To start, nearest is an MGA, then a 1952 Riley 1.5 RMA, a 1953 Morris Oxford and two Morris Minor Travellers - with the heritage goods train behind them.
A different view of the Oxford - which has spent 25 years laid up in a barn - and the Travellers.
Three Morris Minors and an A35, 240UXE is used as every day transport.
A 1959 Austin Healey "Frog Eyed" Sprite which belongs to the wife of the owner of 240UXE above - it's been to the Isle of Man this year. I saw this at Gartell Steam Fair the previous weekend.
1956 Jensen 541 3995cc with an appropriate registration, the first British car with 4 wheel disc brakes: and a 1968 Jaguar MkII 2.4 - hard to chose which I'd rather have!
A Morris Minor Traveller, lovely old cars!
Four more Morris Minors, a 2 door, a 4 door and 2 convertibles.
1958 MGA 1500 which went new to South Africa, coming back "home" in 1969.
1934 Morgan Super Sports with an air-cooled vee twin engine.
1964 Triumph Herald, these had an amazingly small turning circle.
L to R 1970 MGB GT, a Triumph TR5 and another MGB GT.
1952 Austin 1200
1956 Austin A35 Pick-up - only 475 of these were made - and a 1969 MG Midget.
1983 Blacktack Avion-Guzzi 950cc kit car based on a CitroŽn 2CV and Moto-Guzzi motorbike - it is believed to be unique!
1962 Austin A40
1961 Austin Mini Seven - how small they seem today.
1968 Wolseley 1300, the slightly up market version of the Austin/Morris versions with a twin carb engine.
1966 Morris Minor Traveller with the Wolseley 1300 and the Austin Seven.
1963 Triumph Herald Estate, 1968 Triumph Vitesse - a Herald with a 2 litre 6 cyl. engine - and a Herald Saloon.
1972 Triumph 2.5 PI
1972 Triumph Stag, with its 3 litre V8 these were great cars.
1972 Triumph Spitfire - based on a Herald chassis with uprated engine - and 1960 Triumph Herald Coupe 948cc.
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