Great machines from the 1930s

Video highlights from Britain's Greatest Machines

Fasten your seat belts and celebrate some of the best of Britain's Greatest Machines from the 1930s to the 1980s with our selection of links to fan clubs and more.

Sentinel Steam Wagon
The Sentinel Drivers Club is solely a voluntary run club, consisting of Sentinel owners, drivers, firemen/women, helpers and most importantly enthusiasts of anything Sentinel and the Club is an internationally based membership with global recognition. View site

Supermarine S6B seaplane
The Royal Aero Club is the national co-ordinating body for Air Sport in the United Kingdom. The club’s history and origins date back to 1901, when they were founded as a Club for balloonists. View site

Morris 8 Convertible Mk2
The International Alliance of Morris Owners: was formed to provide focal point for anyone interested in Morris Motors. So if you are interested in a Morris Motor product, in-depth history of the factory or the people that worked there, click here.

Dragon Rapide
Access information on unique flying experiences at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, Cambridgeshire. Click here to book a flight in a Dragon Rapide and find out more information about this amazing flying machine. View site

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