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Harry Boniface and milk lorry
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Harry Boniface and milk lorry

Remembered by many as driving the number 78 double-decker Southdown bus between Handcross and Horsham, Harry Boniface (1898-1978) has his picture taken in front of a lorry laden with milk churns collected from the local farms.
The vehicle is a Thames Trader flatbed truck made by Ford of UK.
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Picture added on 12 August 2017 at 16:02
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People of my age will also remember the churn table outside Handcross primary school; first port of call for play after school.
Added by Peter Cooper on 16 August 2017
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