More illegal dumpers added to the pile of rubbish overnight and by morning it had spread all across the pavement.'It happens all the time,' said a male resident, who asked to remain anonymous.The driver is suspected of being part of a sophisticated gang of organised criminals that regularly dumps commercial waste at the site, costing taxpayers tens of thousands of pounds a year.Mail Online passed the footage to Enfield Council's investigations unit which is assessing it.– initial guidance Sometimes bicycles or frames are found with no makers’ transfers or badges on them –and occasionally with badges/transfers that are not correct!In these cases examination of the frame number – where it is, what it is, and how it is, may be of some assistance at least in allowing other specialists to hazard a guess at the true origin of the frame or machine.But according to the Department for the Environment (Defra), the true figure is likely much higher since not all councils have robust mechanisms for reporting it.To make matters worse, just 0.2 per cent of reported cases resulted in prosecution.
She waited until after dark before leaving her flat and dumping as much rubbish as she could carry at the site before hurrying away.
Granby before 1940 used to punch the number on the underside of the head tube –along the bottom edge of the fork crown.
Dursley Pedersen numbers are underneath the leading edge of the front fork spreader plate which carries the lower steering swivel of this frame, with the frame’s size number on the right (near side of the same member). See Table 2 Is it a plain serial number or does it have some preceding numbers or letters (a prefix) or perhaps has some numbers or letters that follow the main number (a suffix)?
For simplicity this analysis stops at this point and refers you to the published sources or if you are a member of the Veteran-Cycle Club (V-CC) to the appropriate ME. See Table 3 Note the type of font of the numbers or letters –are they curly or straight in style, and then their size –are they large or small – for this table a simple division into large or small has been made at 4mm (= 5/32 inch) When you have established these frame number characteristics refer to the tables below and see if you can find a possible manufacturer.
Not all possible variations are shown in the tables to avoid them becoming too cluttered!