2004 PRISONER LOCATIONS WALKABOUT PHOTO REPORT
Report/Photos: Rick Davy
On October 24th 2004, around 20 Prisoner Fans gathered under Marble Arch in London for a very special Prisoner Locations Walkabout. As well as the attendees (who had travelled from as far afield as the West Midlands, Berkshire, Bristol, Oxford, Buckinghamshire, Essex and the United States) the event also attracted a number of Caterham 7 cars!
The cars were brought to the event for a photoshoot for an upcoming feature in "Octane" car magazine (CLICK HERE for a feature on this article, including some exclusive images from the photoshoot). As usual, in his own individual style, event organiser and host Dave Lally enthusiastically guided everyone around the London Prisoner locations and a good time was had by all.
If you're wondering what the Walkabout is all about, a full review (with many photographs) of the April 2004 Walkabout can be found HERE. For full details on the different Prisoner locations, and over 150 photographs of the Locations, visit our Locations Guide. Below are a few images of the attendees taken at the October 2004 event.
"You'll miss it and it's free!". Attendees gather at the meeting point (Marble Arch).
Dave Lally introduces the first location of the tour.
Sadly, the "famous double doors" are no more.
A surprise guest in the Underground car-park.
The Walkabout Attendees Gather at the Wellingon Memorial from "Many Happy Returns"
The Underground Car Park entrance in Great College Street.
A Welcome rest at New Scotland Yard
I would just like to add my thanks to Dave Lally for organising and hosting the event, and to *all* the attendees for being a damn fine bunch of individuals - I hope to see you all again at the next event! If Scott (who mysteriously disappeared when we stopped off at the ICA building) could get in touch, we'd love to hear from him. Thanks to Adam for all the Prisoner news and Richard for organising the Caterhams. Best wishes to Alexis on her Prisoner Dissertation for her degree.
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