Some of my favourite 101 photographs and an opportunity to raise some money for the Alzheimer's Society. Please feel free to send your photographs to
Sponsorship for one month is £20 - send a cheque made payable to: "Alzheimer's Society" to: Martyn Bailey, Poggle Wood, One Parkfield Place, Sheffield, S2 4TH, UK
Email your artwork or some text, that's it!
Donations (again, payable to the "Alzheimer's Society") also very welcome :-)
January 2007Another invaluable and quite priceless historical photograph showing the final build of FC101-01.Photograph sent by Les Adams with the caveat: "I'm not into copyright - it's a real pain in the neck."
December 2006Restoration Project?Another priceless photo from Chris and Helen.
November 2006Nelly and a tree! Taken by Chris and Helen - see photo feature.
October 2006My GS gets some new boots.Pseudo artistic shot taken (badly) at night :-)
September 2006Artists impression of a 101 GS on an airportable frame - painted 1990. Thanks to the 7th Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery.
August 2006As built in 1968. Notice the nose shape, light positions, bumper construction and petrol filler location.Photograph sent by Les Adams with the caveat: "I'm not into copyright - it's a real pain in the neck."
July 2006Original Ambulance drawings - from a private collection.
June 2006Last seen buying an old ambulance from Rob at Billing a few years ago, Martin and Lynn shocked us all when they turned up at the Shakespeare Unofficial in April 2006 with this superb conversion.
May 2006101 - Number One - photograph taken at the Land Rover World Show, Eastnor Castle, 2004
April 2006Mad Ron pictured at the 2005 UNOFFICIAL in County Durham
March 2006Greenlane trip during the 2005 UNOFFICIAL 101 gathering, county Durham
February 2006Another historical photograph, courtesy of Barry Doughty, driver of "Tail End Charlie" - British Joint Forces West East Trans-Sahara Expedition - 1975 (See Photo Feature)
January 2006Thinking of warmer climes, the picture for January was sent in from Chris and Helen. Taken whilst driving 'Nelly", their distinctive overland expedition prepared 101 Ambulance from Birmingham to South Africa in 2003. (See Photo Feature)
December 2005Seasons Greetings from Martyn, Charlotte and Max.Our 101GS "Bungle" half way through restoration last year in the snow.
November 2005Steve and Lizzy Taylors (not forgetting the Monsters!) GS collecting some mud at the Unofficial Welsh gathering in October.(Also known as: "BASS CAMP") :-)
October 2005Very early archive prototype testing photograph.Demonstrating that the brakes on a 101 leave nothing to be desired if correctly maintained!
September 2005More muddy fun, this time taken at the now well established annual Northern Unofficial Event, organised by Graham and Fresca.
August 2005"Mr 101" Norman Busby - Architect of the 101.Pictured here at the 101 Club AGM 2004
July 2005Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the British Joint Services, West East Sahara Expedition led by Squadron Leader Tom Sheppard. Photograph taken by Barry Doughty, driver of "Tail End Charlie". (See Photo Feature) .
June 2005101 Club members Roger Hill-Cottingham, Rich Clafton, Graham and Fresca Iceland Expedition 2004.(See Photo Feature)
May 2005"Mad Cloggie" Ron Wiggemansen in his quite remarkable and more than capable off-roader 101. A regular visitor to the UK Northern Unofficial gatherings. His truck runs on environmentally friendly LPG (he has three 110L tanks in the rear).
April 2005Photograph sent in by Bruce Kinzer.101 Club members from over the pond in USA, out playing in the mud!