Gypsy Gold Farm Spinner 1 Gypsys traveled from town to town and lived in the big caravan wagons. In town, to make deliveries, pick ups, and run errands they used smaller wagons called spinners. The spinners are usually highly decorated as are the caravans
This curious looking design was known as the Bugden and was operated in large numbers by Job's Dairy; with its upright cab and vertical steering wheel it bore some resemblance to the "Rider Pram" built by Express subsidiary Electruk (Lewis of Watford) and its "Helecs" lookalike built by Ross. DPN 293C is seen in a withdrawn state. Photo by Paul Brady.