G.L Watson founded the company in 1873 the first business in the world dedicated to yacht design
Original Blue Print design by G.L.Watson
Original ships curves used to design Blue Bird's hull
The original rigging plan No. 577 - for Blue Bird
On the stocks in Goole shipyard
Blue Bird in Goole Shipyard on her launch day
Blue Birds launch day after being delayed due to Lady Campbell being unwell
Blue bird’s first sea trials
Blue Bird's wheelhouse back in 1938
Owners stateroom finished in American Oak framing and Japanese Oak panels
Master cabin in 1938
Guest cabin in 1938
Galley complete with Aga
Campbell on aft deck of Blue Bird with his guests
Sir Malcolm Campbell’s letter to the Admiralty requesting the return of BlueBird after re-purchasing it back from the Ministry of transport
Sir Malcolm Campbell’s letter to the Admiralty requesting the return of BlueBird after re-purchasing it back from the Ministry of transport.
Original models of Sir Malcolm Campbell’s record-breaking cars
Sir Malcolm Campbell’s first Blue Bird designed for the speed record in 1911
Sir Malcolm Campbell with his Gypsy Moth Aeroplane saying goodbye to his wife Dorothy and children Jean and Donald
Malcolm Campbell’s first plane built in 1909 it was built flown and crashed by Campbell
Blue Bird Daytona Beach 1931 with the crowd of supporters about to witness another world record being broken
The ships log inscribed to Sir Malcolm Campbell from his children, Jean and Donald
Donald Campbell onboard Blue Bird post war with entertainers and stage folk
Original General Arrangement of Blue Bird
Sir Malcolm Campbell at Daytona Beach
G.L Watson founded the company in 1873 the first business in the world dedicated to yacht designG.L Watson founded the company in 1873 the first business in the world dedicated to yacht design
Original Blue Print design by G.L.WatsonOriginal blueprint design by G.L.Watson
Original ships curves used to design Blue Bird's hullOriginal ships curves used to design Blue Bird's hull
The original rigging plan No. 577 - for Blue BirdThe original rigging plan No. 577 - for Blue Bird
On the stocks in Goole shipyardOn the stocks in Goole shipyard
Blue Bird in Goole Shipyard on her launch dayBlue Bird in Goole Shipyard on her launch day
Blue Birds launch day after being delayed due to Lady Campbell being unwellBlue Bird's launch day after being delayed due to Lady Campbell being unwell
Blue bird’s first sea trialsBlue Bird’s first sea trials
Blue Bird's wheelhouse back in 1938Blue Bird's wheelhouse back in 1938
Owners stateroom finished in American Oak framing and Japanese Oak panelsOwners stateroom finished in American Oak framing and Japanese Oak panels
Master cabin in 1938Master cabin in 1938
Guest cabin in 1938Guest cabin in 1938
Galley complete with AgaGalley complete with Aga
Campbell on aft deck of Blue Bird with his guestsCampbell on aft deck of Blue Bird with his guests
Sir Malcolm Campbell’s letter to the Admiralty requesting the return of BlueBird after re-purchasing it back from the Ministry of transportSir Malcolm Campbell’s letter to the Admiralty requesting the return of Blue Bird after re-purchasing it back from the Ministry of transport
Sir Malcolm Campbell’s letter to the Admiralty requesting the return of BlueBird after re-purchasing it back from the Ministry of transport.Sir Malcolm Campbell’s letter to the Admiralty requesting the return of Blue Bird after re-purchasing it back from the Ministry of transport.
Original models of Sir Malcolm Campbell’s record-breaking carsOriginal models of Sir Malcolm Campbell’s record-breaking cars
Sir Malcolm Campbell’s first Blue Bird designed for the speed record in 1911Sir Malcolm Campbell’s first Blue Bird designed for the speed record in 1911
Sir Malcolm Campbell with his Gypsy Moth Aeroplane saying goodbye to his wife Dorothy and children Jean and DonaldSir Malcolm Campbell with his Gypsy Moth Aeroplane saying goodbye to his wife Dorothy and children Jean and Donald
Malcolm Campbell’s first plane built in 1909 it was built flown and crashed by CampbellMalcolm Campbell’s first plane built in 1909 it was built flown and crashed by Campbell
Blue Bird Daytona Beach 1931 with the crowd of supporters about to witness another world record being brokenBlue Bird Daytona Beach 1931 with the crowd of supporters about to witness another world record being broken
The ships log inscribed to Sir Malcolm Campbell from his children, Jean and DonaldThe ships log inscribed to Sir Malcolm Campbell from his children, Jean and Donald
Donald Campbell onboard Blue Bird post war with entertainers and stage folkDonald Campbell onboard Blue Bird post war with entertainers and stage folk
Original General Arrangement of Blue BirdOriginal General Arrangement of Blue Bird
Sir Malcolm Campbell at Daytona BeachSir Malcolm Campbell at Daytona Beach
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