Re: Unloading Building Supplies (1936)

Philip Dove

In the UK the London Midland and Scottish railway built the bodywork for all their larger trucks before the 2nd World War. They built the trucks with an offset cab so long thin loads could be carried alongside the passe ger side of the cab. Even Ford A trucks with a covered back had a small hatch in the  cover for long loads. 

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