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Old 20-05-18, 10:07 PM   #1
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Default Stockwood Park, Luton

I spent the day at Stockwood Park for one of their open days, there were three of us with our engines on display along with the museums exhibits.
Amongst the pictures you will see my Lister A, exgreeney happy that his carer had allowed him out in my care and he was allowed to play with his Lister F and Robin a B&BSEC member with his IHC open crank a nice engine. Luton airport gave us an excellent airshow as well.

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Old 20-05-18, 10:35 PM   #2
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You certainly had nice weather for it, thanks for posting the pics

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Couple more engines than we had at Langford then. Lol
Total turnout was 4 for us, I'm just hoping that Highclere Castle will be a little busier next weekend.

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Old 21-05-18, 07:34 AM   #4
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Couple more engines than we had at Langford then. Lol
Total turnout was 4 for us, I'm just hoping that Highclere Castle will be a little busier next weekend.

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Sadly we didn't come to your one this year as Luton is a lot closer to home.

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Sadly we didn't come to your one this year as Luton is a lot closer to home.

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Dont blame you mate, 2 years running this one has been nearly dead as far as engines go.
To many other events on the same day I think.

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Old 23-05-18, 02:21 PM   #6
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Couple more engines than we had at Langford then. Lol
Total turnout was 4 for us, I'm just hoping that Highclere Castle will be a little busier next weekend.

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Highclere normally has a few engine, i like the blackstone thats normally there
I only go as a visitor one year i mite enter one

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This is a nice set of pictures. Guess you had a lovely time too.
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This is a nice set of pictures. Guess yo/u had a lovely time too.
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Old 23-05-18, 06:47 PM   #9
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I only go as a visitor one year i mite enter one

cheeers paul
If you go this this year I'll be the one with the Stuart P5 and a small pump

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The rather lovely Richard Hornsby was owned and restored by Bob Farr. A superb engine expertly restored by probably the best engineer I have ever met.
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