The final posting of pictures from the Great Dorset Steam Fair. This time majority bikes but a few tractors throw in for good measure. The motorcycles are all in a marquee so it can be difficult to get full bike pictures, sometimes just the details are good by themselves though....
|NUT is a very classy piece of kit. Dismantlable|
cast silencer box is an unusual feature.
|As is a fully enclosed cast chaincase for the era.|
|Regularly ridden ex-WD 1940 bobbed Indian Chief.|
|A Belgian 'Lady' from 1930. I had neither seen nor heard of|
this marque before.
|The model is a 'Ladylette'. It's a utility device but with stylish lines.|
|1937 350cc Norton International.|
|1935 Scott Squirrel modified for racing.|
|Gorgeous BSA v-twin. The late twenties fashion|
for ultra low seating looks good but makes for an
uncomfortable riding position. This bike has the seat
pillar raised up to ameliorate.
|Cute and tiny Austin Seven based tractor.|
|Fordson with strange tracks, for what exactly I cannot work out.|
Perhaps working in marshes?
|Health and safety nightmare!|
|This Lanz must be the absolute Rolls Royce of tractors.|