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  1. Runflat

    Karrier WDS

    At one time it looked as if it was to be restored with a period removals box? I take it that is no longer an option?
  2. It's only taken 10 years to find a photo - but at long last... Hope it's worth the wait!
  3. Runflat

    Karrier WDS

    Indeed - and hard to find. Some WD / ex-WD Karriers, including the 5 ton chain drive type. If only one of these could be put on for every tube strike!
  4. Runflat

    Karrier WDS

    Some adverts (Part 2/2)
  5. Runflat

    Karrier WDS

    Some adverts (Part 1/2)
  6. Runflat

    Karrier WDS

    Some reports from Motor Traction Karrier report 1.pdf Karrier report 2.pdf
  7. Runflat

    Karrier WDS

    Parts book and sales catalogue:
  8. Runflat

    Karrier WDS

    Hey, it's broken cover at last. One of my favourite WW1 3 tonners. Ex Sutcliffe at one stage. You'll probably know of the other (incomplete) chassis:
  9. Hi Bob. It's a Sunbeam 16 hp. Many were built by Rover, as Rover-Sunbeams.
  10. Yes, and the Commer posted earlier donated by the Jamaica Mutual Life Association Society is probably "CUN 353". Both photos are excellent finds.
  11. Reattached: Ministry of Food QMC fleet.pdf Ministry of Food QMC donors.pdf
  12. A few miles down the road from Hughenden Manor is Danesfield House at Medmenham, which was one of the main photographic interpretation centres during the war receiving film direct from nearby RAF Benson. There can't be many of these scopes around.
  13. The IWM list this image as taken by an Australian photographer, so your best bet will be the Australian War Memorial: https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205193432 https://www.awm.gov.au/ You may also like this picture, which is from the British official collection https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205235910 Edit: Err, maybe not the last as it shows POWs. Could also ask the IWM about the first picture to see if they can help. I suspect at a cost though.
  14. How does this compare? (IWM photo CL 151)
  15. Agree WOT1 but not sure this is a balloon winch. Possibly a fire tender.
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