photo by secret squirrel

Mr.Beamish and his mighty F-Model Mack and Tilt Tray stands Proudly at Sandown Truck Show in 2011

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  • wob2007 4y

    Nice capture Craig, i hear a lot about Swishy and his love of S900's at our slide nights.
  • secret squirrel6 PRO 4y

    Thanks Warren Aaaaaaaaaaah Yeah right mate hahaha Yeah I think he is a very big Mack MAN as well hahahah this truck here is Unreal he has a Youtube Channel thats well worth a look too when you get a minute thanks Warren
  • Linehaul Jnr 4y

    remember his heavy haulage coming in and out of the brickyard where me and the old man used to cart out of
    and the other ones were the looslly builts of Leitch's heavy haulage(lime greeny/yellow sort of color) haven't seen them in years do you have any happy snaps of them craig?
  • vanekdarren 4y

    Any idea what his youtube channel is can't find it
  • Linehaul Jnr 4y

    just google youtube and when on youtube type Beamish in the search box
  • Craig R PRO 4y

    most of his stuff on the net will be under swishyhasbeen. have you guys been on the beamish website and looked at his photos bloody unreal he needs to put up more photos of his atkinson though
  • secret squirrel6 PRO 4y

    Thanks Steve Yeah mate I got a couple of them the Leitch trucks not many though I will send one through its a Kenworth though not a Louie but I do remember their Louie's=Thanks Darren Yeah you can Type in swishyhasbeen and that should get you there if that does not work go to my channel Truckingjohnno7 and then look in my Suscribers and You can find him there let me know how you go please Darren=Thanks Craig Yeah thats right he has some great stuff on there hahah you will have to get on to him about that Atkinson mate lol thanks Craig=Darren=Steve
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