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News - October 2012

Olympic Torch - Now on display!

27/10/2012

One of the Coventry designed and manufactured Olympic Torches from the London 2012 Olypmic Games has been presented to the Museum as a permenant exhibit, courtesy of Mr. Denis Meagher - the Managing Director of the Premier Group of Exhall in Coventry.  The Premier Group manufactured over 12,000 Olympic Torches for the Summer... Read more

Coventry Transport Museum Teams Up With Motorcycle Live To Showcase The City’s Engineering History

26/10/2012

Coventry Transport Museum are preparing to mount an impressive display of the best of Coventry-built classic motorcycles, at this year’s Motorcycle Live. Coventry’s involvement in motorcycle manufacturing is about as impressive as it gets. From the first engines attached to bicycle frames in 1896, a host of internationally acclaimed... Read more

Digital Tablet Technology in Pedals to Medals

04/10/2012

As featured in the Coventry Observer newspaper - Thursday 4th October www.coventryobserver.co.uk For the final few weeks of the exhibition, an exciting new dimension has been added. As well as exploring the cycles and memorabilia items themselves, you can now use an interactive tablet to view specially commissioned films and galleries... Read more

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Mike Brewer announced as President of Coventry Transport Museum Patron Scheme

On Thursday 13 October Coventry Transport Museum proudly revealed Mike Brewer as the new President of the Patron Scheme.
Hear the news from the man himself and find out why he is supporting the museum.  

 

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