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18 Aug, 2009

New images of Silverstone and Gabions, Bankshores

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: Biodiversity|Buildings|Energy|Exhibitions and Shows|Green Transport|Roads|transport

Silverstone racetrack - friendly man with tires on a bridge

Silverstone racetrack - friendly man with tires on a bridge

We have been uploading new folders of images – many of Silverstone racetrack in the UK, several folder, cars, people, buildings, signs, bridges, and also some bankshores (tyre or tire walls).

These are the links:

Silverstone racetrack – buildings >

Silverstone racetrack – people & cars >

Silverstone racetrack – signs >

Silverstone racetrack – bridges >

Gabions & Bankshores walls – incl. Silverstone >

We also have a page in the Building DIY site on Gabions & Bankshores >

2 Responses to "New images of Silverstone and Gabions, Bankshores"

1 | John

September 18th, 2009 at 2:11 pm


I know this guy!

2 | Carl Broady

November 22nd, 2009 at 8:29 pm


tyres or tires? The friendly man with tires on the bridge doesn’t look at all tired.

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