sawing. 

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As well as Bressingham's own collection, there will be a few visiting steam engines.

Eastern Daily Press: Steam on the Farm will feature visiting tractors and enginesSteam on the Farm will feature visiting tractors and engines (Image: Supplied)

There will also be a range of visiting tractors, both old and new, with the support of the Tivetshall Old Ram Tractor Club.

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Three of the attraction's narrow gauge railways and its Victorian Gallopers will be running across the weekend.

The museum will be open, including the main exhibition hall and locomotive sheds, and the café serves light lunches, snacks and hot and cold drinks. 

Book advance tickets online to save money at bressingham.co.uk