Fully Illustrated Powerpoint Presentations

Military History Groups, Local History Groups, U3A, Probus, etc.

For enquiries and bookings, contact     Roy Larkin

Roy@historicroadways.co.uk

or

07814 559470 (answer phone)

The Invisible Corps asc personnel

A brief look at the Army Service Corps 1914-18 revealing a story of evolution, passing the buck and meddling civilians. Perfect for mixed audiences with or without WW1 or military interest.

60 minutes
Where the Money Went asc silk

Day-to-day behind the scenes cost of the Great War on the Western Front and at Home to inspire the imagination into seeing the war away from the battles.  Perfect for mixed audiences with or without WW1 or military interest.

60 minutes
Where the Money Went
(The Sequel)
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The sequel to ‘Day-to-Day Costs’ that explores aspects of the Home and Western Fronts rarely considered and salvage. Intended to point the imagination in new directions.  Perfect for mixed audiences with or without WW1 or military interest.

60 minutes

Where the Money Went
(The Sequel 2)
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The second sequel to the ever-popular ‘Day-to-Day Costs’ that explores aspects of the Home and Western Fronts rarely considered. Intended to point the imagination in new directions.  Perfect for mixed audiences with or without WW1 or military interest.

60 minutes

London Buses at the Front ww1 london bus The story of the London Omnibuses
during the Great War on the
Western Front

45-60 minutes
Repairs and Maintenance asc mobile workship The story of the vehicle repair industry that evolved and grew during the Great War as the army transport grew to over
100,000 motor vehicles

60 minutes
Voie Sacree voie sacree The story of the Voie Sacree, the road that saved Verdun despite all the odds

60 minutes
Developing the Lorry wd daimler Exploring the effect the Great War had on the design and development of the motor lorry and the road transport industry

45-60 minutes
Great War Miscellany artists impression lorry A collection of random, but mostly transport images, each with a story from the Great War and providing opportunity for audience participation and discussion

60 minutes
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Early Heavy Haulage scammell 100 tons The pre-health and safety days of heavy haulage with MRS/Edward Box Ltd and their famous Scammell 100-tonner, KD 9168 as told through first-hand memories in 'We Can Do It!'

45-60 minutes
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