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max's son

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  • Birthday 07/29/1960

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    fire engineering
  • Boat Name
    outrigger canoe
  • Boat Location
    where ever I paddle

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  1. there is a Pitchcroft racecourse run http://www.parkrun.org.uk/worcesterpitchcroft/ and one at Worcester woods at Nunnery http://www.parkrun.org.uk/worcester/ also one adjacent to the droitwich canal at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/churchfieldsfarm/
  2. The can dates from the 50's was rescued from floating in the canal
  3. similar to this one which I was told was Ron's work
  4. Hopefully this skirt passes Shirts should be kept on Boating in 1961 You must wear a tie. R-l: Paul Hocquard (vintage car restorer), Tom Rolt in cap, Sonia Rolt, Jocelyn Sinclair, the two Rolt boys, and (right) car historian John Stanford.
  5. this what your thinking of
  6. Without people like this would canals be as they are today saving boats, building new ones and looking after them Allen's yard was a fascinating place http://allensregister.com/allens4.php#Les Allen We could all be in GRP Tubs
  7. Weather here can be so unpredictable here last July a heatwave and 2007 floods Worcester 2007
  8. Believe these are on the Yare a picture hung in Dads hallway for 50 odd years, still think the Jets on the right are out of place. Painted by a C Bentley
  9. "Petter made the S model, and one is (or was) exhibited at the Waterways museum in Gloucester: https://www.gracesguide.co.uk/File:Im20111218Glos-i151.jpg" Post 3 If this is the engine out of "Oak" that was at the museum it was given by Dad and was from Charlie Ballinger's boat "Olive" He was good at giving away engines he also gave a 9hp Bolinder to the Boat museum, I remember it on two railway sleepers dancing up and down the drive when he ran it
  10. Further information about Ballinger when Dad and the late Albert Brookes built Ballinger and Glenfield https://worcestervista.com/index.php/mechanics/renovating-ballinger/
  11. The Scotch egg shop in Worcester is now at The Nest in Severn Street next to the Worcester Porcelian museum just up from the Diglis Hotel by the river.
  12. where was this picture taken? http://historyloversclub.com/the-life-in-rear-during-the-world-war-ii/2/
  13. Saw this news article, Hope it doesn't close the Aqueduct for ever, one of the wonders of the canal system and a great location https://www.shropshirestar.com/news/local-hubs/mid-wales/llangollen/2018/12/11/concerns-over-aqueduct-railings/
  14. is suffering from leaves worse than suffering from wind
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