SCT '61 Photo Index
ECW
This list just includes ECW bodies not built on Bristol chassis

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1. FM4303
Crosville MS 267, FM4303, a Leyland PLSC built in 1927 and rebodied by ECOC B31F in 1933.
Photo taken ca 1933, Lowestoft
2. UH7175
New in 1929 this Leyland TD1, UH7175, had a Leyland L24/24R body and was initially on loan as a demonstrator for eighteen months before being purchased by Cardiff in April 1931 becoming number 66. It was renumbered to 52 in 1935 and, after withdrawal in 1945, passed to Southern Vectis as number 709.
Photo taken Sunday 27 April 1958, East Street Coach Station, Manchester
3. UH7175
A second shot of UH7175 a Leyland TD1, new in 1929, which had a Leyland L24/24R body and was initially on loan as a demonstrator for eighteen months before being purchased by Cardiff in April 1931. After withdrawal in 1945, passed to Southern Vectis, was fitted with a new Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body in 1949 and passed to Autodrome as a staff bus in August 1955 and was withdrawn in May 1962. It is seen here in the East Street coach station operated by L.M.S. Coachways and the bus just visible on the extreme left is TK1854 another of the Autodrome vehicles with the third one, BDL101, in the left background.
Photo taken Saturday 1 November 1958, East Street Coach Station, Manchester
4. GJ2011
In the background Eastern National 1008, GJ2011, an AEC Regent built in 1930 and rebodied by ECW OT59R in 1945, ex-Brighton Hove & District in 1954 and in front, another open-topper, 1248, ANJ831, a pre-war Bristol GO5G, also ex-Brighton Hove & District - 1248 lasted in the ENOC fleet until 1959.
Photo taken Leigh Beck Garage, Canvey Island
5. HX2980
Westcliff HX2980, originally a 1931 AEC demonstrator with Short bodywork, but later rebodied by ECW, and converted to open top in 1950
Photo taken August 1951, Southend Pier
6. GW6284
Brighton Hove and District 6284 is a 1932 AEC Regent whose original Tilling open staircase body was replaced in 1944 by this ECW H30/26R example. Withdrawal from service came in 1953.
Photo taken 1950, North Street, Brighton
7. FM6277
Crosville MS 935, FM6277, a Leyland Titan TD3 built in 1933 with ECOC L26/26R bodywork.
Photo taken 1933, Lowestoft
8. JN4294
A slightly faded shot of Eastern National 1166, JN4294, an AEC Regent 5LW new to the Westcliff fleet in 1933/4 and rebodied by ECW in 1949, passing to Eastern National in 1955.
Photo taken EN Depot/Bus Station, London Road, Southend
9. FM8135
Crosville MS 902, FM8135, an interior view of ECOC bodywork from 1934.
Photo taken 1934, Lowestoft
10. FM8135
Crosville MS 902, FM8135, a Leyland Lion LT5A built in 1934 with ECOC B32F bodywork.
Photo taken 1934, Lowestoft
11. JN4294
The other Westcliff Regent to receive a new ECW body, JN4294, in Central Station Approach late in its life (it was withdrawn in 1961), as Eastern National 1166
Photo taken c. April or May 1960, Southend Central Station
12. JN4745
Westcliff JN4745 with its later ECW body leaves Leigh Station on its way to Rayleigh on route 24 in September 1955 and now carries its Eastern National fleet number 1169 and will be in green livery. However, it still has a Westcliff blind of the type used on most of the postwar double deckers, with the route number in a square and comprehensive via points.
Photo taken Friday 23 September 1955, Leigh-on-Sea Station
13. JN4745
Eastern National 1169, JN4745, an A.E.C. 661 Regent with a 1949 Eastern Coachworks L27/28R body was seen at Southend Victoria Station. The chassis was new to Westcliff-on-Sea in 1934 when it carried a Weymann body, being numbered into the new Eastern National scheme in 1954.
