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69 More Lorries Go to Dealers

27th January 1956
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ANOTHER 35 cx-British Road Services' lorries (151 tons 1 cwt.) and four trailers have been bought by Mr. J. Regan, Chun Farm, Horsmonden, Kent. A number of these has already been resold.

Hacketts Haulage, Ltd., 229 Cross Lane, &Ilford, 5, who also deal in ex-B.R.S. vehicles, have acquired another 34 lorries (105 tons 13 cwt.) based in London and Essex.

Among new purchasers are Messrs. J. Forshaw and Son, 16 King Street,

Westhoughton, Lanes, who have brought five lorries. There are many more assignments this week.


Five articulated outfits and a lorry (162 tans) have been taken over by Lintzgarth Transport Co., Ltd., Pardend, Ormesby, near Middlesbrough, in a repeat purchase.

Other hauliers who have added to their fleets of ex-British Road Services vehicles are: Mr. W. Storey, Portare, Ackworth, near Pontefract (two lorries-5 tons 11 cwt.); Gardner Bros. (Langley Moor), Ltd., Old Pit, Framwellgate Moor, Durham (one-7 tons 6 cwt.); Messrs. Smart and Cardella, (one-5 tons); and Baxters Road Services, Ltd., Ayton Warehouses. Pandon, Newcastle upon Tyne (an articulated outfit —3 tons 9 cwt.).

Lintzgarth Transport have also taken over two lorries (5 tons 4 cwt.) from Mr. E. Crabtree. County Garage, Trinity Lane, Ripon.

Mr. E. Waters, 84 St. Mary's Avenue, Monkseaton, has sold more vehicles, two (6 tons), going to Mr. J. R. Adams, Back Union Road, Newcastle upon Tyne. 6; one (2 tons 18 cwt.) to Wm. Brunskill and Son (Transport), Ltd., Central Garage, George Street, Bishop Auckland; one (22 tons) to Messrs. William Hamilton and Sons, 13 Cedric Crescent, Sunderland; one (18 cwt.) to Messrs. T. Watson and Son, Victory Garage, Bishop Auckland; and six (17 tons 12 cwt.) to MePhees (Newcastle), Ltd„ Ford Street Garage, City Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1. Mr. Waters has, in turn, taken over a lorry (4 tons) from Mr. T. McAloon, Witton Garage, Witton Gilbert.

Mr. E. W. Dougherty. 10 Cuba Street, Sunderland, has transferred a lorry (2 tons 18 cwt.) to Messrs. Dougherty Bros., of the same address; Mr. J. H. Lemon, Hill House, Arnside, Westmorland, one (2 tons 19 cwt.) to Pearson (Hauliers). Ltd., Brooklands, Peririth; Mr. E. A. Trippitt, Station Garage, Arnside, •Westmorland, one (3 tons) to Mr. J. W. A. Stamper, Brooklands, Penrith; and Messrs. Elliotts Transport Services, 24 Edward Street, Durham, one (2 tons 19 cwt.) to Messrs. Wise and Sample, 10 South Street, West Rainton, Fencehouses.

Messrs. Chambers and Holiday, Garden Street, Darlington, have exchanged a lorry (3 tons 13 cwt.) for one weighing 3 tons 4 cwt. with Mr. A. Kell, 203 Clifton Road, Darlington.

NORTH-WEST A first purchase involving five lorries (151 (ons) has been made by Messrs. J, Forshaw and Son, 16 King Street, Westhoughton.

J. and A. Smith of Maddiston, Ltd., Manuelrigg Garage, Maddiston by Falkirk, have acquired a lorry (8 tons) based at Bryn. near Wigan.

J. W. Ratcliffe and Sons, Ltd., Ashton1n-Makerfield, have transferred two lorries, one (31 tons) going to Mr. K. Johnson, 19 Stonecross Lane, Lowton, and one

(4 tons) to Messrs. T. and H. Singleton, 54 School Lane, Skelmersdale; W. G. W. Haulage Co., address not known, one

(4 tons) to Mr. R. H. Mawdsley, 820 Liverpool Road, Ainsdale, Southport; Heywood -Motors, Ltd.; Birch Garage, Heywood, one (31 tons) to Sivewright Transport and Storage, Ltd., Ship Canal House, King Street, Manchester, 2; and Hacketts Haulage, Ltd., 229 Cross Lane, Salford, three (10 tons) to Mr. V. J. Grange, 124 Bridge Street, Peterborough.

