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Known locally by his Gaelic patronymic name, Aonghas a Bhard, Angus Macleod was.........
 
 

Photographed in August 1970 this Dodge K 500 series NSC 898G was purchased new in November 1968 from dealer James Bowen. The purchase price was £3137.70 (£3137 and 14 shillings in ‘old money’). It was resold to James Bowen on 10 August 1970 for £1500.00.
 

 

 

  Pictured from left to right - Calum Iain Neill (Shawbost), Angus Munro (Una) and Tormod an Stagger. They are standing in front of Angus Macleod’s Bedford “O“. This photograph was taken in April 1965.  
 
 

TSC 848J an ERF 54G was purchased new on 12 August 1970 from dealer James Bowen. Costing £5161.50 (£5161 and 10 shillings) it was powered by a five cylinder Gardner engine. This photograph was taken in April 1972.

 

   
 

 
  Oooooooooops! NSC 898G with that sinking feeling near RMA’s quarry in Ardhasaig, Harris.  

 

This Priestman GJS 843F was purchased on 25 March 1968. The driver is Rab McMurdo, a local fitter. The Priestman was delivered to Stornoway in kit form. Rab had to go to the manufacturer’s plant to see how to assemble it!

 
  One of MacLeod’s drivers, Colin Campbell (Cailean an Noogilee) from Aird Tong, Isle of Lewis.  

 
 
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