New and Old Bakery Vehicles from around the world

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Hunters Bakery
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Sunblest Bakeries

Bread van from Cheshunt
One of the oldest bakery vans I have seen. This one operated around Hertfordshire.
Bakery vehicle used in Birmingham area
Old Birmingham Bakery van
Boons bakery truck
Morris J Van for deliveries of bread

Smiths bakery van

coop van
A door to door service that was run by the Co-op shop back in the40s/60s

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Bimbo bread van. Probably the largest bakery in the world

Hostess wonder

co-op bread cart
Another Co-op bakery van, well before my time.
Irish Bakery van
Irish Bakery van

adelaide bread cart

Bakery vehicle from Wales, made to look like a loaf.
Bakery vehicle from Wales, made to look like a loaf.

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German Bread brand

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This is our new fleet of bread vans based at our Carlisle depot. They are the Iveco Euro Trucks. Please enjoy my little video.

Sri Lankan bread rickshaw
Sri Lankan bread rickshaw

This is a collection of bakery delivery vans from around the world. New and old , so if anyone has any photos that they would like to share with me feel free to send them to me, and I will include them on this site.

9 thoughts on “New and Old Bakery Vehicles from around the world

  1. I’d like to send you an image you might like, it’s the original design for the Jolly Miller Van sign writing. My mother’s family owned the company and we used to ride around my uncle’s farm in an old Jolly Miller van, feeding hay to the cows. That was in the 1970s. I don’t know how I can post the image.

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    1. Sean, really sorry for the delay in getting back to you, I have been away on holiday etc. I would love to add your mother’s family Jolly Miller van to my site . please either scan and email me at howardhunter1@me.com or post to Quayside Bakery, unit A6 Lyntown trading estate, Old Wellington Road, Eccles, Manchester, M30 9QG

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  2. Hello – thank you posting these. Some of them bought back memories.

    I suppose this really is a question to Sean from March 29, 12016 – Hello Sean, My name is Willa Cartwright and my Father was a motor mechanic for Jolly Miller bakeries (in Melbourne, Australia) in the latter half of the 1960s. I remember the vans and the special smell they had. Question, would you have some more details about the company? Some other pictures of the vans, etc. I’d appreciate that very much. Best Regards – Willa

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