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1967 Austin LD 'Black Maria'
The Goodies (1970-1981)
Possibly Austin style grille common to both Austin & Morris on or before 1966? 2014-07-28 20:34
1966 Austin LD 'Black Maria'
Il marchio di Kriminal (1968)
Possibly Austin style grille common to both Austin & Morris on or before 1966? 2014-07-28 20:33
1968 Morris LD Royal Mail
The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer (1970)
A good point 'rattle on', if so the common Austin > Austin & Morris grille is on or before 1966.


1966 Morris LD as reported but badge not seen.
http://ccmv.aecsouthall.co.uk/p1062567003/h3aa9c3d2#h1cae463b

Preserved vehicle (badge visible).
http://ccmv.aecsouthall.co.uk/p1062567003/h3aa9c3d2#h3aa9c3d2
2014-07-28 20:28
1972 Bedford TK
Power Rangers Dino Thunder (2004-2005)
By between 1982-1985 the TK was virtually replaced by the TL except for the 4x4 versions MK and MJ made by Bedford and AWD.

This one I guess is after 1972 bold white grille lettering.
2014-07-28 19:44
1942 Huber 8-Ton Road Roller
The Island (1952)
mike962 wrote ^ SOLVED !!!! perfect match


but wonder why Britain actually needed any rollers...



Probably building the many US Airforce bases during WWII?

http://www.urbanghostsmedia.com/2009/09/deserted-air-force-bases/


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2014-07-28 17:15
1957 Bedford RL
Scream... and Die! (1974)
Bedford C-type grille so later model RL.

Possibly civilian RL 4x4 rather than RAF as gloss finish to paintwork.

Army also did without the chrome but in RAF use probably less important for camouflage needs.

http://ccmv.aecsouthall.co.uk/p311606506/h32dbc5cb#h2797081e

edit: If its in the scrapyard its probably a wrecker or recovery vehicle so repainted and to some extent restored. Its previous life is probably ex-military but not definitely.

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2014-07-28 10:17
1933 Scammell Mechanical Horse
Stage Fright (1950)
Introduced as Scammell Mechanical Horse three-ton in June 1933 the six ton version in production by 1934. It was referred to as being very popular by November 1935.

The prototype was developed as both 2-ton and 4-ton therefore its likely the 6-ton production model was made within a few months of the June 1933 introduction.
The cab was identical between 3 and 6-ton only the wheelbase and behind the cab engine size being larger on the 6-ton.

1933 Mechanical Horse MH3 3-Ton 8ft w/base 1125cc 10hp (RAC)
1934 Mechanical Horse MH6 6-Ton 9ft 3in w/base 2043cc 15hp (RAC)

From Scammell manual for the Mechanical Horse & Trivan.

http://www.commercialmotor.com/big-lorry-blog/brian-httpwwwroadtransportcomb


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2014-07-27 17:38
1933 Scammell Mechanical Horse
The Singing Street (1952)
Prototype Novermber 1932 with introduction production version of the Scammell Mechanical Horse June 1933

"A 3-ton Articulated Five wheeler incorporating tractive and trailing Units, coupled by an ingenious and automatically operated mechanism...On its original introduction at the Scottish Show in November last (1932), the Scammell Mechanical horse, as it is designated by its maker, Scammell Lorries, Ltd., Watford, aroused considerable interest. Since that date, however, the early design has been considerably improved, an extension of the Scammell works has been built and equipped for its manufacture at the estimated rate of 25 per week, aud, in its latest form, the machine is now in full production."

Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"
2014-07-27 16:09
1958 Bedford CAS Mk2
À coeur joie (1967)
Mk2 grille and shallow windscreen.

It does not look like a Martin Walter conversion to me could me a lesser known minibus conversion.
2014-07-27 14:42
AEC Regent III RT
À coeur joie (1967)
I cannot prove it for sure, but I believe it is possible this is a Leyland RTW.

Its only an idea but to me the rear window's width on the lower deck looks wider than expected compared to the veicle width?

Otherwise if we cannot decide best to default to an AEC chassis as the most likely. Also if it cannot reasonably be proved differently, if it has all the features of an AEC then it can be descibed as such.
2014-07-27 14:04
1933 Scammell 15-ton 8-wheel articulated truck
Berth 24 (1950)
1930s rather than 1940s.

It appears to be a 1933 Scammell 8-wheel articulated 15-ton truck (Scammell made the complete unit) with Gardener 6LW engine.

http://www.gracesguide.co.uk/File:Im1933EnV156-p484.jpg
http://archive.commercialmotor.com/page/8th-november-1935/184
2014-07-26 20:46
1933 Scammell 15-ton 8-wheel articulated truck
Berth 24 (1950)
EJW 540 or EJM 540 possibly from here and /vehicle_723450.html 2014-07-26 18:26
1939 Morris-Commercial CVF 6-Ton
Iskelmäprinssi (1991)
CV = normal control
CVF = forward control

A few features in common with CVF.
2014-07-26 17:02
1949 Scammell Mechanical Horse
Berth 24 (1950)
Therefore just before the Scarab was introduced... 2014-07-26 16:13
1936 Hillman Minx Magnificent
Berth 24 (1950)
1936 as listed on other appearances. 2014-07-26 13:51
1948 Commer Q4 Superpoise
Berth 24 (1950)
Commer Superpoise wheels, front wing and lower cab door looks right. 2014-07-26 13:47
1937 Morris-Commercial LC
Berth 24 (1950)
1937-52 Morris Commercial LC 25-30cwt truck or CV 1½-2 ton truck short wheelbase. 2014-07-26 13:42
1938 Morris-Commercial CV
The Quatermass Xperiment (1955)
http://ccmv.aecsouthall.co.uk/p265527439/h70904DBA#h70904dba

Morris Commercial CV short wheelbase
2014-07-26 13:38
1948 Morris-Commercial CV
The Titfield Thunderbolt (1953)
LC (Light Commercial) was 30cwt, 15-25cwt & 25-35cwt

CV as here probably a 1½-2 Ton or 2½-3 Ton truck
2014-07-26 13:34
1937 Morris-Commercial CV
Los hampones (1955)
LC (Light Commercial) was 30cwt, 15-25cwt & 25-35cwt

CV as here probably a 1½-2 Ton or 2½-3 Ton truck
2014-07-26 13:31
1937 Morris-Commercial CV
Romulus, My Father (2007)
CV 1½-2 Ton or 2½-3 Ton truck 2014-07-26 13:29
1953 Morris-Commercial NV
Jaguar (1967)
LC (Light Commercial) was 30cwt, 15-25cwt & 25-35cwt

NV as here was 3-ton & 5-ton normal control chassis.

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2014-07-26 13:20
1937 Morris-Commercial CV 3½ Ton truck
Hue and Cry (1947)
Morris-Commercial CV 1937-52, probably 1939 3½ Ton long w/base truck

LC (Light Commercial) was 30cwt, 15-25cwt & 25-35cwt
2014-07-26 13:03
1945 Morris-Commercial CV 3-3½ Ton truck
Serious Charge (1959)
Morris-Commercial CV 1937-52, probably 1945-52 3-3½ Ton truck

Sep-39 2 Ton short & long w/base
Sep-39 2½ Ton short & long w/base
Sep-39 3½ Ton short & long w/base

Dec-45 1½-2 Ton truck & tipper
Dec-45 2½-3 Ton tipper short w/base
Dec-45 2½-3 Ton truck
Dec-45 3-3½ Ton truck
Dec-45 5-Ton forward control Truck

The LC series was the Morris-Commercial LC (Light Commercial) 30cwt, 15-25cwt & 25-35cwt

Sep-39 30cwt short & long w/base

Dec-45 15-20cwt van
Dec-45 25-30cwt van & truck
2014-07-26 12:59
1939 Commer Q3 Superpoise 3-Ton
La mémoire courte (1963)
Introduced April 1939, long wheelbase here 153" 2014-07-25 20:04
1949 Commer Q15 Superpoise 15 cwt
Radio tekee murron (1951)
April 1939-1949 Q15 Superpoise 15cwt 120" wheelbase

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2014-07-25 19:58
1945 Commer Q4 Superpoise 6-8 Ton Street Sprayer
From Scotland with Love (2014)
...also a Q4 Superpoise 6-8 ton tractor unit. 2014-07-25 18:44
1939 Commer Q2 Superpoise
From the Sea to the Land Beyond (2012)
April 1939 - 1949 for Q25 to Q6 Superpoise range.

This one is the 120" normal (not long) wheelbase Q2 2-Ton Q3 3-Ton or Q4 4-5 Ton here.
2014-07-25 18:39
1939 Commer Q4 Superpoise
The Ladykillers (1955)
Long wheelbase 153" therefore Superpoise Q3 3-Ton, Q4 4-5 Ton or Q6 6 Ton.

The lighter versions are normal for these high-capacity vans.
2014-07-25 18:31
1945 Commer Q4 Superpoise Tractor - Hands trailer 6-8 Ton
Berth 24 (1950)
June 1945 Commer Q4 Superpoise 6-8 Ton articulated tractor with Hands trailer outfit.


Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"
2014-07-25 18:22
1965 Commer CB Maxiload
One Day In Irvine (1971)
Introduced September 1964 Commer C-series Maxiload by the wider mudguards 1965 onwards

1965 CB, 1966 CC or 1970 CE.
2014-07-24 20:22
1950 AEC Regent III RT1668 Park Royal
Away for the Day (1952)
KXW314 RT1668 probably...

Link to "www.flickr.com"
2014-07-24 18:51
Hanson Torpedo Truck Crane
13 Rue Madeleine (1947)
Hanson Clutch and Machinery Company was founded in 1914 by two brothers in Tiffin, Ohio, USA.

http://tractors.wikia.com/wiki/Hanson_Clutch_and_Machinery_Co.
2014-07-24 15:06
1931 Bedford WHG 2-Ton
Where's That Fire? (1940)
1931 Bedford WHG rather than WHT

http://ccmv.aecsouthall.co.uk/p307035218/h54c66bcc#h507b3c16
2014-07-22 20:11
1934 Bedford WTH 3-Ton
World War II in Colour (2009)
Bedford WTH as I believe it has a two-piece windscreen and is short wheelbase 2014-07-22 19:53
1934 Bedford WTL 3-Ton
Every Day Except Christmas (1957)
Probably long wheelbase for produce at Covent Garden so 1934 Bedford WTL 3 ton 157" long wheelbase Truck semi-forward control. 2014-07-22 19:02
1934 Bedford WTL 3-Ton
Hue and Cry (1947)
1934 Bedford WTL 3 ton 157" long wheelbase Truck semi-forward control. 2014-07-22 19:00
1934 Bedford WTH 3-Ton
Nation on Film: Selling Cars
1934 Bedford WTH 3-ton short wheelbase Truck semi-forward control. 2014-07-22 18:57
1934 Bedford WLG 2-Ton
Every Day Except Christmas (1957)
Not WTL semi-forward control (two-piece windscreen)

Rather a 1934 Bedford WLG 2-ton 143" long wheelbase Truck (one-piece windscreen cab set back from wheelarch).
2014-07-22 18:55
1934 Bedford WTL 3-Ton
Hunted (1952)
1934 Bedford WTL 3 ton 157" long wheelbase Truck semi-forward control. 2014-07-22 18:49
1934 Bedford WTL 3-Ton
Kampfgeschwader Lützow (1941)
1934 Bedford WTL 3 ton 157" long wheelbase Truck semi-forward control. 2014-07-22 18:45
1934 Bedford WTL 3-Ton
La mémoire courte (1963)
1934 Bedford WTL 3 ton 157" long wheelbase Truck semi-forward control. 2014-07-22 18:44
1934 Bedford WTL 3-Ton
I vinti (1953)
1934 Bedford WTL 3 ton 157" long wheelbase Truck semi-forward control. 2014-07-22 18:43
1937 Bedford WTL 3 ton
The Elephant Will Never Forget (1953)
WTH = short wheelbase
WTL = long wheelbase

johnfromstaffs wrote It's a prewar Bedford short wheelbase tipper, but the type designation is a mystery to me.


Cannot be certain but the thumbnail looks to be a long wheelbase truck to me.

Length is more likely than a short wheelbase, drop-sided truck rather than a tipper I think.
2014-07-22 18:23
1937 Bedford WTL 3 ton
The Elephant Will Never Forget (1953)
1934 Bedford WTH 3 ton short wheelbase Truck semi-forward control (two-piece windscreen)

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2014-07-22 18:05
1939 Commer Q2 Superpoise
The Elephant Will Never Forget (1953)
dsl wrote Tried to get a good shot of the truck behind but this is the best - what's a "Lorry from Watford"?. There's another truck hidden behind the tram which suddenly appears as the tram turns, but too blurry/quick to capture.



Its listed here....

/vehicle_197666-Scammell-Highwayman.html
2014-07-22 17:48
1939 Commer Q2 Superpoise
The Elephant Will Never Forget (1953)
Duplcated in this documentary

/vehicle_197665-Commer-Q2-Superpoise-1938.html
2014-07-22 17:45
Freight Rover Sherpa 300
London's Burning (1988-2002)
1974 Commercial Motor
On 'Sherpa' van release in 1974

[Image: sherpaaustinmorris.jpg]

"Long Awaited Light Van from Leyland.

..the vehicles are now known by a type number rather than a name Leyland 185, 215, 220, 240 and 250. covering 13cwt to 22cwt."

http://archive.commercialmotor.com/page/13th-september-1974/89

The various models in the new Leyland light van range are to be known by a type number rather than a name. Rather surprising in view of the long and honourable Leyland tradition of denoting their models by name.

However, I hear that the new van was originally to be given the name of Sherpa because of its ability to "go up hill and down dale with the minimum of effort" but someone in the heady heights of the BL hierachy decreed against it. Hence the 185, 215 and 240 etc.

Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"

By the time of the Road Test on the diesel version in September 1985 the 'Sherpa' name was introduced.

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2014-07-22 12:07
Freight Rover Sherpa 300
London's Burning (1988-2002)
Two of some of the first vehicles I was involved in way back in about 1970. The Sherpa was code-named something like Austin 110 (memory failure -edit: correct I believe at the time it was based on the wheelbase in inches a common idea at BL) and the Bedford CF. On the sliding door versions both used the same door latches so were known as CF/110? latches and strikers from memory.

-- Last edit: 2014-07-22 12:22:25
2014-07-22 11:31
Freight Rover Sherpa 300
London's Burning (1988-2002)
:) I did not realise that the grille must have changed prior to going to Leyland DAF - I'm constantly learning new things! :lol: 2014-07-22 11:20

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