SCT '61 Photo Index
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1. HE12
Preserved Barnsley & District HE12, a Leyland S3 with a Brush 27 seat body, new in April 1913, seen at the Thames Valley 100th anniversary occasion at Bridge Street Maidenhead before departure to Reading.
Photo taken Sunday 2 August 2015, Bridge Street Maidenhead
2. UF4813
UF4813, preserved Southdown 813 is a 1929 Leyland Titan TD1 with Brush O27/24RO bodywork. This vehicle is unique in that it has been owned by Southdown / NBC / Stagecoach from new.
Photo taken Sunday 31 July 2005, Marine Parade, Worthing
3. UF4813
Southdown UF4813, acting as a support vehicle on the occasion of the British Coach Rally at Brighton, is seen here on Madeira Drive with a deserted beach as a backdrop. The bus was a 1929 Brush bodied Leyland TD1.
Photo taken Sunday 6 May 1962, Madeira Drive, Brighton
4. CH5432
Trent CH5432, SOS ODD ex S rebodied Brush B26F and withdrawn 1936, then sold to a fair.
Photo taken August 1950, Gresley Common near Swadlincote
5. HA7328
Midland Red HA7328, an SOS IM6 new in 1931 with Brush B34F body. It was withdrawn in September 1950.
6. JO5403
Preserved Oxford AEC Regent JO5403, seen here at Oxford Bus Museum in 2003.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 2003, Oxford Bus Museum
7. JO5403
New to City of Oxford in 1932, JO5403 is an AEC Regent and carries a Brush body. It was withdrawn by COMS in 1951 passing to Provincal (Gosport & Fareham) who converted it to an open topper as seen here.
Photo taken Sunday 18 August 2013, Oxford Bus Museum
8. TV9333
Nottingham 67 (later 367), TV9333, was a Karrier E6 with Brush H34/30R body, new in 1934, and believed to be the oldest intact Nottingham trolleybus in existence. It is seen at Sandtoft prior to a restoration project which is still continuing today.
Photo taken Saturday 27 July 2002, Sandtoft
9. TV9333
Nottingham 67 (later 367), TV9333, was a Karrier E6 with Brush H34/30R body, new in 1934 and believed to be the oldest intact Nottingham trolleybus in existence.
Photo taken Saturday 27 July 2013, Sandtoft
10. AHA578
Midland Red 1693, AHA578, an SOS DON new in 1935 with a Brush B36F body, seen here before being rebuilt at Hooton in February 1952. Withdrawn in 1957.
Photo taken October 1951, Leicester Bus Station
11. CUB1
Ledgards famous Brush bodied 1935 Maudsley Marathon coach CUB1 in original form There is no date to the photograph but if it is post war it was taken before 1951
Photo taken c.1945, Forster Square, Bradford
12. RC2704
Trent 304, RC2704, a SOS DON with Brush B36F body from 1935.
Photo taken December 1949, Trent parking ground, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby
13. RC2721
Preserved Trent RC2721 is an S.O.S DON with a Brush body and was new in 1935.
Photo taken Sunday 5 May 1968, A23, South of Crawley
14. RC3715
Trent 344, RC3715, a SOS DON with Brush B36F body. This one was not rebodied but was rebuilt in the works in 1951.
Photo taken Tuesday 28 June 1949
15. JA5528
This is JA5528, North Western 728, dating from June 1936 a Bristol JO5G originally with Eastern Counties (4218) B31R body but rebodied by Brush B31R in 1946. It is part of the Quantock Heritage collection.
Photo taken Saturday 9 May 2015, Private site near Wiveliscombe
16. RC3705
Trent 334, RC3705 an SOS with Brush B36F body from 1936, rebuilt by Trent in 1948.
Photo taken Monday 4 July 1949, Cattle Parking Ground, used by buses, Derby
17. RN7824
Ex Ribble 1568, RN7824 a 1936 Leyland Cheetah LZ2 with Brush C31F body.