Photo taken Saturday 29 August 1959, Southend Victoria Station forecourt
14. KY7082
Samuel Ledgard KY7082 was new in 1934 and was acquired with the business of B & B Tours Ltd., Bradford in 1935. The LT5B Lion was fitted in 1953 with the ECW B33R body from East Yorkshire 334 replacing the original C32F body by Wilks & Meade.
Photo taken Monday 21 May 1956, Yeadon
15. AWT592
Dennis Ace AWT592 of Hodder, Slaidburn, new in May 1935 with the 1937 Eastern Coachworks B20F body ex West Yorkshire 611, BWT757, together with East Lancs C21F bodied Thornycroft Dainty ATF852 of Walker, Slaidburn new in 1936.
Photo taken Sunday 27 April 1958, Dunsop Bridge
16. BAO772
The first of nine Massey L27/26R bodied Leyland TD4s, new in 1936 as Cumberland 115, BAO772 was rebodied with a new Eastern Coachworks L27/28R body in 1950 and renumbered to 287 as seen in this photograph.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, bus parking opposite Whitehaven Bus Station
17. BAO775
New as Cumberland 118, BAO775, was a Leyland TD4, one of nine new in 1936 with Massey L27/26R bodies. It was rebodied with a new Eastern Coachworks L27/28R body in 1950 and renumbered to 289. It is recorded by the P.S.V. Circle as passing to North (dealer), Leeds in April 1959 and then to Foster, Dinnington in October 1959.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, Whitehaven
18. BRM596
Cumberland Motor Services had an all Leyland fleet until the end of the second world war when Bristols gradually took over. 291, BRM596, is a 1936 Leyland Titan TD4 which in 1948 received a new ECW body similar to that fitted to a number of Leyland Titan PD1s at that time. Indeed the only clue to the real age of the bus is the short pre-war radiator.
Photo taken 1997, Stone Chair, Halifax
19. BRM596
There is already a picture of Cumberland BRM596 on this site, but here is an updated picture showing the long term restoration it is receiving as part of the Quantock Heritage fleet. It is a 1936 Leyland Titan TD4, rebodied in 1948 by ECW.
Photo taken Saturday 9 May 2015, Private site near Wiveliscombe
20. AWT592
1935 Dennis Ace AWT592 of Hodder, Slaidburn seen at the garage in Slaidburn. The Eastern Coachworks B20F body, dating from 1937, had come from West Yorkshire 611, BWT757, and was fitted in 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 27 April 1958, Slaidburn
21. AWT592
Dennis Ace AWT592 of Hodder, Slaidburn, new in May 1935 with the 1937 Eastern Coachworks B20F body ex West Yorkshire 611, BWT757, together with East Lancs C21F bodied Thornycroft Dainty ATF852 of Walker, Slaidburn new in 1936 in the background.
Photo taken Sunday 27 April 1958, Slaidburn
22. BFM144
Preserved Crosville KA27, BFM144, a Leyland Tiger TS7 built in 1937 with ECW B32F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1987, North Wales (Betws y Coed?)
23. CFM354
Recalling the days before Crosville entered the Tilling fold this Leyland Titan TD5 carries an ECW lowbridge bodywork and dates from 1937. It was M52, CFM354, in the Crosville fleet and carries the dark maroon used by Crosville until the Tilling take over.
Photo taken Sunday 9 October 2011, Skipton
24. CFM354
A rear shot of Crosville M52, CFM354, a 1937 Leyland Titan TD5 showing the well proportioned ECW bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 9 October 2011, Skipton Bus Station
25. CFM354
A contrast in pre and post war Titans with nearest the camera Crosville M52, CFM354, a 1937 Leyland Titan TD5 with lowbridge ECW bodywork wearing Crosville's pre war livery. Beyond is Leeds City Transport 207, UUA207, a 1955 Leyland Titan PD2/11 with Roe bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 4 August 2013, Trans-Pennine Rally, Harrogate Stray
26. CFM354
Crosville M52, CFM354, a 1937 Leyland Titan TD5 with an ECW L26/26R body acting as the rally control vehicle at the Coach Street car park during the Aire Valley Running Day on October 11th 2015
Photo taken Sunday 11 October 2015, Coach Street Car Park, Skipton
27. EUG124
Samuel Ledgard EUG124, a Leyland TS7 new to Ledgard in 1937 with a Duple C32F body here carries an ECW DP32F body from United LLE10 fitted in July 1955 and is seen entering the approach road to the Goods Yard at Leeds Central Station.
