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Albion » Chieftain with Alexander Coachworks cab

Some of Chieftain prime movers received fiber glass and wood cabs, one windscreen wiper, Scammell couplings and 4-cylinder engines. They were operated by Road Services Forth (part of the British Road Services and National Freight Corporation empire). The cab was made by Alexander Coachworks Co., who produced bodies for buses.

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