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    For you lot down south, the museum is having a sale/

    The LMM will be holding a CLOSING DOWN SALE on the 1st & 2nd February.
    We have been busy sorting and everything must go!
    We've got everything from posters, books and advertising to helmets, jackets, trousers and gloves not to mention oil pumps, motorbikes, engines, auto jumble, no end of odds and ends we even have an accordion.
    Please share and tag your friends to get the word out.

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    I didn't even know London had a motorcycle museum!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taipan View Post
    I didn't even know London had a motorcycle museum!!
    Neither did anyone else, probably why it's closing

    And their website is poor

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    I only heard about it when it was closing.

    Public Service Announcement:

    Sammy Miller's Motorcycle Museum in Hampshire is well worth a visit https://sammymiller.co.uk/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taipan View Post
    I didn't even know London had a motorcycle museum!!
    They did very well to keep it a secret.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taipan View Post
    I didn't even know London had a motorcycle museum!!
    Nor did I. I still have no idea where it is.

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    Nor did I. I still have no idea where it is.
    Greenford, near that London (ok John?)

    HTH

    Last edited by Horse; 17-01-20 at 18:48.

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    It's been closing so long that Hector Cole was there looking for TV bargains. Looked like a shed full of stuff rather than a museum. Owner looked like a 'Character'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horse View Post
    London

    HTH

    If Greenford can be called London. There is a website, although it has not had much investment. The website shows a 2013 inventory. I looked for the big names. There is a Vincent (98cc, so probably not a 'real' one) and a Brough Superior 1933. Lots and lots of Triumphs. All British bikes. Sorry to see it closing.
    Last edited by John B; 17-01-20 at 18:47.

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