National Motor Museum - Gallery

Thumbnail image of James Bond's Aston Martin DB5, used in the film Goldfinger, (c1964?). Artist: Unknown

Heritage Images is proud to continue its long partnership with the National Motor Museum with the magnificent addition of the Brunell Collection.

This unique collection of 5,000 images, taken mainly on glass plates, provides an astonishing insight into British motorsport in the 1920s and 1930s.

These seminal works have undergone extensive preservation, documentation and digitisation work and are a testament to the artistry of photographer and racing driver WJ (Bill) Brunell.

Our gallery takes a look at this exciting new addition alongside some of the other works we already hold from the national Motor Museum, illustrating the history of motoring from the earliest steam cars of the 19th century to contemporary models of today.

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