Bo'ness Revival  and Hill Climb. Spectators arrive as cars are on display in front of Kinneil House. Picture: Paul Cram.

In pictures: Bo’ness Revival and Hillclimb

Kinneil Estate was roaring to the tune of magnificent classic cars last weekend as the 2019 Bo’ness Revival and Hillclimb took place.

This year’s event celebrated 60 years since the double Formula 1 world champion Jim Clark competed in the town. On Sunday more than 500 cars of all ages took part in the Bo’ness Classic.

Bo'ness Revival  and Hill Climb. Marshals attend to a first corner casualty. Picture: Paul Cram.
Bo'ness Revival and Hill Climb. Marshals attend to a first corner casualty. Picture: Paul Cram.
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Bo'ness Revival  and Hill Climb. The damaged vehicle is returned to the paddock. Picture: Paul Cram.
Bo'ness Revival and Hill Climb. The damaged vehicle is returned to the paddock. Picture: Paul Cram.
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Bo'ness Revival  and Hill Climb. Local Bo'ness man Nigel sits proudly with his stunning mk2 Escort. Picture: Paul Cram.
Bo'ness Revival and Hill Climb. Local Bo'ness man Nigel sits proudly with his stunning mk2 Escort. Picture: Paul Cram.
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Bo'ness Revival  and Hill Climb. A driver fit for the occasion as he returns back down the track. Picture: Paul Cram.
Bo'ness Revival and Hill Climb. A driver fit for the occasion as he returns back down the track. Picture: Paul Cram.
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