The swimming feret must be rare, I think there is one in Bovingdon tank museum!
I was on my way there today! My significant other suggested we go for a look around. Unfortunately we went past the entrance to Clarks Village. Well......... we didn't get any further.
So instead of climbing around tanks and missiles I spent about a year of my life holding a handbag and various items of clothing as they were hurled in my direction while trying to offer constructive comments on what looked nice.........
Next time I'll be driving.
Looking for LDO marked EK2s and items relating to U-406.....
The photos don't show the Home Guard Lee Enfield dummy training rifle which hangs above the till/checkout and the large piece of Ju 88 (shot down nearby during the war returning from an air raid on Bristol) which hangs above one of the doorways. This place is vast an i'm sure there are other bits and pieces hiding. Personally I quite fancy the original cell doors from Shepton Mallet prison to keep my collection safe!
It's definitely a bloodhound. There are two of them at the entrance to RAAF Darwin here in oz
That Ferret would make a great restoration project, surely the owners not going to let it rot away
i used to live in Wells and never got around to visiting there, must make the effort next time i go past (only live in Burnham On Sea)
the T34 I would love to have a poke around.
does he have much WW2 stuff for sale at all?