Bo'ness Motor Museum

Motor Museum, Bo'ness
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Motor Museum, Bo'ness

A modest collection of vehicles connected with film and television, the Bo'ness Motor Museum lies on Bridgeness Road in the town. Opened in 2004, the museum houses around twenty cars and motorcycles, such as the Jaguar XJ6 Series III which featured with Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Carlyle in The 51st State (2001). The collection shows a bias towards a James Bond theme and includes the Lotus Esprit S1 used in The Spy Who Loved Me (1990). The museum also includes a range of Bond memorabilia, including props from the films Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) and The World is Not Enough (1999), together with Miss Moneypenny's Diner, the Double "O" Bar and a children's play area.

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