UK Steam lorries (B&W)

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Stothert & Pitt first steam wagon used by S&P Vintage Tractors, Old Tractors, Vintage Trucks, Cool Trucks, Big Trucks, Steam Tractor, Old Farm Equipment, Road Transport, Rail Car

Stothert & Pitt first steam wagon used by S&P c.1880

The note in the bottom corner says 5 tons steam winch, Portsmouth Dockyard. John Porter Collection.

No 1 Engine - delivering beer Steam Tractor, Old Lorries, Road Transport, Gas Turbine, Uk History, Transport Companies, Old Tractors, Steamers, Commercial Vehicle

Rushden Research Group: Rushden Transport Company

No 1 Engine - delivering beer

Image of steam lorry at masborough, about by Science & Society Picture Library View and buy rights managed stock photos at Science & Society Picture Library. Antique Trucks, Antique Tractors, Old Tractors, Vintage Trucks, Vintage Tractors, White Tractor, Steam Tractor, Chevy Trucks Older, Logging Equipment

Image of steam lorry at masborough, about 1900. by Science & Society Picture Library

Image of steam lorry at masborough, about 1900. by Science & Society Picture Library View and buy rights managed stock photos at Science & Society Picture Library.

Steam lorry at Mexborough, about 1900 Vintage Tractors, Vintage Trucks, Heavy Duty Trucks, Big Trucks, Steam Tractor, Classic Tractor, Commercial Vehicle, Steam Engine, Locomotive

Steam lorry at Masborough, about 1900. - Photos - Our collection

Steam lorry at Masborough, about 1900.

A Commer 34-seater bus acquired by the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway in 1908 to operate its Chorley-Bamber Bridge route. The service ceased as a result of poor road conditions and lack of traffic, but this bus survived as a lorry until 1920. Ian Allan Library  The railways made some use of steam road vehicles, such as this Yorkshire solid-tyred steam wagon working from the Great Western Railway's Paddington Goods depot, and seen hauling a converted horse dray. Vintage Trucks, Old Trucks, Buy A Boat, Truck Camper, Commercial Vehicle, Steam Engine, Best Sites, Train Travel

A Commer 34-seater bus acquired by the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway in 1908 to operate its Chorley-Bamber Bridge route. The service ceased as a result of poor road conditions and lack of traffic, but this bus survived as a lorry until 1920. Ian Allan Library The railways made some use of steam road vehicles, such as this Yorkshire solid-tyred steam wagon working from the Great Western Railway's Paddington Goods depot, and seen hauling a converted horse dray.

Yelloway Motor Services - Holt Bros (Rochdale) Ltd Antique Trucks, Vintage Trucks, Antique Cars, Rochdale, Bus Coach, Busses, Stirling, British History, Vintage Photos

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Bretherton steam wagon built by Paxman History Page, Family History, Truck Transport, Steamers, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Vintage Trucks, Boiler, Buses

Davey Paxman Steam Engines and Boilers

Paxman, Diesels, and Colchester - Paxman's early history in steam engineering covering boilers, stationary and portable engines, and steam locomotives.

Armitage Transport A steam wagon in Steamers, Steam Engine, Vintage Trucks, Taxi, Buses, Antique Cars, Transportation, Monster Trucks, Steampunk

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Armitage Transport A steam wagon in 1912.

Steam lorries from Western Counties Haulage Company, Possibly in newton Road, Twerton, Gas Turbine, Picture Boards, Commercial Vehicle, Steam Engine, Best Sites, Tractors, Westerns, Trucks, Signs

Steam lorries from Western Counties Haulage Company, Possibly in newton Road, Twerton, c.1910

Frome Charlton Works, Bath and also at Bristol. Ironically, the steam lorries are loaded with what is most probably electric cable from Siemens Electric Lamps.

Yelloway Motor Services - Holt Bros (Rochdale) Ltd Steam Tractor, Rochdale, Picture Boards, Steam Engine, Vintage Trucks, Buses, Rock N Roll, Tractors, Shapes

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