is a particularly fine example of the design skills that went into
making a Dodgem ride. Having arrived at this stage, Sid Howell
would already have made detailed drawings from which patterns were
created. These designs were then scribed onto each panel by
members of the painting team.
the 1950s, Sid Howell's designs had progressed so as to be
up-to-date in the eyes of the fairground world. This image is part
of Studt's Super Dodgems ride, pictured in Sid's Burton workshop.
most recognisable of fairground devices, a Helter Skelter, or
Slip, seen here built up in the yard of Orton & Spooner's Swan