Steam Fair 2013 Trophy Winners

We have pleasure in sharing with you the list of the 2013 trophy winners from our steam fair.

Best Overall Engine :- Tom Ramsay Cup – 1914 Fowler “Finella” – Barrack Steam Museum

Runner Up – Best Steam Vehicle :- W.A. Gill Shield – 1920 Clayton & Shuttleworth – Garry Scott

Most Original Engine :- Sam Barrack Memorial Trophy – 1917 Fowler “Midnight” – John Edward Wright

Best Restored Engine :- Alex S. Cowie Cup – 1907 Aveling & Porter “Dauntless” – A. Cheyne Jnr.

Best Steam Wagon :- Brian Anderson Memorial Shield – 1928 Sentinel Super – Mark Allan

Best Road Roller :- J.R.Ross Cup – 1925 Marshall ‘S’ – Andrew Cook & Sons

Best Stationary Engine :- BASEC Trophy – 1931 Petter ‘M’ – Charlie Hay

Best Model :- BASEC Trophy – 2012 Burrell 1/4 size – “Black Prince” – Mike Dreelan

Best Tractor :- BASEC Trophy – 1947 David Brown “Thresherman” – Vic Mathers

Best Commercial Vehicle :- Wm. Nicol Memorial Trophy – 1939 Albion – Henry Thomson

Best Overall Non-Steam :- Mulco Trophy – 1920 Mortier 89 key organ “Kingswells Melody Maker” Barrack Steam Museum

Best Classic Car :- BASEC Trophy – 1946 MG – Jim Bruce

Best Classic Motorcycle :- BASEC Trophy – 1949 BSA – Richard Miller

Best Vintage Car :- Secretary’s Trophy – Mr. Dalgarno

Best Vintage Motorcycle :- BASEC Trophy – Vic Mathers

Best Trade Stand :- Charles Ross Jnr Trophy – National Trust for Scotland, Castle Fraser

Runner-Up Trade Stand :- Dowell Schlumberger Shield – Bijoux Angel

Steam Games :- BASEC Trophy – Not Awarded

SPIRIT OF THE FAIR :- 1917 McLaren “Goliath” – Mike Dreelan

We would like to thank you all for your support, it has been greatly appreciated and we hope to see you all back next year.

Castle Fraser 2013 Prize Winners

2013 Prize Winners – We are pleased to announce the winners of some of the larger prizes on offer at this years Steam Fair

The £100 for a correct guess the of the overall weight of the lorry donated by Andrew Youngson of Aberclean was won by Elva Henderson with a guess of 47,605 kgs. The total weight was 47,580.

The £100 for a correct guess the of the last three digits on the £100 donated by Fiona Fraser was won by Tom French with a guess of 396 which was not exact but only one digit away.

Congratulations to both!