EAW040788 ENGLAND (1951). Hotels along Hannafore Road, Looe, 1951. This image has been produced from a print marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.

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Title [EAW040788] Hotels along Hannafore Road, Looe, 1951. This image has been produced from a print marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.
Reference EAW040788
Date 12-October-1951
Link
Place name LOOE
Parish LOOE
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 225686, 52850
Longitude / Latitude -4.4504348150961, 50.349112511275
National Grid Reference SX257529

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COAST ARTILLERY SEARCHLIGHT: S0008147

Al
Sunday 2nd of October 2016 08:56:48 PM
1948–1950 Austin A70 Hampshire. Most first generation A70s were Hampshire 4-door saloons, though some estate and pickup truck versions were also produced as the A70 Countryman and A70 Pick-up respectively. The 2.2 L (2199 cc) straight-4 pushrod engine provided the same power output, at 67 bhp (50 kW), as it had when installed in the earlier Austin 16 hp. The new car was nevertheless lighter and published acceleration and top speed figures were correspondingly brisker. Accelerating from 0-80 km/h (50 mph) took 14.5 seconds and the maximum speed was 83.3 mph (134.1 km/h). Production of the model ended in 1950 with 35,261 being built. In 1950 the UK price was £648, which included the heater.

Billy Turner
Friday 30th of September 2016 01:49:37 PM
1949-52 P4 Rover 75 'Cyclops' This car had a distinctive feature that did not catch-on, the centrally mounted light in the grille where most other manufacturers of good quality cars provided a pair, one fog and one driving light often separately mounted behind the bumper. Known, unkindly, as the "Cyclops eye" it was discontinued in the new grille announced 23 October 1952.

Billy Turner
Friday 30th of September 2016 12:37:17 PM