Top, l to r. An 1894 Benz in Hyde Park, with an 1899 just behind it. The BL Heritage 1904 Thornycroft on Westminster Bridge, driven by Charles Maple, Director of BL Cars’ Technical Audit. Assistance for the Thornycroft when a tyre pulled a valve near Purley. Extreme left, a typical “Brighton” scene with Clapham’s 1901 De Dion Bouton following the 1904 Rolls-Royce. Left centre, with canopy top, Pownall’s 1902 De Dion Bouton braves the rain. Below, I to r. Nearly there, the Dennis driven by J. Dennis going well, ahead of yet another De Dion Bouton, Mingolia’s, from America. James’ 8 h.p. 1900 Daimler, converted to wheel steering, which is the car Daimler’s Foreman, Wormold, used for many years, refusing to let the company exchange it for a later model. Tvvigger and Mapperson crew a 1904 Riley Forecar, with Lady Montagu in close attendance on the 8 h.p. Progress Voiturette owned by the Automobile Palace in Wales. Right, top, well-protected, Monier battles along the Brighton Road in the French-entered 1903 12 h.p. Peugeot. Below, Conant’s rare 1902 10 h.p. Autocar in the shadow of Big Ben.