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Brooklands Collection

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Napier-Railton racing car driven at Brooklands

Napier-Railton racing car driven at Brooklands track by John Cobb, 1937 Date: 1937

Background imageBrooklands Collection: All Aboard for Brooklands by The Tout 1931

All Aboard for Brooklands by The Tout 1931
Humorous colour illustration by The Tout showing caricatures of various personalities from the motoring world in 1931. From left: Lord Howe, Mr. Raymond Mays, Mr. Hugh P

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Brooklands Race Poster

Brooklands Race Poster
A poster for the British equivalent of the Le Mans 24- hour race, the Brooklands Double-twelve hour race

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Brooklands motor racing track

Brooklands motor racing track. 20th century

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Civil Air Display- 1920S

Civil Air Display- 1920S
A poster for The Civil Air Display with Royal Air Force Assistance held at the Brooklands motor racing circuit at Weybridge

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Brooklands Poster

Brooklands Poster
A poster for the racing programme at Brooklands Race Tract at Weybridge, Surrey, featuring Sir Malcolm Campbell driving (at the time) the worlds fastest car, Bluebird

Background imageBrooklands Collection: 1903-Trouble; 1930-Reliability: The Motor cars wonderful ad

1903-Trouble; 1930-Reliability: The Motor cars wonderful ad
Six photographs illustrating the development of the motor car over a period of 27 years starting with the old Siddeley of 1903 next to its latest descendant of the time

Background imageBrooklands Collection: The Vickers factory at Brooklands about 1946

The Vickers factory at Brooklands about 1946. Date: 1946

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Caricatures at Brooklands by The Tout

Caricatures at Brooklands by The Tout
Various personalities of the motor racing world depicted by The Tatlers caricaturist, The Tout. Among the figures portrayed are Malcolm Campbell (middle car)

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Drivers & personalities in the Five Hundred Miles Race, 1929

Drivers & personalities in the Five Hundred Miles Race, 1929
Five of the leading lights in the great Five Hundred Miles Race which took place at Brooklands on 12 October 1929. At the top is Mr Kaye Don who drove a supercharged Sunbeam, Earl Howe (top right)

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Autocar Poster -- race on new Brooklands track, Surrey

Autocar Poster -- race on new Brooklands track, Surrey
Autocar Poster --s F Edge driving a Napier car on the new Brooklands racing track in Surrey. He maintained a speed of 60 mph for 24 hours, setting a new record. Date: 1907

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Aerial view, Brooklands School of Flying Ltd, Surrey

Aerial view, Brooklands School of Flying Ltd, Surrey, with the race track visible on the perimeter. Date: circa 1930

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Labouchere on Antionette

Labouchere on Antionette Date: 1911

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Sopwith 2F1 Camel N6635 at Brooklands

Sopwith 2F1 Camel N6635 at Brooklands
Sopwith 2F1 Camel, N6635, at Brooklands

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Hawker Hurricanes in the Hawker assembly shops at Brooklands

Hawker Hurricanes in the Hawker assembly shops at Brooklands

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Drivers view at Brooklands

Drivers view at Brooklands
An impression of rounding a banked curve at Brooklands at a speed of 110 miles per hour, from the mechanics seat of a 59.6h.p. Benz, driven by Mr. L. G. Hornsted

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Euan Rabagliati marries Mrs Beatrix Gandolfi-Hornyold

Euan Rabagliati marries Mrs Beatrix Gandolfi-Hornyold
Lieutenant Colonel Cuthbert Euan Charles Rabagliati MC, AFC, (18921978) - was a British soldier, pilot, race car driver and intelligence officer - marries Beatrix Purdey Oliver

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Motor racing circuit track at Brooklands, Surrey

Motor racing circuit track at Brooklands, Surrey. 1930s

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Cierva C. 19 Mk IV Autogyro Flying Low-Level at an Unusua?

Cierva C. 19 Mk IV Autogyro Flying Low-Level at an Unusua?
Cierva C.19 Mk IV Autogyro Flying Low-Level at an Unusual-Attitude - Built by Avro As the Avro Type 620 Date: 1930s

Background imageBrooklands Collection: The British Deperdussin Aeroplane Syndicate Ltd. Deperd?

The British Deperdussin Aeroplane Syndicate Ltd. Deperd?
The British Deperdussin Aeroplane Syndicate Ltd. Deperdussin Monoplane Aviation School at Brooklands, UK Advert from Flight Magazine Date: 1910s

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Vickers Vanguard

Vickers Vanguard
The First-Flight Take-Off of a Bea Vickers Vanguard from Weybridge / Brooklands Date: 1959

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Avro Roe 1 Biplane

Avro Roe 1 Biplane
Alliott Verdon Roe Standing Next to His Number 1 Biplane at Brooklands Date: 1907

Background imageBrooklands Collection: S. F. Cody, right, as a ?strike-breaker?, arrived at Bro?

