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Post Info TOPIC: Looking for information in regards to the Tank Supply roller build by Ruston and Proctor


Hero

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Looking for information in regards to the Tank Supply roller build by Ruston and Proctor
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Good Day

I am looking for any information in regards to the Tank Supply Roller built by Ruston and Proctor, i.e., photo's drawing and technical information, Height, Width etc.. Many thanks in advance.



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Sorry, Tim. Haven't come up with anything.



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Thanks for trying!



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Tim, may I ask where the original image came from ?
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It appears in British Tanks 1915-18 by D Fletcher.



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Paul, I am not sure where the picture came from, It was just in my collection and I thought I would try to find out more information.. But apparently, as James states it indeed came from David Fletchers book. All the Best.



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