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London to Brighton 2002
This series of pictures were taken at The Steam Car Club coffee stop.

Traffic jam, as cars joggle for position, behind them a steamer about to pull into the coffee stop.


Peter Lumsden's 1899 Locomobile stops for water and hot coffee.


Mrs Curry arrives at the water stop with her 1902 Locomobile.


Another picture of Peter Lumsden's 1899 Locomobile.


Alan Handcock going well in his 1902 Puritan.


Simon Webb's 1904 Stanley CX, dated by the VCC as after 1904 so unable to run officially.


The boiler of the 1896 Whitney, owned by Mike Mutters.


Getting steam up on the Whitney, the fire had a habit of escaping.


Err!! to many Indians? the Whitney receives a minor adjustment.


The Whitney setting off on the next leg of the run.


Candle power, lighting the way.


Click page numbers for other London to Brighton years

2001 page.       2002 page.       2003 page.       2004 page.

2005 page.       2006 page.       2007 page.       2008 page.

2009 page.       2010 page.      

 





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