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Myreton Motor Museum


Aberlady, East Lothian, Scotland.

"Myreton Motor Museum was founded by Willie Dale in 1966 and has a large collection of exhibits including cars, bicycles, motor cycles and commercial vehicles dating from 1899. There is also an interesting assortment of period advertising, posters, enamel signs, and toy vehicles."

"Myreton Motor Museum is well signposted from the A198 and B1377 roads and is close to the seaside villages of Aberlady and Gullane, in East Lothian, Scotland."

Motorcycles displayed include:

Suzuki GT250 1978
New Gerrard 1934
Royal Enfield 1926
Velocette Venom 1959 500cc
Sunbeam Model 90 1926
Triumph P type 1926
BSA Round Tank 1925
BSA Bantam 1969
BSA Ariel 3 50 cc 1970
Cyclemaster 1953
G.A.C.S. 1907 (Glasgow Auto Cycle Services)
A.B.C. 1919 (All British Company)
Ner-A-Car 1928 (Blackburne Engine)
Matchless 1000 cc 1938
H.R.D. Vincent 1000 cc 1948
Ariel 1958 (Square four 1000 cc)
Triumph 1969 Trident 750 cc
Norton 1976 Commando 850 cc


Sources: Tripadvisor, various other sites.

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