Steam & Gas Engine
Berryville, VA USA
Our "Other Shows" page has now been updated featuring the listings from the annual Farm Collector Steam Show Directory
The Steam & Gas Engine Show
Welcome to our "Pageant of Steam" show page!
Show Rules, Admission Prices and other Steam Show information can be found on this page.
You will find navigation buttons on the left side of this page that will direct you to our Steam Show Photo Albums. It is our hope you will browse through our Steam Show Photo Albums and then bring your family to our annual Show held every July! We have something for everyone in the family!
And PLEASE --- Don't forget to sign our Guest Book! If you have visited one of of shows, tell us how far you traveled to visit us and tell us what you liked about our show.
Thanks for stopping by!
Special Events and Information for the Show
* All events are weather permitting, Sorry no refunds or rain checks*
FLEA MARKET VENDORS:
contact Ms. Barbara Heflin at 540-514-5854
or send E-Mail:
Directions: The Steam Show will be held at the Ruritan-Clarke County Show Grounds, located on Business Route 7, 1 mile west of downtown Berryville, VA.
Approximately a 10-minute drive from Winchester, VA, east of Interstate 81, on Route 7.
For GPS Users: The Show grounds are located at
890 West Main Street, Berryville, VA 22611
Every Day -
Admission Friday & Saturday -- $7 -- (children under 12 free) Sunday Admission is $5.00
No Pets Allowed in the show park
Kid's Barrel Train Ride
Steam and Gas Models
Old Time Blacksmith Shop
Including: Steam cooked bean soup!
Flea Markets and Craft Vendors
Sawmill and Threshing and Baling demonstrations
Friday, July 26th
Tractor Pull - 6:30 PM Antiques only, entry fee--
Tractor Pull Rules, Click Here
Saturday, July 27th
8:30am Consignment sale --- farm and industrial equipment, 15% commission.
Noon whistle and parade
6pm Horse Pull
Bluegrass Band --- Clear Springs Bluegrass Band- after horse pull
Sunday, July 28th
9 am Church Service --- Located under the Bean Soup Tent.
Noon whistle and Parade
2 pm kids' pedal tractor pull
Antique exhibitors, be sure to register your equipment at headquarters to receive your packet and plaque.
Camping: Our camping on the grounds is mostly primitive. If you get there and you are unsure where to camp, any of our members can assist you. If you have questions about our on-site Camping availability, contact SVSGEA President Rick Custer via E-Mail.
Closest Motel accommodations: See our new Area Lodging Page .
The Shenandoah Valley Steam & Gas Engine Association holds its annual "Pageant of Steam and Gas Show" on the last full weekend of July every year at the Clarke County Fairgrounds in Berryville, VA. Our show features some of the finest restored farm tractors, restored farm equipment, a working steam-powered belt-driven saw mill, demonstrations of a vintage belt-driven threshing machine and hay bailer, a "parade of tractors", and a tractor pull featuring ONLY vintage stock farm tractors. Usually a few of the steam traction engines will demonstrate their power by participating in the tractor pull. "What a crowd pleaser!"
However, antique, restored, and vintage farm equipment are not the only things folks will see when they visit our annual "Pageant of Steam & Gas Show" each year. Visitors to our Show will find a wide assortment "vintage toys" such as demonstrations of vintage gas-powered Maytag washing machines, several collections of early rotary and self-propelled lawnmowers, vintage outboard motors, restored vintage lawn and garden equipment, as well as one of finest displays of restored antique and vintage pickup trucks, fire trucks, dump trucks, wreckers, and over-the-road truck tractors.
Our show also features a large flea market with vendors offering everything from used, hard-to-find parts for old engines and equipment to new and used tools, T-shirts, ball caps, antique collectables, crafts and leather goods. We also feature an area for those folks who wish to sell or swap tractors, equipment and equipment parts. We have an outdoor auction on Saturday morning of our show each year. Saturday nights at our show will find everyone sitting in the grandstands, or up dancing while listening to some of the finest Bluegrass music to be heard in these parts of Virginia!
Hungry yet? You can find just about anything to curb that appetite in our Show Park. Vendors feature everything from hamburgers and hotdogs with fries and Cole slaw to Italian Sausage to Fried Chicken and Roast Beef plates, Bar-B-Q, sodas, tea, lemonade, ice cream, funnel cakes, snow cones, and did I mention the "steam cooked" bean soup?
See you there!
Shenandoah Valley Steam & Gas Engine Association
Berryville, VA USA
Bill Witt, Webmaster