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Report - Horncliffe Mansion and Jaguar Graveyard, Edenfield, Lancashire - May 2012


StevieSweet

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Hi All, Apologies for the first attempt at posting - I think I've got the hang of it now?


I first found this site in Cheshire approx 4 years ago, and back then there were a few more Jags which have saddly disappeared over the last couple of years (2x Mk.2's and an S-Type).

It was only on my latest visit that I actually got to see inside the main Barn for the first time (by putting the camera through a small broken window and taking pics (not knowing what would be on the pics as it was pitch dark inside). The darkness of the Barn is why the first 4 pics are rubbish quality!

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Early 50's Rover P3

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Sad remains of another 50's Rover P3 (this has a Jag Mk.2 2.4ltr engine fitted)

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Restored chassis and body of another Rover P3

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This was hard to photograph as it was so burried, but is the rear of an ultra-rare 1930's Rover P2 6-Light

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This was the front of the Rover P2. It's been there approx 30-40 years and is absolutely complete.

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A set of doors from one of the P3's. These were known as 'Suicide Doors' because of the way they opened outwards!!

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Remains of an early 60's Mini

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Back end of an E-Type Roadster

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Underneath all of these brambles is a TR7.

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Early 60's Jaguar 420G

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Jag panels lay strewn around this site

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Another ultra-rare car (and my personal favourite at the site), a 50's Mk.7M Jaguar

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