Call our Sales Team on 0208 912 2120

The London and Glasgow Parades.

1st October 1908
Page 4
Page 4, 1st October 1908 — The London and Glasgow Parades.
Noticed an error?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it so we can fix it.

Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

The day after to-morrow (Saturday, the 3rd instant), the second parade of commercial vehicles and tractors, in connection with the Commercial Motor Users' Association's scheme for the encouragement of good and careful driving, will take place. A gratifying increase of support will be noted from the accompanying particulars of the entries, and those of our readers who desire to see examples of utility machines which have been in use for periods varying from little over a year to upwards of five years, will do well to spend half-an-hour or so on the Thames Embankment, immediately to the east of Waterloo Bridge, on this occasion. The proceedings in respect of the final marking for the appearance of the vehicles and tractors begin at 3 p.m.

So far as the Glasgow parade of Monday next, the 5th instant, is concerned, we are advised, as we go to press, that the entries have reached a total of thirty machines. If last year's total is to be beaten to any material extent, that number will have to be doubled, as we hope it may be.


Locations: Glasgow, London

comments powered by Disqus