Photo taken Tuesday 22 May 1956, Wellington Street, Central Station Yard, Leeds
28. FEV181
Scottish Omnibuses HH1, FEV181, a Leyland TD5 with an Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body seen in Dundas Street in Glasgow. It had been new in 1937 as Eastern National 3712 with a Brush L28/28R body, was rebodied with the Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body in 1949 and became United Counties 575 in May 1952. It was acquired by Lowland Motorways, Shettleston as number 33 in April 1957 and passed to Scottish Omnibuses in January 1958, initially as Z33 being renumbered HH1 later.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Parliamentary Road, Glasgow
29. CAH921
Bickers, Coddenham ran CAH921 a Dennis Ace 4LK new to Eastern Counties in January 1938 with an E.C.W. B20F body. Upon withdrawal in 1949 the engine and gearbox were removed for use in the E.C.W. chassisless CD class in 1950. Sold to Bickers it was fitted with a Dennis engine and gearbox and entered service in June 1952, was withdrawn in November 1959 and was noted derelict on the premises in May 1965.
Photo taken Saturday 1 November 1958, Electric House, Ipswich
30. DDK117
Former Rochdale 147, DDK117, a Leyland TD5 with ECW H30/26R body new in 1938, withdrawn in 1954 and in use as a mobile canteen.
Photo taken 1960s, Lower Mosley Street, Manchester
31. ERH362
Astill & Jordan, Ratby 6, ERH362, had been acquired from Lloyd, Nuneaton in June 1958 and was a Leyland TD5 with a 1948 Eastern Coachworks H28/26R body of the Beverley Bar style which had been new as East Yorkshire 368 in 1938. It originally had an Eastern Coachworks body but seating H26/26R, before being rebodied. It had passed from East Yorkshire to Lloyd in November 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 9 February 1963, St Margaret's Bus Station, Leicester
32. GAT70
Former East Yorkshire No 384, GAT70, a Leyland Titan TD5 with ECW 'Beverley Bar' style bodywork seen in Leicester in about 1960 working for an independent operator whose name I can't make out!
Photo taken c.1960, St Margaret's Bus Station, Leicester
33. RN8157
RN8157, a Leyland TD5 new to Ribble in 1938 with Burlingham L53R body, rebodied by ECW L53R in 1948, and withdrawn March 1960. Seen with Leylux Furniture of Chorley as a mobile showroom.
Photo taken Wednesday 7 April 1965, Osborne Street, Colchester
34. RN8189
Ribble 1805, RN8189, a 1938 Leyland Titan TD5 carrying an Eastern Coachworks L53R body built in 1948.
Photo taken Friday 27 March 1959, Fleetwood Station, Queens Terrace, Fleetwood
35. XS4772
XS4772 an Albion CX19 was new in 1938 with an English Electric H30/26R body with Young's Bus Service, Paisley. It passed with the business to Western S.M.T. in January 1951 and was numbered 2111.
Photo taken Monday 11 June 1962, Dunoon Pier
36. XS4774
New in 1938 with an English Electric H30/26R body with Young's Bus Service, Paisley XS4774 passed with the business to Western S.M.T. in January 1951 and was numbered 2113. In March 1953 it was fitted with a new Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body and was withdrawn in 1961.
Photo taken Monday 11 June 1962, Dunoon Pier
37. EHN984
United Automobile Services LLE28, EHN984, a Leyland TS8 with ECW C32F body, one of ten dating from 1939, waits in Wellington Street coach station, Leeds to take up service to Middlesbrough.
