Richmond upon Thames: the view from London's "Arcadia" along the River Thames in Southwest London.
Let's stay for a while at Brooklands: the world's first purpose-built motor racing circuit, built in 1907 by Mr. Hugh Locke King, near Weybridge.
Posted by Chuckeroon at 07:58
Labels: Brooklands museum
I'm guessing this photo is going to generate a lot of visits. There's just something about cars and machines. :-)ReplyDelete
Regarding the Stilli-Aare history, I don't think there'll be a series. Just one worthy post is all I aspire to, and I'm not sure even that will transpire.
It looks like a bug/insect! Cool photo.ReplyDelete
Now this looks like the real thing! I agree with Ming - it looks like an insect - hey, perhaps one of Abraham's!ReplyDelete
Is Brooklands still used as a racetrack?
My kids used to watch an English children's program about a racing car that got into trouble all the time - I can't remember it's name but it looks just like this car!!ReplyDelete