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Glyn Matthews
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Stockwell Garage

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Details: Glyn was at Stockwell Garage on 1st July 2010 and found two rather interesting service vehicles present. J263FYA is a Leyland DAF 45.130 lorry that is not what it appears. Although smartly repainted in Go-Ahead London livery it has no bodywork, and there are no tax discs apparent in the windscreen. According to the DVLA, this vehicle has not been licensed since 1997! There is an engineer's training department based at Stockwell so presumably this chassis was obtained for use by them. Note the different logos on the front (London Central) and side (London General), and the wheelnut clamps on the front wheel. The truck was parked between the fuel store (on the left, where tankers such as 2000S could be found in the past) and the old publicity offices (on the right, also home to SVs in its day).

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