Photo taken Saturday 9 March 1957, Wellington Street Coach Station, Leeds
38. GAT61
Scottish Omnibuses HH2, GAT61 was a Leyland TD5 which had been new as East Yorkshire 375 in November 1939 with an Eastern Coachworks BB26/26R body. It was later fitted with a new Eastern Coachworks BB28/26R body in 1948. After withdrawal it passed to Lowland Motorways, Shettleston in January 1957 as number 34 and then to Scottish Omnibuses in January 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Killermont Street, opposite Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
39. GAT62
Scottish Omnibuses HH3, GAT62, acquired from Lowland Motorways, Glasgow in January 1958. The Leyland TD5 had been new to East Yorkshire, Hull in October 1939 with an Eastern Coachworks 'Beverley Bar' style H26/26R body. It was rebodied with the Eastern Coachworks 'Beverley Bar' style H28/26R body seen here in Airdrie in 1948.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Airdrie
40. GAT69
Smith, Reading GAT69, was acquired from Lloyd, Nuneaton in November 1958. It was a Leyland TD5, new in 1939 as East Yorkshire 383, with an Eastern Coachworks H26/26R body which had been replaced in 1948 with a new Eastern Coachworks H28/26R body and passed to Lloyd 11/56 via P.V.D. (dealer), Dunchurch.
Photo taken Saturday 22 August 1959, Castle Street, Reading
41. GAT70
Astill & Jordan, Ratby 9, GAT70, was a Leyland TD5 with an Eastern Coachworks H28/26R body of the Beverley bar style which came from Aston, Marton in October 1959. It had been new in 1939 as East Yorkshire 384 with an Eastern Coachworks H26/26R body, being rebodied as above in 1948. It passed from East Yorkshire to Paramount Coachways, Preston in March 1957 and then to Aston in August 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 9 February 1963, Western Boulevard, Leicester
42. HE9518
New in January 1940 with an Eastern Coachworks H28/26R body, Yorkshire Traction 664, HE9518, was a Leyland TD5.
Photo taken Sunday 5 August 1956, Barnsley Bus Station
43. WG9818
Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow is the setting for Guy Arab I WG9818, RO438, which was new to Alexander, Falkirk in 1942 with a Duple L27/28R body. It was transferred to Lawson, Kirkintilloch in 1949 and was rebodied in June 1951 with a new Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
44. WG9980
WG9980 was RO451 of Lawson, Kirkintilloch and was a Guy Arab II new in 1943 with a Roe L27/26R body. It was fitted with the Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body, seen here, in July 1951 in Dundas Street Bus Station.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
45. WG9981
WG9981 was a Guy Arab with an Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body and was number RO452 in the fleet of Lawson, Kirkintilloch which was seen in Dundas Street bus station in Glasgow. When new in 1943 it had a Roe L27/28R body and was rebodied in July 1951.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
46. AMS45
Guy Arab II AMS45 was RO458 in the fleet of Lawson, Kirkintilloch and was one of three such vehicles with Roe L27/28R bodies delivered in 1944. It had been rebodied in June 1951 with the Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body seen here in Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
47. AMS46
Lawson, Kirkintilloch RO459, AMS46, was a Guy Arab II new to W. Alexander in 1944 with a Roe L27/28R body and transferred to Lawson in 1945. It was rebodied in 1951 with an Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body as seen here at Dundas Street Bus Station in Glasgow
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
48. AMS46
Lawson, Kirkintilloch RO459, AMS46, was a Guy Arab II which had been rebodied in June 1951 with an Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body. New to Alexander, Falkirk in May 1944 it had originally carried a Roe L27/26R body and had been transferred to Lawson in 1945 and is seen at Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
49. JNU680
Midland General JNU680, a Guy Arab II with Roe 55 seat body, originally fleet number 205 renumbered 405, rebodied by ECW in 1955 and renumbered 102 then 324 in 1966.
Photo taken Friday 29 June 1962, Celanese Car Park, Spondon, Derby
50. GUF727
GUF727 is Southdown 677 previously 1227 but renumbered and modified for bus work in 1955, a 1946 Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 4 November 2012, Lincoln
51.