Photo taken Sunday 25 May 2014, RVPT Running Day, Morecambe
18. DLY554
London Transport Class E1 trolleybus 554, DLY554, numerically the first of it's class, at Letchford Gardens , Harlesden
Photo taken Saturday 11 April 1959, Letchford Gardens, London Harlesden
19. DLY591
London Transport 591, DLY591, an E1 class AEC 664T with Brush body, new in 1937.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1959, Stratford Broadway
20. BTR310
Hants & Dorset open-topper 1020, BTR310, a 1938 Bristol K5G with Brush L28/26R body, converted to open top in 1954 and withdrawn in 1957
Photo taken August 1956, Bournemouth Bus Station
21. FHA207
Midland Red SOS FEDD 2225, FHA207, from 1938 with a Brush H30/26F body. Withdrawn in 1957.
Photo taken July 1951, Leicester Bus Station
22. JT9353
Hants & Dorset open-topper 1025, JT9353, a 1938 Bristol K5G with Brush L28/26R body, converted to open top in 1953
Photo taken August 1956, High Street, Lymington
23. RC5995
Trent 1046, RC5995, a Daimler COG5 with Weymann 54 seat Highbridge body new to Trent in April 1938. Rebodied by Brush in February 1948. Sold to Frank Cowley April 1957 then to Egerton (Dealer) in February 1959.
Photo taken approx 1948, Kingsway, Derby
24. FHA238
Midland Red SOS FEDD FHA238 with a Brush H30/26F body, new in 1939 and withdrawn in 1957.
Photo taken 1951, Swadlincote Bus Station
25. GHA309
Midland Red SOS SON 2390, GHA309, with Brush B38F body, new in 1940 and rebuilt in August 1950 by Nudd, withdrawn in 1957.
Photo taken Monday 19 December 1949, Memorial Square, Coalville
26. GHA310
Midland Red SOS SON 2391, GHA310, with Brush B38F body new in 1940 and rebuilt in February 1950 by Nudd. Withdrawn in 1958; in July 1962 noted with a showman at Stafford. Taken in High Street Woodville; the old pot kiln behind was used as part of a furniture shop.
Photo taken Thursday 30 June 1949, High Street, Woodville
27. GHA326
Midland Red SOS SON 2407, GHA326, new in 1940 with a Brush B38F body, withdrawn August 1952.
Photo taken c.1950, Swadlincote Garage
28. GHA337
Midland Red 2418, GHA337, an SOS SON with Brush B38F body, new in June 1940, seen in service on the A435 near Wythall.
Photo taken Monday 6 April 2015, A435
29. GHA337
Midland Red GHA337 alongside Trent's 1940 BMMO SON 417, RC7927.
Photo taken Sunday 13 October 2013, BaMMOT Bus Museum Wythall
30. ACK727
Worth, Enstone acquired ACK727 from Ribble, Preston where it had been number 2394 in 1956. It was a Daimler CWG5 with a Brush L27/26R body new in 1943 and is seen here at Gloucester Green, Oxford.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green, Oxford
31. AHL11
Bullock, Featherstone put two Daimler CWG5s with Brush L27/28R bodies into service in 1943 and 260, AHL11, entered service in July. In September 1950 it passed to West Riding, Wakefield with the Bullock business and retained its fleet number.
Photo taken Sunday 26 February 1956, York Street, Leeds
32. DSG178
Occupying the 'Tour Stance' at Farraline Park Bus Station, Inverness is Highland E40, DSG178, a Guy Arab I with Brush L27/26R body new in June 1943 to Scottish Omnibuses. It passed to Highland in 1958.
Photo taken Friday 24 July 1959, Farraline Park Bus Station, Inverness
33. DSG179
DSG179, Highland E44, was acquired from Scottish Omnibuses in January 1959 and was a Guy Arab I with Brush L27/26R body, new in June 1943 to SMT.
Photo taken Friday 24 July 1959, Academy Street, Inverness
34. JTW237
Eastern National 3882, JTW237, a Guy Arab I with Brush L27/28R body new in 1943 and carrying London Transport markings, temporaily transferred for a few months when ENOC's Grays services were taken over by LT in September 1951.
Photo taken 1951/2, Grays
35. BHJ773
Southend 224, BHJ773
Photo taken c. 1955, Victoria Station, Southend
36. BHJ773
A rear view of utility bodied Daimler 224, BHJ773, inside the Southend Corporation depot on 9th February 1957. Judging by the fact that it has lost its destination blinds and has various bits and pieces on the platform it might well have been withdrawn.
Photo taken Saturday 9 February 1957, SCT Garage, London Road
37. EWT956
South Yorkshire Motors 53, EWT956, seen in Leeds Central Bus Station, was a Daimler CWA6 with Brush UL27/26R body, new in 1944.
