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1934 Rover 12 hp [P1]
Foyle's War (2002-2015)
[Image: series7cap-125482star216.jpg] 2017-01-30 16:26
1953 Citroën 11 B
Foyle's War (2002-2015)
[Image: series5cap-0394813.jpg]

For no reason in the episode, it appears to be left hand drive, and travels from London to near Oxford, on roads that look nothing like UK trunk roads.
2017-01-30 14:16
Ford Model A
Foyle's War (2002-2015)
... standing in for a 1930's London Taxi! 2017-01-30 13:26
AEC Routemaster
Foyle's War (2002-2015)
Previous comment by Sandie, as the previous creditable level of accuracy hits a low point...

Sandie wrote Watched the first episode of the new series last week and was surprised to see a Routemaster appear in 1946...
2017-01-30 12:45
Ford Model A
Foyle's War (2002-2015)
[Image: 7-1-028282.jpg]

Filmed in Dublin so likely to be a false registration number.
2017-01-30 12:06
1953 Bedford A 2Z Ambulance Lomas
Egypt Today: The Anglo-French Aggression Against Egypt (1956)
Most likely Bedford A2Z Ambulance, normal control with step behind deep-section front wing. Not other common ambulances, Bedfoed KZ or Morris-Commercial LC3 etc.

Lomas Body I believe.

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2017-01-27 13:03
Bedford QLT Troop Carrier
Suez in Perspective (1957)
Bedford QLT troop transport certainly; the extended rear overhang is clear in the main picture. 2017-01-27 11:28
1945 Vickers-Armstrong Centurion Training tank
They Stand Ready (1955)
1945-1949 by the registration; ZR-ZW 'A' Vehicles (front line armoured)

Centurions originally numbered T351400 to T352199 (also prototypes T352412 to T352417) and this one re-numbered 06ZR21 in 1949.
2017-01-26 11:43
1954 Morris LD Ambulance Appleyard
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Found I believe as WYG329L 1954 Morris Mines Rescue vehicle, so therefore re-registered?

Link to "www.flickr.com"

Registration number: WYG 329L
✓ Taxed
Tax due: 01 June 2017
MOT
Exempt

Vehicle details
Vehicle make MORRIS
Date of first registration April 1973
Year of manufacture 1954
Cylinder capacity (cc) 2199 cc
CO₂Emissions Not available
Fuel type PETROL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour BLUE Vehicle
type approval Not available
Wheelplan 2 AXLE RIGID BODY
2017-01-25 16:28
1941 Humber Heavy Utility 4x4
They Stand Ready (1955)
1941 Humber Heavy Utility 4x4 2017-01-25 13:55
Bedford QLT Troop Carrier
They Stand Ready (1955)
Bedford QLD in the thumbnail by the short rear overhang.

Although the main picture is possibly the longer QLT troop transport with the longer overhang and front-side access door; this depends on the editing or filming continuity.
2017-01-25 13:43
1951 Vickers-Armstrong Centurion
They Stand Ready (1955)
1951-52 registration (40BA75-59BA99) I believe.

Centurion, without any certain identification?

Some were allocated specifically for training purposes?
2017-01-25 13:28
Father Brown (2013-2017) Series 5 completed.

Change to title sequence with the Sunbeam-Talbot 90 replacing the previous Rolls-Royce.

[Image: series5ep5_5title1.jpg]
2017-01-25 12:37
1953 Morris-Commercial PV
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Also in episode 5.15...

[Image: series5ep1500-00-036.jpg]
2017-01-25 12:34
1954 Morris LD Ambulance Appleyard
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: series5ep1300-08-143.jpg]
episode 5.13

[Image: series5ep5_1200-13-445.jpg]
episode 5.12

Registration - WYG329(with possible suffix?)

edit: If later registration Morris is also possible after comminised grille. Other 'BMC' alternative is not possible due to badge rather than letters.

-- Last edit: 2017-01-25 13:07:10
2017-01-25 12:32
1938 Bedford WTB Wilmot of London Body
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Main picture revised with a clearer image from later episode. 2017-01-25 12:26
1955 MG TF 1500
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Also in episode 5.13...

