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Offline afsrochester

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Re: Tipping Wagon
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2010, 17:21:36 »
Great Picture Numanfan!

I believe there is a similar photograph taken at what must be Shawstead Tip in the '50's with a tip-up depositing its load. I think it's in the Meresborough Book "Chatham in Old Photograph's."  :)

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Tipping Wagon
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2010, 22:31:00 »
This picture shows a 7 cubic yard Foden Tipping Wagon, purchased by Chatham Council in 1921.

It was used with a trailer for refuse collection in the High Street, and also used for hauling coal and road-making materials. It was sold in 1933 to someone in France. - take the journey


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