S. F. Cody, right, as a ?strike-breaker?, arrived at Bro?
S.F. Cody, right, as a ?strike-breaker?, arrived at Brooklands from Aldershot, drinking the health of the aviators on strike circa 1911

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Felice Nazzarro driving his Fiat racing car at

Felice Nazzarro driving his Fiat racing car at Brooklands race track

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Brooklands Racing Circuit - The Paddock possibly 1930s

Brooklands Racing Circuit - The Paddock possibly 1930s

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Gordon England in a Bristol Aeroplane at Brooklands

Gordon England in a Bristol Aeroplane at Brooklands early 1900s

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Bill Cody flying his Cathedral Aeroplane at Brooklands

Bill Cody flying his Cathedral Aeroplane at Brooklands early 1900s

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Watching Racing at Brooklands

Watching Racing at Brooklands
Spectators on the River Wey, watching the action on the Brooklands race track immediately overhead. Date: 1933

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Malcolm Campbell's Sunbeam

Malcolm Campbell's Sunbeam
Malcolm Campbell (1885-1948) in the lead in his Sunbeam, during a Junior Car Club International Trophy race at Brooklands. Date: 1933

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Brooklands Race

Brooklands Race
Scenes from the British Thousand Miles Race at Brooklands. The wreckage of an M.G. Midget driven by H. Leeson, who died in the accident. And female winners T. H. Wisdom and Joan Richmond. Date: 1932

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Brooklands Flying Display

Brooklands Flying Display
Images from a flying display promoted by the Guild of Air Pilots at Brooklands, near Weybridge, including an autogyro. Date: 1932

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Brooklands Racetrack and the River Wey

Brooklands Racetrack and the River Wey
Motor racing at Brooklands, observed by punters on the River Wey. Date: 1932

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Photograph of flooding at Brooklands race track. Captioned, Brooklands lives up to its name'

Photograph of flooding at Brooklands race track. Captioned, Brooklands lives up to its name'. With description, The Automobile Track at Brooklands Under Water; The overflowing of the Wey

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Poster, Brooklands 500 miles race

Poster, Brooklands 500 miles race, Weybridge, Surrey, 24 September 1930, the world's fastest long distance race Date: 1930

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Poster, Brooklands Motor Course, Weybridge, Surrey, The British Mountain Handicap

Poster, Brooklands Motor Course, Weybridge, Surrey, The British Mountain Handicap, Britain's Richest Car Race, Easter Monday, 13 April 1936. Date: 1936

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Poster, Brooklands, Weybridge, First Race Meeting of the Season, Saturday 12 March

Poster, Brooklands, Weybridge, First Race Meeting of the Season, Saturday 12 March, Car & Motor Cycle Races on Track and Road Circuit, The Right Crowd and No Crowding. Date: circa 1935

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Fatal motor race at Brooklands, 1907

Fatal motor race at Brooklands, 1907
The fatal motor-race on the Brooklands track: the scene immediately after the overturning of Mr Hermons car. The first fatal accident at Brooklands racing track when driver Vincent Herman

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Sir Malcolm Campbell at the Brooklands pits

Sir Malcolm Campbell at the Brooklands pits
Sir Malcolm Campbell in his racing car at the Brooklands pits. 1923

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Whitney Straight attempting Brooklands lap record

Whitney Straight attempting Brooklands lap record
Whitney Straight attempting to beat the Brooklands lap record in a Duesenberg. 20th century

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Start of a Brooklands Double-Twelve Race

Start of a Brooklands Double-Twelve Race with drivers and mechanics running to their machines. 20th century

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Motor racing drivers Henry Birkin with Malcolm Campbell

Motor racing drivers Henry Birkin with Malcolm Campbell
Motor racing drivers Sir Henry Birkin with Sir Malcolm Campbell before the start of a handicap race at Brooklands, Surrey. 20th century

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Brooklands racing circuit, Surrey

Brooklands racing circuit, Surrey
Light and shadow on the patched concrete of Brooklands racing circuit, Surrey. 20th century

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Freddie Dixon, racing car mechanic, Brooklands

Freddie Dixon, racing car mechanic, Brooklands
Freddie Dixon, racing car mechanic, standing by one of the Riley racing cars which he tuned to a new speed for the Brooklands International 500 miles race. 1935

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Early Motor Racing -s F Edge at Brooklands

Early Motor Racing -s F Edge at Brooklands
Early Motor Racing -s F Edge during his 24 hours record at Brooklands, Surrey, 1907. 1907

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Early Motor Racing - Edge at Brooklands

Early Motor Racing - Edge at Brooklands
Early Motor Racing -s F Edge before the start of 24-hour record race at Brooklands, Surrey. 1907

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Violet Cordery, Queen of Motorists

Violet Cordery, Queen of Motorists
Violet Cordery, whose successful driving earned her the title of Queen of Motorists, showing her sister Evelyn how to tune up a car

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Beagle Pup 150 G-AXJN

Beagle Pup 150 G-AXJN at Brooklands. Date: circa 1975

Background imageBrooklands Collection: Heston Type 1 Phoenix G-AESV

Heston Type 1 Phoenix G-AESV, owned by Standard Telephonics at Brooklands. G-AESV was impressed into the Royal Air Force as X2891for No.24 Squadron; Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment at



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