LONDON TO BRIGHTON RUN CENTENARY
EDITED BY MALCOLM JEAL
The first car run from London to Brighton took place on November 14 1896.
It was organised to celebrate the passing of laws that allowed motor cars to drive on English roads, although the speed limit was set at only 12 miles per hour.
In 1927 there was a re-enactment of the run, and it has been repeated each year since then (except during World War Two).
Transport & Travel in 19th century Britain
The 1986 Emancipation Run
Personalities of the 1986 British Motoring Scene
Genevieve – the Movie
…. And still we find them !
Emancipation Day Revisited – 1927
Brighton Runs I remember
Mr. Toad’s Motoring
British Pioneer motor car makers
The British motor industry 1896 – 1904
Following the route – Motor car makers along the Brighton Road
The international dimension
An 1896 Panhard-Levassor and its restoration
Museums and the Brighton Run
Buying a veteran car
The Veteran Car Club of Great Britain
The book is new, soft cover, 104 pages, English text.
ISBN : 0 9529467 0 X