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A rather sad picture of two former municipal AEC Regent Vs awaiting their fate in the withdrawn pool at Leeds Bramley depot.
The Northern Counties bodied example was originally in the Hebble fleet where it was new in 1962. It was Hebble's only 30ft Regent V to carry Northern Counties bodywork - when new it was 314 RCP237 in the Hebble fleet. It became 366 in the Calderdale fleet and finally 3366 in the West Yorkshire PTE fleet. Next to 366 is an unidentifiable AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell bodywork that was originally in the Bradford fleet. In its later life it was used as a driver trainer for the PTE. Also visible is an ex Leeds AEC Regent V with an exposed radiator one of 150 bought in the nineteen fifties
Photo taken by Chris Hough, Sunday 26 September 1976, Bramley Depot, Leeds
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