Photo taken Saturday 6 April 1957, Leeds Central Bus Station
38. HMA529
S.H.M.D. 197, HMA529, was a Daimler CWA6 with a Brush H30/26R body new in 1944 which was seen in the Park Road garage in Stalybridge. Withdrawn in 1960 it was sold to Max Speed Transportation (dealer), London for scrap.
Photo taken Saturday 28 February 1959, Park Road Garage, Stalybridge
39. BHJ775
Southend 226, BHJ775, a Daimler CWA6 with Brush L27/28R utility body new in March 1945 and the last unrebodied survivor in the fleet of 19 Daimlers received in the last two years of the war.
Photo taken Saturday 29 August 1959, Garage, London Road, Southend
40. BHJ777
A scrapyard view of Southend 228, BHJ777, a Daimler CW with Brush utility body
41. BHJ777
Southend utility bodied Daimler 228, BHJ777, turns out of Fairfax Drive to climb Prittlewell Hill towards Southend and the Eastern Circular on route 29 in February 1957.
Photo taken Friday 8 February 1957, Prittlewell Hill, Southend
42. GFJ85
Exeter Corporation 89, GFJ85, a 1945 built Brush bodied Daimler CWA6 seen here under what looks like a new and unusual washing plant.
Photo taken 1954, Exeter Garage
43. GRH296
Photographed in the days when vehicles could still use Victoria Square, Hull Corporation Transport Trolley Bus No. 76, GRH296, is on route 62 turning in readiness to reload in Prospect Street. No 76 was a Sunbeam W with a Brush body new to the fleet in June 1945 and remaining in service until September 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 18 August 1962, Queen Victoria Square, Hull
44. GYL291
Samuel Ledgard GYL291 was new to London Transport as D126 in 1945 and arrived with Ledgard via Bee Line, West Hartlepool in 1956. A Daimler CWA6 with a Brush H30/26R body, seen here in the West Yorkshire Bus Station at Leeds Vicar Lane, it was withdrawn in 1960.
Photo taken Sunday 24 March 1957, Vicar Lane Bus Station, Leeds
45. JUB586
With building work taking place in Eastgate, Leeds 86, JUB586, a Daimler CWA6 with a Brush H30/26R body new in September 1945 is seen operating one of the two East End Park Circular routes (61/2).
Photo taken Sunday 26 June 1955, Eastgate, Leeds
46. JUB589
Leeds 89, JUB589, a Daimler CWA6 with a Brush H30/26R body, new in September 1945, is seen at the Bramley Station stop in Stanningley Road on its way to Half Mile Lane.
Photo taken Thursday 29 July 1954, Stanningley Road, Bramley Station
47. JUB598
Seen at Platform B in Leeds Bus Station is 515, JUB598, a Daimler CWD6 with a Brush H30/26R body which had been new in November 1945 as number 98.
Photo taken Thursday 23 June 1955, Leeds Bus Station
48. KHK864
The majority of the Canvey/Benfleet fleet at the time of the takeover by Westcliff in 1951 were utility bodied Daimler double deckers. KHK864, with Brush body, is one of those delivered new to Canvey, photographed outside Fairfax Drive depot in February 1955.
Photo taken Tuesday 22 February 1955, Fairfax Drive Depot, Southend
49. FA8424
Burton 39, FA8424, a Guy Arab with Brush B35F body, new in November 1946, later to Stevensons, Uttoxeter.
Photo taken October 1949, at Derby (probably on football special to Derby County)
50. FA8424
Photographed at the Spath, Uttoxeter garage, Stevenson, Spath 7, FA8424, was a Guy Arab III with a Brush B34F body new in 1946 as Burton 39, which had been acquired in April 1954.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Spath
51. JUB593
Leeds 93, JUB593, Daimler CWA6/Brush H30/26R, entered service in January 1946, pictured in the original Leeds Bus Station in the summer of 1956. It was withdrawn later that year.
Photo taken Sunday 17 June 1956, Leeds Central Bus Station
52. JUG104
Leeds 504, JUG104, was a Daimler CWA6 with a Brush H30/26R body which had been new in January 1946 and was the first of a batch of nine. 504 was withdrawn in December 1956 and sold to A.M.C.C. Ltd. (dealers), London E.11 in May 1957. Behind is one of the sixty all-Leyland PD2/1s delivered in 1949/50.
