If you want to ride in this American Wartime Jeep you have to abide by the instructions….
These people are a group of enthusiasts keeping up the traditions of the 32nd Cornwall Regiment of Foot. I thought the very small individual second from the right looked a bit incongruous amongst all the tall gents.
I spotted these in a street in Plymouth. They were installed in the pavement (sidewalk) outside some large townhouses and were there to allow the coal to be delivered without disturbing the refined residents.
Three guys dressed in their costumes for a historical Forces Vehicle Rally in Plymouth at the weekend.
An image from inside one of the last independant tweed mills in Selkirk still operating. The theme? Well the two yarns used to create cloth are called the Warp and the Weft. The yarn going directly into the machine is the Warp hence my interpretation.
Here is the footplate of the machine that took us on our first element of the Round Robin trip at the weekend; a steam train journey from Paignton to Kingswear.
HERE is a bit more about her.
Now here is a real character. This is Roger Bourgein, our local Town Crier, a very traditional role in a lot of English towns. Traditionally the Town Crier would have announced the news of the day to the townsfolk but these days it is a largely ceremonial role, representing the town and, on this occasion, being out and about during the Jubilee and local Town Festival activities.