Gone, but not forgotten.
Mike as you say that wasn't the one I recall, anyway I don't think I have ever been back to Bristol since 67 so it couldn't have been, What road was that on.
Phil, it went from Temple Way (off the Bath Road (A4) before Temple Meads Station) on a curve over Victoria Street round towards Redcliffe. Another glimpse of it here from Victoria Street.Mike as you say that wasn't the one I recall, anyway I don't think I have ever been back to Bristol since 67 so it couldn't have been, What road was that on.
col h, it had already been assembled in a field outside Bristol by the firm that made it to make sure it went together OK. Then it was dismantled and brought up to Brum. I didn't know about 'The Tip' behind Garrison Lane so many thanks for telling us about that. Many didn't believe it could be built in a weekend - just shows what can be done with forward planning.Before it went to Camp Hill, I remember it being either stored or assembled on 'The Tip' behind Garrison La. and moved in very quickly, in sections over a weekend.
Remember him? I can't think about the flyover without remembering this back in about '74.There was a car sales owner who moved him from the Bull Ring.
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