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John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton, Mouse Mat/Pad (Mouse Mat/Pad)

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John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton


This is one of my favorite cars. The Napier-Railton is an aero-engined race car built in 1933, designed by Reid Railton to a commission by John Cobb, and built by Thompson & Taylor. It was driven by Cobb, mainly at the Brooklands race track where it holds the all-time lap record (143.44 mph (230.84 km/h)) which was set in 1935. This stands in perpetuity as the circuit was appropriated for military purposes during the Second World War and was never used as a racing track again.

 

This picture was actually taken at its home Brooklands. We went to the Museum with on of the goals to see this vehicle on display. We have seen it in action at the Goodwood Festival of Speed many times, it sounds amazing. When we got to its permanent spot in the Museum the space was empty with a sign saying it had gone to Penrith Sands to help mark the re-running of Bab's (That's another story).

 

Disappointed but not defeated because Brooklands is a wonderful place we continued our adventure. We came across the fenced off area below the original Brooklands banking that remains to this day. I said to Lynda "We can't come to Brooklands and not stand on the hallowed banking" so through the barrier we went.

 

Got up to the banking looked right and to our complete surprise there was the Napier-Railton being photographed under the famous iron Bridge on the Brooklands concrete banking complete with a period Bentley and all the people in period dress. I had to take advantage of the staging.

 

I hovered behind the professional photographer, who I figured must know what he is doing better than me, and clicked off some shots absolutely brilliant experience!

 

Later I got some more fantastic shots of the Napier-Railton being staged in front of the period fuel station at the Museum with the Mechanic filling the car while the driver looked on - what a treat. You can see these on my photography site at:

 

Link to Original Photograph

Brooklands Museum Gallery

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John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton, Mounted Canvas Print (3 Sizes to Choose from) (Canvas Print)

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• Art-quality canvas material

• Sturdy, wooden frame

• Easy to mount or hang


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John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton


This is one of my favorite cars. The Napier-Railton is an aero-engined race car built in 1933, designed by Reid Railton to a commission by John Cobb, and built by Thompson & Taylor. It was driven by Cobb, mainly at the Brooklands race track where it holds the all-time lap record (143.44 mph (230.84 km/h)) which was set in 1935. This stands in perpetuity as the circuit was appropriated for military purposes during the Second World War and was never used as a racing track again.

 

This picture was actually taken at its home Brooklands. We went to the Museum with on of the goals to see this vehicle on display. We have seen it in action at the Goodwood Festival of Speed many times, it sounds amazing. When we got to its permanent spot in the Museum the space was empty with a sign saying it had gone to Penrith Sands to help mark the re-running of Bab's (That's another story).

 

Disappointed but not defeated because Brooklands is a wonderful place we continued our adventure. We came across the fenced off area below the original Brooklands banking that remains to this day. I said to Lynda "We can't come to Brooklands and not stand on the hallowed banking" so through the barrier we went.

 

Got up to the banking looked right and to our complete surprise there was the Napier-Railton being photographed under the famous iron Bridge on the Brooklands concrete banking complete with a period Bentley and all the people in period dress. I had to take advantage of the staging.

 

I hovered behind the professional photographer, who I figured must know what he is doing better than me, and clicked off some shots absolutely brilliant experience!

 

Later I got some more fantastic shots of the Napier-Railton being staged in front of the period fuel station at the Museum with the Mechanic filling the car while the driver looked on - what a treat. You can see these on my photography site at:

 

Link to Original Photograph

Brooklands Museum Gallery


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John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton, 11oz Ceramic Mug (Ceramic Mug)

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11oz Ceramic Mug

Presented on a Quality 11oz Tough Ceramic Mug for you to enjoy as a Collectable on a Display Shelf or Practical enough to use on a daily basis.

 

Whether you’re drinking your morning coffee, your evening tea, or something in between – this mug’s for you! It’s sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that’ll withstand the microwave and dishwasher.

