Explorations in motoring history: the proceedings of the First United Kingdom History of Motoring Conference, 12th October 1996

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Oxbow Books, 1997 - Business & Economics - 123 pages
The Proceedings of the First United Kingdom History of Motoring Conference held at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu in October 1996. The contents include: The image of motoring (David Jeremiah); History of oil and Duckhams (Pat Lelliott); Reaction to the motor car: rural community response in the 1920s (Bryan J H Brown); Development of the petrol filling station 1895-1939 (Trevor Lord); Development and application of a computer-held database of British car marques and makers (Paul Collins); Using car history for teaching engineering design (Chris Dowlen); Explaining the development of Britain's 'Motor Sport Valley' (Steven Pinch, Nick Henry and David Turner); Formula 1, sponsorship and television: an historical perspective (Bruce Grant-Barham); Development of the high performance engine: a revisionist history (David Hebb).

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Contents

The history of oil and Duckhams
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The development of the petrol filling station 18951939
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Using car history for teaching engineering design
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