The islands off the mainland of Denmark are serviced by sturdy small ferries like this one to Tunø,
Samsø,being the larger island, is serviced by this new and larger ferry.
When we arrived at the museum, this Austin Cambridge was the first car welcoming us
In Denmark the Austin A40 Farina was called the Futura. The museum has two.
Outside there's aselection of BL-era cars, like this Princess
This is how the Halfcrab looks now: Resplendent with a new coat of paint and a suitably explanatory sign for this wing of the museum.
50% Frontal aspect is always strange especially without a grille
Every workshop needs a RainHare
Another half car. This was a 1939 Austin 10. Too far gone to be restored. The front is in the museum
Big truck does not fit inside but could be handy to transport new acquisitions home or hoist them from ditches or hedges. You can read more about the cars and the museum at the splendid Austin Museum website
These are the remains of a canal built by the Vikings ca 720. This way they could move their ships from East to West to defend the island from invaders.