 

• Ceramic

• Dishwasher and microwave safe

• White and glossy


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John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton


This is one of my favorite cars. The Napier-Railton is an aero-engined race car built in 1933, designed by Reid Railton to a commission by John Cobb, and built by Thompson & Taylor. It was driven by Cobb, mainly at the Brooklands race track where it holds the all-time lap record (143.44 mph (230.84 km/h)) which was set in 1935. This stands in perpetuity as the circuit was appropriated for military purposes during the Second World War and was never used as a racing track again.

 

This picture was actually taken at its home Brooklands. We went to the Museum with on of the goals to see this vehicle on display. We have seen it in action at the Goodwood Festival of Speed many times, it sounds amazing. When we got to its permanent spot in the Museum the space was empty with a sign saying it had gone to Penrith Sands to help mark the re-running of Bab's (That's another story).

 

Disappointed but not defeated because Brooklands is a wonderful place we continued our adventure. We came across the fenced off area below the original Brooklands banking that remains to this day. I said to Lynda "We can't come to Brooklands and not stand on the hallowed banking" so through the barrier we went.

 

Got up to the banking looked right and to our complete surprise there was the Napier-Railton being photographed under the famous iron Bridge on the Brooklands concrete banking complete with a period Bentley and all the people in period dress. I had to take advantage of the staging.

 

I hovered behind the professional photographer, who I figured must know what he is doing better than me, and clicked off some shots absolutely brilliant experience!

 

Later I got some more fantastic shots of the Napier-Railton being staged in front of the period fuel station at the Museum with the Mechanic filling the car while the driver looked on - what a treat. You can see these on my photography site at:

 

Link to Original Photograph

Brooklands Museum Gallery

 


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Nylon Strap Watch (215) (215 Watch)

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Nylon Strap Watch (Model 215)

  • Type: Metal Case, Tempered Glass, Nylon Strap
  • 3.28 Oz. Diameter (watch face): 1.57". Width (watchband): 0.79". Thickness (watch): 0.31". Length (whole watch): 10".
  • Classic designed for fashion men & women, stylish and personalized.
  • Multi-color striped nylon strap provide comfortable wearing experience.
  • Stainless steel metal bottom cover and clasp, free buckle, easy to put on or take off.
  • MIYOTA stainless quartz cassette mechanism and battery.



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Unisex Stainless Steel Watch (103) (103 Watch)

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Unisex Stainless Steel Watch

  • 100% Stainless Steel, Metal Silver.
  • 4.94 Oz. Diameter (watch face): 1.61". Width (watchband): 0.73". Fits wrists width approx. 5.28".
  • Unisex Design for both men & women
  • This custom stainless watch measures approx. 100mm x 37mm.
  • The watch band is made of stainless steel with Stainless steel back,


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John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton, Wall Clock (Wall Clock)

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Black Framed Quartz Movement Wall Clock

  • 15.17Oz, Battery bot supplied.
  • It measures 9.65" in diameter with 8in face.
  • Quartz Movement with plastic face cover.
  • Perfect for a home, business, shop, or for a gift.


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John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton


This is one of my favorite cars. The Napier-Railton is an aero-engined race car built in 1933, designed by Reid Railton to a commission by John Cobb, and built by Thompson & Taylor. It was driven by Cobb, mainly at the Brooklands race track where it holds the all-time lap record (143.44 mph (230.84 km/h)) which was set in 1935. This stands in perpetuity as the circuit was appropriated for military purposes during the Second World War and was never used as a racing track again.

 

This picture was actually taken at its home Brooklands. We went to the Museum with on of the goals to see this vehicle on display. We have seen it in action at the Goodwood Festival of Speed many times, it sounds amazing. When we got to its permanent spot in the Museum the space was empty with a sign saying it had gone to Penrith Sands to help mark the re-running of Bab's (That's another story).

 

Disappointed but not defeated because Brooklands is a wonderful place we continued our adventure. We came across the fenced off area below the original Brooklands banking that remains to this day. I said to Lynda "We can't come to Brooklands and not stand on the hallowed banking" so through the barrier we went.

 

Got up to the banking looked right and to our complete surprise there was the Napier-Railton being photographed under the famous iron Bridge on the Brooklands concrete banking complete with a period Bentley and all the people in period dress. I had to take advantage of the staging.

