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Britain By Car - A Motoring History


A small village on the northern edge of Carmarthen Bay, probably best known for its beach, which extends for seven miles in an easterly direction towards the Laugharne Sands and Ginst Point.

Pendine Sands

Originally established as a location for motor-cycle racing and speed trials, Pendine Sands are probably best known as the setting for a series world land speed records attempts, during the 1920s.

The northern edge of Carmarthen Bay.

1909 - present

The Museum of Speed

A small museum charting the motor bike racing and land speed record attempts on Pendine Sands.

Museum of Speed, Pendine SA33 4NY.

1996 - present

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