Last week one of our instructors was training on customer premises in Daventry on their pedestrian reach truck and pedestrian pallet trucks.
In the 18th century Daventry, now just off the M1, was a thriving coaching town, but business dried up after the London and Birmingham Railway opened in 1838, bypassing Daventry.
Grand Georgian coaching inns like the Dun Cow on Brook Street still contribute to Daventry’s townscape, where there’s also a rare Georgian Church and a Moot Hall from 1768, all reflecting the prosperity of the coaching days.
High over the town’s east flank is the 200-metre Borough Hill, capped with prehistoric hillforts, and used by the BBC as a broadcasting station for most of the 20th century.
Our other instructors were working on customer premises in Banbury and Milton Park, Didcot providing novice training on the counterbalance truck and conversion training on the Very Narrow Aisle truck.
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