One of Lowestoft Corporation's, ECW bodied, 1947 AEC Regent IIs, possibly 27, GBJ198.
Photo taken June 1968, High Street, Lowestoft
52.
Lowestoft Corporation AEC Regent II with ECW body, new in 1947, possibly 21, GBJ192.
Photo taken June 1968, London Road, Lowestoft
53. GBJ192
Preserved Lowestoft Corporation 21, GBJ192, is a 1947 AEC Regent II fitted with an ECW H30/26R body. It is seen here at the 2003 Worthing Rally.
Photo taken July 2003, Marine Parade, Worthing
54. GBJ192
Preserved Lowestoft Corporation 21, GBJ192, a 1947 AEC Regent II with an ECW H30/26R body
Photo taken Sunday 10 September 2006, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
55. GBJ192
Preserved Lowestoft Corporation 21, GBJ192, a 1947 AEC Regent II with an ECW H30/26R body
Photo taken Saturday 16 June 2012, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
56. GBJ194
Two vehicles from the very small Lowestoft Corporation fleet, 23, GBJ194, and 19, GBJ190, both AEC Regents with ECW H30/26R bodies, new in 1947.
Photo taken Friday 3 July 1964, Station Square, Lowestoft
57. GBJ196
GBJ196 was Lowestoft 25 and was an A.E.C. O661 Regent II with an Eastern Coachworks H30/26R body. It was one of nine such buses new in 1947.
Photo taken Sunday 11 October 1964, Station Square, Lowestoft
58. GBJ198
The last of nine new in 1947, Lowestoft 27, GBJ198, was an A.E.C. O661 Regent with an Eastern Coachworks H30/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 11 October 1964, Station Square, Lowestoft
59. GFM918
T.D. Alexander (Greyhound), Arbroath GFM918 was a Leyland PD1A with Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body new as Crosville M533 in 1947.
Photo taken Wednesday 28 July 1965, Hill Place, Arbroath
60. GPW351
Eastern Counties AP351, GPW351, a Leyland PD1A with ECW L53R body, new in 1947
Photo taken Sunday 28 June 1964, Lowestoft Depot
61. GPW352
Canham, Whittlesey GPW352, acquired in October 1964, was a Leyland PD1A with an Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body which had been new to Eastern Counties in 1947.
Photo taken Sunday 20 September 1964, Scaldgate, Whittlesey
62. GUF727
Preserved ex-Southdown 677/1277, GUF727, a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with ECW C31R body, new in April 1947, rebuilt 1955 as B32R and renumbered 677 as shown, now in private ownership.
Photo taken Sunday 2 November 2003, Open Day, LVVS Road Transport Museum, Lincoln
63. GUF727
Prior to the embargo on non BTC companies buying ECW coach work a number of BET companies bought Leylands with the body style normally associated with Bristol L chassis. Southdown 677, GUF727, is a 1947 Leyland Tiger PS1/1, a good example of the body chassis combination.
Photo taken December 1999, Manchester Museum of Transport
64. GUF728
Southdown GUF728, a Leyland PS1/1 with ECW C31R body, new as 1228 in April 1947. It was rebuilt in 1955 as B32R, renumbered 690 and withdrawn 1961
Photo taken c. 1955, London Victoria Coach Station
65. GUF729
Southdown D691 (originally 1229), GUF729, and D689 (originally 1249), HCD449, were both Leyland PS1/1s with ECW B32R bodies of 1947.
Photo taken 1966, Bognor Regis Bus Station
66. HCD447
Eastbourne Corporation Welfare Department (Old Comrades) "Polly", HCD447 a former Southdown Eastern Coachworks bodied Leyland PS1 of 1947 vintage seen parked in the Transport Department's Churchdale Road garage in May 1966.
Photo taken Thursday 5 May 1966, Churchdale Road Garage
67. HCD451
Southdown HCD451 was the last of twenty-five E.C.W. C31R bodied Leyland PS1s new in 1947. It was new as 1251 and was reclassified as DP31R and renumbered 699 in 1956 and is seen at Ascot presumably having come from Bognor.
