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Car show welcomes 9/11 fire engine
A FIRE engine that features in a new blockbuster film starring Johnny Depp was among the vehicles on display at the Chiltern Open Air Museum this weekend.
It was formerly the property of Flemington Fire Department and was at the World Trade Centre after the September 11 terrorist attacks.
The engine was used during the filming of Dark Shadows, which was released in May and features an all-star cast including Michelle Pfeiffer, Helena Bonham Carter and Eva Green.
The film was shot at Pinewood Studios and is now owned by David Povey of Iver Heath - whose son Graham is a special effects artist at the famous south Bucks film studio.
It was one of a number of vintage vehicles on display at the popular Chalfont St Giles museum during a classic car show.
Several car groups attended the event, as did a vintage bicycle group.
Among the people attending was Denise Perkins, a member of the Uxbridge and District Classic Vehicle Society and a volunteer at the museum.
The Chalfont St Peter resident said: "This is my third year of being involved. We'd like to make it bigger and better each year. We have a more varied assortment of cars this year.
"Because there have been so many shows cancelled over the last month, people have come out in force to support the museum."
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