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Three timber lorries at Ft William Pulpmill
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No: 1218   Contributor: Norman Davidson   Year: 1974
Three timber lorries at Ft William Pulpmill

Photograph courtesy of Brian Fletcher, Conon Bridge.

Brian says-
‘The three lorries are from left-
1. The orange one is a GUY known as the big J which was a Pulp Mill lorry driven by Willie Neil who lived at Corpach but he was originally from Aberfeldy.

2. The second one is a Leyland Mastiff which was owned by a Davie Coutts who was also a Pulp Mill driver but started on his own and he double shifted the lorry with his driver Ian Burns from Fort William.

3. The third was a Leyland Octopus which was the one that I was driving.

The photograph was taken at carpark at the Pulpmill - note the amount of woodchip at rear of drivers from left Willie Neil, Ian Burns, Duncan Cameron, Weigh Beidge Operator and Brian Fletcher’

Picture added on 27 July 2012
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