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The Smiths Cabac is named after its rear-entrance cab, which has a transverse walkway immediately behind it.

[Photo of HTX 413N]

Smiths Cabac HTX 413N is operated by Bartonsham Farm Dairies of Hereford, and is seen in Widemarsh Street, Hereford on 22nd July 2003. Photo © by Peter Relf.

[Photo of HWU 180N]

HWU 180N is pictured on New York Street in Leeds on 26th August 2000. Its operator is Arla Foods. Photo © by Peter Relf.

[Photo of OBR 87T]

Co-op's OBR 87T was photographed in Newcastle on 4th May 1996. Photo from Fleet Data Archives/Dave Hinde, submitted by Peter Jarman.

[Photo of VAA 414V]

VAA 414V was operated by Churchfields Dairy of Salisbury before they were taken over by Avonmore, then by Express and subsequently closed down. Photo by Dave Fane.

[Photo of EPK 208V]

Dairy Crest's EPK 208V is another Smiths Cabac. Photo supplied by Daniel Hill and submitted by Richard Haughey.

[Photo of KCP 125W]

Johnsons Dairy of Burgess Hill, West Sussex operated this Cabac, KCP 125W. Photo by Dave Fane.

[Photo of Express Dairies Smiths Cabacs at Hillingdon]

Smiths Cabacs are much in evidence in this photo of Express Dairies' Hillingdon depot, taken on a Sunday afternoon while the floats were enjoying a well-earned rest. Photo by Josh Hayles.

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