British Motor Museums

National Trust

The National Trust has a number of vehicles at their properties throughout the country. If you access their website above you can search for carriages and vehicles – be warned they have lots of farm stuff and bikes ! Some interesting cars, Nuffield Place near Henley on Thames has Lady Nuffield’s Wolseley 8; a Rover Tourer and 1924 Austin 12 Coupe at Erdigg, near Wrexham; a 1928 Rolls-Royce Phantom 1 at Rudyard Kipling’s home at Batemans, Burwash, East Sussex; 1914 Sizaire Berwick Torpedo Tourer at Avebury Manor, Wilts.; a 1955 Daimler 3.5 Regency Mk. II at Sunnycroft, Shropshire

Wolseley 8 which belonged to Lady Nuffield, on display at Nuffield Place. Picture courtesy of National Trust



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