Photo taken Saturday 2 July 1955, Roundhay Park, Leeds
53. JUG111
Leeds 511, JUG111, was one of a batch of nine Daimler CWA6/Brush H30/26R delivered in 1946. It entered service in January 1946 and was withdrawn in December 1956.
Photo taken Sunday 20 March 1955, Hyde Park Terminus, Leeds
54. ACH627
Derby Corporation 27, ACH627, is a Daimler CVD6 with locally built Brush bodywork new in 1947.
Photo taken Sunday 20 September 2009, at Meadowhall, Sheffield
55. ACH627
ACH627, Derby Corporation Daimler CVD6 with a Brush body. New in 1947, the batch were withdrawn between 1963 and 1969. Renovated by Geoff Clarke.
Photo taken Friday 7 August 2009, Willington Marina
56. ACH627
Ex Derby Corporation 27, ACH627, a 1947 Daimler CVD6 with Brush body.
Photo taken Sunday 1 July 2012, at Wirksworth Station
57. FWX892
Mexborough and Swinton 8, FWX892, was the second of the 1947 batch of post war fleet renewals. Having the more rounded bodywork than the 1943 deliveries, it was still on the Sunbeam W chassis rather than the later F4, one of which can be seen following. At the closure of the system this vehicle's chassis appears not to have been sold for further use elsewhere.
Photo taken Saturday 20 August 1960, Rockingham Road, Swinton
58. FWX894
Mexborough & Swinton 10, FWX894, a Sunbeam W with Brush B35C body dating from 1947.
Photo taken Saturday 9 January 1960, Welfare Avenue, Conanby
59. GUP110
Northern General 1110, GUP110, seen at Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, was a Guy Arab III (5LW) with a Brush B38F body, one of fifty new in 1947.
Photo taken Friday 31 July 1959, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
60. GUP73
Northern General 1073, GUP73, seen at Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, was a Guy Arab III (5LW) with a Brush B38F body, one of fifty new in 1947.
Photo taken Friday 31 July 1959, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
61. ACH630
Derby 30, ACH630, a Daimler CVD6 with Brush H56R body, new in 1948, withdrawn in 1968.
Photo taken 1967, Derby Market Place
62. CCK665
Whippet Coaches CCK665, a Leyland PD2/3 with Brush L53R body, originally in the Ribble fleet
Photo taken Saturday 20 June 1964, Drummer Street, Cambridge
63. EKY544
EKY544 was one of ten Daimler CVD6s with Brush H33/26R bodies acquired by Green Bus, Rugeley from Bradford in July 1959 (EKY 544-550) and in November 1959 (EKY 551-553). Green Bus numbered it 44.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Elmore Lane Depot, Rugeley
64. EKY546
Green Bus, Rugeley, 31, EKY546, a Daimler CVD6 built 1948 with Brush H30/26R bodywork. This had been new as Bradford 546, acquired by Green Bus in July 1959.
Photo taken early 1960s, Rugeley Garage
65. EKY550
Green Bus Company, Rugeley 39, EKY550, seen at the Rugeley garage, was a Daimler CVD6 with a Brush H30/26R body which had been new as Bradford 550 in 1948. Between September and November 1959 Green Bus acquired all ten of the Bradford batch 544-553.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Rugeley Garage
66. EKY553
Seen in Nelson Street is Bradford 553, EKY553, the last of a batch of ten Daimler CVD6 new in 1948 with Brush H30/26R bodywork, later reseated to H33/26R.
Photo taken Sunday 31 March 1957, Nelson Street, Bradford
67. FBC312
Taylor Woodrow Construction FBC312, an A E C Regent III 9612E built in 1948 with Brush H33/27R bodywork. Staff transport at Hartlepool Nuclear Power Station, this had been new as Leicester 46.
Photo taken November 1970, Hartlepool Nuclear Power Station construction site
68. FWX917
Mexborough and Swinton replaced almost their entire trolleybus fleet post war with 39 similar single deckers. The first 6 were delivered in 1943 to a utility design, the remainder between 1947 and 1950 having more rounded styling. 33, FWX917, is a 1948 Sunbeam F4 with Brush bodywork, seating 35 (32 when delivered).
