With the end of the year approaching it is time to start to think ahead to 2015. What will the new year bring to us personally and at work. It also means making plans for holidays, trips abroad and the TR7's. And time for a new calendar to grace the study wall. This year I decided to use pictures of my TR7's, taken over the past years across Europe.
The DHC on its maiden trip after finishing the restoration,
inside the Flimserstein Tunnel in Switzerland. Picture taken by René on my instructions.
(9 August 2010)
My latest acquisition and current restoration project,
the 1976 FHC in the shed waiting for dismantling to start.
(11 January 2014)
Dismantling of the 1976 FHC complete.
In the workshop of a friend in Belgium.
(12 February 2014)
't Kreng in the hotel parking in Haaksbergen,
after the seventh edition of the Nacht van het Oosten.
(14 March 2010)
The DHC in front of the Nant-y-Moch Reservoir,
during the second edition of Club Triumph's Taith o Amgylch Cymru.
(10 May 2014)
't Kreng in a lay-by just outside Pwllgloyw, with the navigator trying to look cool,
taken in Wales during the first edition of Club Triumph's Taith o Amgylch Cymru.
(11 May 2013)
't Kreng hiding in Broughton in Furness,
after the International Auto Ecosse.
(6 June 2012)
The DHC on top of the Timmelsjoch between Austria and Italy,
also during its maiden trip.
(8 August 2010)
Again the DHC during its maiden trip.
This time on top of the Albula Pass in Switzerland.
(9 August 2010)
The DHC in the market square of the Belgian village of Watou,
the day before the start of Club Triumph's fifth (official) edition of the 10 Countries Run.
(4 September 2013)
The DHC in front of the old pit boxes of the "Circuit de Reims" in France,
during the first day of Club Triumph's 10 Countries Run.
(5 September 2013)
The old DHC (as she was before restoration) on top of the Timmelsjoch just inside Austria,
during the 2007 edition of Club Triumph's 10 Countries Run. Picture taken by Roger.
(8 September 2007)
And to end the year a picture (again taken by Roger) of 't Kreng.
On top of the Col de L'Iseran in France, during Club Triumph's first official 10 Countries Run.
(9 September 2005)