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    Now I love trucks, and the older and more knackered they are the better, an early set of through the mist of a winters Sunday morning found me wandering amongst these old relics:

    Scammell Contractor:



    Euclid Tractor:


    Foden S39 cab:





    Lights:


    Cab:


    Scammell Constructor:


    Signage:


    Rusty bonnet of a Russian tipper:


    Scammell Contractor:


    Honk honk:


    Coupling bar:


    Engine goodness:


    Lovely Jubbly
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/45100355@N04/

    The revery alone will do, if bees are few.

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    Fabulous stuff, TK. Great pics...love the tractor and the signage. Yum.
    "...If we lose our spiritual bond with the land they'll be nothing left of us as a nation..." Phil Rickman.

    I can't read and I can't write, but that don't really matter,
    I come from the west country and I can drive a tractor.


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    Excellent. You cant beat old rusty trucks. I like the Euclid, I think I was about 5 years old the last time I saw a Euclid. Nice one!

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    Excellent pictures. Great find. I really love the old rusty trucks.
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    have you got any other pics of the Foden S39?

    cheers

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    How do Woody, your wish is my command:





    Nice wagon, but it might even be an S24, I will have to check.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/45100355@N04/

    The revery alone will do, if bees are few.

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    looks like a s36?

    thanks for the pics

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    Fantastic pics, I do like the old wagons. There used to be a few old lorry sites down this way like that, but most were cleared in the `90s.


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