Submitted by Name: Kimberley Frost From: Manchester E-mail: Contact
Comments: My uncle Barry who is one of the team always talks about the progress on the restoration and it's clear how passionate he is about it and it proves more so when you read how much the team but in, absolutely amazing what you are all doing
Added: April 22, 2016
Submitted by Name: John Willoughby From: Colchester E-mail: Contact
Comments: That view of the engine fuel system looks fantastic. Wonderful job.
Added: March 25, 2016
Submitted by Name: Gerald Ridley From: Hereford E-mail: Contact
Comments: I stand up in admiration and sulute you all, for you hard work and dedication over the past years and into the furture.You have faced many trials and difficulties and come through to your credit and in the spirit of the man himself.Your goal lies before you so press on to the end and know you will get there.
Added: February 22, 2016
Submitted by Name: Terry Crofts From: Ontario Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Has the water brake been renovated and is it going to be operational? How is it deployed?
Added: February 19, 2016
Submitted by Name: Lee alexandre From: Dubai E-mail: Contact
Comments: Having just received a gift which was the "patience" picture I'm totally blown away... The passion in the picture and the detail with the actual paint.... Is simply stunning, I've wanted the picture for a few years it will be framed and proudly deployed....
Enzo Ferrari once said "you can't describe passion, you can only live it"
And he was right.... And what you doing is simply awesome......
Added: February 15, 2016
Submitted by Name: rob rowlinson From: cheshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi....i always keep up to date from a far.
Your latest update this month is brilliant....whoever spends time writing them deserves a medal.
Just about to watch the youtube vid.
Well done chaps...youre doing a great job!
Ps - WHEN will it be finished?
Added: February 14, 2016
Submitted by Name: kevin rust From: hornchurch E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi bill and the boys and girls,Its just great to see you cracking on at such a pace, Things are really coming together,The quality of your work is truly outstanding.Best wishes for the coming new year,Kevin
Added: January 31, 2016
Submitted by Name: Donal James Caddye From: Galway, Ireland E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello All. Was on a mission to collect a car in the Grizdale area and had a lot of time to waste before the Stranrar ferry. I called into the Museum and was totally enchanted with the story, the boat and the location. I had heard my father talking of Donald Campbell and saying what a hero he was. Yes I was named after him....!!! Lake Coniston is a beautiful place. Its only recently something was pulling at me to visit and I am so glad I went. What a proper superstar Donald was but yourselves are proper superstars in equal measures. To recover the wreckage and rebuild it is a brave brave undertaking. Most of all yous never rested until Donald was found and given a proper place to rest. I cant wait to see the fruits of your labour and I will definitely make it over to see her once again take to the lake - These things take a lot of time and if it takes another 20 years what harm... !!
Added: January 28, 2016
Submitted by Name: David Archer From: Keighley, West Yorkshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: Visited the Ruskin Museum last week ( been on the to do list for far too long!), got to say i was very impressed with the sponsons and the original engine in place, it makes you realize just how big Bluebird was.It will be a very fitting tribute to Donald Campbell who was a boy-hood hero of mine when she is finally back home in Coniston at the Museum. I found the whole experience there very moving,visiting his grave and standing at the lake edge to pay my respects to a very brave man. Keep up the wonderful work you are doing, i look forward to a return visit when she is back.
Added: January 24, 2016
Submitted by Name: ADRIAN SMITH From: SUTTON IN ASHFIELD . NOTTS E-mail: Contact
Comments: hi just back from my day trip to coniston and the ruskin museum and what a great day it was. was really impressed by bluebird sitting in the museum and was amazed at just how big she is and how massive her spars are. what a great job the team are doing to bring this fantastic boat back to life for future generations to be able to see how brave and heroic Donald really was. thanks to the team for a exceptional job on the boat and good luck for the work ahead. A great museum with great staff go check it out if your in the lakes its well worth a visit.