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Ray Monk
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 AD03OOU

Location Link
Carlisle Lane, Waterloo

Date added to site
20/08/2006

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Details: This Iveco Daily van with hydraulic lift has been included as it appears to be a long-term loan or hire. It (or a very similar vehicle) was present at Acton Works on 22nd February 2006 and can just be seen in this picture. It was seen again outside the Carlisle Lane premises near Waterloo on 17th August 2006, as captured here. Such a vehicle would no doubt be useful to the Street Maintenance section who have responsibility, among other things, for road signs on trunk routes.

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DamonInteresting connection: The arches behind were occupied by pirate bus operators in the twenties. I think I'm right in saying 194 was occupied by Percy Frost-Smith and nearby 192 was home to Imperial Buses (not the Imperial we know today!). Liberty also ran from one of these arches. I expect there were others but I'm no expert.
Note: Edited by Damon Cross, 20/08/06, 19:41.
Sun 20/08/2006, 17:36
John Lloyd-MartinIveco Daily AD03OOU is the vehicle seen by Tom Young & I at Acton Works on 22nd February 2006Mon 28/08/2006, 12:28
RaySeen at Acton Works today (4/9/2006)Mon 04/09/2006, 17:22
RayBack at Carlisle Lane this morning (7/9/2006)Thu 07/09/2006, 12:34
RayAnd at Acton 18/9/2006.Mon 18/09/2006, 16:28
RaySimilar vehicles are AF53HBA (noted Old Kent Road on 09/01/2007) and AE53LHR (noted Carlisle Lane 2/11/2006)
Note: Edited by Ray, 13/01/07, 12:10.
Sat 13/01/2007, 12:08
Thomas YoungAD03OOU and AE53LHR were added to the database a while ago (I must have forgotten to mention it!), while AF53HBA can also be added if anyone can confirm it is in use by TfL.Sun 14/01/2007, 19:46