Brooklands Museum Car Collection
Car Collection Highlights
Brooklands Museum’s car collection is focused on the 1907 banked motor course and its influence on the development of the motorcar. They reflect the history of the UK’s world-leading motorsport industry, which grew up at Brooklands before the Second World War and was still largely focused in the local area in the post-war years. Cars on display in the Motoring Village exhibitions of the Museum include the 24-litre Napier-Railton, a 1904 Siddeley 2-seater tourer that was owned by Ethel Locke King, the 126/1927 Delage that took part in the first British Grand Prix and the record-breaking 1912 Lorraine Dietrich Vieux Charles III.
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Dates in brackets indicate the date the replica was built.
If you are coming to see a specific exhibit, please ring ahead to make sure that it is on display. Call the Museum on 01932 857381