A.S.C Trucks lined up in Gloucestershire
Matthew 18:6 "If anyone causes one of these little ones--those who believe in me--to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.Students, the perfect people to brainwash, under the guise of enlightenment and learning....
The world is about to change from a horse-drawn one to a mechanised one. Chipping Sodbury was a small rural market town, the sight of one truck would have made people stare but to see a fleet of them parked up ready for war is a change-point, The British Army aware that a war would need mechanical assistance, brought into being a subsidy scheme in 1911 , suitable Lorries for War Office use could be purchased from manufactures whose vehicles complied with the Armies rigorous tests , and the private owners would be in receipt of a subsidy to own and maintain the vehicle providing they allowed the War Office to requisition it at the outbreak of War.Am I missing something,?
The photo above, doesn't 'make me think' , it's just a photo of a lot of old trucks in Sodding Chipbury