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The AA

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Exhibit at Beamish Museum.
Advertising sign.
Advertising sign.
November 1919
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October 1937. 650,000 members.
October 1938. The Salute.
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1953 BSA M21. Exhibit at World of Country Life
November 1955.
1948. DOT 125cc Motorcycle truck. Reg No. JLM 752. Exhibit at Exmoor Classic Cars
1948. DOT 125cc Motorcycle truck. Reg No. JLM 752. Exhibit at Exmoor Classic Cars
October 1952.
Reg No. PSJ 670. Exhibit at Exmoor Classic Cars
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Exhibit at the Dover Transport Museum.
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The Automobile Association simply referred as The AA - not to be confused with a company of the same name that pre-dates it.

of Fanum House, Whitcomb Street, London, WC2

1905 June. Formed by a break-away group from the Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland including Charles Jarrott. The Secretary was Stenson Cooke and it borrowed an office in Fleet Street for its first base.

1910 Amalgamated with the Motor Union of Great Britain and Ireland

1933 [1]

Automobile Association (Aviation Department)

Formed to provide service, information and maps for members making aerial journeys and touring by air.

Secretary: Stenson Cooke.

Address: Fanum House, New Coventry Street, London W.1.

Telephone: Whitehall 1200.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1933 Who's Who in British Aviation