My Visit to Lakeland Motor Museum
Lakeland Motor Museum is located in the beautiful Lakes District of England. Here is the story of my visit there.
A beautiful old Royal Enfield
Ford Model T Truck
1913 Star 12hp
Donald Campbells 1937 Bentley 4 1/2
1937 Jaaaaaaguar SS 100
1955 Jaaaaaaguar XK140FHC
Struggling to find words.. Interesting, maybe?
2000 TVR Speed 12 - Stunning!
1953 Ford Popular
Plenty of 3-wheelers to see!
The famous Mini Cooper!
1960 MGA Roadster with a couple of suspicious looking occupants
The quirky 1966 Amphicar - very handy for flooded roads!
A really nice Citroen DS
And a lovely 2CV
And one of Jezzas all-time favourites, the Peel P50!
A lovely Triumph TR5
Hundreds of great Models too!
A view from Upstairs
Quite a few of those new-fangled flying machines too.
A few more models :)
Even Bicycles - Lakeland has some of EVERYTHING!
Dozens and dozens of beautiful vintage and veteran Motorbikes
I can't remember what year this Scott was, but I think it was early 20's. And just LOOK at that styling and detail. Just amazing.
A Stunning 1931 MG M Type Midget
A 1983 Bamby - I've never seen one before.
The obligatory DeLorean
A replica of Sir Malcolm Campbells 1935 Bluebird Car, which set a Land Speed Record of over 300mph.
A replica of Sir Malcolm Campbells 1939 Bluebird Boat, which set a long-standing Water Speed Record of 141.74 mpg
A Replica of Donald Campbells 1967 Jet Hydroplane K7. Donald died in the real version of this boat, trying to set a World Speed Record of over 300mph.
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