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London to Brighton 2007



Jim King preparing his 1902 Stanley Type "B" in Hyde Park.
Jim's son Bill seen on the left, turned out in the early hours to run us up to London.

Dawn break, the car ready to go, as we wait for the start from the park.




1901 Locomobile driven by Stephen Ward, Bob Ward's grandson, waiting at the start.




Loic de L'Arbre making final adjustments to his 1901 Steamobile.




Bob Ward gets underway to what was to be a good run to Brighton.




Jim and I arriving at the coffee stop.




Arthur Thomson in his 1904 White arriving at the coffee stop.




Here we are having a welcome break at The Steam Car Club coffee stop.
As always Ray Clark and his team were there providing hot soup, tea, coffee and buns.




And here we have stopped for our final water fill before arriving in Brighton.




Car checked over, water tanks full, Jim and I are ready for the last hill before Brighton.




Nearly there, at this point my Grandson Scott had hitched a ride.
Picture by Neil Rice,




The 1896 Salvesen owned by John Brydon making good speed climbing one of the hills.
Picture by Neil Rice.



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