Photo sent in by Brian Baxter of the Museum of Technology (REME). Brian says, 'Rail conversions had been done to Jeeps and Land Rovers so I suppose this was inevitable. I have no details of where and when but the background coach may be a GWR (Great Western Railway) or later British Rail. This is presumably one of the preserved railways somehwhere. |
I am still on the look out for any Champ fire engine material.'
Editor: the part of the civilian registration is, '338C', which is 1965, anyone know more about Champ and railway?
|This picture was in Windscreen magazine of the MVT June 2015.|
The caption reads, "Re-bodied for towing aircraft this Champ looked quite eye-catching. It would be interesting if it could be restored in this configuration."
It belongs to Dave Atkins in Oxfordshire. Anyonw know more?
|Anyone know what this tool is used for? Part no. 'B 306 681, GR ET USED ON A 305 043'|