Secrets Of The Transport Museum

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Secrets Of The Transport Museum

Racing driver Billy Monger gives a fellow double amputee a driving lesson and a fire engine gets pumping for the first time in years.

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Series 1
A volunteer is tasked with restoring a legendary Le Mans racer. A decommissioned bomb proves difficult, and can the experts revive the dormant engines of a transatlantic flyer?
Brookland's Concorde 'Delta Golf' has a makeover, in time for a visit from Concorde royalty.
The Napier Railton - the legendary racing car and jewel in the museum's motoring crown - is put through its paces when it meets an old rival.
An F1 racer goes on a perilous journey and there's a new addition to the exhibit - a Formula E car.
A rare Triumph motorcycle is rescued from a barn and resurrected. There's a battle against the elements for vintage aircraft to grace Brookland's skies once again.
A Delage V12 famous for early women's records on the track returns to be driven by a modern-day legend. Plus, Concord's wings need some urgent TLC.
A historic Frazer Nash car must be fixed before a big race. Plus, the first car ever to go round the track is resurrected but will the museum director be able to drive it?
Series 2
Actor and writer Sanjeev Bhaskar visits Brooklands to re-live a past supersonic experience and the earliest ever Triumph motorcycle is unveiled.
A Mini makeover reduces its owners to tears. A replica, 1925 cycle car, that's taken six years to build, comes a cropper at Brooklands.
Bus obsessed radio DJ Ed Adoo gets the ultimate driving lesson in a double decker. Plus, a rare cutting edge bike from the past is saved by modern engineering.
Volunteer Mark visits bike building maestro Allen Millyard to choose wo models for Brooklands Motorcycle day.
The motorbike team create a new lubrication system to keep a 1930s BSA motorbike running. Plus, a Mini Metro and red Corvette turn heads at the Members Classic Car Show.
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