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Leyland 2 Ton Lorry


Since my feature was published in Triumph world, I have unearthed a further number of  these Standard built lorries hard at work. All of them appear to be in Scotland.


The first, in colour, is of a flat-bed lorry in the livery of Charles Alexander of Aberdeen. Next is a glaziers large Van in the livery of a Glasgow glazier.

Finally there is a third Van, beautifully sign-painted for a biscuit company. Its delivering to a shop in what must be Glasgow, Who remembers Mcfarlane- Lang?


If you wish to read the full feature article it is still available in the Feb/Mar edition of Triumph World.


Phil Homer

Historian