Vintage and classic trucks

Biglorryblog: is it a Routeman?

Graham K spotted this fine example of a Scammell at the Gatton show down under, But is it a Routeman he asks, This BLB editor thinks it is,  but lets leave it to the anorak army to give the final verdict Images copyright Graham Kircher

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Biglorryblog: Old Bedfords never die

Well they do, the venerable Bedford TK, once the workhorse of the UK transport industry  are now a very rare sight outside the restoration scene. But this ones is still hard at work grafting for its living. Spotted by TK fan Dave in Hastings Sussex.  Great original looking condition for its year.   Image copyright Dave Young

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Biglorryblog: Old Austins plod on down under

Austins at a Truck Show in Brisbane , more wheels than they need may be? But interesting says Graham K   This old Austin Is still working on the farm loved so much they have polished all the red paint off back to the primer , the number plate is Queensland farm  reg.   Great Pics as ever Graham, thanks …

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Middle-East warrior! The Mighty Leyland Marathon revisited on Biglorryblog thanks to Neil H!

Biglorryblog is forever in debt to Neil Halliwell, marketing services manager at DAF Trucks in Thame…I recently was in his company and naturally the topic turned to old trucks and Biglorryblog and Neil mentioned he had a Marathon brochure from 1973 (published by the Truck + Bus Division of British Leyland ‘The Champions of Road Transport.’) “Cor…!” says I, “Any chance of …

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