It’s probably apparent that I like motorcycle engines. Old motorcycles and motorcycle engines are especially neat because there was such a wide variation in their design and appearance. Today, many engines are hard to distinguish from one another. As I was looking for something else I came across this web site, the Wolverhampton Museum of Industry in England. Now I admit I wasn’t familiar with the area itself but I certainly knew many of the motorcycles that came from there like AJS and HRD (later to become Vincent) and many others, some of which I had never heard of. This site covers much of the manufacturing that went on in the local region which was much more than just motorcycles and it’s very interesting. The site’s navigation is pretty confusing, it’s hard to tell where you are and how to get back where you came from but if you spend some time there you’ll eventually find all of the different parts. Sites like this are such a great resource for anyone who wants to know about industrial history, motorcycles and quite a bit more. Nice place to spend some time on a snowy afternoon.