Introducing Pick A Back Self Loading and Unloading Machinery Transporter (1)

1948 , Frinton (Essex)

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Demonstration of the new and updated self loading tilt platform.

The film shows a later model of the Universal Reliable Self Loading Tilt Platform made by Telford Ratcliffe and Co. A heavy piece of machinery is loaded and unloaded in a demonstration of the one man operation. This takes place on an airstrip. The lorry moves to the factory where it unloads the machinery in its usual way. There are prefabs visible in the background.

Featured Buildings

Ratcliffe Bros. Garage

Intertitles

One man job to load and unload machine tools, agricultural machinery, boats, etc. No lifting, just pull it up in a gradient of 1 in 4. It can be used for loading and unloading an ordinary lorry by backing the two together and the load transferred from one to the other. Telford Ratcliffe and Co., Economic Engineering Works, Frinton-On-Sea, Essex. Telephone Frinton 4. Founders of Ratcliffe Bros. Motors and General Engineers from 1898 - 1948.

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Introducing Pick A Back Self Loading and Unloading Machinery Transporter (1)

  • Barcode
    INV??0547
    Canonical Identifier
    A-843
    Canonical Title
    Unknown
    Carrier Type
    16mm film
    Colour System
    KodachromeII
    Colour Type
    colour
    Has Sound
    N
    Identifier
    Image Polarity
    positive
    Modification Date
    25/06/2021
    Parts
    Reference
    560852
    Sound
    silent
  • Activities
    Barcode
    INV??0548
    Canonical Identifier
    A-681
    Canonical Title
    Unknown
    Carrier Type
    16mm film
    Colour Type
    colour
    Has Sound
    N
    Identifier
    Image Polarity
    positive
    Modification Date
    25/06/2021
    Parts
    Reference
    560851
    Sound
    silent

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