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In the entrance to the museum in the stables at Sandringham was a beautiful vintage car, the make of which I forget, it was a De something or other.

It had magnificent spoked wheels and this is a rather standard composition of the centre of one of the rear wheels.

I have been having lots of virus and malware problems over the last few days, stemming I think from using Limewire which doesn't have a good reputation. Hopefully, fingers crossed, I have sorted them but for the next few days I am looking at your pictures but not making comments until I am happy that everything is sorted and I can be on the Internet with confidence for any length of time. Please keep your comments coming as my email seems o.k..  Back to full service soon I hope.  Brian

Wheel Hub

In the entrance to the museum in the stables at Sandringham was a beautiful vintage car, the make of which I forget, it was a De something or other.

It had magnificent spoked wheels and this is a rather standard composition of the centre of one of the rear wheels.

I have been having lots of virus and malware problems over the last few days, stemming I think from using Limewire which doesn't have a good reputation. Hopefully, fingers crossed, I have sorted them but for the next few days I am looking at your pictures but not making comments until I am happy that everything is sorted and I can be on the Internet with confidence for any length of time. Please keep your comments coming as my email seems o.k..  Back to full service soon I hope.  Brian

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De Dion Bouton perhaps? Sorry you are having malware and virus problems. It is a pain in the backside!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill, I think it was De Moulton or something like that. The main infection I got on my PC was called Antivirus 2008 and it has taken some clearing. Apparently it is doing the rounds at the moment, in the end I had to download Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, a freeware program which has hopefully cleared things up.
Can't go wrong with a bit of good engineering!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ian, have you noticed everything from the old days was very strong and "functional"?
  • tim
  • some were in Armley, Leeds:)
  • 1 Oct 2008, 20:16
you use Limewire Brian? stopped using this ages ago due to same thing, i have heard they have made big efforts to clean it up though so me daughter say's smile

Lovely shot Briansmile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tim, yes my son warned me off LimeWire a while ago, now I have learnt the lesson, hopefully my PC is clear of all affending items now, including LimeWire.
Nice detail shot Brian, Would like to see the old thing in all it's glory. Hope you solve your problems.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Les, fingers crossed I hope my PC is back to normal know. I was going to take a picture of the whole car but this elderly chap stood in front and just did not want to move.
Very strong colours and shapes
Brian Walbey: Thanks Mark, this is similar to those shots taken of traction engine wheels, usually they come over quite well.

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