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Cardiff 203, CKG193, seen at Sandtoft during the years before its final glorious restoration. It was an AEC664T with Northern Counties H38/32R bodywork which was new on 1 March 1942 and withdrawn in December 1962. It is wearing the wartime grey primer in which this batch of trolleybuses were delivered. In 1946 is was repainted into the crimson lake livery which it currently carries, but by 1950 it had been repainted again, this time into standard motorbus colours.
Also partially visible in this shot are St Helens 387, BDJ87, a 1951 BUT9611T with East Lancs H30/26R body, and Reading 193, VRD193, a 1961 Burlingham H38/30F bodied Sunbeam F4A.
Photo here of the fully restored 203.
Photo taken by Alan Hall, c.2006, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
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