All Jaguars and Jensens welcome contact Doug Shipman 01707 654760 The museum is owned and operated by the Enfield and District Veteran Vehicle Trust, a registered charity. Everybody involved is an enthusiast and volunteer, so if you would like to help, give us a call. The building is an 1898 pumping station that was purchased by the Trust in 1986 in a near derelict state. It originally housed two steam engines and boilers which pumped water from the well below the building into the New River.
Open Day & visit from Jaguar Drivers' Club
Location: Whitewebbs Museum of Transport
Region: London+South East
The Club has a long and historic relationship with Jaguar Cars, which provides members with many exciting opportunities. A unique feature among Jaguar owners’ clubs, the Jaguar Drivers Club not only has regional and overseas areas to provide activities as locally as possible, but the Club, uniquely, has “Registers” for the models of Jaguars (and SS Cars) manufactured by the company since its inception.
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Contact Address: Jaguar House, 18 Stuart Street, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 2SL. Tel: 01582 419332 Jaguar House, 18 Stuart Street, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 2SL. Tel: 01582 419332. Fax: 01582 455412.
View Website: http://jaguardriver.co.uk
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Standard Admission (£): See organiser
Admission with classic car (£): See organiser