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Rolls-Royce visit

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17:00 – 19:00 30 Sep 2014
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Light Alloy Foundry Site, Osmaston Road, Derby
Heading towards Derby City Centre, the LAF site is on the left-hand side immediately after the Russell Street junction. There is a bus stop and barrier outside. A map will be sent to you on booking.

Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust exhibition at the Osmaston Road site in Derby houses an extensive collection  where you can see the largest collection of aero engines in the country, ranging from World War 1 era piston engines, the famous Merlin, right up to modern day jet engines.  The collection also includes examples across Rolls-Royce's product range including marine and industrial applications.  There are a small number of vintage cars, some of which hark back to the early days of Rolls-Royce and the start of the motor car era.  There are also examples of engines and motor cars from distinguished names such as Armstrong Siddeley and Napier, whose companies became part of the Rolls-Royce group in their latter years.

Event type: Event
Organised by: East Midlands Branch
Contact details: For further details and to book your place please contact Mike (mike.swanwick@rolls-royce.com)

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Light Alloy Foundry Site, Osmaston Road, Derby
Heading towards Derby City Centre, the LAF site is on the left-hand side immediately after the Russell Street junction. There is a bus stop and barrier outside. A map will be sent to you on booking.
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17:00 – 19:00 30 Sep 2014
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