Donald Campbell Memorial, Coniston


This modern slate memorial and bench is located on Ruskin Avenue, by the Tourist Information Office in Coniston. It commemorates Donald Campbell C.B.E. (1921 - 1967), land and water speed record breaker, who died attempting to beat his own speed record on Coniston Water on the 4th of January 1967. The memorial also commemorates Leo Villa O.B.E. (1899 - 1979) who was Chief Mechanic to the Campbells.

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DONALD CAMPBELL MEMORIAL

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Coniston

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Coniston

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Coniston

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Donald Campbell (1921 - 1967)
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Donald Campbell (1921 - 1967)
- Overview About Donald Campbell Donald Malcolm Campbell was a land and water speed record breaker. Born in Horley, Surrey on the 23rd of March 1921. He follwed in the footsteps ...

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