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[Photo of AJO 2Y]

Co-op Midlands 9002 (AJO 2Y) is a Smiths with the style of bodywork known as Elizabethan. It is seen at the National Agricultural Centre, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire on 3rd August 1995. Photo © by Peter Relf.

[Photo of B133 DTY]

Newhaven Dairies (East Sussex) B133 DTY is another Elizabethan Cabac. Photo by Dave Fane.

[Photo of Q150 KKL]

Q150 KKL was photographed operating for Unigate in Canterbury on 15th March 2003. Photo by Richard Haughey.

[Photo of YRT 771S]

Ipswich Co-op's E234D (YRT 771S), a Smiths Cabac 75D, is pictured on Foxhall Road, Ipswich on 5th January 1985, the orange glow of its indicator adding a spot of warmth to a freezing scene. Photo by Stephen Cobb.

[Photo of CPV 287]

Ipswich Co-op also had some much older Smiths/NCB floats rebodied in the 1970s. This is E131D (CPV 287) which was originally built in 1954, pictured on High Street, Ipswich on 2nd August 1986. Photo by Stephen Cobb.

[Photo of PV 8576]

Another rebuilt float is E60D (PV 8576) which dated from 1948. Photo by Stephen Cobb, 27th November 1981.

[Photo of OLP 115L]

Although latterly better known for its rear-entrance Cabac designs, Smiths also built floats with conventional side doors. OLP 115L, belonging to Johnson's Dairy of Burgess Hill, West Sussex, is one of these. Photo by Dave Fane.

[Photo of SBH 767R]

Another float of the same design is Arla's SBH 767R, seen in Blackpool. Photo by Richard Haughey.

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