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Heritage Commercials - June 2004

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The direction and future of your favourite read by new Editor David Craggs...

The Pride Of Ireland
Trever Mason’s recently restored 1972 Atkinson Borderer, Irish Rover, comes under the spotlight when it emerged from JB Coachworks in Shropshire.

A Man With A Mission
While of tour in NZ, Roger Hamlin was fortunate enough to meet partially sighted mechanical genius Paul Gleeson, and he tells the tales of restoration and humour that typify the man.

Back to Bristol
To bus enthusiasts, the phrase, ‘Bislington’s finest’ can only refer to one thing.

David Marsh’s memories of his driving days make compulsive reading with details of his working life from National Service to the present day.

The A to Z run
Whether it’s sunshine or showers, nothing stops Alan Barnes in his quest to cover important events, and this year’s A to Z run was no exception.

After the Blitz of Southampton
A fascinating insight into the ingenuity and sheer determination shown in relocating ‘up North’, to further the war effort.

Reader’s Letters
Over to you.

News And Events
Full report and auction results from Donington ParkLincoln Centenary The theme of this open day was to celebrate 100 Years of Lincoln Corporation Transport and its Successors.

Lincoln Centenary
The theme of this open day was to celebrate 100 Years of Lincoln Corporation Transport and its Successors.

On location
Again a fabulous Alan Barnes shot of Vic Harvey’s ERF in a sympathetic setting - a true centre fold.

Kirkby Stephens Rally
The Easter weekend saw the running of this popular Northern event covered by our correspondent David Bowers.

Fenland Beaver
Tony Knowles is renowned for his immaculately turned out vehicles, Alan Barnes discovers that Tony’s Leyland Beaver is no exception.

To Hall And Back
Geoff Fishwick was delighted to hear of the restoration of the first vehicle he was entrusted to work on as a budding mechanic and tells the Hall’s haulage history in general and that vehicle in particular.

It’s All In The Family
David Bowers discovers that restoring and preserving lorries can involve all the family, when he visits Leintwardine in Shropshire.

Dennis Delivers In Many Ways
When a barnfind turns into an obsession, it has to be bought and restored says ace restorer, Gerald Jenkinson.

Double-Cabbed Delight
The 1938 Morris10 featured here, was one man’s idea of a truly multi-purpose vehicle - how right he was.

Book Reviews

Swopping Bodies
An archive feature proving the old addage, ‘there’s nothing new under the sun’.

Deepdale Relieve The Pressure For TV’s Salvage Squad
Deepdale Engineering came to Salvage Squad’s rescue during the refurbishment of Morris Lubricants 1931 Sentinel.

Now And Then
Bill Clowes delved into his photographic library to come up with some more ‘now and thens’.