Vintage at Goodwood - photos and features [part seven]
Sunday 15th August 2010
(Photos © urban75)
Mod scooters, Lonnie Donegan band and the Wall Of Death.
Photo wall by the entrance.
Inside the Wall of Death.
The act was incredible.
In the forest.
Inside the (ahem) John Lewis shop on the High Street.
High Street pub.
Old Abbey Road mixing desk.
Neil Innes in the Leisure Dome.
The Modernism in Crisis stall gave people the chance to 'demolish' ugly new buildings, coconut shy-style.
In the Warehouse.
Mobile cinema bus.
Between bands at the Let It Rock stage.
Being a bit of an old mod myself, I loved these fabulous scooters.
I was looking forward to the Lonnie Donegan band (with his son Pete replacing the late great skiffle king) but was a bit disappointed to find that the band were based on the later period of his life - so there was no washboard or tea chest bass in sight.
His son seemed a nice enough bloke though.
Gaggle failed to make an impression with the main stage crowd.
Vintage vehicles and hot rods on the move.
Part of the huge 'flea market'.
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