Amberley photos May 2004

All,
Having spent all day Saturday bashing bits of red hot metal for my
tender tank, I decided to visit Amberley on Sunday. Once again I did
not exhibit, but just spent a very enjoyable few hours having a look
around. I will take an engine one day!
I some how took over 100 photos, but here is a selection of 46. I have
included not only some of the engines, but also some of the buildings
and clutter that make Amberley a fascinating place to visit.
Take a look at :
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PS - at the risk of upsetting the stationary engine people, my favourite
item there was a steamer, a Marshall 1926 ( S type steam roller), fresh
from a 6 year overhaul and not been out yet. It was a stunner! Take a
look at the photo if you don?t believe me! Sorry you IC chaps!
Regards
Chris Bedo
Kent UK.
snipped-for-privacy@tiscali.co.uk
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Chris Bedo
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Thanks Chris, a nice reminder of a good day out. You missed out my favourite though - the Uniporn H15!
Did you stand by the two Bernard WO's (one on a Tarpen geny and one on a water pump) listening to them drifting in and out of synch?
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Nick H
Nick,
I cant say I did listen in, missed that one! Ill see if I have a photo of the Uniporn H15.
Regards
Chris
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Chris Bedo

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