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Mother’s Pride

Penlowry

As part of my research for Penlowry, I’ve been looking at other forms of transport. Having already done some previous research I’ve now done a smidgen more, and the following vehicles are (just about) acceptable for the period, and I can also tell you that the Mother’s Pride brand of bread was first recorded in an advert in 1936. Aren’t you pleased I looked that up for you?!

Ford Thames ET6 – actually introduced 1949 but close enough for me

Ford ET6

Jen-Tug

In the late 1940s, production of another commercial vehicle, the ‘Jen-Tug’ began. It was a 3 ton articulated vehicle, available with a wide range of trailers, including a flat trailer, a wire-sided trailer, a box trailer, a tipping trailer, a shallow tipping trailer, a high-sided trailer, a swan-neck trailer with winch, and a container.

The cab had an Austin A.50 four-cylinder, overhead valve petrol engine, with a capacity of 1.5…

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