Photo taken Saturday 20 August 1960, Church St., Swinton
69. FWX919
Mexborough & Swinton 35, FWX919, a Sunbeam F4 with Brush B32C body new in 1948, seen a month before the system closed.
Photo taken February 1961, Conisborough High
70. GWY77
Baddeley Bros, Holmfirth rebodied its Leyland PS1 GWY77 in 1954 with a secondhand Brush B34F body from a Yorkshire Woollen Leyland PS1 which was being rebodied as a double decker.
Photo taken Monday 18 May 1964, Upperhead Row Bus Station, Huddersfield
71. HD7829
HD7829 was a Brush H30/26R bodied Leyland PD2/1 which had been new in 1948 as Yorkshire Woollen District 546 and was one of fifteen new that year. Withdrawn in 1959 it passed to Fleet Car Sales (dealer), Dunchurch and to Garner, Bridge-of-Weir in June 1960 where it was numbered 80 and would appear to be operating the "Garners Special to Houston and Johnstone".
Photo taken Tuesday 12 June 1962, High Street, Johnstone
72. HD7849
Yorkshire Woollen District 566, HD7849, seen in the old Maroon and Cream livery, leaves Chester Street in Bradford and waits to turn into Morley Street to head for Manchester on the Express service (X12) with the hinged metal plate folded down indicating that this is a duplicate bus. 566 was one of seventy-five Leyland PS1s with Brush B34F bodies new in 1948, twenty-four of which were rebodied in 1954/5 with M.C.C.W H30/26R bodies.
Photo taken Sunday 13 May 1956, Chester Street Bus Station, Bradford
73. HD7904
Yorkshire Woollen District 621, HD7904, a Leyland PS1 from 1948 with Brush B34F body. 621 and 622 were converted to towing wagons E5 and E6 in 1960 and withdrawn in 1969.
Photo taken 1968, Sovereign Street, Leeds
74. HD7905
Yorkshire Woollen 622, HD7905, a 1948 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Brush bodywork. A number of similar buses were rebodied as double deckers in the mid 1950s but 622 retained its single deck body until withdrawal.
Photo taken Sunday 11 September 2005, Meadowhall, Sheffield
75. HD7905
Former Yorkshire Woollen District 622, HD7905, a 1948 Leyland PS1 with Brush body.
Photo taken Sunday 18 November 2012, Dewsbury Bus Museum
76. HD7905
Former Yorkshire Woollen District 622, HD7905, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Brush B34F body, new 1948.
Photo taken Summer 1970, North's, Sherburn-in-Elmet
77. HD7905
Former Yorkshire Woollen District 622, HD7905, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Brush B34F body, new 1948.
Photo taken 1973, Mersey & Calder Group Yard, Todmorden
78. HG9651
Burnley Colne and Nelson 10, HG9651, a 1948 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Brush bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 6 August 2006, Harrogate
79. HG9651
Former Burnley, Colne and Nelson 10, HG9651, is a Leyland PS1 with a Brush B35R body of 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 9 October 2005, Kildwick
80. HOV707
Birmingham 1707, HOV707, was one of a batch of 100 Leyland PD2/1 with Brush H30/24R bodies new in 1948, at Perry Barr Garage.
Photo taken Sunday 15 October 1967, Perry Barr Garage
81. HOV743
Birmingham 1743, HOV743, a Leyland PD2/1 with Brush H30/24R body of 1948.
Photo taken 1966, Bull Ring, Birmingham
82. JFJ52
A sad sequel to Paul Haywood's splendid picture of JFJ55 at Arthington in happier times.
Photo taken Aug/Sept 1963, in effect an outpost of the larger Otley premises, the yard of Samuel Ledgard's Ilkley Depot
83. JFJ55
Samuel Ledgard JFJ55 was one of a small batch of former Exeter Daimler CVD6s with Brush bodywork. They had a distinctly utilitarian appearance but dated from 1948.
Photo taken 1962, Arthington Terminus
84. JFJ606
The upper saloon of Exeter Corporation 43, JFJ606, showing the unusual horizontal sliding windows fitted to the front ventilators. It is a Daimler CVD6DD with a Brush H30/26R body and was new in 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 30 September 1984, Winkleigh
85. JFJ607
Exeter Corporation 44, JFJ607, a 1948 built Brush bodied Daimler CVD6
Photo taken 1954, outside Exeter Central Station
86. JHA24
Seen in February 1961 is Midland Red type AD2 no 3123, JHA24, at the Company's Central Works in Carlyle Road Birmingham. 3123 was one of a batch of 100 buses ordered from the AEC company and supplied with Brush bodywork. 3123 was new in July 1948 and was withdrawn in January 1961. It is seen here awaiting its fate after withdrawal, which proved to be to go as a driver training vehicle and staff bus until April 1963.
