EAW042993 ENGLAND (1952). Quaker Oats Ltd Factory, Norwood Green, 1952

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Title [EAW042993] Quaker Oats Ltd Factory, Norwood Green, 1952
Reference EAW042993
Date 9-May-1952
Easting / Northing 513296, 179693
Longitude / Latitude -0.3674319789425, 51.504316791358
National Grid Reference TQ133797


Mystery Structure

Sunday 29th of October 2017 12:59:12 PM
1950's Ford Prefect E493A

Billy Turner
Thursday 7th of April 2016 05:26:10 PM
1932 Austin Light Twelve-Six. The Austin Light Twelve-Six is a 14 tax horsepower car with a 1496 cc engine that was introduced by Austin in January 1931. It was named by Austin Light Twelve to separate it from the well-established Austin Twelve. The general public then dubbed the original Twelve Heavy Twelve but Austin never used that name. The Light Twelve-Six remained in production until 1936.

Billy Turner
Thursday 7th of April 2016 04:52:45 PM
1948-1951 Vauxhall Velox LIP or Wyvern LIX. The straight-six cylinder engine of the VELOX body was shared with the less powerful four-cylinder WYVERN.

Billy Turner
Thursday 7th of April 2016 04:09:35 PM
1948 Ford Prefect E93A Saloon. The Ford Prefect is a line of British cars which was produced by Ford UK between 1938 and 1961 as a more upmarket version of the Ford Popular and Ford Anglia models. It was introduced in October 1938 and remained in production until 1941; returning to the market in 1945, it was offered till 1961. The car progressed in 1953 from its original perpendicular or sit-up-and-beg style to a more modern three-box structure. Some versions were also built and sold by Ford Australia.

Billy Turner
Friday 1st of April 2016 08:56:11 PM
Austin A40 Devon. The A40 Devon (and similar 2-door A40 Dorset) are automobiles that were marketed by Austin from 1947 to 1952 – the first post-war saloons to be produced by Austin – featuring a mix of old and new technologies. They were previewed by the UK press at the Paris Motor Show on 22 October 1947, who expressed immediate disappointment at the car's conservative appearance. More than 450,000 were built before the model's replacement in 1952 by the Austin A40 Somerset.

Billy Turner
Friday 1st of April 2016 07:39:25 PM
Morris series Z van, there are another 2 of these vans parked (in which both have side panel windows)- perhaps company vehicles? The van version of the series E, rated at 5 cwt capacity and designated as the series Z, was produced from 1940 to 1954. While having the external appearance similar to the series E, mechanically the vans were more akin to the Series II, still having a three speed gearbox. Over 51,000 examples were built.

Billy Turner
Sunday 31st of January 2016 03:49:27 PM
1938 AEC Mammoth Major flatbed, with 1947 Fordson 7V flatbed behind it.

Billy Turner
Sunday 31st of January 2016 03:13:10 PM

Billy Turner
Friday 29th of January 2016 08:05:01 PM
Ford Prefect E493A

Billy Turner
Friday 29th of January 2016 07:07:52 PM
1948 Austin 16 BS1 Saloon

Billy Turner
Friday 29th of January 2016 07:00:51 PM
1934 Austin 12/6 Ascot

Billy Turner
Friday 29th of January 2016 04:21:16 PM
1952 Ford Prefect E493A The Prefect design changed little until replaced in 1952. The headlamps moved into the wings and trafficators were fitted (internally lit semaphores springing out from the door pillars to signal left and right turns), though due to space restrictions these were left out on the Australian-built Ute. Only four-door saloons were available on the home market, the two-door sector being left to the Anglia but some were made for export.

Billy Turner
Friday 29th of January 2016 02:35:22 PM
1952 Morris Minor Series II four-door saloon In 1952, the Minor line was updated with an Austin-designed 803 cc (49.0 cu in) overhead valve A-series engine, replacing the original side-valve unit. The engine had been designed for the Minor's main competition, the Austin A30, but became available as Austin and Morris were merged into the British Motor Corporation. The new engine felt stronger, though all measurements were smaller than the old. The 52 second drive to 60 mph was still calm, with 63 mph as the top speed. Fuel consumption also rose to 36 miles per imperial gallon

Billy Turner
Friday 29th of January 2016 02:10:00 PM

Tuesday 19th of January 2016 07:48:49 PM
8 Wheeler Rigid, (looks like an AEC) and a 4 wheel trailer, try reversing that lot in a small space.

Tuesday 14th of April 2015 08:04:47 PM