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Bristol branch

日本一本道最新高清无码The Bristol branch focuses on the history of the aircraft industry in Bristol. From the ancestor firms of British and Colonial Aeroplane Company to Bristol Siddeley and the merger with Rolls-Royce.

The Sir Roy Fedden Heritage Centre houses the Bristol branch collection.

An unrivalled collection of Bristol-built engines ranging from the Jupiter - the most successful aero engine of the 1920s, through to the wartime Bristol Hercules and Centaurus sleeve-valve radials, to famous gas turbines such as the Harrier's Pegasus and Concorde's mighty Olympus. The display includes engines from de Havilland and Blackburn, firms that merged with Bristol Siddeley before the final consolidation with Rolls-Royce in 1966.

The branch works closely with local community and heritage groups, loaning out exhibits and participating in model engineering shows and local festivals, for example.

日本一本道最新高清无码The Bristol branch has a Workshop Team, which works on restoration tasks and recent projects include the Bristol Mercury engines for the Bristol Aero Collection's Bolingbroke (Blenheim Mk IV), Gem helicopter engines, a de Havilland Ghost and motorising an EJ 200. Currently the team are working on a Bristol Centaurus sectioned show engine, which has been stripped to component parts, cleaned and repainted or refinished as necessary, and is now beginning the lengthy process of returning it to its former glory.

A large archive collection of books, brochures, manuals and other material relating to Bristol and de Havilland engines from 1915 onwards is maintained at the branch by dedicated volunteer archivists. This can be viewed by prior appointment.

President, Paul Craig
Vice President, Jock Heron
Chairman, Dave Gordon,
Secretary, Pete Pavey
Treasurer, Ray Hart

Contact:

日本一本道最新高清无码Tuesday and Thursdays

Telephone: +44 (0) 117 97 96546

E-mail: heritage.trust@677683.com日本一本道最新高清无码 Attention: Bristol Branch

Visits to the Heritage Centre and to research the records held by the Bristol branch are by prior appointment only. To arrange a visit to the Bristol branch, contact Rolls-Royce Corporate Heritage, Visits Administrator on:

Telephone: +44 (0) 1332 249437
E-mail: heritage.trust@677683.com

Lectures and Events

Bristol Branch Lectures and Events are normally held on a Monday evening from September to April. See Heritage Trust Lectures & Events for dates and more detail.