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Old 12-07-18, 10:03 PM   #21
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Oh yes, strange how my camera was drawn to them ! I missed a couple unfortunately, notably James and Martins, but hoping Dan can fill in the gaps.
I'll fill in the rest of them. Mother's had surgery today so please allow me a few days...

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Old 13-07-18, 10:53 AM   #22
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Looking again at the photos I took, there are at least 4 distinct different styles of IP, (although not all were represented) and the minor differences are fascinating. From the very early “Hornsby” badged engine, through different styles of carb and mag mechanism, to the later flat bed style, like mine. Missing this year was the very late HT IP, of which I have seen a couple over the years.
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Old 13-07-18, 04:02 PM   #23
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Thanks for posting, Puttputtbang. Regrettably I had to miss the show for family reasons, so I hoped to see some pictures on here.

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Old 14-07-18, 09:18 AM   #24
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I'll fill in the rest of them. Mother's had surgery today so please allow me a few days...

DH


My album of pictures here: Beaulieu

These were just what caught my eye, there was a fantastic selection of engines.

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Old 14-07-18, 09:46 AM   #25
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Nice pictures Dan. It really does look like a good show.

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Old 14-07-18, 12:19 PM   #26
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Thanks Dan, nice to see a decent hot air contingent there and that little Bathe gen set is lovely. Erring towards Deutz / Otto for the inverted vertical.


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Old 14-07-18, 12:24 PM   #27
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Nice pics Dan TVM, looks a lovely bunch of engines in a lovely setting.
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Old 14-07-18, 12:41 PM   #28
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(snip) Erring towards Deutz / Otto for the inverted vertical.


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Not difficult to err when the badge is on the engine

That's a big Ericsson, was it a 6" or an 8" ?

Thanks for the photos, Dan.

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Old 14-07-18, 12:51 PM   #29
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Looked like a good show, thanks for posting the pictures Dan.

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Old 14-07-18, 01:08 PM   #30
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Not difficult to err when the badge is on the engine
Got better eyes than me if you can read it but yes, I can see the characteristic shield shape in Dan's pic, hence the erring.


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