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Scammell Highwayman with Machinery Carrier trailer pulling up the A62 at Standedge, above Marsden. A main Yorkshire - Lancashire route prior to the opening of the M62. Like so many trucks of it's time powered by the Gardner 6LW.
Geared to give a top speed of less than 30MPH hills aren't a problem.
You can't get much further north than this, the lighthouse at Ness (Nis), the Butt of the Isle of Lewis.
526 miles from base and a ferry trip from Isle of Skye to Harris and Lewis.
At a leisurely pace a 2 week round trip!
A 1931 Scammell tug with the engine, gearbox and drive axle close coupled and linked to the rear wheels by chain drives, this gave an option for different gear ratios by changing the sprocket size.
Featuring Scammell's own 4 cylinder petrol engine with a full width in cab petrol tank!
Scammell rigid 6 photographed next to Lockwood viaduct in Huddersfield.
An impressive stone structure,120 ft high, the viaduct was built in 4 years and completed in 1850.
Over the years a challenge to throw a cricket ball over it has been successfully achieved on several occasions.
A 1936 Albion tipper lorry, petrol engine, in original owners name.
Handle start and pedal controls from left to right, clutch, accelerator, brake.
Being prior to 1960 and unladened, this combination can be driven with no restrictions by a category B (car) licence holder.