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Britain By Car - A Motoring History


A town about 67 miles north east of London and the centre of British horse racing, breeding and training.  It was almost completely destroyed by a great fire in 1683.  Only one building from before this date survives, having allegedly belonged to Nell Gwynne, mistress of King Charles II.

de Bruyne

A final attempt to save and further develop the Gordon-Keeble.

Heath Garage, 220, High Street, Newmarket, CB8 9AP; the site is currently a Shell Petrol Station, and is situated at the junction between High Street and Dullingham Road, next to the White Lion Hotel.

1968 - 1969

Suffolk locations