|A Thames Trader with a Bedford each side.|
The dog's name is Poppy, she was born on ANZAC Day.
|D series Ford, a Chevy and two Austins.|
|Inside one of the Austins.|
|Fiat and Ford.|
|Inside the Fiat.|
|Blunt nose Morris Commercial is something I've only seen in pictures previously.|
|More commonly seen as a Commer, but this one carries the Karrier name plate.|
|US trucks of the 30s had the same flowing lines as their cars.|
This is a Fargo.
|Another US truck; a Federal.|
|I loved the styling of this, but with its grill missing, I don't know what is.|
I know Guy and Thornycroft used cabs of this style.
|KM Bedford and Standard Vanguard.|
The KM still had the 6V-71 under the cab.
|The Australian Internationals were once common on our roads.|
|This shed was not in the restricted area and contained this rare Brockway.....|
|...and this White.|
|A Ford V8.|
|The headlamp arrangement on this Commer, identifies it as being one of the last of the model with this cab before the Hi-Line series was introduced.|
|Leyland Sherpa van used the old Austin/Morris J4 body with an extended snout.|
|When I started in the motor trade, these Toyota Dynas were brand new.|
|Nice old Leyland Comet with tanker can be started up, according to the mechanic..|
|This trio of Bedfords was one of the better kept offerings at the museum.|