I never tire at looking at those pictures Peter,amazing the paintwork survived so well.I wonder if they`ve got everything from those pictures at Stafford?,yes that is a lot of wreckage.
Sorry you can`t open the pics James..I had that problem with my own thread pics a few months ago but it seems to have sorted itself out at my end.If you need anything in particular I`ll mail it to you.Yes ,steel tubes James,the last photo I posted also has wood inside the tube connected to the pivot arm,theres quite a bit of wood in the undercarriage door structure I think.
As for the stuff in the photo at Hemsby,... what a shame!!! all scrapped as far as I`m aware...the bit I had must have been missed or kept as a momento...still kicking myself for parting with it,I`m sure I`ve got a photo somewhere,got it from a chap called Jamie Clarey I think,he lived in that neck of the woods at Long Sutton,always had a lot of interesting swops...lost touch with him sadly.
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