Photo taken Saturday 19 July 1958, Ascot
68. MPU36
An official ECW shot of Eastern National 3975, MPU36, a Leyland PD1A with ECW L53R body. This was one of the ENOC vehicles that were transferred to United Counties in 1952, becoming their fleet number 583.
Photo taken Wednesday 27 August 1947
69. MPU37
New as Eastern National 3976, MPU37 was transferred to United Counties as number 584 in May 1952. It passed to Cumberland as number 207 in April 1959, being one of twelve such buses acquired that year, It was a Leyland PD1 with an Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body new in September 1947. It was renumbered to 301 in December 1961 and withdrawn in 1964 passing to Swift (dealer), Stairfoot for scrap in November.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, Whitehaven Bus Station
70. MPU39
Cumberland 209, MPU39, was new as Eastern National 3978, and was transferred to United Counties as number 586 in May 1952. It passed to Cumberland as number 209 in April 1959, being one of twelve such buses acquired that year, It was a Leyland PD1 with an Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body new in September 1947. It was renumbered to 303 in December 1961 and withdrawn in 1963 passing to F. Cowley (dealer), Salford in April 1964 and then to Manchester Corporation Direct Works Department number 45/003 in December. It passed to a dealer in May 1967.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, Whitehaven Bus Station
71. MPU48
New in 1947 as Eastern National 3987, Leyland PD1 MPU48 with an Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body, was renumbered 1115 in July 1954 as seen here in Braintree.
Photo taken Saturday 6 December 1958, Braintree Bus Park
72. MPU52
Preserved Eastern National MPU52, a Leyland PD1A with ECW L27/26R body, new in 1947 and now preserved at the Castle Point Museum.
Photo taken Sunday 14 October 2007, Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
73. MPU52
One of Eastern National's batch of ECW-bodied Leyland PD1As, CY1121, MPU52, seen at Benfleet Station (with Canvey in the background).
Photo taken Benfleet Station
74. MPU53
MPU53, Cumberland 217, had been new as Eastern National 3992 and was transferred to United Counties as number 594 in May 1952. It passed to Cumberland as number 217 in April 1959, being the last of twelve such buses acquired that year.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, Workington
75. CDB217
North Western 217, CDB217, a Leyland PD1A with ECW L27/26R body, one of ten delivered in 1948, in Manchester (Parker Street).
Photo taken Sunday 19 January 1958, Parker Street, Manchester
76. GLJ957
Seen at Winkleigh is preserved Leyland PD1A, GLJ957, new to Hants & Dorset PD959 in 1948 with an Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 30 September 1984, Winkleigh
77. GLJ958
New to Hants & Dorset as PD960 in 1948, GLJ958 which was a Leyland PD1A with E.C.W. L27/26R body was renumbered to 1146 in January 1950 and is seen here in Winchester.
Photo taken Tuesday 9 February 1960, Winchester Bus Station
78. GPW361
Eastern Counties AP361, GPW361, a Leyland PD1A with ECW L53R body new in 1948
Photo taken Sunday 28 June 1964, Lowestoft Station
79. GWO884
Seen at the Bus Station in Cheltenham is GWO884, number L79 in the Cheltenham & District fleet. This was an Eastern Coachworks L27/28R bodied Albion CX19 Venturer new as Red & White 884 in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 5 September 1964, Cheltenham Bus Station
80. GWO884
GWO884, Cheltenham District L79 seen at the garage at Cheltenham. It was an Albion CX19 Venturer with E.C.W. L27/28R body new as Red & White 884 in 1948 and transferred to Cheltenham in March 1950 as number 79.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Cheltenham Garage
81. HMN787
Isle of Man Road Services 34, HMN787, a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 built in 1948 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Port Erin Garage
82. JXT492
JXT492 seen in Windsor with Blue Bus, Slough was a Leyland PS1/1 which had been new in to Birch Bros., London N.W.5 in September 1948 with an Eastern Coachworks C31R body. It passed to Ronsway, Hemel Hempstead as DP32R in March 1959 and to Blue Bus. Slough in February 1960, being withdrawn in May 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 23 June 1962, St Alban's Street, Windsor
83. KHY395
Samuel Ledgard KHY395, a Leyland PD1A with ECW H30/26R body, new in 1948, ex Bristol in 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 12 August 1967, Otley
84. KHY395
Samuel Ledgard KHY395, was an ex-Bristol Omnibus Leyland PD1A with an ECW H30/26R body, new in 1948.
