Mawdsley Brooke racing Baby 1 for the Brooke Trophy on Oulton Broad in June 1905.
Mawdsley Brooke was responsible for bringing motorboat racing to Oulton Broad.
The experimental Brooke hydroplane Surprise on Oulton Broad in 1905.
The start of the Daily Mirror Trophy offshore at Lowestoft in 1929. The event would later be transferred to Oulton Broad.
Built at Norwich by Boulton & Paul, DollyDo II competed offshore at Lowestoft and on Wroxham Broad in 1909.
Crusader was another Hollingsworth craft which competed in 1913. The west end department store owner would later donate Nicholas Everitt Park to the Lowestoft Corporation - a permanent legacy to motorboat racing on the Broad.
Jack Brooke competing driving Bulldog in the 1929 Duke of York international race on the River Thames.
With the maltings in the background, the 20hp Sterling powered Elgiva competing on Oulton Broad in June 1905.
Build in 1904, Baby 1 was one of the first successful racing craft from the Brooke boatyard located on Lake Lothing.
Cordon Rouge and Vicuna racing offshore at Lowestoft in 1911.
4 Napier IV racing on Oulton Broad in 1910.