Britain By Car - A Motoring History
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Britain By Car is a guide to Britain’s motoring history, looking at cars and motoring events primarily through place, rather than by marque, period of manufacture, or category.

There are many signifcant areas yet to be covered.  Some counties have no entries at all; but, hopefully, there is something here that interests you.  Click on a region or category to get started.

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Morris Radiators Branch

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An important component supplier for Morris Motors and, briefly, a site of M.G car production.

Location
Between the Oxford Canal and Woodstock Road, Oxford, accessed via Bainton Road.  Today, the land is part of the Waterways Development, Oxford OX2. 

Date
1923 - 2001. 

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Coundon Court

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The home of George Singer, founder of the Singer car company.

Location        
Today known as the Old House, Coundon Court is part of Coundon Court School, Northbrook Road, Coventry, CV6 2AJ. 

Date
1891 - present.

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Harewood Speed Hillclimb

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The longest hillclimb in Britain.

Location    
Harewood, Leeds, LS17 9LA; the course is set in the grounds of Stockton Farm, just off the A659, one-and-a-half miles east of Harewood.

Date
1962 - present.

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