EAW023147 ENGLAND (1949). Chestfield Filling Station off Thanet Way, Chestfield, 1949. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.

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EAW023146
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EAW023148
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EAW023144
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Pennawd [EAW023147] Chestfield Filling Station off Thanet Way, Chestfield, 1949. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.
Cyfeirnod EAW023147
Dyddiad 11-May-1949
Dolen
Enw lle CHESTFIELD
Plwyf CHESTFIELD
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 613669, 166722
Hydred / Lledred 1.0693836708282, 51.358818937813
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TR137667

Pinnau

WW2 Structure TBC

Sparky
Monday 28th of August 2017 11:59:31 AM
Chestfield and Swalecliffe

Sparky
Monday 28th of August 2017 11:58:37 AM
Flag George Fitt Motors

Sparky
Monday 28th of August 2017 11:57:50 AM
George Fitt Motors

Sparky
Monday 28th of August 2017 11:56:49 AM
WW2 WW2 Demolition Scarring Roadblock and Ditch

Sparky
Monday 28th of August 2017 11:56:10 AM
This is what is today the Chestfield Care Home.

Billy Turner
Tuesday 16th of May 2017 07:37:56 PM
Wolseley 14/60 Series III. The Wolseley 14/60 is an automobile that was produced by Wolseley Motors in the United Kingdom between 1938 and 1948. Introduced in 1938 as part of the Wolseley Series III range, the 14/60 was built on a 104¾ inch wheelbase and was powered by a 60 bhp, twin carburettor, 1818cc, inline six cylinder engine. It shared its styling with the Wolseley 12/48 which was introduced in 1937. The 14/60 was offered as a four door saloon with a small number of ‘Redfern’ tourers also produced. Post-war production recommenced in 1945 and totalled 5,731 vehicles.

Billy Turner
Tuesday 10th of May 2016 05:18:52 PM
Austin K2 delivery truck (Rowntree). In January 1939, just before the Second World War began, Austin received the state order and was forced to return trucks production. The new range, which was later named the "Series I", consisted of two basic models K2 and K3 with a capacity of 2 and 3 tonnes. Then a 1.5-ton pick-up K30 was added to this range. All of them had a six-cylinder overhead valves gasoline engine (3462 cm3, 60-63 hp), 4-speed transmission, hydraulic brakes and a spring suspension. Externally, that trucks were very similar to its main competitor the Bedford trucks, and therefore became known as the "Birmingham Bedford". At the end of the war until the mid-50s Austin produced pre-war K2 and K4 trucks with load capacity from 2 to 5 tons almost without changes. They were equipped with a 4-liter engine rated at 85-90 hp. The postwar models received an updated radiator grille.

Billy Turner
Tuesday 10th of May 2016 05:13:04 PM