An illustrated guide to the postwar Leyland Titan

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Former Alexander (Midland) RB245, RMS677, was one of their unusual Leyland OPS2 rebuilds, becoming a PD3/3 and given a new Alexander lowbridge body in 1961.
Thanks to Peter Williamson and the Old Bus Photo website, and to Iain MacGregor of the Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust for this information. It is seen in the colours of Car Touche, Geneva, with its destination blind strangely showing "Burrough's Factory" of Strathleven, where mechanical adding machines were manufactured for many years.

Photo taken by Paul Haywood, Friday 31 March 2006, Cornavin Station, Geneva, Switzerland

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