SCRAP SILVER DEALERS - SILVER DEALERS

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Scrap Silver Dealers


scrap silver dealers
    dealers
  • A person who buys and sells shares, securities, or other financial assets as a principal (rather than as a broker or agent)
  • A person who buys and sells drugs
  • (dealer) trader: someone who purchases and maintains an inventory of goods to be sold
  • (dealer) a seller of illicit goods; "a dealer in stolen goods"
  • A person or business that buys and sells goods
  • (dealer) a firm engaged in trading
    silver
  • (esp. of the moon) Give a silvery appearance to
  • a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal; occurs in argentite and in free form; used in coins and jewelry and tableware and photography
  • made from or largely consisting of silver; "silver bracelets"
  • Provide (mirror glass) with a backing of a silver-colored material in order to make it reflective
  • Coat or plate with silver
  • coat with a layer of silver or a silver amalgam; "silver the necklace"
    scrap
  • trash: dispose of (something useless or old); "trash these old chairs"; "junk an old car"; "scrap your old computer"
  • quarrel: have a disagreement over something; "We quarreled over the question as to who discovered America"; "These two fellows are always scrapping over something"
  • bit: a small fragment of something broken off from the whole; "a bit of rock caught him in the eye"
  • Abolish or cancel (something, esp. a plan, policy, or law) that is now regarded as unnecessary, unwanted, or unsuitable
  • Discard or remove from service (a retired, old, or inoperative vehicle, vessel, or machine), esp. so as to convert it to scrap metal

As "Smashie and Nicey" might say ...“Pop a doodle do, this pick of the pics is 'Fleetline-mongus', that’s right pop pickers"!
As "Smashie and Nicey" might say ...“Pop a doodle do, this pick of the pics is 'Fleetline-mongus', that’s right pop pickers"!
Dear old WMPTE Fleetline 4050 (XON50J) heads a line of Fleetlines returning to Park Lane bus garage, Wolverhampton from service on a sunny evening in April 1984. Already de-vaulted and with an engineer sitting in the driver's seat, she's about to be driven around the back of the garage to be fuelled and washed, before being parked up for the following day’s service. 4050 was living a charmed life at this point in her career because she’d been in involved in a collision with the elevated bucket of a JCB tractor in 1983, causing severe damage to near side upper saloon. This should have been the end for the elderly bus, however, for reasons best know to Park Lane's engineering staff, the bus was despatched to Harnell Lane Bus Works in Coventry and repaired. Aside of the fact that internally she had grey window-pans (window frames) instead of silver one’s in the accident damaged area, you wouldn’t have known that the bus had ever been involved in such a collision. Sadly, her days were very much numbered when I took this photograph on 12th April 1984, as she was withdrawn from traffic sixteen days later on 28th April '84. 4050 was sold to scrap dealer, David Rollinson Ltd of Barnsley in July 1984 and broken up. To the right of 4050, can be seen the remains of the old garage bus wash, which was in the throes of been dismantled, as the Garage was undergoing a refit at the time of this photograph. Despit the extensive refit, which included new engineering facilities and new inspection pits, the garage closed on 25th October 1986, quickly falling into a derelict state! However in 1990, Park Lane Garage was resurected as an engineering works, and eventually put back to full traffic duties in November 1993 on the closure of Wolverhampton's Cleveland Road Bus Garage. Today, Park Lane Bus Garage remains Wolverhampton's principle bus garage for National Express West Midlands. Forgive me for the title to this one, it's just me having one of my moments!
Waiting to go to Sheffield Transport Show.
Waiting to go to Sheffield Transport Show.
Autumn 05, going to transport rally Sheffield. With chassis made by Dennis in Guildford, Surrey, body built by Alexanders in Falkirk, Scotland and fitted with a Rolls Royce engine to cope with Sheffield's hills, the new bus entered service with South Yorkshire PTE in May 1983, receiving fleet number 2281. The original livery was South Yorkshire's Tan and Cream. The new bus was allocated to Sheffield's Herries Road garage. She became Mainline 2281 in June 1993 and was subsequently re-painted into Mainline livery of red and yellow with silver and blue bands above the 'skirt'. The company was sold to its employees on November 18th 1994, becoming Mainline Group Ltd. Mainline joined the First Group in July 1998, becoming First Mainline and then on March 24th 2003, First South Yorkshire. First Group had embarked on a national renumbering scheme and 2281 became 30430 on February 27th 2003, only to be withdrawn shortly afterwards. The newly renumbered 30430 passed to Houston Ramm, the Heywood, Lancashire dealer in June 2003, destined for the Barnsley scrap yards - in line with First Group policy not to allow their buses to be sold on for further passenger carrying service. City Church Sheffield had been looking for a suitable vehicle and First Group gave Houston Ramm permission to sell it to them on condition that it would not be used or sold on as a service bus. The bus was then delivered back to Sheffield in July 2003. Since then much help has been given by First South Yorkshire at Rotherham and by other volunteers to bring the bus back to a roadworthy condition and to prepare it for its new role. During much of this time it has been housed at the Sheffield Bus Museum at Tinsley. The aim is to equip the bus with a coffee-bar downstairs and a lounge area on the upper deck. It will then be used in and around Sheffield in connection with the many activities of the church.

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