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Bond in Motion
July 21, 2014 By Jon Somers
The London Film Museum is exhibiting the largest collection of original James Bond vehicles for the duration of 2014. This family event boasts all the famous 007 vehicles that captivated you as children and adults. This exhibition claims no replicas; all vehicles on display are the actual cars, boats and motorcycles used by James Bond in all 23 films to date.
The exhibition itself includes the classic Aston Martin DB5 which captured the imagination of a generation during the earlier Bond films and re-entered the hearts and minds of 007 fans in Skyfall after it was disappointingly sidelined in Casino Royale. Goldfinger’s Rolls-Royce phantom and the submergible Lotus Esprit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me are also part of the collection every Bond fan would want to see. As well as the fan favourites, there are many other less predictable Bond vehicles such as a Citron 2CV and the Crocodile submarine from the Rodger Moore era.
If machinery and vehicles aren’t your cup of tea then there are several examples of never-before-seen concept art and storyboards from the production company’s art department. All in all the exhibition promises to have something for all visitors, young and old.
The London Film Museum is in the heart of London and walking distance from its two nearest stations, Charing Cross and Leister square. Open seven days a week 10am – 6pm (7pm on Saturdays) with last entry at 5pm.