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IN A LINE OR TWO Hull spent £10,000 on keeping the roads clear for traffic during the recent cold spell.

19th February 1954
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Page 35, 19th February 1954 — IN A LINE OR TWO Hull spent £10,000 on keeping the roads clear for traffic during the recent cold spell.
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A centre of the Institute of Traffic Administration has been inaugurated at Bristol.

Messrs. Severn, coach proprietors, of Stainforth, are transferring their business to Dunscroft.

Shareholders of Armstrong Shock Absorbers, Ltd., have approved a proposal to capitalize £50,000 The London office of Thompson Bros. (Bilston), Ltd., is now at 17 Surrey Street, Strand, London, W.C.2.

Of 219 commercial vehicles newly registered in Portugal in November, 1953, 98 were British, 63 German and 32 French.

The Motor and Cycle Trades Benevolent Fund will hold their general meeting at the Connaught Rooms, London, W.C.2, on March 2.

Derby Chamber of Commerce have recommended that three bus stations be provided on the perimeter of Derby's shopping centre.

Commercial Motors (Harrow), Ltd., built the body and Normand supplied the roller shutter of the Commer Superpose van illustrated last week.

Oldham Corporation have conditionally approved a request by Charles II. Roc, Ltd., to exhibit a new bus on order for the municipality at the Commercial Motor Show in September.

North Riding Education Committee are to appeal to the Central Transport Users' Consultative• Committee against the closure of the Northallerton-Howes railway to passe,pger traffic.

The businesses of Sidcup Road Garage, 550 Sidcup Road, London, S.E.9. and that of Well Hall Road Garage, Well Hall Road. London, 4,E.9, are to be transferred on March 1 to Clifford and Co. (Sidcup), Ltd., 214-220 Main Road, Sidcup, Kent.

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