There are a number of websites about Donald Campbell and his Bluebird record-breaking cars and boats, here are just some of them:
Record-breaking hydroplane Bluebird has "nothing to prove" after being resurrected for speed tests 51 years after it crashed, killing pilot Donald Campbell, ...
Proteus Bluebird CN7 driven by Donald Campbell
Donald Campbell, at Coniston Water, 24th October 1958
Don Wales and the Bluebird CN7
Classic Wheels: Donald Campbell and his Bluebird car world speed record
RECORD-BREAKING BLUEBIRD CN7 REUNITED WITH ORIGINAL NOSE PANEL
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Bluebird CN7 at Goodwood with Leo Villa and Donald Campbell
The Bluebird Project K7 1964: Campbell speeds to double record Speed Racer, Vitesse,
Donald Campbell in the cockpit of Bluebird
... turbine powered Bluebird CN7 which now resides in Lord Montagu's National Motor Museum at Beaulieu. His Grandson Don Wales is a world record contender ...
Sir Malcolm died after a long illness in 1949 after a stroke, and was succeeded by his son Donald who continued the record breaking tradition, breaking 400 ...
This time the young Donald Campbell accompanied his father. On 3 September 1935, the 300 mph barrier fell by a single mile-per-hour, crowning Sir Malcolm ...
Donald campbell in bluebird
Donald Campbell and Tonia Berne with the CN7
On 17 July 1964, in his turboprop powered Bluebird CN7 Donald Campbell set a record
Donald Campbells's CN7 with original nosecone from Bonneville crash
Donald Campbell Genuine Bluebird K7 Press Reception launch
Resurrection: The remains of Sir Donald Campbell's Bluebird are brought to the surface of Coniston
Sir Malcolm Campbell with the Campbell-Napier-Railton Bluebird, 1930 (with Donald
The Bluebird-Proteus was a technologically advanced wheel-driven land speed record-breaking car, driven by Donald Campbell, built in 1960 and rebuilt in
Donald Campbell, the son of Malcolm Campbell who broke world speed records during the 30s and 40s, began his own record-breaking career in 1949 after the ...
50 years Ago Today : 17 July 1964 : Donald Campbell Broke the World Land Speed Record in 'Bluebird' at Lake Eyre, South Australia, a Speed Of MPH…
Craig Breedlove's Spirit of America Sonic had a forward driving position as did the CN7, and that did not bother him. Donald Campbell or Steve Fossett.
Pilot Ted Walsh fires up the jet engine of Donald Campbell's iconic Bluebird as it propels
Donald Campbell, Bluebird And The Final Record Attempt Edition Front Cover
Donald Campbell, pictured with Bluebird, died in 1967 when the Bluebird K7 flipped over
North Shields, UK. 2nd Aug 2018. Donald Campbells Bluebird K7 hydroplane speedboat rebuilt
Bluebird-Proteus CN7 on it's record run. Acrylic, pen&ink and colour pencils on 24"x 10.5" (60.9cm x 25.4cm) watercolour paper
Donald, together with the Norris brothers - Kenneth and Lewis - prepared designs for a
The Bluebird-Proteus CN7 at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu in 2008
The wreckage of the tailfin of K7
Goodwood Donald Campbell In His Speed Record Breaking Car Bluebird July 21St 1960 England
Donald Campbell Autograph
Thunderbolt had a very small canopy, a bit like the Railton Mobil Special
Gina Campbell Sir Malcolm Campbell and his son Donald ...
Bluebird has 'nothing to prove' following successful speed tests
Bluebird returns to water more than 50 years after Donald Campbell's fatal crash
Car Painting - Bluebird And Ghost by Peter Miller
X-ray spec: Mobil Special
In 1964, Briton Donald Campbell flashed across Lake Eyre in his magnificent Bluebird at 403.1
Land Speed Record - Bluebird-Proteus CN7 (1964)
After a lengthy break from world records and making his name as a real estate agent, Breedlove began work on a new Spirit in 1992, eventually named Spirit ...
Donald Campbell's Bluebird K7 is depicted at high speed during a record-breaking run on Coniston Water on 4th January 1967. This remarkable, turbo jet ...
1935 Bonneville sir Malcolm Campbell (Bluebird) 2 Check out the salt crusted on the tires/wheels and body work
A very well detailed model of the Campbell Railton Blue Bird
1959 CITROËN ID 19 Bubble-Top concept car - Not really something I'd want to drive, but a quite an interesting approach for the time.
Fastest Land Speed Record in the World #1. Thrust SSC – Great Britain (763 mph) Former British Royal Air Force Pilot Andy Green set the fastest recorded ...
Why Donald Campbell remains a true hero
The record-breaking Hunter .
Abandoned Ben-Dera Ford...Lost Concept Car
1954 | NSU Flying deckchair Created by the designer Gustav Adolf Baumm, and developed in
English racer Malcolm Campbell drove his Campbell-Napier “Blue Bird” to mph / km/h (km), mph / km/h (m) on Pendine Sands, Carmarthen Bay, Wales Feb This was ...
Here you see the original front end of Bluebird K7 as reassembled by the Bluebird Project team over the past couple of months.
The Collectors Sale 15–16 NOVEMBER 2012
Donald Campbell and his engineer Leo Villa with the Bluebird K7 Coniston Cumbria 1956 Campbell had
Thrust SSC, the car broke the sound barrier - photos and video - Garage Car
March Henry Segrave strikes back, setting a new record.
With their plans completed, the organisers decided on the formation of a limited company with
The fatal run - Lake Coniston, Bluebird K7 and Donald Campbell take off
Scuba Diver UK July 18 - Issue 17
sir malcolm campbell and a very young Donald.
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