Britain By Car - A Motoring History

Streetlife Museum of Transport

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 A museum of local transport history, with a number of interesting motoring exhibits.

Location
High Street, Hull, HU1 1PS 

Date
1989 - present 

Commentary
The Streetlife Museum of Transport has six galleries which include displays on the history of cycling, local railways, and road transport.

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The motoring exhibits are mainly of early cars built around the turn of the twentieth century.  They include a 1907 Lanchester Open Tourer, a 1901 Marshall, an 1899 Daimler, together with an early battery electric Cleveland buggy and two steam cars – a Gardner-Serpollet and a White Stanhope Steam Car, both dating from 1901. 

Entry to the museum is free.

Further details    
• The Humber Museums Partnership website: http://humbermuseums.com/museum-hull/