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1948 Scott 20-cwt Electric Elevating Platform Truck

1948 Scott 20-cwt in Fully Fitted Freight, Short Movie, 1957 IMDB

Class: Others, Ground conveyor — Model origin: UK

1948 Scott 20-cwt Electric Elevating Platform Truck

Position 00:05:06 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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dsl SX

2017-10-31 23:07

Several sequences in early part of film at Temple Meads in Bristol. Assuming they're all the same

- three in first sequence
[Image: 04-30trolley.jpg] [Image: 04-30trolleybtmeads.jpg]

[Image: 04-30trolleyc.jpg]

.... then assorted individual sightings - main and
[Image: 05-06trolley.jpg] [Image: 05-06trolleya.jpg]

[Image: 05-06trolleyb.jpg]

JXC 503(?) = London, Oct 47 to Feb 51 "allocated in blocks".

Sunbar UK

2017-11-08 14:05

In July 1948...

"A scheme was now proceeding at the Temple Meads goods depot at Bristol, the largest covered accommodation of its type in this country, in which transship traffic, fed by slip conveyor to sorting pierheads, would be conveyed in unit loads to destination wagons by means of electric elevating platform trucks, working in conjunction with stillages."

"The railways, he said, had already provided specially constructed stillage trucks to cater for 1-ton loads of tin plate on stillages"

Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"

Nothing found, as yet, to determine who manufactured the trucks eventually purchased.

However the CM article goes on to say for maximum space utilisation stacking pallets vertically would require fork lift trucks, these evidently were not bought and freight was moved and stored mainly at ground level. This probably was proposed by Lansing Bagnall.

-- Last edit: 2017-11-08 14:07:03

Sunbar UK

2017-11-08 14:27

Scott 20-cwt

[Image: scott20cwt.jpg] [Image: scott20cwt1.jpg] [Image: scott20cwt2.jpg]

Scott vehicles are made by the Cradley Heath Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Cradley Heath, Staffordshire no connection found with the company making the Scott Motorcycles

The range of Scott electric vehicles includes heavy and light tractors for drawing payloads of 3 tons and 30 cwt. respectively, and 12-cwt. and 20-cwt. platform trucks with fixed or elevating platforms. All these vehicles are threewheelers, and are steered and driven from the front wheel. The driving motor is secured to a frame carrying the front wheel, and operates through chain and reduction gears to the wheel.

Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"

edit: more links
Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"
Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com" (Including British Railways)


-- Last edit: 2017-11-08 15:53:01

Sunbar UK

2017-11-08 14:35

[Image: scottextra.jpg]

dsl wrote Probably similar to the others but the only sighting of this different front.


Agreed the same - listings combined.

dsl SX

2017-11-09 01:22

:king: . Have opened up a page in A Future on Rail for another glimpse, also in Temple Meads, and probably same one as one of these.

Sunbar UK

2017-11-09 11:22

More on the history of Scott.

The company manufactured and sold small electric trucks, the chief customer being British Railways which used them on railway platforms for the conveyance of baggage and light freight. Later they developed the self driving ‘Robotug’ guided by cables buried in the floor of warehouses.

1948 - Scott trucks initially built by Cradley Heath Manufacturing Co.
1950 - Incorporated on 6 January 1950 as a family concern with a factory in Kidderminster
1959 - Acquisition by the manufacturer of Conveyancer fork lift trucks Electro-Hydraulics Ltd. as Conveyancer-Scott Electric Vehicles Ltd
1971 - The Kidderminster factory and business was sold in 1971 and was centralised in Warrington.
1978 - The name was changed to Rubery Owen C-E Cast Ltd. part of Rubery Owen Holdings Ltd

http://www.historywebsite.co.uk/articles/Darlaston/RO15.htm
http://mrc-catalogue.warwick.ac.uk/records/RBO/CS
Link to "warehousenews.co.uk"

-- Last edit: 2017-11-09 11:40:25

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