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Lorries at Covent Garden Market. F.W Longhurst lorry has a Gibbs built body.

Herbert recognised the potential of power driven vehicles on solid tyres and with the end of the First World War providing many redundant military vehicles, he was quick to seize the opportunity. Soon Gibbs were adapting old lorries for use on farms…
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Members of the Barker family, farmers of Laleham on Thames, selling their produce at Covent Garden market.

Lorries built and supplied by Gibbs became a regular feature at Covent Garden and other London markets, gradually replacing the horse-drawn wagons.
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Early morning at Covent Garden around 1890.

The van in the photograph was owned by A. Wyatt from Hatton, Middlesex and was built by Gibbs.
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