Articles tagged Lister

Page 30 of April 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, April 1931

Club News

etia/lewd ..........■111111111111111111r J.C.C. (LIVERPOOL AND N. WALES CENTRE)., THE Liverpool and North Wales Centre of the Junior Car Club held its annual dinner and dance at the Exchange Hotel, Liverpool, some little time ago, when about 130 members and friends were present. Mr. H. S. Phillips was in the chair and Mr. J. F. Simpson acted as M.C. Mr. L. F. Dyer, general secretary, responded to...

Page 30 of February 1972 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, February 1972


Sir, Your recent issues have been very evocative of memory for the writer, particularly the references to early aviation, because my father, Mr. Ernest Brown, purchased an Avro 504K biplane from Col. G. L. P. Henderson in the Brooklands days. At that time the Colonel was running a 45-h.p. Renault. Our Avro was flown up to Lancashire by Jock Anderson, also referred to in your notes, and he...

Page 160 of September 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 160, September 1999

Underneath the arches

The bulging wheel-arches are what makes the Lister-Jaguar visually unforgettable but, as Matthew Franey discovered at Goodwood, that's nothing compared to what it's like to drive. If we have a tendency to romanticise about motor racing's past, it's because sometimes, just sometimes, the considered opinion is that the past was better than the present. Of course memories tend to fade and the basic...

Page 38 of August 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, August 1968

Brooklands Society News

The Brooklands Society held the first of its own re-unions at the old Track On July 7th, by grace of the British Aircraft Corporation. The Vickers' police laid on the usual nostalgic tour of the grounds, the long procession of cars carrying those paying homage and re-living personal memories being led by Russ-Turner's ex-Birkin lap-record blower-4½ Bentley, while behind it came other appropriate...


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