British Motor Museums
One thing this country is renown for is its motorsport engineering legacy. We are at the leading edge of motorsport technology, we also have some of the very best heritage engineering specialists in the world. One of the major reasons for the association of heritage…
If you are coming along to the NEC Restoration show 2019 do pop along to the AoHE on stand 5-775
We are hosting James Davies’ MGA Twin-Cam, it belonged to his father who sadly had Alzheimers, James found, and brought back his father car. For the full story come and have a look.
We are also featuring the father and son motorbikes of the Boy’s Gower, One 1965, one 1982, both a bit special.
Also we are being joined by the Heritage Skills Academy, some may know that my son is an apprentice on their course, I can’t endorse it highly enough. If you know someone who wants to do a heritage engineering apprenticeship, or are a company looking to employ one. Please come along and chat to the HSA team. You will be most welcome.
I’d like to take the opportunity to thank the organisers for the opportunity to promote our Past-Present- Future theme.
ENGINEERING WORKSHOP open days 2018 No trip to the Collection is complete without a visit to the Engineering Workshop. Engineers and volunteers working to restore the Collection’s aircraft and to keep them in an airworthy condition. The main part of the building was built…
Inside the Bellman Hangar an ‘Aircraft Factory’ environment has been created, harking back to the Hangar’s original use as a manufacturing building. Exhibitions explore the history of aircraft manufacture – from the pioneering early aircraft of wood and fabric, to the supersonic airliner and the technologies of the future.
The Factory Floor is designed to evoke an authentic factory atmosphere and is packed full of activities, enabling visitors to try out aircraft-building skills for themselves, drawing on the Brooklands spirit of experimentation and creating an unique learning experience. The centrepiece of the exhibition is the Loch Ness Wellington with additional areas focussing on the factory floor in early and later years, life for the factory employees away from work, and displays on the development of Wings, Fuselages and Propulsion.
There is perhaps no other event that captures the imagination and ethos of the VSCC than the legendary ‘Pomeroy Trophy’, a unique event in which the speed, agility and braking ability of Pre-war and Post-war machines are pitted against each other. The concept was first…
The Association Of heritage Engineers (AoHE) Is extremely proud to announce that Allan Winn, Vice-President and former CEO / Director of Brooklands Museum has become an honorary Vice President of the Association of Heritage Engineers. He joined Brooklands Museum in 1989 as their Director. He…
The Classic Motor Hub has become one of the most popular event hosts in the south of England, based close to Bibury in Gloucestershire. Having attended their inaugural event it has been great to see the venue and the businesses located there thrive.
The CMH are primarily a highly respected classic vehicle sales specialist but if you have been, you will know its a bit special.
Owner Martin Chisholm is well aware that we need to train and inspire the next generation.
We need to inspire a new generation to aspire to own and maintain the wonderful machines.
Thanks to the Classic Motor Hub for joining the Association of Heritage Engineers.
The Lucas Auto Centre High Wycombe caters for all makes and models of vehicles. The owners particular passion however is Rovers. Richard also has another string to his bow, he teaches students at the Heritage Skills Academy based at Bicester Heritage. Richard is what…