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Discussion in 'Everything Else Heritage' started by Victor, May 22, 2020.

  1. Victor

    Victor Part of the furniture Friend

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    Happy days.
    An old Mk3 AEC Mamouth Major with a 4000 gallon spirit tank on. After most of a working life running up and down those ladders my leg joints are shot to hell. As for the cab, I used to be able to leap in and out like young gazelle, nowadays I doubt I could get mounted even with the help of a Stannah stair lift.:)
     
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    Did you name any of your wagons ?
     
  3. Victor

    Victor Part of the furniture Friend

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    If they weren't working right I gave them quite a few names......................but not repeatable.:D
     
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    My old Dad said something like that about a Standard Sentinel Steam Waggon, before the end of that particular rally season it appeared with a brass plate bearing the name 'Unrepeatable'
     

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