Carnival procession in Barfield Road. The left lorry is Austin KNO204 - the board on the radiator is Mersea Island British Legion Branch. On the side it advertises Cricket in the Good Old Days. It was Clifford White's first lorry after WW2 The second lorry is also an Austin, JPU931. Photograph taken from the roof of Clifford White's yard.


Ron Green says of Clifford White's ...
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Carnival procession in Barfield Road. The left lorry is Austin KNO204 - the board on the radiator is Mersea Island British Legion Branch. On the side it advertises "Cricket in the Good Old Days". It was Clifford White's first lorry after WW2 The second lorry is also an Austin, JPU931. Photograph taken from the roof of Clifford White's yard.

Ron Green says of Clifford White's lorries:
At this time Clifford had just one lorry, it was later traded in for a new Austin NVW which in turn was traded in for his last lorry another Austin YPU, which went to Bocking Hall and ended up as a chicken shed near Nayland.


Date: c1950      

Photo: Mersea Museum - Clifford White Collection
Image ID CMW_VAR_005
Category 1 Mersea-->Shops & Businesses
Category 2 Transport - buses and carriers

This image is part of the Mersea Island Museum Collection.