Bluebird K7 at Norris Brothers at Burrell Road, Haywards Heath in October 66.

Bluebird at Norris Brothers at Burrell Road, Haywards Heath in October

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Seven time WSR record holder Donald Campbell perished in 1967 when his "Bluebird jet engined hydroplane caught air and crashed while exceeding

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MORE than 30 photographs taken by Warrington photographer Eddie Whitham are being used in a new book telling the story of the fateful last Water Speed Record attempt made by Donald Campbell in

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Donald Campbell, Bluebird and the final Record Attempt - a book by Neil Sheppard

Donald Campbell in the cockpit of Bluebird CN7

Donald Campbell in the cockpit of Bluebird

Donald Campbell on Lake Coniston in the Bluebird. He was the first man to hold both the world land speed and water speed records together in 1964 but he was fated in 1967 when he crashed during a record attempt on Lake Coniston to exceed 300mph on water

Donald Campbell on Lake Coniston in the Bluebird. He was the first man to hold both the world land speed and water speed records together in 1964 but he was fated in 1967 when he crashed during a record attempt on Lake Coniston to exceed on water

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