 

I hovered behind the professional photographer, who I figured must know what he is doing better than me, and clicked off some shots absolutely brilliant experience!

 

Later I got some more fantastic shots of the Napier-Railton being staged in front of the period fuel station at the Museum with the Mechanic filling the car while the driver looked on - what a treat.

Link to Original Photograph

 

Brooklands Museum Gallery

 



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John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton, 14oz Steel Travel Mug (Steel Travel Mug)
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Travel Mug

  • Designed for daily use - perfect for water, coffee, tea, hot cocoa, soup and more.
  • Insulated durable 100 % stainless steel material
  • 14 Oz capacity
  • Size: 2.5" (Bottom) x 3.35" (Top) x 6" (Height)
  • Plastic C-shaped handle - comfortable to hold and convenient to carry
  • Removable lid for easy washing.

John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton

 

This is one of my favorite cars. The Napier-Railton is an aero-engined race car built in 1933, designed by Reid Railton to a commission by John Cobb, and built by Thompson & Taylor. It was driven by Cobb, mainly at the Brooklands race track where it holds the all-time lap record (143.44 mph (230.84 km/h)) which was set in 1935. This stands in perpetuity as the circuit was appropriated for military purposes during the Second World War and was never used as a racing track again.

 

This picture was actually taken at its home Brooklands. We went to the Museum with on of the goals to see this vehicle on display. We have seen it in action at the Goodwood Festival of Speed many times, it sounds amazing. When we got to its permanent spot in the Museum the space was empty with a sign saying it had gone to Penrith Sands to help mark the re-running of Bab's (That's another story).

 

Disappointed but not defeated because Brooklands is a wonderful place we continued our adventure. We came across the fenced off area below the original Brooklands banking that remains to this day. I said to Lynda "We can't come to Brooklands and not stand on the hallowed banking" so through the barrier we went.

 

Got up to the banking looked right and to our complete surprise there was the Napier-Railton being photographed under the famous iron Bridge on the Brooklands concrete banking complete with a period Bentley and all the people in period dress. I had to take advantage of the staging.

 

I hovered behind the professional photographer, who I figured must know what he is doing better than me, and clicked off some shots absolutely brilliant experience!

 

Later I got some more fantastic shots of the Napier-Railton being staged in front of the period fuel station at the Museum with the Mechanic filling the car while the driver looked on - what a treat.

 

Link to Original Photograph

 

Brooklands Museum Gallery



The Art


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John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton, Digital Artwork Download (Artwork Download)

John Cobb's Brooklands World Speed Record Holder, Napier-Railton

This is one of my favorite cars. The Napier-Railton is an aero-engined race car built in 1933, designed by Reid Railton to a commission by John Cobb, and built by Thompson & Taylor. It was driven by Cobb, mainly at the Brooklands race track where it holds the all-time lap record (143.44 mph (230.84 km/h)) which was set in 1935. This stands in perpetuity as the circuit was appropriated for military purposes during the Second World War and was never used as a racing track again.

 

This picture was actually taken at its home Brooklands. We went to the Museum with on of the goals to see this vehicle on display. We have seen it in action at the Goodwood Festival of Speed many times, it sounds amazing. When we got to its permanent spot in the Museum the space was empty with a sign saying it had gone to Penrith Sands to help mark the re-running of Bab's (That's another story).

 

Disappointed but not defeated because Brooklands is a wonderful place we continued our adventure. We came across the fenced off area below the original Brooklands banking that remains to this day. I said to Lynda "We can't come to Brooklands and not stand on the hallowed banking" so through the barrier we went.

 

Got up to the banking looked right and to our complete surprise there was the Napier-Railton being photographed under the famous iron Bridge on the Brooklands concrete banking complete with a period Bentley and all the people in period dress. I had to take advantage of the staging.

 

I hovered behind the professional photographer, who I figured must know what he is doing better than me, and clicked off some shots absolutely brilliant experience!

 

Later I got some more fantastic shots of the Napier-Railton being staged in front of the period fuel station at the Museum with the Mechanic filling the car while the driver looked on - what a treat. You can see these on my photography site at:

 
Link to Original Photograph

Brooklands Museum Gallery

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