Photo taken February 1961, Central Works, Carlyle Road, Birmingham
87. JHA28
Midland Red AEC Regent 3127, JHA28, with Brush H30/26R body from 1948.
Photo taken October 1951, Leicester Bus Station
88. LNW522
Seen in Leeds Bus Station was Leeds 522, LNW522, one of ten Daimler CVD6/Brush H30/26R delivered in 1948.
Photo taken Monday 30 May 1955, Leeds Central Bus Station
89. LNW529
Ledgard, Armley LNW529 was one of ten Daimler CVD6s with Brush H30/26R bodies which had been new as Leeds 522-531 in 1948.
Photo taken Monday 18 April 1960, Horsforth
90. MRB709
Trent 1219, MRB709, was an AEC Regent III acquired in 1956 with the business of Naylor, Normanton. New in 1948 it had a Brush H30/26R body and is seen in Derby Bus Station.
Photo taken Thursday 1 October 1959, Derby Bus Station
91. ARC507
Derby 207, ARC507, was a Sunbeam F4 with Brush H30/26R body.
Photo taken 1965, Derby Market Place
92. BCH576
Derby 76, BCH576, and 86, BCH886, were both Daimler CVD6's with Brush H30/26R bodies of 1949 and 1950 respectively.
Photo taken 1967, Derby Market Place
93. BHE442
Eastbourne Electric Tramway BHE442, a Leyland Tiger PS1 ancilliary vehicle. New to Yorkshire Traction (781) in 1949 with a Brush B32F body, it was withdrawn by them in 1960 and sold to the ETC who cut it down into this form.
Photo taken Monday 20 July 1970, The Crumbles, Eastbourne
94. FBC318
Taylor Woodrow FBC318, an AEC Regent III 9612E built in 1949 with Brush H33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken April 1970, Hartlepool Nuclear Power Station
95. FJW519
Wolverhampton 519, FJW519, a Daimler CVG6 with Brush H29/25R body new in 1949.
Photo taken April 1962, Tettenhall A41 Wergs Road/Wrottesley Road
96. GKV101
Seen at the Sandy Lane garage, Coventry 101, GKV101, was the first of sixteen Daimler CVD6s with Brush B34F bodies which were new in 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Sandy Lane Garage
97. HKV110
Coventry 110, HKV110, was one of sixteen Brush B34F bodied Daimler CVD6s new in 1949 and was seen at the Harnall Lane garage.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Harnall Lane Garage
98. JFJ606
Daimler CVD6 with a Brush H30/26R body, JFJ606, was ex-Exeter 43 and was seen at Winkleigh.
Photo taken Sunday 7 October 1979, Winkleigh
99. JFJ606
A view of the interior of the upper saloon of ex-Exeter 43, JFJ606, a Daimler CVD6 with a Brush H30/26R body which was seen at Winkleigh.
Photo taken Sunday 7 October 1979, Winkleigh
100. KPT264
Green Bus Company, Rugeley 15, KPT264, acquired in January 1960, has seen better days having been withdrawn in 1963 and is seen at the Uttoxeter garage. It was one of eight such buses acquired from Northern General in 1959/1960 and was a Guy Arab III with a Brush B38F body dating from 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Uttoxeter Garage
101. KPT279
Northern General 1279, KPT279, a Guy Arab III (5LW) with a Brush B38F body was one of fifty new in 1949 and was seen at Marlborough Crescent Bus Station.
Photo taken Friday 31 July 1959, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
102. LHA373
Midland Red 3373, LHA373, on a hot sunny June day in 1965, seen in a really beautiful old part of Shrewsbury.
Photo taken June 1965, Shrewsbury
103. LHA400
Former Midland Red 3400, LHA400, a BMMO S9 with Brush body new in 1949, seen here operating for Hulleys of Baslow, Derbyshire.
Photo taken Sunday 14 April 1968, New Beetwell Street, Chesterfield
104. LKJ780
Maidstone Corporation 80, LKJ780, a 1949 Daimler CVG6/Brush H56R which was sold for scrap in 1964.
