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Hindley   Views: 876
Hindley Council Lorry   Comments: 9
Photo: RON HUNT   Item #: 29655  
 
Hindley Council Lorry

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  A brand new KARRIER lorry for Hindley Urban District Council.  

 [<< Back] 9 user comment(s) below:-  [Leave a comment]

Comments by Garry, 16th August 2017  
They like their Commer/Karrier did Hindley Council. This could be a two stroke engine. Not ideal for coal bagging.

Comments by Pw, 16th August 2017  
If my memory serves me right,it was painted green.

Comments by Derrick Cunliffe, 16th August 2017  
Gary You have never seen any Commer TS3 engines in Hindley
Council Vehicles Has I have told you before if my aunt had
balls she would be my uncle D.C.

Comments by Ed, 17th August 2017  
Please dont go back on the wagon trail.

Comments by Alan, 18th August 2017  
Derrick 2 strokes are petrol engines.
As Gary said, not suitable for coal.

Comments by Keith Beckett, 18th August 2017  
The Commer TS3 was a diesel engine. Foden built a 2 stroke diesel for many years. The Deltic,which I worked on in my time at the Vulcan,had a Napier 2 stroke diesel.

Comments by A B, 18th August 2017  
Alan, The Commer TS3 was a Flat Diesel engine Unique and with a distinctive sound Nicknamed as the " Commer Knocker" by some. Widely used in both wagons and coaches

Comments by harry, 18th August 2017  
I once owned a Wartburg Knight 353w, the car engine was a 993cc two stroke petrol.

Comments by Ray, 18th August 2017  
Some Commer lorries were fitted with the Rootes Group TS3
2-Stroke diesel engine,3 cylinders with 2 horizontally
opposed pistons in each cylinder. Foden Motors at Sandbach
also fitted some lorries with a 2-Stroke engine.

 
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