A stop in Sparkford on my Sunday cycle ride.
The village church of St. Mary Magdelane.
It was difficult to get a whole church view. This was the best I could achieve.
South from the church I climbed Sparkford Hill. This view is looking west towards Sutton Montis with Parrock Hill and The Beacon behind.
From the same spot looking down on Queen Camel.
A closer look at Queen Camel church. The church of St Barnabas.
A few pictures from a trip to the Haynes motor museum.
The red room with a fine display of cars.
A nostalgic reminder of the introduction of the Austin Mini.
You don’t see many of these around now.
Some of the models in this line up were a reminder of our family cars from years past.
This Bentley was not however ever a family car for us!
I am not sure when these signs were in use.
This Bugatti dates from 1913.
The famous Jaguar emblem.
A few more pictures from the motor museum.
The red room. There was a wedding reception in progress when we arrived.
My favourite car of the day. A 1955 MG TF. The same age as me!
A closer look at the radiator grill.
This part of the exhibition hall was celebrating 50 years of the E type Jaguar.
1965 Jaguar E type 4.2 litre FHC series one.
Back at the red room and a line up of MG’s, Triumph’s and Austin Healy.