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1904 Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland

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Note: This is a sub-section of Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland

1904 March. AGM reports.[1]

First edition of the Automobile Handbook issued


Membership: 2,600*

Club Committee:

Executive Committee

Foreign Relations Committee

Trials Organisation Committee

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Motorcycle Trials Organisation Committee Committee

Races Committee

Legislative Committee

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Advisory Committee on Electrical Vehicles

Marine Motor Committee

Side Slip Committee

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Affiliated Clubs in order of joining and with the number of their members

  • Full list of members in Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904

July Harmsworth Trophy

1904 Harmsworth Trophy, Cowes, 31 July 1904. Motor Boat Racing. [2]

Automobile Club being duly represented by its Marine Motor Committee, as follows:

Dr. Boverton Redwood D.Sc., F.R.S.E. (chairman)
Sir John I. Thornycroft F.R.S.
Major F. Lindsey Lloyd R.E.
Captain R. T. Dixon R.E.
Lieutenant Mansfield Smith Cumming, R.E.
G. Schenley
Henry Sturmey
E. Campbell Muir
G. Foster Pedley
Bernard Redwood
A. F. Yarrow
S. F. Edge
Roger Fuller

[presumably all watched the race from the Automobile Club [chartered] steamer Princess Helena.]


The Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland with which is incorporated The Self-Propelled Traffic Association

1904 April 26th. Membership is 2,533 persons

See Also

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  • The Automobile Handbook 1904

Sources of Information

  1. The Autocar 1904/03/05
  2. [1] Falmouth Maritime