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Written on back with blue ballpoint pen - Source: From Bush Burn to Butter Eric Warr. Pub: Butterworth Wgtn 1988 Charlie Wishart drove this truck. taken leaving Dairy Co. Stafford St. Shannon

Shannon Dairy Company, No. 1 truck, driven by Charlie Wishart 1 B&W photocopy [of photo in book – “From Bush Burn to Butter”]

Truck is shown leaving the Dairy Co. in Stafford Street. Photo taken from a high vantage point, possibly a roof.

Caption – Shannon Dairy Co truck no 1.

Photocopy has been roughly trimmed.

Stated on page 70 in book – “From Bush & Swamp” : ... In 1919 the company purchased its first motor lorry, a Ford one ton truck, which was driven by Arthur Richards for many years. ...

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Shannon Dairy Company, No. 1 truck, driven by Charlie Wishart

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