1970's Milk Float. My brother was a milkman for Unigate, I used to help out during the holidays for pocket money.

My brother was a milkman for Unigate, I used to help out during the holidays for pocket money.

1964 Morrison-Electricar D5 Milk Truck. Most all milk delivery trucks in England were battery powered.

Most all milk delivery trucks in England were battery powered.

CO OP MILK FLOAT

This picture shows brand new Smiths Elizabethan milk float for Co-op. My first milk float .

1953 Morrison Austin ME30 Electric Milk Truck Brochure wj5955-WEBAJZ | eBay

1953 Morrison Austin ME30 Electric Milk Truck Brochure wj5955-WEBAJZ

Produced by Austin Crompton Parkinson Electric Vehicles, London, England.

Job's Dairy - Milk Floats

The website for friends and former employees of HA Job Ltd

An electric milk float in Liverpool city centre, June 2005

An electric milk float in Liverpool city centre, June 2005

KTB 181 is a 1947 Brush 40cwt chassis; it was originally built with van bodywork for Chorley Hygienic Laundries as one of a pair, but was rebodied for Bates by Cocker of Southport. The bodywork bears similarities to that on 1970s Ross floats pictured elsewhere on the site. It is seen in Southport in 1982. Photo by Stephen Cobb; thanks to Paul Brady for identifying the float.

KTB 181 is a 1947 Brush 40cwt chassis; it was originally built with van bodywork for Chorley Hygienic Laundries as one of a pair, but was rebodied for Bates by Cocker of Southport. The bodywork bears similarities to that on 1970s Ross floats pictured elsewhere on the site. It is seen in Southport in 1982. Photo by Stephen Cobb; thanks to Paul Brady for identifying the float.

This curious looking design was known as the Bugden and was operated in large numbers by Job's Dairy; with its upright cab and vertical steering wheel it bore some resemblance to the "Rider Pram" built by Express subsidiary Electruk (Lewis of Watford) and its "Helecs" lookalike built by Ross. DPN 293C is seen in a withdrawn state. Photo by Paul Brady.

This curious looking design was known as the Bugden and was operated in large numbers by Job's Dairy; with its upright cab and vertical steering wheel it bore some resemblance to the "Rider Pram" built by Express subsidiary Electruk (Lewis of Watford) and its "Helecs" lookalike built by Ross. DPN 293C is seen in a withdrawn state. Photo by Paul Brady.

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