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There was a big turn-out for our winter road run on January 18. Two Bedford Goddess fire engines (one red, one yellow), three Jeeps, six Land Rovers, a Champ, Ferret and Dodge M37, followed by four civvy Land Rovers made their way through the Northamptonshire and Leicestershire country lanes from Harpole, near Northampton, to Welham, near Market Harborough for a late lunch. There was soup stop at the famous Naseby Battlefield, where the course of English history was changed in 1645 and a visit to the Welland Valley Vintage Traction Club at Market Harborough. It was great to see dog walkers, other pedestrians and horse riders smiling and waving to our vehicles as we passed through numerous small villages. The road run was organised, as usual, by Roger and Janet Higgerson with help from Gordon and Vicky Beale. There is a video on You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXYQslLxaFA  

Pictures by Stuart King, Tim Cross and Peter Clarke