The annual motor show being held at Tong showground on August 8th is organised by the Western Isles Transport Preservation Group.
This is the major fundraiser for the group each year and provides the means to meet the costs of running a voluntary organisation.
The show will meet an interest in all forms of transport and its history.
The Transport Preservation Group are presently adapting a building at Marybank to their needs.
This is the former salmon processing factory which will house all the vehicles and artefacts which they have gathered togethe.
Phase 1 of the project is nearing completion and the group hope to use it for the forthcoming social evening programme.
At the show you will be able to see a wide range of transport and interesting exhibits, also local liveried models and a range of present and yesteryear model cars.
A warm welcome is extended to anyone wishing to add to the display. There are also plenty of trophies to be won.
We would ask all exhibitors to register after parking/setting up. Come along for a family day out with amusements for young and old.
SHOW CATEGORIES 2015 AND SPONSORS
Best Working Truck Volvo, Inverness
Best Classic Tractor Campmuir, Inverurie
Best Light Van and Pick-up Norscot, Inverness
Best Item of Plant Scot JCB, Muir of Ord
Best Bus and Coach Murdo Morrison, Glasgow
Best Liveried Vehicle Dingbro, Inverness
Best LGV up to 7.5t MAN, Bellshill
Best Classic Lorry A M Phillip, Aberdeen
Best Classic Bus and Coach Plaxton, Scarborough
Best Tractor over 60 hp Marrs, Inverness
Best 4x4 Inverness 4x4 Centre
Best Classic Van Macrae & Dick Ltd, Inverness
Best Motor Home CV Components, Inverness
Best Stationary Engine Stewart Plant Sales, Glasgow
Best Classic Car Arnol Motors
Best Fleet Dennis Eagle, Falkirk
Best Tipper on Show Malcolm Smith & Sons
Most Unusual Item on Show Bardon Hebrides
Best Upcoming Classic Car Autoparts Stornoway
Best Motorbike on Show Motoplus Stornoway
Best Quad Bike on Show J N Mitchell Newmarket
Best Bicycle on Show A Crichton Lanark
Bicycle from under 16yr old A Crichton Lanark
Pictured - The Motor Show is always a popular day out for motor-heads and their families. Last year the Best Stationary Engine went to Kenny Macdonald.