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  • Classic vehicle models

    Classic vehicle models

    Chris Graham on 14th January 2021

    Graham Dungworth shares some winter-themed photographs of his amazing dioramas, featuring classic vehicle models from yesteryear. Classic vehicle models: On a bright morning following a snowy night, the driver of this Mercedes-Benz Unimog, NFW,172V (Lincoln, 1980) pauses to chat to…

  • British lorries in Malta

    British lorries in Malta

    Chris Graham on 20th December 2020

    Carl Johnson brings us a great selection of photographs he took of the most interesting British lorries still operating in Malta during the 1990s. British lorries in Malta: A work-worn Guy Big J6 concrete mixer of Cement Mix, which is…

  • 1971 Atkinson Searcher reborn

    1971 Atkinson Searcher reborn

    Chris Graham on 18th October 2020

    Rod Richards’ painstakingly-restored and beautifully-presented 1971 Atkinson Searcher truly is a wonder to behold, as Bob Tuck discovers

  • Two highland classics

    Two highland classics

    Chris Graham on 7th September 2020

    Sandy Arbuthnott, from Aberdeenshire, comes from a long line of haulage contractors. Bob Weir went to Torphins to see his two highland classics.

  • Rare Austin Gipsy

    Rare Austin Gipsy

    Chris Graham on 1st September 2020

    Not many 1958 vehicles can claim to have had one owner from new, but Brian Culpan tracked down and Austin Gipsy, that most certainly has.

  • China clay classics

    China clay classics

    Chris Graham on 7th August 2020

    Here's another evocative collection of photographs taken of China clay classics – lorries at Par and other Cornish ports, from David Vaughan.

  • The last years of Leyland

    The last years of Leyland

    Chris Graham on 10th June 2020

    Peter Davies takes a fascinating look back at the final years of Leyland Trucks, from the 1960s to the company’s takeover by DAF in 1987.

  • Historic commercial workshop scenes

    Historic commercial workshop scenes

    Chris Graham on 29th May 2020

    Mike Forbes brings you a fascinating selection of historic commercial workshop scenes from the Chris Hodge Stilltime Collection.

  • The Scammell Contractor remembered

    The Scammell Contractor remembered

    Chris Graham on 31st January 2020

    Bob Tuck takes a look back at one of Watford’s finest, the Scammell Contractor, and discovers it was far more versatile than its bigger crew-cab offspring.

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