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Outside the Morgan offices
England

What could be more British than the Morgan motor car, an iconic piece of engineering. The Morgan Motor Company, started in 1910 by Harry Frederick Stanley Morgan, originally creating 3 wheeled cars before in 1936 creating their first 4 wheeled cars. Over the years new models have been produced but all paying homage to the original styling's. In 2011 the company came full circle by producing a new 3 wheeled car.

Here you can see a few Morgans lined up outside the main offices, in the factory that the company has been in since 1918. It's a wonderful place containing history with modern touches. The cars and floor were highly polished but I may have brought this out just a bit more.

Copyright: Robert Bilsland
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Taken: 20/09/2011
Uploaded: 01/10/2011
Updated: 13/05/2014
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Tags: morgan; motor; car; pickersleigh road; factory; blue; green; red; highly; polish; wooden; floor; metal; inside; brick
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