Old Bill Aka Historic Transport Duplicate… 1960

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  • Passing the camera on the right at 00:11, (the green vehicle), is a Morris J-type van.

    "next to a K-type bus" - it's an AEC K-type.

    "Old Bill" is an AEC B-type bus.

    This clip is duplicated in 115.15.

    jamied 16th Jun 2012

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