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Riley cars at the 28th Scottish Transport Extravaganza Glamis 2002

13th and 14th July 2002
Presented by Strathmore Vintage Vehicle Club
at Glamis Castle

The splendid Glamis Castle is the family home of the Earls of Strathmore, the childhood home of the late HM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother and birthplace of the late HRH The Princess Margaret.

Approximately 700 vehicles ranging from a 1868 boneshaker cycle to steam rollers were on display and most were paraded in the arena, also in the arena was a display by the Blue Arrows Motorcycle display team. Around the arena and grounds were about 250 stands of autojumble, motor trade, antiques and crafts. To keep the children amused there was a play area and plenty of food was available.

A visit to the Scottish Transport Extravaganza is highly recommended if you are in the area when it is on.

A picture of the Castle which with extensive grounds is open to the public spring to autumn. (use link above or telephone 01307 840393 for info)


Details taken from the programme so not 100% sure if correct.

programme number 505 - 1948 Riley RMA - Reg. CES697 (no picture)

programme number 515 - 1951 Riley RMA - Reg. RPC63 (no picture)

Pictures showing the cars I saw, must have missed the above or they were not there!

programme number 516 - 1951 Riley RMB 2.5 ltr - Reg. BYJ192 

programme number 544 - 1954 Riley RME - Reg. JVD982

programme number 730 - 1931 Riley Monaco - Reg.RG2561

programme number 732 - 1931 Riley Monaco - Reg.114FAY

programme number 733 - 1932 Riley Dunbar Special - Reg.KSJ818


programme number 779 - 1936 Riley Merlin - Reg.VD7498

programme number 781 - 1936 Riley Falcon - Reg.ASC962

programme number 786 - listed as 1936 Riley 12/4 Kestrel - Reg.EZ2867 (but not a Kestrel now!)

programme number 792 - 1936 Riley Special - Reg.WSJ700

programme number 795 - 1936 Riley 12/4 Lynx lookalike - Reg.MJ8465

programme number 849 - 1935 Riley 12/4 Kestrel - Reg.CLW120

19?? RM? On display but not on the programme - LYB886