Britain By Car - A Motoring History

Myreton Motor Museum

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A small, private museum situated a little off the beaten track with a very interesting collection of motor cars, motor cycles and motoring memorabilia.

Location    
Aberlady, Longniddry EH32 0PZ. 

Date
1966 – present. 

Commentary    
Founded by motoring enthusiast and car collector, Willie Dale, in 1966, the Museum includes vehicles ranging from a General Electric made in 1899 to a 1989 Jaguar XJ-S, donated by former Liberal Democrat Leader, Sir Menzies Campbell in 2006 to underline his commitment to improving the environment and tackling climate change. 

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All the exhibits are generally in running order, but the cars are not restored; with paintwork, plating and upholstery, where possible, preserved in their original condition.

Further details    
• The Myreton Motor Museum website: www.myretonmotormuseum.co.uk.