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Product images of HJ Lawson and his wife at the start of the Emancipation Run
Product details HJ Lawson and his wife at the start of the Emancipation Run
HJ Lawson and his wife at the start of the Emancipation Run
HJ Lawson and his wife at the start of the Emancipation Run, Brighton, East Sussex, 1896. A crowd of people stand behind them. The run was from London to Brighton, and was a celebration of the repeal of the Red Flag Act of 1865. The act specified that every car must have at least three persons in attendance; for various reasons including one person being needed to steer, one to work the brakes and one to walk ahead wih a red flag to warn people of the coming car. The London to Brighton run is now an annual event for veteran cars.
- Image ref: 1193542
- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images