Category:Tunbridge Wells Horseless Carriage Exhibition
The Horseless Carriage Exhibition, held 15th October 1895 at the Agricultural Gardens, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, was the first motor vehicle show in the United Kingdom. It was organized by the mayor of Tunbridge Wells, electric engineer Sir David Salomons, who lent his own Peugeot Vis-à-vis, and Frederick Simms. Further entries included a Daimler-powered Panhard-Levassor owned by Evelyn Ellis, a De Dion-Bouton steam tractor attached to a landau carriage of the the type that won the Paris-Rouen-Paris event in 1894, and a De Dion-Bouton tricycle.
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