When the convoy left Southleigh
and Ilford the containers were immaculate.
Below are photos of three container
interiors on return to Ilford. These are by no means the worst
because I parted with the pictures of the three most untidy ones
to MoD in London, who just shrugged and said it was, "fair
wear and tear".
The aerial sections were normally
stowed in long boxes under the cabin. The cable drums are for
winding the heavy coaxial cables and mains cables.
The rat's nest on the left is
the aerial wire and I'm not sure what happened to the sledgehammer
Jammed in there looks like part
of the transceiver casing?