Sir Malcolm Campbell's Sunbeam Tiger racing car lorry

Made:
1933 in Berlin
photographer:
Zoltan Glass
Sir Malcolm Campbell's Sunbeam Tiger racing car lorry, Berlin

Sir Malcolm Campbell's Sunbeam Tiger racing car lorry, Berlin
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

A photograph of the truck which transported Sir Malcolm Campbell's Sunbeam Tiger, taken by Zoltan Glass in Berlin in 1933. The sign on the lorry reads 'En route London to Berlin for the AVUS race via Harwich. Zeebrugge. Brussels. Cologne'. The driver of lorry, owned by Commercial Roadways Limited, London, sits in the cab.

A photograph of the truck which transported Sir Malcolm Campbell's Sunbeam Tiger, taken by Zoltan Glass in Berlin in 1933.

The sign on the lorry reads 'En route London to Berlin for the AVUS race via Harwich. Zeebrugge. Brussels. Cologne'. The driver of lorry, owned by Commercial Roadways Limited, London, sits in the cab.

Sir Malcolm Campbell (1885-1948) was an English racing car driver who held the world speed record on land and water at various times in the 1920s and 1930s.

Details

Category:
Photographs
Object Number:
1991-5018/297
type:
photograph
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
National Media Museum, Bradford