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1926 Foden Wagon 4 n.h.p. 6 ton C-type 'King William' [No.12388]

1926 Foden Wagon 4 n.h.p. 6 ton C-type [No.12388] dans Massive Engines, Documentaire, 2004 IMDB Ep. 1.08

Catégorie : Autres, À vapeur — Origine du modèle : UK

1926 Foden Wagon 4 n.h.p. 6 ton C-type 'King William' [No.12388]

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Sunbar UK

2007-11-04 17:27

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The vehicle details for TU 3113 are:

Date of Liability 01 05 1999
Date of First Registration 28 07 1926
Year of Manufacture Not Available


Vehicle Colour BLUE


Also listed as petrol not coal fuelled!



-- Last edit: 2007-11-04 20:33:51

Sunbar UK

2007-11-04 18:04

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1926 Foden C-type' 6-ton Steam Wagon.

Works No. 12388, King William, Reg No. TU3113.
Part of the King's collection sold at Bishops Lydeard in Somerset and one of the first to be restored, the lorry has a three way tipping body which works on a water ram.
Owned by the White Bros. of South Witham, Grantham.

Alexander DE

2007-11-04 19:47

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Very nice engine! Thanks, Sunbar!

It is a 4 n.h.p. type.

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I introduced using the chassis field for the Works.No.

Sunbar UK

2007-11-04 20:15

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Alexander a écrit Very nice engine! Thanks, Sunbar!

I introduced using the chassis field for the Works.No.


You're welcome Alexander.

(edit: I have added close-up views of the cab interior and steam engine motion to the first comment above.)

I will remember Steam Engine 'Works Number' placement for the future. ;)

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Alexander DE

2007-11-04 20:56

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Sunbar a écrit ... I have added close-up views ...

Great!

You might like this link, Sunbar.
http://www.steamscenes.org.uk/?pc=/engines/foden/wagon/12388/

Interesting to see that it is a left-hand-drive.

Sunbar UK

2007-11-05 12:11

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Being left hand drive makes it easy to keep driving near to the kerb. I think you are very unlikely to actually want to pull out to overtake slower moving traffic, because there isn't any. ;)

Alexander DE

2007-11-05 12:47

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Well, horse-carts were slower. These hard rubber wheeled trucks had a maximum speed of around 15 mph, but the later Sentinel S4 had a top speed of 60 mph! [Image: laiesken.gif]

greybear EN

2007-11-05 13:07

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...and it can probably still beat a modern lorry from zero to 20mph!

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