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For a time, several Ford Rangers were based at the West Kensington Station yard, technically part of the Lille Bridge complex. It was not unusual to see four (or even five) Rangers there, but the only view in was down the ramp from the main Lillie Bridge entrance road, and photographs taken from there were not particularly good. Illustrating this is this view taken on 28th July 2007, with four Rangers (partially) visible. A revised ('2nd generation') Ford Ranger had been introduced in 2006 and, while it retained the overall shape, there were numerous detail differences. In this view, the vehicle at the back is 6114F, a 2G Ranger. The shape of the tail-gate and the position of the Ford badge are changed (compared to 1G Ranger 5958F alongside), while the rear light cluster has also been revised and the crease pressing along the bodysides has been dispensed with. Another 2G Ranger (6115F) is the third vehicle from the left, and it will be noted that both this and 6114F were fitted with extended height hard-tops, while the two 1G Rangers had regular height ones. The Ranger nearest the camera (and almost hidden behind the bushes) is 5953F.
Photo ID: 6946
Photo date: 28/07/2007 Size: Regular. An extra large copy of this photo is available.
Date added: 19/10/2021