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John Butler's 2009 Volunteer Community Archive project of the day when a classic road vehicle, fondly remembered by locals as the "Buckley Sentinel", revisted its home town in Flintshire, North Wales.
Built in 1937, this vehicle was operated as part of the fleet of Castle Firebrick of Buckley to transport bricks and refractory products to sites around North Wales and Merseyside.
Under the ownership of heritage vehicle champion, Stuart Gray the Buckley Sentinal has been faithfully restored to former glory. Buckley, once a thriving pottery & brick-making community has retained a strong heritage tradition.

On this day in 2009, veterans viewed the vehicle with pride as an iconic vehicle in the livery of a bygone era invoked many happy childhood memories.

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