Nowt more than further pics from the GDSF over the weekend....
|Lovely Beardmore Precision from the motorcycle tent. A 1922|
machine it left the factory with a 350cc motor but at some point
in its life a 600 was squeezed in.
|The Beardmore's unusual rocking leaf spring front fork.|
|And the Precision engine. Note the half|
compression lever on the timing case and the
oiling adjuster between the valves. Bowden
carb fitted is slightly later but suitably quirky.
|Stanley steam car.|
|Under the bonnet of a late Stanley.|
|Power plant of a White steam car.|
|And the White from a distance.|
|Ultimate rig for a steam enthusiast?|
|Horse drawn steam fire engine.|
|Across the site.|
|The site is a cacophony of fairground organs.|
|At the scrapyard display.|
|More projects from the scrapyard.|
|... and more.|
|Lovely Raleigh mascot on the below Raleigh x-frame.|
|1901 Raleigh Cross Frame. Note the unusual|
Bowden cable operated stirrup brakes. The
brakes are actuated by twist grip operation.
Also rather unusual is the two speed rear hub
and chain adjustment by turning the eccentrically
mounted bottom bracket.
|Royal Enfield Vickers ambulance combination from the WW1|
display riding around the playground.