|ERF ES8 with 265hp looks to be a fine 3 axle tipper, but unfortunately we never saw this model in NZ.|
|Likewise the 4x2 ES6 with 210hp.|
|Killingbecks of Blackburn were avid users of trucks with the big"A" on the grille.|
This grille also carries a Gardner badge and a silver knight badge from an Atkinson of an earlier era.
|ERF E series of Fernwood Transport from Watnall in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire.|
Fernwood was established in 1983 and as well as bulk haulage they also have a division supplying pre-packed coal and another division specializing in road maintenance.
|E14 ERF of Woodbrow Bulk Liquids.|
|6x6 S24 Scammell doing what Scammells do best.|
|IVECO Ford 30-25. Although this cab was used on NZ models with both IVECO and Fiat badges, I don't recall seeing many configured as 8 wheelers.|
|Exonia European from Exeter is the operator of this IVECO 190-30.|
|Smart little artic on a Leyland-DAF chassis.|
|Kit-Kats are known internationally. Rowntrees had their own trucks for distribution.|
Rowntre/Mackintosh is now part of Nestle.
|The high mounted cab of the DAF 3600 (or similar 3300) was the first models of DAF we saw in NZ, but usually in tandem drive of course.|
|This Ford Cargo appears to be running as a ballasted tractor. As this photo was among fairground vehicle photos, I am guessing that this is also a fairground/circus vehicle and the ballast probably provided by a large generator.|