• Secrets of the Transport Museum

    Secrets of the

    Transport Museum

Go Behind the Scenes at Brooklands Museum

Welcome to Brooklands, the birthplace of motor racing, a powerhouse of British engineering, and home to one of the world's most extraordinary collections of historic vehicles, with their roots embedded in this incredible site.  

With hundreds of cars, aircraft, buses and motorbikes, maintaining a collection like this is no mean feat. An army of volunteers work day-in, and day-out to keep these crown jewels of British transport in tip-top condition.  

In this new UKTV series by Middlechild Productions airing Tuesdays from 30th March at 8pm on Yesterday channel, we follow the engineers and speed fanatics responsible for ensuring these magnificent machines can fly, race and drive another day.  

Catch-Up On-Demand

All ten episodes of the series are now available to watch on-demand on UKTVplay.

Watch the series trailer

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Visit Brooklands Museum

Step back in time to the days of innovation, determination and record-breaking on the site of the world’s first race track. Meet the people and discover the incredible vehicles of Secrets of the Transport Museum inside Brooklands Museum.

Come down to soak up the atmosphere of the historic site, discover supersonic flight at the Home of Concorde and get up close to the aircraft designed, built and flown at Brooklands. Re-live the thrills and glamour of speed and flight, from over 100 years of Great British history at Brooklands Museum.

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