The Universal Reliable Self Loading Tilt Platform

1939 , Frinton (Essex)

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Demonstration film about the use of Ratcliffe Bros. low loader machine.

This demonstration film begins behind the Ratcliffe Bros. garage and shows a piece of machinery loaded and unloaded on to the special low loader developed by Ratcliffe Brothers. The low loader leaves the garage in Frinton and picks up a derelict car, which has wheels missing, from a field near the railway line in Frinton. The car is loaded , demonstrating the ease of getting a crashed vehicle on to a lorry. Back at the Radcliffe's garage, the car is unloaded.

Featured Buildings

Ratcliffe Bros. Garage

Intertitles

Absolute Safety In Loading And Unloading Agricultural Machinery, Boilers, Cable-Drums, Machine Tools, Tractors And Wrecked Motor Vehicles.Adaptable to any type of chassis, trailer, truck or wagon and boats Needs only a winch one quarter of the power normally used for lifting.Self-loader can be quickly removed from chassis and same fixing used for and type of body. The winch can be utilised to operate the usual tipper.

Manifestations

The Universal Reliable Self Loading Tilt Platform

  • Aspect
    WHOLE
    Unique I D
    1129587
    Type
    Use of collections
    Status
    Sequence
    -1
  • Type
    Serial Number
    Identifier
    A-674
    Source
    Source Note
  • Aspects
    Number
    Barcode
    INV??0549
    Name
    Description
    Location
    Normal Location
    History
    Mus part history

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