A dray or lorry, which was a common sight in towns in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Originally horse-drawn, this vehicle was well suited to carrying sacks of grain, coal and other material.
R W & F Money, of Southgate, Sleaford, were corn and cake merchants.
In 1930 they advertised their attendance at the markets in Spalding, Boston, Newark, Lincoln, Grantham and Peterborough, an indication of the size of the business. This vehicle awaits restoration.
Ken Redmore, 2008