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Lakeland Motor Museum

2010.07.04
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I could be 99% sure this bloke jumped out of that Aston Martin Virage (see red car behind him?)!
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Mirjam's favourite - 1936 Bentley 4 1/4. Strangely enough, our Astra is of the same colour...
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A selection of classics.
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I do like the simplicity that went into the engineering of 1930's speedometer.
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1966 Hercules saddle powered bicycle. No need to go any further...
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1992 Alenax Treadle Cycle. British engineering at it's best! The only trouble is - nobody seemed to get the point of this "engineering marvel".
Must have been the colour they did not like...
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Now, this 1960 Bowden's Spacelander Bicycle must have been in the mind of Schwinn 2010 Hornet designer. Anyway, it looks camp enough to cycle to work.
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On a muggy day (Sunday!) we headed to Lakeland Motor Museum near Ulverston. It's a must when touring around Windermere lake. The museum contains a large number of ...errr ...how should I put it - specimen perhaps? that have been used to get one around. From bicycles to cars and speedboats the place has everything a devoted car fan has to see. I have my opinion of the chaps (did I say chavs?) with baseball hats who were over the moon to see Carlos Sainz Focus, but let's leave that part out.
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Category: Lake District
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