The truck with no bonnet is, as said,an Austin K2 from about 1948 to 1952. They are not very valuable in that condition but somebody on this forum was looking for wheels several months ago. I see yours has no front wheels. The term "Birmingham Bedford" was only a nickname and probably only used in Australia. There is one in a paddock near me. It had a bonnet twenty years ago but that disappeared about 17 years ago. I can give directions to anyone who is interested.
The smaller vehicle is obviously a Landrover, Someone has said it is a Series 1 and it may well be. I know very little about them but I do know that the earliest Series 1's had the headlights behind the steel mesh grille. This is probably reasonably valuable. There is at least one Landrover club and I am sure there is a forum you could advertise it on.
I have my shoulder to the wheel,
my nose to the grindstone,
I've put my best foot forward,
I've put my back into it,
I'm gritting my teeth,
Its an early one(pre 54),which is good........most value comes from having a model sought after in UK..... 80" wheelbase,and the original motor.......(many S1 s have had Holden motors put in them)........check some of the UK Land-rover Forums and vehicle sales to get an idea of potential value.