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This is a scan from a 35mm transparency which I took in 1983 at the famous Goose Fair, Nottingham, England. It shows James Noyce & Sons' traditional roundabout (or "gallopers") with brightly-painted wooden horses that move up and down as the roundabout turns. This scan is in the Public Domain (however, I retain ownership and copyright of the original transparency and any higher-resolution scans derived from it).

If this image is used outside Wikipedia a photographer's credit (Simon Garbutt) would be much appreciated! SiGarb 23:00, 2 January 2006 (UTC)
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