Right, only nearly a year late but I reckon I've recovered sufficiently from my exploding-Renner-trauma to make a go of this...
Some snaps from a very cold and wet jaunt to Junkyard Jewels near Stewartstown in Co.Tyrone, on 2 April 2018.
I basically went nuts snapping stuff, going round and round and round the yard taking multiple pics of the same cars repeatedly until I ran out of energy/heat/phone memory card space, so I'll try and group the pics together in separate posts for each car (or type of car) as I rattle through them.
Having originally attempted to group the various cars together by make/model (and failed, as once I'd moved all the 'obvious' pics into relevant folders, I was left with hundreds of random close-ups and interior shots which I couldn't place or identify), so the following is going to be presented as a 'virtual tour' if you like - a car by car, sequential series of snapshots.
Just to give you an idea of what we're looking at, here's what Junkyard Jewels looks like from the road:
It's a typical large Ulster double-fronted farmhouse, probably late Victorian, with rear yard and outbuildings. Public access to the yard is to the rear of the dwelling. And, if we switch to aerial view...
Aha, now we can see some cars!
It's not a massive yard, but just to make it all less confusing I've divvied the yard up into 6 'zones', and will present the cars in each zone, one after the other.
(There's probably better ways to do this, but this is the one least likely to give me a nervous breakdown, I've decided.)
So here we go, then... unfortunately I can't offer you a full immersive virtual reality experience, but this may be the next best thing...
START: ZONE 1 - Just inside the gates
First up, a slightly moth-eaten Triumph 1300 guarding the way in: still wearing its original Co.Down registration plate of 9017SZ.
No DVLA details showing for this one.