Missing Bond, James Bond? Are thoughts of the blow out final scenes of Skyfall and M’s devastating death still plaguing your dreams? Do you find yourself still morosely sipping Vespas alone at the bar? Well Bond fans, fear not. We can soothe your troubles.
The London Film Museum is currently hosting ‘Bond in Motion’ also known as the largest collection of original James Bond vehicles ever. Featuring Aston Martin’s galore as well as the Rolls Royce Phantom III from Goldfinger; Little Nellie, the kit-built autogyro from You Only Live Twice and the Mercury Cougar XR7 driven by Diana Rigg’s Tracy Vicenzo in On Her Majesty Secret Service…to name but a few vehicular treats!
The show will also feature action sequence boards, vehicle concept art, props and miniature models. Running until the end of the year, buy your tickets in advance online and prepare to die Mr Bond…oh sorry, I mean be blown away by this fantastic exhibition!
Megan Donnelly is a writer and former Londoner, currently residing at London-by-Sea, or Brighton as it’s otherwise known. You can read more about her travels at: