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1984 Wales & Edwards Quartermaster Milk float

1984 Wales & Edwards Quartermaster in Between The Lines, TV Series, 1992-1994 IMDB Ep. 1.06

Class: Others, Ground conveyor — Model origin: UK

1984 Wales & Edwards Quartermaster Milk float

Position 00:02:04 [*] Background vehicle

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dsl SX

2016-11-14 23:08

[Image: 01-04float.jpg]

Registration A723 GPB
Make W+E
Fuel Type Electric
✗ Untaxed Tax due: 01 April 2009
MOT No results returned
Vehicle make W+E
Date of first registration 02 April 1984
Year of manufacture 1984
Cylinder capacity (cc) 0 cc
Fuel type ELECTRICITY Export marker
No Vehicle status Not taxed
Vehicle colour GREEN
Wheelplan 2 AXLE RIGID BODY - :think: so likely to be 4-wheeler??
Revenue weight 3665kg

This ep is genuinely filmed in New Brighton/Wirral/Liverpool, so unlikely to be same float as /vehicle.php?id=976515 in London; none of the other vehicles in this ep appear in any London ep. Plus this one seems shorter - maybe 4-5 milk crates load bed compared to 7 on that London one

Sunbar UK

2016-11-16 19:58

I would say its a more common Rangemaster, the earlier Four-Forty and 1980s Quartermaster (both four wheelers) must be a lot more rare.

The load area can be the same on both 7 long x 4 wide - 28 crates per layer.

The two axles I guess equally applies to the three wheeled vehicles?

However the DVLA revenue weight 3665kg (3.6 tons) possibly could apply to the Quartermaster the lightest Rangemaster being 3.5 tons...
There is nothing to comfirm it visibly here; the load area and offset rear window are the same.

dsl SX

2016-11-17 01:11

Compare how DVLA have entered this Rangemaster tricycle
Registration number: C847 TLF
Vehicle make W+E
Wheelplan 3 WHEEL
Revenue weight 3500kg

Plus "W&E felt [in the mid-1960s]that the maximum payload for their three-wheeled float was 30 cwt, and ...... bigger payloads required a four-wheeled float" from wiki.

Agree nothing visible in these captures or onscreen to choose 3 or 4 wheels and DVLA not necessarily reliable in these sorts of esoteric gubbins, but 3665kg = 72cwt, so I think the info is pushing this as a 4-wheeler. (Although that highlights the C847 TLF figure of 3500kg as iffy, unless W+E were building better tricycles by the 1980s).

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