Classic Commercial Motor Vehicles AEC, Albion, Atkinson, Austin, Bedford, Bradford, Bristol, Coles, Commer, Crossley, Dennis, Diamond T, Dodge, Douglas, ERF, Foden, Ford, Fordson and Ford Thames, FWD, Guy, Haulamatic, Hydrocon, Jensen, Jones, Karrier, Lacre, Land-Rover, Leyland, Maudslay, Morris, Morris-Commercial, Morrison, Pacific, Pagefield, Rotinoff, Rowe Hillmaster, Scammell, SD, Seddon, Seddon Atkinson, Sentinel, Smith, Standard, Stonefield, Taylor, Thornycroft, Trojan, Unipower, Vulcan - glorious names from the heyday of road haulage in Britain.
The photos displayed in this Gallery were originally posted on the Classic Commercial Motor Vehicles Yahoo! Group. If you have some suitable photos that you would like to see displayed here, simply join the Group and you can send your pictures as attachments to emails. You'll receive original unedited pictures from other members via email, and you can engage in a bit of chat about your favourite wagons as well!
It's easy to join! Just go to the Group's home page ...
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Photos of these classic makes taken outside the UK, as well as photos of non-British classics, are very welcome.
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29.Bernard John Flack(non-registered)
My interest of lorries and buses like your site its very good my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to send a picture of a model t my grandfather owned. It has the same license plate as the one in the picture no.24, but i can't attach the picture to this message.
Ford thames 12 seater 1962-65 [not sure] My 152 seater is in a very good origanal condition. I'm well stock on parts but the window rubbers are cracking becuase of age. now this is a challenge for me..
57000 true milage... never slept outside.
Some fantastic photos of some very beautiful trucks, I especially love the Volvo F88/89 section. I love those trucks, probably my most favourite ever. Brilliant website, well done!
Your albums are looking superb Neil. As someone who grew up near the AEC plant, I know you'll appreciate a picture that someone recently uploaded to my Middlesex albums of the Iron Bridge, which they took in 1963. Click on the website link to see it.