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Truckers North Truckers South

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This fictionalised autobiographical account is the story of a young man starting his career in road transport. In 1945, 17-year-old Shay becomes a trailer-boy on an Atkinson lorry. He soon comes to love life on the road, despite long hours and frequent absences from his home in Kent.
Paperback, 253 pages
Published September 28th 2007 by Old Pond Publishing
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Mark Maguire
I usually steer clear of works of fiction. I do not consider them to be of equal value to a work of non-fiction, primarily because the author uses significant levels of "artistic licence" as part of the narrative which invariably stretches the boundaries of known-fact to the limit. However, I may need to review this particular viewpoint as I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book!

The book charts one man's journey in the pioneering; pre-nationalisation days of road haulage, starting as a teenage "
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