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1985 Bedford TL
The Tomorrow People (1992-1995)
1985-1988 flush mounted sidelights-turn signals. 2014-12-17 15:22
1985 Bedford TL
Devices and Desires (1991)
1985-1988 flush mounted sidelights-turn signals. 2014-12-17 15:21
1981 Bedford TL
King & Castle (1986-1988)
1981-85 2014-12-17 15:19
1985 Bedford TL
London's Burning (1988-2002)
JCB wrote It is too hazy to see reg. number even on dvd .It is a 4 wheeler with a very long wheelbase ....


The Bedford TL was introduced mid-1980 but did not replace the TK range.

It was not until 1984 that the longest wheelbase versions (165 inchs) and heavier TLs were introduced so the TK died about the same time.

This must be 1984 or later by the long wheelbase.

edit: 1985-1988 flush mounted sidelights-turn signals.

-- Last edit: 2014-12-17 15:53:54
2014-12-16 14:19
1985 Bedford TL
London's Burning (1988-2002)
From YouTube it has black turn-signal housings, to match the black plastic grilles, plus the black bumpers as normal for Bedfords.

Turn-signal housings normally body colour, with body coloured front steel panel, and grey bumpers for AWD.

Bedford TL looks more likely.
2014-12-16 12:38
1970 Bedford CF
The Evolution of the Drift Angle – 50 years of rally (2002)
1970-73 2014-12-15 19:26
1939 Dodge unknown
The Easter Road Parade (1949)
1939-45 Dodge (with the just visible small headlamps) impossible to say size without side view or close-up.

'40' 1½-2 Ton
'60' 2-3 Ton
'80' 3-4 Ton
'100' 5-Ton
'120' 6-Ton

Radiator shell plated or painted also the extra bright areas on the bonnet sides probably added after 1945.
2014-12-15 13:33
Aveling & Porter 6 n.h.p. 10 ton Road Roller
This Is Tomorrow (2007)
http://www.steamscenes.org.uk/engines/aveling-porter/road-roller/10893/22/

Looks like an Aveling & Porter Road Roller about 6 N.H.P., common manufacturer and details look similar where visible.
2014-12-13 12:23
1975 Dennis D-Series
The Bill (1984-2010)
XYP 490N, Dennis D series 1975 London Fire Brigade P490D at H32 Norbury as here http://www.fire-engine-photos.com/picture/number21952.asp 2014-12-12 15:31
Race for Glory (1989) ^ Agreed looks like a Bedford CF MkI. 2014-12-12 12:54
Ford Cargo
Devices and Desires (1991)
Yes, agreed Ford Cargo. 2014-12-11 18:14
1943 Bedford MW
La mémoire courte (1963)
1943 cab enclosed with half-doors full-width divided windscreen. 2014-12-11 14:35
1939 Bedford MW 15cwt converted to civilian use
La sfida (1958)
Bedford MW chassis and front end yes, although the load bed is longer so not the original 'drop-side' body.

1939 Bedford MW 15cwt chassis cab converted to civilian use.
2014-12-11 14:32
3 (1971)
Ddey65 wrote

What's a "kjønsroller?"


Handsome roles?

Seems to be "How men and women experience their roles of attraction". I guess.
2014-12-10 15:01
Karrier 98A
Flashman (1967)
Edit: Commer-Karrier had their own 'in-house design' basic bus body built by a sub-contractor on their chassis/scuttle. I've seen a picture of it previously but cannot find it now!

Correction the side window sizes and spacing Do Not match with Reading Lilliput body (C14F) Smaller windows than here.

[Image: 883cpp.2766.jpg]



-- Last edit: 2014-12-10 13:50:56
2014-12-10 12:06
1958 Austin LD 2-Ton BRS parcel van
Look at Life: It's a Dog's Life (1959)
1958 onwards Austin LD 2-Ton van based on the Morris normal control LCO5/T 2-ton chassis introduced August 1957. 2014-12-10 11:54
1948 Bedford O-Type
Look at Life: It's a Dog's Life (1959)
It is an O-type by the bonnet side vent spacing.

Probably the lighter Bedford OLA from October 1945 to March 1953 3-4 ton 157" long wheelbase truck, I would normally have expected an M-type or even a K-type for this application.

