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  1. Hi, Can anyone help with the transport of an Austin K6 GS Truck from Brixham, Devon to Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. Many thanks.
  2. Lmortimer334

    Transport Needed

    We have been let down by our previous haulier and need to get our 1940's Leyland Hippo MK2 home. Transport required from DN14 7XL to DY13 9QB ASAP. Kind Regards Lawrence
  3. Good evening all, Just putting some feelers out as I may need to transport a leyland Hippo from Goole (East Yorkshire) back to Kidderminster (Worcestershire). I know it's a silly question but does anybody know of someone who could do this relatively cheaply as we are on a bit of a tight budget with this one? Kind Regards Lawrence
  4. Dear All, Hopefully the right place to post this! Just a short note to give an update on the Tracks to the Trenches event plans, as September is getting worryingly (for the organisers) closer! This First World War centenary event is heavliy focused on the battlefield logistics - in particular the narrow gauge light railways. We have made great strides in the development of both our site and the event. The event website (http://www.ww1-event.org) is being updated as regularly as we can. The latest news is that the on-line advance ticketing facility is now live! Over the last few months, and continuing during the summer is the development of a section of British Trench. This features the fire-trench (with step), communications trenches, machine gun pit and small first-aid post. Coupled to this trench, in the "service trench", is a trench tramway (or foreway) - which will keep it supplied and assist with medical "evacuations". Our main event field is complete (which will house the bulk of th eliving history area), and the larger "field railway" is rapidly taking shape. Over the next few months the site will start to see roads/pathways installed. The Titanic Brewery are supplying a large Real Ale bar which will be located our large marquee - the preview of which sounds like a mini beer-festival alone! We are hoping for a special edition beer this year - brewed to a 1914 recipe. We have also been securing various road vehicles - watch our website for some press-releases very soon! More are always welcome. All the latest entry forms (Trader, Living History, Vehicle/Exhibit) are now on the event website (www.ww1-event.org) in the entry forms section. We look forward to hearing from you all soon - please feel free to discuss anything with us. We are still open to ideas! Cheers,
  5. Hopefully this is the most appropriate forum section to post this in. I am a volunteer with the Moseley Railway Trust (MRT) – a railway museum based near Staffordshire, UK. For many years the trust has been publishing and selling (to the Trade & public) specialist railway books. The MRT’s latest venture in this area is a joint venture with Railway Gazette International who have long since published a magazine about modern railways and the rail industry. This new venture is to reprint their 1920 special edition on (First World) War Transportation. This sponsorship arrangement has been kindly instigated to help us raise funds to prepare for our First World War museum area and to support our Tracks to the Trenches 2014 event (www.ww1-event.org) . Back in 1920, this (then) contemporary publication would have been the first time that most readers would have become aware of the machines and techniques used to achieve the recent victory – much of it had been secret until then. Key topics covered are the vast standard gauge (also known as Broad Gauge to the railway crews) and narrow gauge railway operations – as well as the work of the lesser known Directorate of Inland Waterways and Dock operations (covering canals, harbours and train ferries). Since 1920, copies of this special edition have been highly prized collectors’ items. We have had the original professionally scanned and enhanced, to maximise the reproduction of the many pictures. New colour covers and a foreword have been added. The book is “A4” size, and contains 160 pages - the bulk supplies have just arrived from our printers. On the off chance that this publication is of some interest to you, I the public flyer for the book is available here. Please feel free to contact the Trust directly for any possible trade arrangements - www.mrt.org.uk Yours sincerely, Gareth Roberts
  6. We are holding another show on Sunday 6th March, We have a strong Military Section if you would like to attend plesae email me for a form. stevetydeman@yahoo.co.uk More Details at www.aviation-museum.co.uk and on the 118th Signals Regiment Blog: http://118thsignalsregiment.blog.co.uk/2011/01/10/january-ops-report-10340271/ Also Free Vintage Bus Rides destinations including Bournemouth Sea Front, Hengistbury Head and New Forest. Stalls selling Militaria including 70s-80s and WWII, Transport, Models, Vulcan to the Sky Stall, and many more! A static diplay of Classic Cars, Fire Engines and anything Vintage, re-enactors from WWII-1980S. Only £4 Adults, £2 Children.........:-)
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