[Image: series5ep1500-43-197.jpg] [Image: series5ep1500-43-331.jpg]
2017-01-25 12:19
Lambretta LD 150
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: series5ep5_1400-03-342.jpg] [Image: series5ep1300-33-381.jpg] 2017-01-25 12:16
1956 Thames ET6
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Commercial Motor Archive article; Fordson Thames longwheelbase 5-ton chassis, the rescue vehicles carry a driver and the seven men

[Image: et6cdunits.jpg]

Rescue vehicles for specialized units of the Civil Defence Corps, built to the order and specification of the Home Office, the new vehicles are being manufactured by a number of bodybuilders. (From October 1951)
2017-01-25 12:02
1958 Land-Rover 109'' Series II Station Wagon
633 Squadron (1964)
marklandynut wrote ...

The Series 1 appears in the middle of the film. There is a bit where the whole squadron is practicing the bombing maneouver and one crew gets it wrong and crashes into the hillside. There are a couple of officers observing this at the time, and just after the crash they get into their vehicle. All that can be seen of it through the bushes is the windscreen and left door top, but these are enough to identify it as a Series 1 Land Rover, probably an 80".


The best screen captures I can get are here...

[Image: 633lr00-36-03.jpg] [Image: 633lr2.jpg] [Image: 633lr3.jpg]
00:36:03 [*][*]

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2017-01-20 11:51
1959 Thames 7cwt Van [300E]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Its possibly this one 919KNU (April 1959) although the centre badge is missing the rest of the details match.

-- Last edit: 2017-01-12 20:41:53
2017-01-12 20:34
1959 Thames 7cwt Van [300E]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
I guess so, but my favoured website has gone missing or more likely I forgot its actual address.

Like this 300E with a round badge in the centre.
2017-01-12 20:19
1959 Thames 7cwt Van [300E]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
It does not appear to have the Ford Anglia style grille but the Prefect type with the vertical slots.

Also in episode 5.03
[Image: series5ep5_341_386.jpg]
[*] 00:41:38
2017-01-12 19:31
1956 Thames ET6
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Naming revised to remove '4D' to reflect original model. 2017-01-12 13:05
1938 Bedford WTB Wilmot of London Body
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: series5ep5_600_001.jpg] [Image: series5ep5_600_102.jpg]
Episode 5.06 00:00:01

http://www.bedfordob.com/gallery/ajt176.php

Registration number: AJT 176

Vehicle details
Vehicle make BEDFORD
Date of first registration April 1939
Year of manufacture 1939
Cylinder capacity (cc) 0 cc
CO₂Emissions Not available
Fuel type PETROL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour BLUE

-- Last edit: 2017-01-25 12:24:35
2017-01-12 12:25
1956 Thames ET6
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Registration number: 586 UXW

Vehicle details
Vehicle make FORD
Date of first registration September 2006
Year of manufacture 1956
Cylinder capacity (cc) 3933 cc
CO₂Emissions 0 g/km
Fuel type DIESEL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour GREEN
2017-01-12 12:12
1947 Wolseley Eight
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Registration number: 750 YUE

Vehicle details
Vehicle make WOLSELEY
Date of first registration July 2011
Year of manufacture 1947
Cylinder capacity (cc) 918 cc
CO2Emissions Not available
Fuel type PETROL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour BLUE
2017-01-12 12:05
1955 Austin FX3 Taxi
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Austin FX3 Taxi 'RYU323'

Vehicle make AUSTIN Listed on DVLA as Austin FX3 D(iesel)
Date of first registration November 1955
Year of manufacture 1955
Cylinder capacity (cc) 2200 cc
CO₂Emissions Not available
Fuel type DIESEL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Tax not due

Original main picture replaced

[Image: i776924.jpg]
Ep. 3.08 00:02:15 [*][*]
2017-01-11 20:40
1938 Leyland Cub Horse-Box by Vincents of Reading
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Almost certain to be Leyland Cub ARD157

Vehicle make LEYLAND CUB
Date of first registration June 1938
Year of manufacture 1938
Cylinder capacity (cc) 0 cc
CO₂Emissions Not available
Fuel type PETROL
Export marker No
Vehicle status SORN in place
Vehicle colour BLACK

1938 Cub Reg. ARD 157 Chassis No. 200497 Engine: Leyland 4.7 Ltr 29.4 hp Petrol Gearbox: Leyland 4 speed manual
An interesting example of a Leyland Cub which has a coach built horsebox body that was constructed for the Earl of Derby by Vincents of Reading, a company that were pioneers of horsebox building.


