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A 1940's Takeover, Eye, Suffolk - 8th August 2015

There's a 1940s military vehicle event going on down in Eye. Later, the BBs are playing at the Cock Inn in Diss, and Sis and Matt are over for Sunday lunch.

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Down at Liverpool Street, 90012 'Royal Anglian Regiment' is fitted out with some track-temperature-sensing thing

Military vehicles on the market place in Eye

US Army truck

With only a few modern anachronisms, this could almost be an original 1040s photo

Someone's got the bunting out

A curious motor-tricycle trundles around

Eyeing up a pile of vintage suitcases

Someone sticks Old Glory up on a Willys jeep

There's even a vintage fire engine, courtesy of Bressingham Steam Museum, outside the Queen's Head. There were 20 pubs in Eye in the 40s - this is the last open

Merlin, the former mayor, walks up the road

Dunnett's the butchers gets in to character

Down at Eye Church, there's a big wedding on

There's a state of shock as an actual fibre telecomms cabinet appears within shouting distance of the house

A view out of the window of the Cock Inn

Nosher does some sort of self portrait in a mirror

It's all too much for Henry as he sets his kit up

Isobel makes cake

Grandad roams around as we see Sis and Matt off

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Down at Liverpool Street, 90012 'Royal Anglian Regiment' is fitted out with some track-temperature-sensing thing