wiganworld home page
Home Photos of Wigan Stuff News What's on Classifieds Forum Communicate Guestbook Links
 Search    In association with  The Wigan Courier
  Album
 Album contents
  Walking days
  Schools
  Work
  Street scenes
  Places
  People
  Sports
  Assorted
 
  Upload Your Photos
 
More photos of Wigan
  New gallery
  Old gallery
  Wigan streets
  Photo-a-Day
  Wiganers at Work
 
Webcam
  wiganworld webcam
 
 
N. Booths And Sons LTD   Views: 285
wagons   Comments: 4
Photo: edward booth   Item #: 31887  
 
wagons

Alert Image scaled down from 1000px to 819px wide Click here, or click the photo to view original
 
  one of our leylands after a crash  

 [<< Back] 4 user comment(s) below:-  [Leave a comment]

Comments by John G, 9th February 2020  
Edward: If you don't mind me asking what's the story with the crash, also your father appeared to like Leylands any particular reasons.

Comments by ed booth, 11th February 2020  
from what I understand there was a milk truck coming down the hill to the rail bridge at gathurst and the tanker was heading under the bridge at which point they crashed and it was a couple of generations back that started the fuel side so im guessing a little but I think it would be due to the fact they where produced so close to our base even now my dad (david booth) runs all leylands till (may them now be daf) bar one in our current fleet we have used others in the past but we always seem to end up back with the trusty Leyland dafs

Comments by John G, 11th February 2020  
ed: Thank you for replying, if your Dad say's they are trustworthy he should know, he built a good business on the strength of it.

Comments by ed booth, 11th February 2020  
well from the few I remember that where not leylands/ dafs caused nothing but problems and still do but yes he defiantly knows what he is doing fleet wise

 
 © 2020 wiganworld
Click here to read the privacy policy, disclaimer and copyright information.
Please contact us with your ideas, suggestions, moans or questions.