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Old London London
34 Victoria Street, Westminster
Limmer & Trinidad Lake
Asphalt Company

c.1920s
 
photograph
contributed- Arnold Tak, Netherlands
 
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Old London London
34 Victoria Street, Westminster
Limmer & Trinidad Lake
Asphalt Company

c.1920s
 
photograph
contributed- Arnold Tak, Netherlands
 
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Old London London
34 Victoria Street, Westminster
Limmer & Trinidad Lake
Asphalt Company

c.1920s
 
photograph
contributed- Arnold Tak, Netherlands
 
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Old London London
34 Victoria Street, Westminster
Limmer & Trinidad Lake
Asphalt Company

c.1920s
 
photograph
contributed- Arnold Tak, Netherlands
 
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Old Social History York
Lawrence Street
Aveling Steam Road Roller
c1885-90
 
scan of framed print
contributed-
Rev. Gordon Kirby
 
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Sussex Somerset
Bath
Steam Road Roller &
road repair gang

c1909-12
 
scan of framed print
contributed-
Rev. Gordon Kirby
 
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Sussex Berkshire
Bracknell
Binfield Road
Ruston Traction Engine &
road repair gang

c1919-22
 
scan of framed print
contributed-
Rev. Gordon Kirby
 
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Suffolk East Suffolk
Four Sisters Junction
Steam Road Roller &
road repair gang

1926
 
scan of framed print
contributed-
Rev. Gordon Kirby
 
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message 1929, Mrs Luff, 2 Heathland Cottages, Bepton Midhurst
WSCC Steam Roller
August 1935
 
scan of print/photo
contributed- J.Savage
 
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Traction engine & road gang Heyshott
Traction engine & road gang.
c.1920s - 30s
 
photograph
The book Heyshott
 
 
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Old SM Tidy Brighton
Woodingdean
10 Ton Marshall Road Roller
28.09.53
 
photograph 28 September 1953
by Leslie Whitcomb collection
 
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Old SM Tidy Didling - Treyford
Marshall Steam Road Roller
June 1968
 
contributed - Peter Quilley
 
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