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2017-01-11 20:16
1940 unknown Milk Float
Ethel & Ernest (2016)
If we take the registration date of 1941 as valid its likely a Morrison Electrics chassis with its original body or possibly rebodied later.

Brush four-wheeled battery electric vehicles first appeared in 1946/7; CM Archive & Brush.eu History The Smith's Electric Vehicles started as Smiths-NCB in 1948/9; 'History of Electric Cars' By Nigel Burton

Pre-WWII milk floats and delivery vans were from Morrison Electrics, Electricar, Ereeash, Metrovick, Midland, Murphy, Sunbeam, Victor and Wilson-Electric (also others not found?).

My guess would be a 1941 Morrison Electrics (Morrison-Electricar being formed in 1946).
2017-01-06 21:01
1940 unknown Milk Float
Ethel & Ernest (2016)
dsl wrote Late 1940 plate - slightly surprising for a milk float to be registered during WW2??


Unlike petrol or diesel engined vehicles, the manufacture of electric vehicles was positively promoted during WWII. Local delivery of foods, other than milk, and mobile shops (if local shops were bomb damaged) were also based on the 'Milk Float' design.

It may have been partly this that resulted in electric milk float development being so advanced that they became so accepted in Britain. Their range and reliability were ideal for local town work.
2017-01-06 13:00
1949 Fordson 10cwt Van Flatbed conversion [E83W]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: series5ep5-442_2212.jpg]

Episode 5.04 00:42:12 [*][*]
2017-01-06 12:28
1951 Sunbeam-Talbot 90 Drophead Coupé [Series II]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: series5ep5-404_449.jpg] [Image: series5ep5-443_0312.jpg]
ep. 5.04

Previously seen briefly in ep. 3.02 00:40:24 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene
[Image: fbrownseries3ep20-40-24.jpg]
[Image: fbrownseries3ep20-40-05.jpg]

dsl wrote I can't split 1948 S1 from 1950 S2 in these views (so S1 80 also possible). But it's not 1952 S2a or later as has spats


Sunbar wrote '90' visible on bonnet side I believe.

Registration not seen however a restored example found by searching looks the same if colour is correct....

http://www.flickr.com/photos/45676495@N05/15749882336/in/photostream/

(A number of 'Father Brown' vehicles seem to appear at a meeting at The National Memorial Arboretum, a 'Drive it Day' in 2013.)


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2017-01-05 14:17
1949 Bentley Mk.VI Drop Head Coupé by Park Ward [B11EW]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: series5bentlyreg23.jpg]

Registration number: 'KXH 935'

Vehicle make BENTLEY
Date of first registration November 1949
Year of manufacture 1949
Cylinder capacity (cc) 4257 cc
CO₂Emissions Not available
Fuel type PETROL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour NOT STATED
2017-01-05 12:53
1945 Jaguar unknown [Mk.IV]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
'739 ??G' or similar registration number for future reference as it may reappear later in the series or be found elsewhere. 2017-01-05 12:44
1945 Jaguar unknown [Mk.IV]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: rr3_25.jpg] [Image: rr2.jpg]

The car following the Rolls-Royce.

[Image: ep5_1.jpg]

edit: with a Jaguar 'leaping cat' on radiator

-- Last edit: 2017-01-04 14:23:56
2017-01-04 14:04
1954 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn [SPG53]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
https://www.classicdriver.com/en/car/rolls-royce/silver-dawn/1954/134296

1954 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn
previously owned by Dirk Bogarde
Coys Auction - Blenheim Palace 14 July 2012

Estimate: GBP30,000 - GBP38,000
Registration Number: YPP 360
Chassis Number: SPG 53

Colour: Black
2017-01-04 13:57
1954 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn [SPG53]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: rr13_43.jpg]

Vehicle Registration 'YPP360'
Vehicle make ROLLS ROYCE
Date of first registration May 1954
Year of manufacture 1954
Cylinder capacity (cc) 4566 cc
CO₂Emissions Not available
Fuel type PETROL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour BLUE
2017-01-04 13:35
1950 Wolseley 6/80
Father Brown (2013-2017)
LGT 174 is back in ep5.02, including an interior shot during a car chase...