YORKSHIRE J. H. Tomlinson (Transport), Ltd., 1 Watford Road, Leeds, 9, have bought another three lorries; T. V. Pickering (Haulage), Ltd., 98 Middle Street South, Driffield, one; and Archbolds. (Storage), Ltd., 88 Jack Lane, Leeds, one.

Mr. J. T. Smith, 22 Franklyn Drive, Staveley, near Chesterfield, has taken over a lorry from Hacketts Haulage, Ltd., 229 Cross Lane, Salford ; Castle Bros. (Hauliers), Ltd., 245 Elland Road, Leeds, 11, one from Ackworth Transport Co., Ltd., 92 Wakefield Road, Ackworth; W. and G. Firley (Transport), Ltd., Woodman House Garage, New Lane, Bradford, one from Mr. W. A. C. Pearson, 524 Ropley Lane, Bradford; Messrs. H. Booth, Knowle Road, Golcar, Huddersfield, one from Wescol (Bradford), Ltd., Deanstones Lane, Queensbury, Bradford ; Mr. E. Hinchcliffe, 23 Carr Lane, Cleekhea ton, one from Chapmans (Huddersfield). Ltd., Leeds Road, Huddersfield; T. Rodwell and Son, Ltd., Woodside Garage, Wombwell, three from Wilde and Bennett, Ltd., 73 Station Road, Hadfield, Manchester: Mr. J. W. Newham, 53 Park Grove. Hull, one from Mr. J. B. Kay, 51 Queensgate. Hull ; Mr. E. Blevvitt, 63 Pinfold Lane. Methley, Leeds, one from Messrs. Blewitt and Clarke, 16 St. Martins' Grove, Cutsyke, near Castleford; and H. arid B. Johnson (Haulage), Ltd., Grape Street, Leeds, 10, three from Messrs. H. and B. Johnson, of the same address.


Direct purchases have been made by Mr. R. G. Bassett, Grayswood, Tittensor, of a vehicle (3 tons); Messrs. Marshall's Transport, Manorside, High Street, Badsey, near Evesham, one (21 tons): Mr. R. E. G. Mason, 70 Pastures Hill, Littleover, Derbyshire, two (111 tons); Mr. G. Richardson, 100 Dudley Road East, Oldbury, two (82 tons); and Mr. A. Smith, 255 Lawley Street, Birmingham, 4, one (1 ton).

Mr. Smith has also taken over a lorry (3 tons) from Gee's Transport Services (Coven), Ltd., Coven Heath, near Wolverhampton, who have also transferred a lorry (3 tons) to Mr. W. S. Brown, Lynton, Wolseley Road, Rugeley.

Other assignments authorized by the West Midland Licensing Authority are a lorry (21 tons) to Mr. F. W. Ball, 86.a. Arnold Road. Shirley, near Birmingham, by Messrs.T. Weathcrhogg and Son (Transport). 152 Amington Road, Yardley; one (3 tons) to F. Machin, Waterloo Road, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent, by Mr. B. M. Johnson, 75 Victoria Park Road, Tunstall; one (3 tons) to Messrs. J. Peatfield, 40 Stone Road, Stafford, by Mr. L. Gleave, Audlem, near Crewe; one (3 tons) to

D. C. Phillips (Transport), Ltd., 11-21 Norwood Road, Birmingham, 9, by Messrs. Payne's Transport, 151 Turnberry Road. Great Barr, Birmingham; one (5 tons) to Messrs. R. N. Rimell and Son, 10 Blanquettes Avenue, Worcester, by Western Transport, Ltd., 75 Feeder Road, Bristol, 2: one (3 tons) to C. J. Ruddock Services, Ltd., 154 Common Lane, Sheldon, Birmingham, 26, by Messrs. E. and J. Davis, Stockwell Road, Handsworth. Birmingham; two (111 tons) to Wescol (Bradford). Ltd., Trinity Lane. Ripon, by Coppice Garage, Ltd., Watling Street. Dordon. near Tamworth; a trailer to J.

a Hart and Sons, Ltd., Woodhouse Garage, Biddolph. Stoke-on-Trent, by Cables' Transport, Ltd.; London, S.E.10; and a

trailer to Entress Transport, Ltd., Gorseinon, Swansea, by Messrs. Phillips' Road Service, Holmer Road, Hereford.


