Friday, December 25, 2020

photo size issues

Maybe it's just me (although I've heard this from others) the images aren't as big as I would like. Especially if you're trying to read them. Two workarounds. Don't click right on the image. Click to the side of it. Seems to give you the option of enlarging the image if it has that little "plus" inside a circle. Or right click and open the image in another tab. Then you can again click it larger if the image has that little "plus". Hope that helps.


Anonymous said...

Digney in Burnaby

Just a great site......I don't know if you looked at my recent post on Canadianrodder titled "photos of our southwest tour" but there are photos of an unknown sprint/midget/indy museum. I put up a link on that site


Keith Robinson

befastpast said...

Hi PG409,
Had a look at the Canadian Rodder thread. Now that is a good looking museum. Does one have to book ahead to arrange a viewing? I`d love to have a look at the displays and cars.

Anonymous said...


The musuem is in Henderson, NV just a suburb of Las Vegas. It is located in an industrial area and the building houses an automotive engine rebuild place and an aircraft engine rebuild facility. I think the owner owns all including the museum. We showed up and the front door was locked and an employee let us in. We were there and hour and a half before any staff that worked there came in to unlock the front door.
Really, really a neat place. Stuff everywhere !!!


Darrell ( bullet ) said...

Not sure why, other than perhaps a typo.
Blog title ' Tuesday Jan 1, 2013 '

befastpast said...

Done "on purpose" -- makes the post stay on top until I figure out how to make the photos click as large as they need to be to be read easily.

crazy salad said...

can you dig up any info for me on a phil churchill, died in 1927 from injuries sustained in crash on silver lake track in north bend, washington? mostly interested if he had any rep/standing as a driver. have obit (family) but can't find further data on the interwebs. thanks.


befastpast said...

I'll get something up soon. I don't have much. His fatal accident actually happened at Hastings Park in Vancouver, BC, August 20, 1927.

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Tim O'Hara Calgary said...

I like you site. If you have the copies of Wheelspin from the late 60's, I would be interested in the results from Cayuga because my brother raced and we have no copies. you would however be more familiar with my first cousin Marty White who raced at Langley. Thanks.

befastpast said...

I do have a few old Wheelspin copies from the late 1960s. I'll check. And I'm very familiar with Marty White. Saw him last year at the CAMRA 50th anniversary race at Stateline Speedway. Good guy. Total champion!

kengta said...

Hi Great site, not found anything like it

I am looking for entry list for the 2.5 Small bore Trans Am race at Edmonton 1971 and any pictures of Bert Everett at the same race on #25 Alfa or #26 Alfa not sure.

Hemaworstje said...

the bigger the better.