Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Timeline: Automotive 1901

From Graces Guide

Note: This is a sub-section of Timeline: Automotive

1901 Feb xxxx. 1901 Paris Motor Show

1901 Feb xxxx. 1901 Liverpool Autocar Show

1901 Mar xxxx. 1901 Reading Automobile Club's Show

1901 Apr xxxx. 1901 English Motor Club Races - Crystal Palace

1901 Apr xxxx. 1901 Automobile Easter Tour

1901 May 04th. 1901 Automobile Club Show - Agricultural Hall

1901 May 02nd. 1901 Dashwood Hill Trial (May)

1901 Jun 06th. 1901 Dashwood Hill Trial (July)

1901 Jun xxxx. 1901 Paris-Bordeaux Race

1901 Jun 03rd. 1901 Trials of Motor Vehicles for Heavy Traffic

1901 Jun xxxx. 1901 Tilburstowe Hill Climb

1901 Jun 27th. 1901 Paris-Berlin Race

1901 Aug 08th. 1901 Automobile Club Irish Tour

1901 Sep 02nd. 1901 Glasgow Trials

1901 Oct xxx 'At the commencement of the season there were only two British motor-bicycles on the market, now there are at least thirty.'[1]

1901 Nov xxxx. 1901 Celebration Run - to Southsea

1901 Nov. Stanley Motor Show at the Agricultural Hall, Islington

1901 Nov 22nd. National Motor Show at the Crystal Palace, Sydenham

1901 Dec 05th. 1901 War Office Trials of Motor Lorries

1901 Dec xxxx. 1901 Paris Motor Car Show

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. North Star and Farmers' Chronicle - Thursday 17 October 1901