-- Last edit: 2014-12-10 11:28:21
2014-12-10 11:27
1952 Bedford CA Martin Walter Workobus Mk1
Flashman (1967)
yes. 2014-12-09 19:21
1963 Austin Mini Countryman MkI [ADO15]
Flashman (1967)
Mini Estate (all steel version) Austin or Morris? 2014-12-09 19:20
Karrier 98A
Flashman (1967)
Karrier 98A (or Commer equivalent) if I see the front correctly.


/vehicle_224444-Karrier-98A.html
2014-12-09 19:16
1970 Mini 1000 with later updates MkIII [ADO20]
WAii: Dtut Jai Mai Long Lae Kong Mai Yaum (2012)
[Image: a.jpg] 2014-12-08 13:43
1968 Bedford TK 5-Ton Long Wheelbase
Islands Of The West (1972)
^ Possibly has the combined sidelights/turn signals but I looked hard but could not determine what they were from either picture.

If so then dates it as 1968 or 1969 years only because after that larger mirrors with two-point mounings were being fitted.
2014-12-07 13:31
1961 Bedford TK
Der Fall (1972)
1961 indicators and separate rectangular sidelights set in the body. Mirror and mirror mounting could be specific for export country: Switzerland. 2014-12-07 13:19
1969 Bedford TK
Prisoner (1979-1986)
1969 combined outboard lights/turn-signals, 16" wheels 3, 4 or 5 ton. 2014-12-07 13:14
1962 Bedford TK
Ein Käfer auf Extratour (1973)
TK introduced 1961.

This one has 'A' pillar single mounting point mirrors from 1962 onwards.
2014-12-07 12:56
1968 Bedford TK 5-Ton Long Wheelbase
Islands Of The West (1972)
The smallest long wheelbase truck TK DL 5-Ton 151" wheelbase introduced 1961. 1962-1968 for the mirror mounting. 2014-12-07 12:50
1976 Bedford TK
Madame Sousatzka (1988)
1976-1985 TK (silhouette red griffin badge). 2014-12-06 17:48
1985 Bedford TL
London's Burning (1988-2002)
Only the year of registration or the front grille with badge (for AWD) would determine it I think. 2014-12-06 14:46
1986 Vauxhall Cavalier 2.0i MkII
A Taste for Death (1988)
'NK' a Luton registration and small Vauxhall crest visible on the number plate (not main dealer name) Vauxhall fleet management car. 2014-12-06 12:45
1987 Vauxhall Carlton 2.0i L MkIII
A Taste for Death (1988)
'NM' a Luton registration and small Vauxhall crest visible on the number plate (not main dealer name) Vauxhall fleet management car. 2014-12-06 12:43
1987 Vauxhall Senator MkII
A Taste for Death (1988)
Some registrations in the range 'Dxxx xPP' were indeed used by Vauxhall fleet management at the time. 2014-12-06 12:35
1951 Bedford SB3 Mulliner RAF Crew Bus
The Iron Petticoat (1956)
Bedford SB with Mulliner body from April 1951 onwards. 2014-12-05 18:43
1951 Bedford SB Mulliner
Look at Life: Girls of the Air (1963)
Bedford SB with Mulliner body was introduced April 1951, including the first production buses for the Ministry of Defence (the Admiralty).

Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"
2014-12-05 18:41
1955 Bedford SBG Mulliner
Matchless (1967)
Looks to be PXE101?

Same batch as PXE100 Bedford SBG Mulliner Jan 1955 Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation, WC1
2014-12-05 12:54
1928 Austin 12/4 Clifton Tourer
These Foolish Things (2005)
It is not the normal London taxi cab type body and does appear to be a tourer.

Perhaps the same Austin 12/4 Tourer seen in Upstairs Downstairs episode 2.05?

[Image: 5_6UD_vlcsnap-1627001.jpg]
2014-12-05 12:41
1950 Leyland Titan PD2/3 RTW375
Look at Life: Turn of the Wheel (1964)
Registration 'LLU525' July 1950 Leyland RTW375 2014-12-04 13:32
1950 Leyland Titan PD2/3 RTW467
These Foolish Things (2005)
/vehicle_449382-Leyland-RTW-1950.html

https://www.flickr.com/photos/ermintrude73/14682748121/in/photostream/
2014-12-04 13:23
1933 Austin 12/4 Taxi High Lot
These Foolish Things (2005)
Thanks dsl...