Photo taken 1953, Maidstone
105. LKJ780
Second shot of Maidstone Corporation 80, LKJ780, a 1949 Daimler CVG6 with Brush H56R body.
Photo taken 1953, Maidstone
106. LNW528
Leeds 528, LNW528, Daimler CVD6/Brush H30/26R was one of ten (522-531) new in 1948/9 and withdrawn in 1958. 528 entered service in February 1949 being withdrawn at the end of July 1958. It is seen here at Hyde Park working on one of the Hyde Park circular services.
Photo taken Saturday 11 May 1957, Hyde Park Terminus
107. BCH890
Derby 90, BCH890, was a Brush H30/26R bodied Daimler CVD6, one of fifteen new in 1950.
Photo taken Friday 2 October 1959, Sinfin Lane, Derby
108. BCH894
Derby 94, BCH894, was a Daimler CVD6 with Brush H30/26R body of 1950.
Photo taken 1967, Allestree Lane Terminus, Derby
109. CCK668
Delaine, Bourne 54, CCK668, acquired from Ribble, Preston 2691 in May 1961 was a Leyland PD2/3 with a Brush L27/26R body which had been new in 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 20 September 1964, Bourne
110. CHE345
Yorkshire Traction 853, CHE345, was a Dennis Lancet III with Brush B32F body of 1950.
Photo taken 1960, Pond Street Bus Park, Sheffield
111. CHE360
Yorkshire Traction 868, CHE360, Dennis Lancet III with Brush B32F body, one of thirty Lancets delivered in 1950, 24 as buses and 6 as coaches.
Photo taken Saturday 9 May 1959, Barnsley Bus Station
112. KTV506
Nottingham 506, KTV506, is a B.U.T. 9641T with a distinctive Brush H38/32R body dating from 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 2009, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
113. LPT137
A number of Guy Arab IIIs with Brush B38F bodies were acquired from Northern General and LPT137, new in 1950, became number 19 with Green Bus, Rugeley in November 1962.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Elmore Lane Depot, Rugeley
114. LPT140
Green Bus Company, Rugeley 17, LPT140, was a Guy Arab III fitted with a Brush B38F which had been new in 1950 to Northern General as number 1340. It was acquired by Green Bus Company in October 1962 and was one of four acquired at that time following eight which had been acquired in 1959/60. It is at the Rugeley garage of Green Bus.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Rugeley Garage
115. MTC757
In 1952 Simpson, Gargrave (Pennine), had acquired MTC757, the Brush B44F bodied Leyland PSU1/13 Royal Tiger demonstrator new in 1950, which is seen in Skipton Bus Station.
Photo taken Sunday 27 April 1958, Skipton Bus Station
116. NDH958
In the summer of 1970, former Walsall 341, NDH958, leaves St Pauls Street bus station, Walsall. It is a 1950 Sunbeam F4 with a Brush body, much rebuilt. To the left is one of the former Birmingham Guy Arabs which had replaced some of the trolleys in February that year, whilst the end came on 3rd October, though 341 did not make it until the very end. In true Walsall fashion the destination and route number do not agree!
Photo taken August 1970, St. Paul's Street Bus Station, Walsall
117. NHA744
NHA744 is BMMO / Midland Red S12 new in 1950 with Brush 44 seat body to Midland Red design.
Photo taken Monday 29 August 2016, entering Chapel Lane from Wythall Transport Museum
118. NHA798
Midland Red 3798, NHA798, was a Brush-bodied D5B, fitted with platform doors for long-distance service. This example is seen about to depart on the interurban route 658 to Leicester.
Photo taken 1961, Pool Meadow, Coventry
119. BTS490
Dundee 10, BTS490, a Daimler CVD6SD with Brush B39R body seen in Dundee was one of ten new in 1951.
Photo taken Wednesday 28 July 1965, Crichton Street, Dundee
120. CRC906
Derby 106, CRC906, was one of five Foden PVD6/Brush H30/26R vehicles delivered in 1951.
Photo taken Friday 2 October 1959, Tennant Street Bus Park, Derby
121. CRC907
Foden was always a small player in the UK bus market, and examples of their double deckers were comparatively rare. This PVD6, with a Brush H30/26R body, dated from 1951, was Derby's 107, CRC907.
