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Re: Garages Gallery-Ancient and Modern

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mickthemaverick wrote:
23 Aug 2020, 09:56
Looks like a possible bonus for our Stroll Neil, is it anywhere near the proposed route? :)
It is just a couple of miles off the A1M Junction 56 Signposted Barton. You may not be coming North on the A1M if you are heading for the Transporter Bridge, but you will be snaking your way across teesside to head up to Barnard Castle/ Middleton in Teesdale/ High Force and everything really is not too far away. One way of getting up to Barnard Castle and Beyond from Teeside is follow the A66 and head out west. The garage from the other side is just a short hop from the A66.....turn left just before the A66 turns into the A66M on the south side of Darlington.
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Reply on the September Stroll thread

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Thanks for that Neil, don't know what went wrong there, I sent the link I was watching.

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Remember when the go to material for Garages was corrugated Iron?
Make sure its a Michelin
Make sure its a Michelin
and this was the garage where our whatsthisthen? TR7 came from, before the current takeover

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Old petrol pumps at Bendor
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