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1932 Strømmen B5 / Hall-Scott '70-vogn'

1932 Strømmen B5 / Hall-Scott in Vi bygger et rådhus i Vika, Documentary, 1951

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: NO

1932 Strømmen B5 / Hall-Scott '70-vogn'

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


Lateef NO

2012-03-17 11:56


It looks like this Strømmen: Link to "www.sporveismuseet.no"

-- Last edit: 2012-03-17 11:56:45

tore-40 NO

2016-01-06 01:59


1932-33 Strømmen B5 70-vognene (nickname by the number series A-169 to A-178)

B5 by the lowered windscreen. Again, Hall-Scott was the engine manufacturer, should that really be a part of the name? Please do not use Turbinbuss for this one.

DidierF FR

2016-01-06 02:24


tore-40 wrote (…) Again, Hall-Scott was the engine manufacturer, should that really be a part of the name? (…)
The question seems to be asked for / Vickers and probably "/ Leyland" too.

tore-40 NO

2016-01-06 02:55


The same goes for NEBB as well (NEBB and Vickers being the engines for the trolleybuses). I think perhaps truckface or Bø-Viks could answer that. I would prefer Strømmen D21 (D for the diesel engines) but list as you wish, indeed these engines were Leyland. I just added info about the buses.

The later ones, as also mentioned in your link, were again built on a chassis, by Leyland or Daimler.

truckface NO

2016-01-06 16:06


Strømmens Værksted ACF Hall-Scott ’’Sardinboks’’ Here`s a "better" picture.

-- Last edit: 2016-01-07 15:54:06

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