Also in this clip. There are several soldiers inside a building that has got bomb damage. Could this be the cookhouse? The camera films a bit of the inside building after the men have left. It might be me but is it filming a body? It looks like a leg and foot can be seen. It's the detail that makes it interesting isn't it , Alex ? The census number does indicate a 1939 contract but I'd guess fairly early in 1939. Too early, I think, to be a panic contract of civilian stock on the outbreak of hostilities. A quick look at the list shows it was only a very small contract - 35 vehicles so it's perhaps not surprising that there is little surviving photographic evidence. Contract V3332 - M392353 - M392388 so this one (M392387) was the penultimate build. If the triangle is indeed a dirtied-down 1st Div sign then the '14' (on red) indicates 2nd Btn. Coldstream Guards. They could well be Guardsmen. They're big enough. It looks as if a casualty is being moved to the Humber from the building with a Union flag. The bonnet looks to have been peppered with fragmentation. I suspect from the other films and the scenery that it's probably between Leuven and Brussels.