In the early years of the 20th century, Henry Ford put America on wheels and the following decades for many would be the golden age of the automobile. Through our models we continue to tell the story of how the American automotive industry influenced society not only in the United States but around the world. In 1974 Brooklin Models was founded by John Hall in the small town of “BROOKLIN” in Canada. In1979 he relocated back to England and Brooklin soon found its work in high demand. On August 6, 1998, John Hall retired and Nigel Parker along with Tim Fulford led a management buyout of the company. Building on the tradition and values set by the company’s founder, the following years have seen the quality of the models pushed to new heights with ever increasing levels of detail and accuracy. Today, Brooklin Models remains located in the Historic city of Bath, occupying a small factory inside which you will find tight passageways and stairwells connecting various production areas.