Photo taken 1966, Derby Market Place
122. CRC909
A line-up of three Derby Fodens, from left to right 109, 105 and 107, CRC909/5/7 from a batch of five Foden PVD6 with Brush H30/26R bodies delivered in 1951 (with perhaps a rear view of a fourth).
Photo taken October 1967, Ascot Drive Depot
123. CRC911
Preserved Derby Corporation 111, CRC911, a 1951 Crossley DD42/8 with Brush bodywork, seen on the East Pennine Transport Group rally to Huddersfield
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 1985, at the new Wallace Arnold Gelderd Road Depot, Leeds
124. CRC911
Preserved ex-Derby 111, CRC911, a Brush H30/26R bodied Crossley DD42/8A climbs up out of Halifax on the Trans Pennine Rally heading for Harrogate.
Photo taken Sunday 6 August 1972, at Halifax
125. HD8550
Yorkshire Woollen District 696, HD8550, a Brush B44F bodied Leyland PSU1/13 Royal Tiger new in 1951.
Photo taken Saturday 7 July 1956, Wakefield Bus Station
126. KTV566
Nottingham 566, KTV566, a BUT 9641T with Brush H38/32R body seen in central Nottingham.
Photo taken Saturday 27 March 1965, Long Row West, Nottingham
127. KTV578
Recently asked by a 34 year old "What is a trolleybus"?. Here for the less enlightened (!) is Nottingham BUT 9641T 578, KTV578, from 1951 with Brush H63R body running at the Black Country Museum.
Photo taken Saturday 6 June 1992, Black Country Living Museum, Dudley
128. KTV579
Nottingham 579, KTV579, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Brush H38/32R body, one of a batch of one hundred such vehicles delivered between 1950 and 1952. 579 was one of the 1951 deliveries entering service in December. After withdrawal in 1965 it passed, along with the majority of the batch, to Autospares (dealer), Bingley.
Photo taken Saturday 6 October 1962, Beastmarket Hill, Nottingham
129. LRH694
Former East Yorkshire M.S. 552, LRH694, a Leyland Royal Tiger PSU1/13 with Brush B41R body, new in 1951. This had passed to dealer Frank Cowley of Salford in 1964, then on to an unidentified non-psv operator.
Photo taken April 1972, off Great Ducie Street, Salford
130. LRH696
East Yorkshire 554, LRH696, was one of seven Leyland Royal Tigers with Brush B44R bodies new in 1951 and was in Castle Street, Leeds when photographed.
Photo taken Saturday 6 August 1955, Lisbon Street, Leeds
131. MOD688
New in 1951 to Heybrook Bay, Down Thomas, Bedford SB "Duple Vega" C33F MOD688 was actually bodied by Brush under licence.
Photo taken Saturday 1 June 1968, Barker Lane Bus Station, Shrewsbury
132. NDH958
Walsall 341, NDH958, a Sunbeam F4 with Brush H30/26R bodywork, stands in Bloxwich High Street whilst the crew enjoy some fresh air on a hot afternoon. The trolley is operating the 30 Circular and has arrived from Walsall via Leamore and will return via Blakenhall. The Circular in the opposite direction was numbered 15.
Photo taken c.1969, High Street, Bloxwich
133. OHA891
Operating a town service in Shrewsbury, Midland Red 3891, OHA891, was a Brush DP40F bodied BMMO S13
Photo taken Friday 17 September 1965, Shrewsbury Bus Station
134. CRC911
Ex Derby Corporation 111, CRC911, a 1952 Crossley DD42/8A with Brush body.
Photo taken Sunday 1 July 2012, Wirksworth Station
135. CRC912
Derby 112, CRC912 was a Crossley DD42/8A with a Brush H30/26R of 1952.
Photo taken October 1967, Ascot Drive Depot, Derby
136. OHA887
Midland Red 3887, OHA887, was a B.M.M.O. S13 new in 1952 with Brush DP40F bodywork. It had been repainted into the red/black coach livery in 1956.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Tewkesbury
137. OHA888
Midland Red 3888, OHA888, was a B.M.M.O. S13 new in 1952 with a Brush DP40F body. Along with 3879-3887 and 3889-3918, 3920-3975 it was repainted into the red and black coach livery in 1956.
Photo taken Sunday 17 May 1959, Whipsnade Zoo