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Bath to Shrewsbury... August 2011
The Goold Family have been attending the 'Bishops Castle' rally since the late 1980s. We've enjoyed a warm welcome to the rally over the years, so, we were really excited the Society had invited the Sentinel Club to attend this anniversary event.
Justin as driver, with Boot and Dawn swapping out for firing halfway. The journey from Bath to shrewsbury is apporx 140 miles and took us 5 and half hours, with one waterstop. Over the course of the weekend most of the family were able join in the fun. To top off an enjoyable weekend, we were awarded the ‘Best Waggon’ cup, presented by the mayor of Shrewsbury.

 

Sentinel Waggon Works August 2011
After a day of rest (and cleaning!) we set off at 9am from the rally site Onslow Park, to Bishops Castle where most engines and some Sentinels were starting the road-run. With a very enjoyable lunch stop, we returned to the rally after 50miles steaming to drop off the 'littleones' and proceeded into Shrewsbury town with a brief visit to the Morris's Oil Works, followed by a visit to the original Sentinel Waggon Works.

 

S-Types on Saturday Night Road Run
August 2011

On Saturday evening some of the S-type owners decided to go for a road-run to the pub, only a short distance away, but beautiful scenery. The pub sits alongside a river, a perfect spot for a pint!


Any Load, Any Road, Any Time.
July 2010
A day out with Justin & Dawn and their Sentinel S4 steam waggon. Along the way they collect a 6 ton timber payload to deliver to the Somerset Steam Spectacular.

A Sunday Steam-up May 2007
It's a perfect day for steaming through the countryside with family and friends on the back of an 'S' type Sentinel steam waggon.
It may have been fun for us, but it was hot and thirsty work for driver Justin and stoker Gary.
Joining us for a jar or two at the pub were John and Boot in their 10HP 1911 Stanley.

 

 

©J.R. Goold Vintage Steam Restorations Ltd. 2011