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The museum overlooks Pendine Sands, the beach where British land speed records have been attempted in the early 20th century. It was opened in 1996 in the village of Pendine, on the south coast of Wales. The museum has only few bikes on display, but it houses a speed-record car called Babs. In 1927, Babs was buried in the sands after Parry-Thomas was killed in another speed attempt. The museum is more about the record attempts than the machines.
Visit at least the Pendine Sands if you don't go inside the museum.
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