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"Deanhaven" - a 1960s UK holiday camp

Pony rides

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Pony rides
Two contemporary Lundby ponies on the left and two vintage Lundby horses on the right, Golden Girl behind Golden Boy. I think the camera shake on this shot makes look as though Golden Boy was snapped tossing his head. Riding instructor is a Lundby "Robert" doll from c1974-78. The bale of hay came from US eBay seller barblip. Lundby fencing but seller's details not to hand. This is the last of the out-of-season photos. The camp opens tomorrow (Saturday).
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5:14 AM on July 25, 2013 
Yes, they were - I've added the details for "Alec Sargent" (a name I gave him - he is Robert, no 1133, in the Lundby catalogue) under pic 28 (the office). "Elvis" here was catalogue number 1130. Another version, 1131, wearing a loud check jacket and white trousers, appeared in the 1974 brochure . I have this one - he's the holiday camp's disc jockey. There were two more Roberts: 1132, in nightclothes (1974), and 1134 in a "suede" jacket and light blue trousers (1975), which I don't have!
Joy .
10:40 PM on July 24, 2013 
Please tell me, Julie - I thought that this man, Robert (often nicknamed Elvis!) was the first Lundby father, partnering Mona. I just looked back at Alec Sargent and found he has the same dates. Were both dolls made as Lundby fathers at the same time, please?
Patty W
8:56 AM on June 1, 2013 
I want to book up!!
Zoe H
2:03 AM on June 1, 2013 
So funny! Yay, opening time!!
7:08 PM on May 31, 2013 
This camp has Everything!

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