Author Archives: Catrina
It was 1954, post depression, post World War II and the visit of the young and beautiful Queen Elizabeth transfixed the nation.
The Royal Daimler Project might be over but the work and interest in car continues. It was great to see so many members of the Daimler SP250 group at the Museum on Saturday. Travelling to Canberra from various parts of … Continue reading
The Royal Daimler has left the building! After a short sojourn in the Museum’s Hall, today the Royal Daimler returned to the offsite conservation lab for ongoing work.
In 2012, we set out to raise $60,000 by July 2014 for the Royal Daimler Project. It might have looked like a blue-sky target back then, but I am happy to say that due to the overwhelming support we have … Continue reading
The Royal Daimler chassis is all chromed up and on display for a limited time in the main hall at the National Museum in Canberra. With as much fanfare as we could muster, we made a short video of the … Continue reading
And a good time was had by all. Around 150 people came to see the preview screening of When the Queen Came to Town, at the National Museum on 12 June as part of the Queen’s birthday celebrations. This was … Continue reading
The Museum’s Royal Daimler is the subject of a new feature film called When the Queen Came to Town that celebrates the 60th anniversary of the 1954 Royal visit. The film looks at the legacy and the impact of this … Continue reading
The Royal Daimler Project is speeding along and we are getting close to our fundraising finishing line. We have developed a video documenting some of the work we have been doing with the support we have received from members of … Continue reading