The first competitive event Hamish Ogston entered with the 200 Mile Deemster was Prescott Hill Climb. Enjoy the video … HERE.
The Light Car & Cyclecar magazine was published weekly from 1912 and was the Bible for enthusiasts for such cars. The magazine covered many British made makes and often wrote about the Deemster. Hamish OgstonContinue reading
We recently received an email from a gentleman saying he had recently been to visit a man with a Deemster. It is nestling in a garage somewhere in UK but would not divulge its whereabouts.Continue reading
Soapy Ogston’s – A Ogston & Sons, Victorian Soap and Candle Factory (1802), Gallowgate. Alexander M Ogston, was a flax dresser who went on to establish a successful business manufacturing Soap and Candles. By the timeContinue reading
Ballooning is weather – dependent, we all know that. So what does Hamish Ogston do when it’s raining? The pictures gives you the answer – but of course there is more to the story.Continue reading
The Stelvio Pass is the second highest road pass in Europe ( 2.757 m ) and since being built in 1820 it has seen fierce WW1 battles fought in the ice and snow but moreContinue reading
G-OGLY is a 105 thousand cu. ft. balloon made by Cameron Balloons in Bristol – the logo seen on the side is that used by the Ogston Motor Co. on their cars made in theContinue reading