Cars and Motorcycles of Nottinghamshire

Page link: A 'Briton' Motor Car in Newark
A 'Briton' Motor Car in Newark
Outside T. Richmond's hardware shop, Boar Lane, Newark
Page link: Chevrolet's at Collingham
Chevrolet's at Collingham
Hatcliffe's garage
Page link: Mansfield's Remarkable Steam Bus - PART 1
Mansfield's Remarkable Steam Bus - PART 1
Formation of the Mansfield Motor Car Company
Page link: Mr Heaseldon's
Mr Heaseldon's "Quadrant" Motorcycle in Cropwell Bishop
Founder of Gypsum Mining in village
Page link: Road versus Rail 1914 style
Road versus Rail 1914 style
Will motor vehicles ever supplant train travel?
Page link: Cars Made in Notts
Cars Made in Notts
Some early records of ownership in 1903
Page link: Made in Nottinghamshire
Made in Nottinghamshire
The story of car manufacture in Nottinghamshire
Page link: Bourne Plastics of Netherfield & Langar
Bourne Plastics of Netherfield & Langar
Original manufacturers of bodies for the famous Lotus Elan sports cars
Page link: Early Motoring
Early Motoring
Clear Road Ahead?
Page link: King's Own Motorcycle
King's Own Motorcycle
A Notts Motorcycle produced in 1910
Page link: Limits on Speed
Limits on Speed
Notice of Introduction of the 30mph speed limit in 1935
Page link: Mansfield Motor Body Co.
Mansfield Motor Body Co.
Coachwork made for early motor cars in Notts
Page link: The Bishop's Superior
The Bishop's Superior
This Brough Superior SS80 motorcycle was owned by the Bishop of Sherwood
Page link: The Nottingham & District Automobile Club (NAC)
The Nottingham & District Automobile Club (NAC)
Formed in 1900 by early Notts motoring enthusiasts
Page link: Traffic Lights
Traffic Lights
Invented by a Nottinghamshire man(?)
Category link: Gas Bags! - Gas Powered Vehicles
Gas Bags! - Gas Powered Vehicles
When petrol was in short supply, gas from coal could provide the answer.