|Photographer / Copyright: Ivor Norman|
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Date added to site:16/04/04
|Details: Certain makes and models were associated with particular departments of London Transport, perhaps as a means of simplifying maintainence and spare parts. A good example is the use of the Leyland Terrier by the Catering department. Of ten trucks bought, at least eight were operated by the food production centre at Croydon. 2125L (WYU125T) was a 4-ton box truck which arrived in September 1978 and carried grey livery with an unpainted aluminium body. It was caught on film outside Bromley bus garage in December 1979.|
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