Morris Minor
Postal Vans
Morris Minor Royal Mail Vans
Morris Minor 1000, 50 cu. ft. postal vans.






Postal Morris Minors including 1971 EML 137J at Amberley © LSA April 2008.
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Morris Minors were popular in the 1950s and 60s for both postal and telephone service duties. They had a load capacity of 50 cu. ft. (cubic feet).

CBY 358D
CBY 358D worked in the London Postal Region.




1966 Morris Minor 1000, CBY 358D at Milton Keynes Museum © LSA April 2014.
EML 137J
Postal Engineering, Morris Minor 1000, EML 137J.




1971 Morris Minor 1000, EML 137J at Amberley Museum © LSA April 2008.
J9365
A Jersey Royal Mail van, which delivered post on the island from 1964 to 1971.



1964 Morris Minor 1000, J9365 outside the 'Garage' at Amberley Museum © LSA April 2011.
Royal Mail JLW 576D
Morris Minor 1000, JLW 576D. It was registered under the Head Postmaster of Worthing.



1966 Morris Minor 1000, JLW 576D at Amberley Museum © LSA April 2011.
NYH 909
Morris Minor 1000, NYH 909, serial 45949. 



Morris Minor 1000, NYH 909 at Amberley Museum © LSA April 2010.
WLC 910G
WLC 910G  served in Hereford for 10 years.


1968 Morris Minor 1000, WLC 910G at Amberley Museum © LSA April 2008.
WUE 847H
WUE 847H was registered via the Head Postmaster of Warwick and Leamington Spa.



1970 Morris Minor 1000, WUE 847H, serial 270910 outside the BPMA stand at Amberley Museum © LSA April 2010.
   

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