[Image: series5ep237_3922.jpg] [Image: series5ep237_1918.jpg] [Image: series5ep236_2311.jpg]
2017-01-04 13:23
1952 Daimler 2½ Litre Special Sports Barker Drophead Coupé [DB18]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Possibly the same vehicle, with the blue-over-grey paintwork, seen here /vehicle.php?id=694170#Comment2075581 ? 2017-01-04 13:09
1951 Daimler 2½ Litre Special Sports Barker Drophead Coupé [DB18]
Love in Limbo (1993)
Possibly the same vehicle, with the blue-over-grey paintwork, seen here /vehicle_991497-Daimler-21-2-Litre-Special-Sports-DB18-1952.html ? 2017-01-04 13:08
1952 Daimler 2½ Litre Special Sports Barker Drophead Coupé [DB18]
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: ep22_22.jpg]

Vehicle Registration 'EVG779'
Vehicle make DAIMLER
Date of first registration April 1952
Year of manufacture 1952
Cylinder capacity (cc) 2522 cc
CO₂Emissions Not available
Fuel type PETROL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour GREY
2017-01-04 12:34
1956 Jaguar XK 140 FHC
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: ep212_57reg.jpg] [Image: ep25_35.jpg] [Image: ep239_50.jpg] [Image: ep237_14.jpg]

Vehicle Registration 'WKO 5'
Vehicle make JAGUAR
Date of first registration January 1956
Year of manufacture 1956
Cylinder capacity (cc) 3442 cc
CO₂Emissions Not available
Fuel type PETROL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour WHITE

-- Last edit: 2017-01-04 12:29:19
2017-01-04 12:28
1956 Wallis & Steevens Advance Diesel Road Roller
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: series5ep237_3421.jpg] [Image: series5ep237_18a17.jpg]

https://www.flickr.com/photos/chrisbell50000/8142497582

Vehicle Registration 'POR996'
Vehicle make WALLIS & STEEVENS
Date of first registration June 1956
Year of manufacture 1956
Cylinder capacity (cc) 3610 cc
CO₂Emissions Not available
Fuel type DIESEL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour GREEN
2017-01-04 12:09
1936 Standard Flying Twenty
Father Brown (2013-2017)
^Although some effort is made to hide the different registration number on the later 1938 Flying Twenty used in the same chase scene, the smoother waterfall grille is fairly obvious when the car finally stops.

[Image: series5ep237_4724.jpg] [Image: series5ep237_4323.jpg] [Image: series5ep237_2520.jpg]
2017-01-04 11:58
1938 Standard Flying Twenty
Father Brown (2013-2017)
Also seen in episode 5.02

[Image: series5ep237_4724.jpg] [Image: series5ep237_4323.jpg] [Image: series5ep237_2520.jpg]

00:37:47 [*][*][*] however it replaces this vehicle halfway through the scene in a car chase /vehicle.php?id=991417
2017-01-03 22:56
1936 Standard Flying Twenty
Father Brown (2013-2017)
[Image: ep213_25reg.jpg]

Standard BDU772
Date of first registration December 1936
Year of manufacture 1936
Cylinder capacity (cc) 2663 cc
CO₂Emissions Not available
Fuel type PETROL Export marker
No Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour BLACK
2017-01-03 22:53
1988 Toyota Corolla Sport Coupe SR5 [AE92]
Dick Francis: In the Frame (1989)
[Image: 12_30coupecan2jpg.jpg] [Image: 12_30coupecan.jpg]

Thumbnails added (from youtube) for possible information/idenitfication, location Canada.

-- Last edit: 2016-12-27 17:46:38
2016-12-27 17:42
1934 Ransomes NU3 Electric Truck 2-Ton
I'm All Right Jack (1959)
Not a Greenwood & Batley 'Greenbat' but a 1934 Ransomes NU3 Electric Truck 2-Ton

[Image: ransomestruck.jpg]

/vehicle_733023-Ransomes-NU3-Electric-Truck-1934.html
2016-12-26 13:46
1964 Morris Minor 1000 Convertible [ADO59]
Zhuang zhi xiong xin (1989)
Possibly the bonnet also replaced, with a part sourced from the van (without the side rib-form inline with those on the doors)? 2016-12-25 20:27

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