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Arrow ARCHIVE: Truck Graveyard, Scotland, Easter 1989 - 12-05-2010, 00:06

Like me, my dad is fascinated by all things mechanical, but especially anything automotive related - cars, trucks, buses, in fact he's restored everything from MG's to Bentleys over the past 40 years. He's also a bit of a moocher, although less so these days now he's in his 60's.

These pics were taken on a family holiday in Scotland back in 1989. We saw this at the side of the road, pulled over and me and my dad wandered in, leaving my mum and sister in the car for half an hour, moaning. This yard was choc full of old trucks, mostly Albions I think, which were made in Scotland.

Can't remember if I took these or my dad did, probably both of us, with the good ones being from my dad, whose also quite handy with a camera. My truck knowledge is poor, so no captions I'm afraid.

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