As your “Veteran—Edwardian—Vintage” readers consistently show amazing knowledge and interest in every type of old vehicle, I wonder if any of them have a clue as to the identity of the magnificent machine featured in the enclosed photograph? The radiator has a very distinctive shape and the fire-fighting equipment is of an advanced design for the period, but neither has meant very much to the many people who have seen the picture, and this includes the curator of the Kent Fire Brigade Museum, who kindly lent me their original print. The registration number is no help as the local authority concerned has lost all its records of this period.
A motoring art exhibition
Last November some of the James Barron collection of motoring objets d'art were tastefully displayed in part of Bethnal Green Museum. I remember, years ago, receiving from Barron some of…
Page & Moy Ltd
Specialists in Motor Racing Tours, Travel and Trade and Press Conventions Page & Moy of Leicester are synonymous with motor-racing tours for enthusiasts. It all started back in 1959, when…
The Cars at Earls Court
Earls Court Exhibition In the Special Show Number of Motor Sport will be found information on new models, improvements to existing models and notes on cars unchanged since 1948, make…