British Manufacturing

British Manufacturing

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

How Britain Shaped the Manufacturing World - images

 We now have a dust cover with images

Now I am making the final choice for the sixteen pages of images in the book.  Here are just some:
This was taken on Shetland - the lighthouse on Bressay
A toy tank spotted in a stately home near Wolverhampton. I couldn't pick it up to see who made it.
Taken in Lincoln Cathedral during the Celebration of Lincoln Engineering. It is, of course, the Lincoln Imp and it is on the motor car that Ruston & Hornsby produced. I love the reflection of the stained glass windows.

The Rootes Archive Trust have made available some lovely images, some of which were in my father's archive. I guess I shouldn't post them on social media!

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