JJ8167 here in Poirot episode 9.01

[Image: austinj.6295.jpg] [Image: austin2a.3457.jpg]

/vehicle_22732-Austin-12-4-Taxi-1934.html
2014-12-04 12:12
1933 Austin 12/4 Taxi High Lot
These Foolish Things (2005)
JJ8167 registered in batch JJ8163 to JJ8192 by Mann & Overton Ltd.
March 1933 Austin (Preserved) probably Strachan Body High Lot seen in 'Poirot' Episode 9.01 see the following multiple listing sheet (half-way down).

edit: link deleted see following comments.

-- Last edit: 2014-12-04 12:14:15
2014-12-03 20:30
1969 Bedford CF Ambulance Mk1
Tango 2001 (1973)
Definitely Bedford CF Mk.I by the hinge positions, rear light shape, number plate recess size and shape plus the chromed corner bumper.

/vehicle_41788-Bedford-CF-1970.html
/vehicle_697676-Bedford-CF-1973.html
2014-12-03 19:21
1983 Bedford CF Ambulance Hanlon High Line
Shroud for a Nightingale (1984)
Hanlon High Line body.

/vehicle.php?id=36709
2014-12-03 17:36
1957 Bedford C-Type
Operazione poker (1965)
The grille with the bright surround is later than the S-type, its the 1957 to 1960 C-type. 2014-12-03 17:04
1933 Morris-Commercial C12/60F Leader Forward Control 3 Ton
If War Should Come (1939)
The best identification is the Morris-Commercial Leader forward control C12/60F 3 Ton (or the 6 cylinder CS12/60F 3 Ton)

http://archive.commercialmotor.com/issue/4th-may-1934

[Image: m-cleader70cwt.jpg]
2014-12-01 15:01
1933 Morris-Commercial C12/60F Leader Forward Control 3 Ton
If War Should Come (1939)
Not a Fordson Thames 7V, the cab side glass is too small and the handle is higher than the Fordson's.

Also the small side-quarter glass next to the windscreen seen when contrast is adjusted.
2014-11-29 19:48
1942 Fordson Thames 7V
Apartado de correos 1001 (1950)
Spanish movie, therefore a Fordson Thames 7V, built under licence by Ford Iberica in Barcelona between 1942-8. 2014-11-29 14:32
1980 Bedford CF Wadham Stringer Fire Investigation Unit Mk2
The Bill (1984-2010)
1980 Bedford CF with Wadham Stringer fire investigation unit body.

Old door mirror type before October 1983 and black flush mounted bumpers 1980 onwards.

Possibly this same vehicle or from the same build.
http://www.romar.org.uk/_wp_generated/wp81b9920c.jpg
http://www.romar.org.uk/page224.html
2014-11-28 15:40
Dennis F109 Pump Escape
The Bill (1984-2010)
Another F109 Pump Escape I believe similar to...

/vehicle.php?id=758005

https://www.flickr.com/photos/faversham-gallery/4983223184/
2014-11-27 19:54
Albion Chieftain 6¼ Ton Homalloy cab [FT37 A]
Stimulantia (1967)
I agree a Dennis, some of the reflections in the paintwork were fooling me I think. 2014-11-27 14:04
Albion Chieftain 6¼ Ton Homalloy cab [FT37 A]
Stimulantia (1967)
Albion Chieftain 6¼ Ton FT37A looks right to me, although I'm never too sure about Albions in the early 1950s.

/vehicle_45057-Albion-Chieftain-61-4-Ton-FT37-A.html

Possibly a Homalloy cab?

Link to "www.trucksplanet.com"
Link to "www.trucksplanet.com"
another Homalloy cab on imcdb /vehicle_610802-Albion-Chieftain-1959.html

I would be interested to know what the 'Courage' truck is, in front of the Leyland LAD cab.

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2014-11-27 13:24
1964 Bedford CAL 15cwt
Stimulantia (1967)
1964 Bedford CAL 15cwt Mk3 (deeper window in sliding door compared with CAS). 2014-11-27 12:39

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