I went to Knowl Hill rally at the weekend. Lots of steam and traders but very few stationary engines. There were however two of the largest engines I have ever seen at a rally. Both were permanently mounted on artic trailers. These are not normally my interest but I took the names for those of you who are. The smaller engine was a Tangye FL9 driving something which I cannot remember via an intermediate lineshaft. The larger engine was a Gardner 13HF. 94 HP @ 240 RPM. It wasn't driving anything as it filled the trailer on its own. Both were in immaculate condition. The Gardner was most impressive just whooshing away happily to itself. The trailers were also very well presented with purpose made walkways, curtain sides, engine details, etc. The rally itself was most enjoyable but it was really too hot in the sun. I must admit that I ceased to enjoy it by mid-afternoon and left early along with a lot of others. Shame really as there was more to see but dehydration and exhaustion were setting in.