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Motor Racing 1930S
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Motor Racing 1930S
Brooklands Race Poster
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Brooklands Race Poster
The Battle of Britain
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The Battle of Britain
Brooklands Poster
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Brooklands Poster
Girls on Sun Bed
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Girls on Sun Bed
Bank holiday at Goodwood
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Bank holiday at Goodwood
Bank holiday at Goodwood Featured Image

Bank holiday at Goodwood

A plug and spanner bank holiday at Goodwood. R. D. Poore in his 3.8 Alfa-Romeo and Leslie Johnson in the E-type 1 1/2 litre E.R.A. top the rise after St. Mary's Corner as they battle for second place behind R. Parnell. After a great struggle Poore just managed to get his nose in front by two seconds. Their high standard of driving was much appreciated by the very large crowds which attended this successful meeting at the Duke of Richmond's aerodrome circuit

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Car & Motorbike on Road
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Car & Motorbike on Road
Doolittle/Gee Bee Plane
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Doolittle/Gee Bee Plane
1906 Tyre Advertisement
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1906 Tyre Advertisement
Costume/Out & away 1919
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Costume/Out & away 1919
Drivers & personalities in the Five Hundred Miles Race, 1929 Featured Image

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), at the wheel of a supercharged Lea-Francis, Captain Woolf Barnato in a Bentley, Mr R. F. Oats (bottom right) at the wheel of an O.M. and at the bottom left, Captain Malcolm Campbell of Blue Bird fame, who sponsored the race. Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Home made car
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Home made car
Calthorpe Racing Car
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Calthorpe Racing Car
Female Aviator
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Female Aviator
Harry Tate/Vfair 1912
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Harry Tate/Vfair 1912
Berlin Motor Race Poster
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Berlin Motor Race Poster
Stainforth/Supermarine
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Stainforth/Supermarine
Amy Johnson/Cig Card
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Amy Johnson/Cig Card
Heath/Avro Avian Plane
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Heath/Avro Avian Plane
German Tail-Gunner 1918
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German Tail-Gunner 1918
Gustav Hamel signing receipt for mail, Hendon Featured Image

Gustav Hamel signing receipt for mail, Hendon

The aviator Gustav Hamel in the cockpit of his aeroplane, signing the official receipt for the mail, just before setting out from Hendon Aerodrome to Windsor on the very first airmail flight. The first aerial mail service took place on 9 September 1911 from Hendon to Windsor and back again, and Hamel was the first pilot to arrive. King George V gave permission for the aeroplanes to land in the grounds of Windsor Castle. During September 1911 the Grahame-White company operated an experimental air mail service for two weeks between Hendon and Windsor. As well commemorating the coronation of King George V, and raising money for charity, the event publicised the possibilities of the aeroplane as a means of transport

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Glamourous Aviatrix
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Glamourous Aviatrix
Flight/Flying Girl
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Flight/Flying Girl
Radiation Therapy
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Radiation Therapy
Chinese Woman Pilot
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Chinese Woman Pilot
Gas helmet, WW1
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Gas helmet, WW1

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