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Farsley Omnibus was a Wallace Arnold subsidiary operating a stage carriage service from Pudsey to Horsforth, near Leeds. MUB433, a Daimler CVD6, was originally built for Wallace Arnold with a Wilks & Meades coach body in 1949, then given a second-hand Plaxton coach body in 1954, before being rebodied as a double-decker by Roe in 1957.
This view shows the bus during its final days before their route was taken over by Leeds City Transport in 1968.
Photo taken by Paul Haywood, 1968, Bagley Lane, Farsley
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