Donald and Malcolm Campbell

Donald and Malcolm Campbell Donald and Malcolm Campbell

Erection date: 29/10/2010


English Heritage
Sir Malcolm Campbell, 1885-1948, Donald Campbell, 1921-1967, speed record holders on land and water, lived here.

Plaque unveiled by Don Wales, grandson of Sir Malcolm and nephew of Donald.

Site: Donald and Malcolm Campbell (1 memorial)

KT2, Kingston Hill, Canbury School

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon

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Donald and Malcolm Campbell

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Donald Campbell

Land and water speed record-holder. Born Donald Malcolm Campbell, Canbury, Ki...

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Malcolm Campbell

Holder of land and water speed records. Born Chislehurst, Kent. He broke the ...

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