Classics Monthly

GRAHAM ROBSON LONG WAY TO PRESTON

It’s in wintry weather that I sometimes recall how ‘classic’ motoring was not always fun, and certainly not hassle-free. Way back when I was a graduate trainee working at Jaguar in Coventry, on weekends I often felt the need to travel north to see my parents in West Yorkshire. But these journeys were not undertaken in a car (I couldn’t afford one) and not by train either (too expensive). So what, and how? Would you believe it would be as a passenger in a

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