The Register's first visit to Canberra in 1988 was a huge success.
Eighteen TRs lined up to be judged at the Canberra concours organised by Graham Brohan and assisted by David Thompson.
Graham took out the Laurie Cousin Trophy with his immaculate TR3A.
Members stayed at the Brassey Hotel, and all enjoyed the sights of the beautiful setting of this fascinating city. Many took part in a tour of the new Parliament House, plus the two scenic drives which Graham had organised to showcase the National Capital.
The following photos are general views of the Concours - from Graeme White.
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1. Some of the cars L to R - TR2 Red (Shirley Pitman?), TR3A Powder Blue (Alan Mitchell ?), TR3 dark blue (Allan Bare),
TR3A Powder Blue (Geoff Fry), TR3A Signal Red (David Fraser), TR3A BRG (Graeme White), TR3A Powder Blue (Graham Rodgers).
2. TR3A Powder Blue (Geoff Fry), TR3A Signal Red (David Fraser), TR3A BRG (Graeme White), TR3A Powder Blue (Graham Rodgers)..
3. Roger Walker (TR3 centre) & Graham Brohan's winning TR3A on the right
4. Bob Slender's TR3A with Alan Mitchell & Geoff Fry standing left and Allan Bare behind.