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Speedway Museum Pictures - Part 2

Pictures taken by Harry Ward at the 2009 High Beech gathering at the Speedway Museum in Paradise Wildlife Park.

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This article was first published on 19th February 2009


 

  • Phil Rogers:

    "Many thanks for taking the trouble to download these pictures enabling us all to see what the Museum has to offer. An excellent advert for all the hard work put in by the owners. Very nice to see a section dedicated to Wiggy (Rip fella). Once again well done to all. "

  • Chris Stockwell:

    "Really interesting and well taken photos. However the impression I get from the photos it seems the bikes, memorabillia etc are crammed together, I could be wrong as I have never been to the Museum. One slight critic Harry, I wish you'd put captions on your photos, but still good work. "

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