It was now well over a month ago but here are the last few pictures from this year's GDSF. Here's to hoping I am at home for it again next year...
|In the military vehicles section a Kettenkrad.|
|Air cooled Royal Enfield stationary engine.|
|Close up and you can see a use of elaborate alloy|
castings that is typical of Royal Enfield and a result
of their in-house foundry.
|These guys brought along a whole old school belt driven|
machine shop. What an undertaking for a few days of display.
I take my hat off to them when I consider how much effort just
moving my Le Blond lathe in to my workshop was!
|More of that portable machine shop.|
|In the fairground area the Ken Fox Wall of Death display|
brought in the crowds.
|Nelson Brothers 'Little Jumbo' Type T c1925 from Massachussets|
USA. 1 3/4 hp.
|Funnels, funnels, funnels.|
|Pulling along a gert big load of chains.|
|And a gert big tanker!|
|Road man's wheels and home.|