About a month ago I was working at an industry event at Gaydon. I spent a little time looking at the cars but didn’t find time to get any interesting shots. Last weekend I managed to get back to Gaydon and spend a few hours to wander round the exhibitions.
One strange thing about the exhibition floor is the roof. It’s a pipework roof in white with lots of spot lights resulting in interesting geometric patterns which appeared on the reflective bodywork of the cars. I also managed to find some nice reflections in cars parked near each other and will put these up a little later.
Please take time to visit the Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon website
The car collection is nearly 300 strong. It takes in smaller manufacturers such as Morgan, via niche producers such as Land Rover, to the mainstream producers such as Austin and Morris. The Trust also works closely with the heritage arms of Britain’s major car concerns, including Ford, Jaguar and Vauxhall, to bring some of their historic vehicles to the museum for visitors to enjoy.