This was eventually accomplished and for the first time we could get a good look at this remarkable vehicle.
|No power steering and flatish tyres needed some human assistance to help swivel the wheels|
|After many years she's out in the big wide world again|
| Ex army four wheel drive Bedford is a useful tool for vehicle towing. It is connected to the |
AEC in readiness for the journey
|Here we go, the Bedford and the AEC take to the road|
|Steady progress through the centre of Penrith|
|The scenery is getting more familiar now as we get closer to the Cumbria Classic Coaches depot in Ravenstonedale|
| Yes, we've made it, the Bedford manages to retain traction up the steep grassy slope and the convoy approaches|
Bowber Head on the level.
| A shot taken the following morning, showing the AEC in line with other CCC vehicles.|
It is occupying the bay normally used by ex Crossville Lodekker 627 HFM
More pictures of the journey can be seen on the Cumbria Classic Coaches Blog.