HA Van found in a book

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HA Van found in a book

Postby JimmyJames80 » Wed Oct 15, 2014 3:07 pm

Hi all,

Not sure if this has been spotted before. I did search before I posted.

I was reading “London’s Disused Underground Stations” I came across a page about the east London line and found the below picture of a HA Van parked outside Shadwell Station.

Using a magnifying glass I can see that the registration is NYY 921L

• Vehicle make BEDFORD
• Date of first registration 20 December 1972
• Cylinder capacity (cc) 1256cc
• CO2 Emissions Not available
• Fuel type PETROL
• Export marker No
• Vehicle status Not taxed
• Vehicle colour BROWN
• Vehicle type approval Not available

Sadly last tax expired 01/03/1982
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Re: HA Van found in a book

Postby hbpeter » Wed Oct 15, 2014 7:54 pm

Well spotted. Surprising where they turn up.

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