Victoria Coach Station Gallery

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Two 1966 Plaxton Panoramas, seen at Victoria Coach Station, illustrate the different treatment of the side mouldings, and stainless steel trim, between Yelloway, Rochdale FDK415D, a C45F bodied A.E.C. 2U3RA Reliance, and Yorkshire Traction, Barnsley 1332, FHE332D, a C49F bodied Leyland PSU3/3RT Leopard.
The former has the shallow low level side trim and the stainless steel trim below the windscreen and the rear windows. The Yorkshire Traction one has the standard depth side panelling trim, no stainless steel trim below the windscreen and the rear windows. Both have a two piece boot door, side-hinged.

Photo taken by John Kaye, Saturday 25 March 1967, London Victoria Coach Station

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