A further four lorries (12 tons) have been acquired by Mr. E. Tucker, 81 Hamilton Road, Taunton.

Repeat purchases have also been made by A. D. Forsey (Transport), Ltd., Ricketts Lane Works, Worle, of two lorries (6 tons 4 cwt.), and Watchet Transport Co., Watchet, one (3 tons).


Hacketts Haulage, Ltd., 229 Cross Lane, Salford, 5, have acquired another 34 lorries and five trailers in this area. Thirty of the lorries (93 tons 4 cwt.) and the trailers are based in London, and the other four lorries (12 tons 9 cwt.) in Purfleet. Mr. P. Gleeson, 51 St. Augustines Road, London, N.W.1, has acquired a lorry (5 tons 3 cwt.), and Mr. H. G. Sweetland; 66 Drewstead Road, London, S.W.I6. one (2 tons 1 cwt.).

Mr. J. Regan,Chun Farm, Horsmonden, has been granted special A licences for another 35 lorries (151 tons 1 cwt.) and four trailers. A number of these has already been transferred, three (19 tons 13 cwt.) going to Mr. Si Anderson, Wilson Road Garage, Newhouse; one (3 tons 9 cwt.) to Messrs. Bowden Transport, 108a Warner Road, London, 5.E.5: one (2 tons 19 cwt.) to Mr. W. J. Porter. 51 Rectory Square, London, E.1; one

(3 tons 2 cwt.) to Mr. D. M. Smith (Transport), Ltd., 186 Stewarton Street, Wishaw; and four (30 tons 6 cwt.) to Oswald Transport, Ltd., The Garage, Trabboch, Ayrshire.

Two lorries (7 tons) assigned by Mr. P. Regan, also of Chun Farm, Horsmonden, to Whalebone Motors. Ltd., 239-241 High Road, Chadwell Heath. have now been transferred to Messrs. Grimwoods Transport, Hampton Road, West Croydon.

Comberhill Motors, Ltd., Olympia Garage, Ings Road, Wakefield, have transferred a lorry (2 tons 13 cwt.) to Porter Hill, Ltd.. Union Wharf, Orchard Place, London, E.4, and one (2 tons 18 cwt.) to R.N. Transport (Cosy Coaches), Ltd., 12 Cherry Orchard, Staines; Mr. J. H. Sparshatt, London Road, Hilsea, Portsmouth, one (3 tons) to Map Trading and Transport Co., Ltd.. 1-3 St. Paul's Churchyard, London, E.C.4; and Mr. L. Levy, 343 North Circular Road, London, N.13. three (4 tons 4 cwt.) to Mr. V. E. Robinson, 45 Felstead Avenue, Barkingside, Ilford.

Mr. L. Heatley (Thometts Depository), 79 Craven Park Road, London, N.W.10, has transferred eight lorries (19 tona 15 cwt.) to L, Heatley and Co., Ltd. (Thometts Depository), of the same address.

Thirteen lorries, (321 tons) taken over in earlier purchases by Mr. J. Wood, 4 Oakwood Avenue, London. N.I4, have now been transferred to S. Wood and Son. Ltd., 260-262 John Street, London. E.C.1.

Central Garage (Bathgate), Ltd., George Place, Bathgatc. Scotland. have transferred five lorries, based in London. Three (8 tons 19 cwt.) have gone to Road Services (Caledonian), Ltd., Leafield Road, Dumfries; one (3 tons) to Messrs. Smith and Evans, 7 Emma Terrace. London. E.11; and one (3 tons) to Mr. R. Ward, 31a Ravenscourt Road, London, W.6.

Mr. E. G. Fitch, 394 Old Ford Road. London, E.3, has had a lorry (3 tons) transferred to him by Mr_ R. Hilton, 138 Vauxhall Walk, London, S.E.I1. R. Hilton and Co., 1 Hawthorn House. St. Donatts Road, London, S.E.14, have assigned a lorry (2 tons 12 cwt.) to Mr. G. Malyon, 70 Chargeable Street, London, E.16.

Mr. F. A. Wiltshire. 72 Circuit Lane, Reading, has transferred a lorry (3 tons) to H. W. Dines and Co., Merton, Bicester. A29

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