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The View from your Office Window (car related)


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From where I sit in the office all I can see is vans.If I walk to the other side of the counter I can see Practical Classics workshop.Much more interesting, two doors down from me they specialize in vintage cars.Two weeks ago there was a Bugatti outside.Today it's a 4.5 litre Bentley blower.This afternoon they were running up and down the yard trying to bump-start an Austin 7.

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It's Port Askaig on Islay. https://goo.gl/maps/11BHL25bHdn There's a better view just out of shot

 

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Thank fuck you've posted where that is, it was doin my head in. Have been thinking of places all up and down the west coast of Scotland and all over Skye and Mull. Used to do a lot of hillwalking, like most weekends for a few years.

 

But, back to Autoshite . . . lots of views still around like the one of that Inverness registered Corolla.

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Sorry no cars, but my office window looks like this.

 

<<Job saving mode>>

This photo was taken from the rear cab of a train.

 

<<job saving mode off>>

I was trying not to get pictures of scenic wet Welsh hillsides but I let you off with this as I am going to drive to Stourbridge tomorrow just to ride the Parry mover for 0.8 mile!

 

Edit - Mrs 6C has found it, crossing Calstock viaduct south bound?

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I was trying not to get pictures of scenic wet Welsh hillsides but I let you off with this as I am going to drive to Stourbridge tomorrow just to ride the Parry mover for 0.8 mile!

 

Edit - Mrs 6C has found it, crossing Calstock viaduct south bound?

 

Bravo.  Mrs 6C knows her stuff, it is indeed Calstock viaduct, (and a wet Cornish hillside).

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I'd be interested to see some pics of your Stourbridge adventure.

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