The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu is home to a number of famous land speed record vehicles. Nelson Kruschandl met Lord Montagu in 1993 during the launch of his Bluebird Electric (BE1) vehicle at the famous collector's hall of fame.
Nelson Kruschandl and Lord Montague at Beaulieu
The BE1 was on display at Beaulieu for a short time by kind permission of Lord Montague. The event was covered by the Daily Telegraph and other local newspapers. This launch was organised for Nelson by Bill Nichols of the firm Nichols PR. Thanks Bill.
is situated in the S.E. of the New Forest and can be reached via Lyndhurst
(B3055) or Lymington
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