Photo taken circa 1966, Otley Road/Shaw Lane, Leeds
85. KHY395
Samuel Ledgard KHY395 and LAE12, Leyland PD1's with E.C.W. H30/26R bodies, new in 1948 to Bristol Tramways (C4026 and C4043), and acquired by Ledgard in 1961.
Photo taken October 1967, Ledgard's Otley depot
86. LAE12
Samuel Ledgard LAE12, LLU873 and PNW91. LAE12 was a 1948 Leyland PD1A with ECW body ex-Bristol in 1961, LLU873 was ex-London Transport RTL883 bought in 1966 while PNW91 was bought new in 1952, a Leyland PD2/12 with Leyalnd body.
Photo taken Saturday 12 August 1967, Otley
87. LAE12
Ledgard LAE12 was an ECW-bodied Leyland PD1A, former Bristol Omnibus C4043 from 1948 until 1960.
Photo taken late 1967, Ledgard Otley Depot
88. LAE12
Seen behind Otley Garage is LAE12 which was a Leyland PD1 with an Eastern Coachworks H30/26R body acquired by Ledgard, Armley from Bristol Omnibus Co. C4043 in 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 7 October 1967, Otley Garage
89. LAE13
LAE13 is a Leyland Titan PD1 with Eastern Coach Works bodywork and part of the BVBG collection. Built in 1948, C4044 worked from Eastville depot, Bristol for most of its life with Bristol Tramways and its successor Bristol Omnibus Co. Ltd.
Photo taken Sunday 26 October 2014, Brislington
90. VS4366
VS4366 was a Leyland PD1 new in 1948 to Greenock Motor Services with a Strachans L27/26R body. In November 1949 it passed to Western S.M.T. as 727 and in December 1952 it was rebodied with an Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body.
Photo taken Tuesday 18 June 1963, Princes Street, Ardrossan
91. ADC659
Middlesbrough Corporation 59, ADC659, a Leyland PD1/3 with ECW H30/26R body, new in 1949, with a United Bristol L pulling out behind.
Photo taken Tuesday 27 March 1951, High Street, Stockton
92. ADC662
Middlesbrough 62, ADC662, seen at Middlesbrough Exchange was one of sixteen Leyland PD1/3s delivered in 1949 with ECW H30/26R bodies, these being the first 8 wide buses in the fleet.
Photo taken Friday 22 May 1964, Middlesbrough Exchange
93. CCS410
Western S.M.T. 512, CCS410, was a Leyland PD1 which had been new in 1949 with a Strachans L27/26R body and was one of a batch of nine (CCS403-411) new that year although CCS410/1 did not enter service until 1950.
Photo taken Monday 2 August 1965, Ardrossan
94. JAO837
Cumberland 35, JAO837, a Leyland PS1/1 new in 1949 with an ACB C31F body was rebodied with an Eastern Coachworks FB35F body in December 1958 and is seen here outside the garage at Keswick.
Photo taken Thursday 16 April 1959, Keswick Bus Station
95. JAO837
Cumberland 35, JAO837. Ten Leyland PS1/1s with Associated Coachbuilders C31F bodies were delivered to Cumberland in 1949 and nine were rebodied with new B34F bodies, fitted for one-man operation, built by Cumberland Motor Services between 1958 and 1960. The tenth one was rebodied by Eastern Coachworks with an FB35F body in December 1958. JAO837 was renumbered to 114 in December 1961 and withdrawn in 1966, passing to Armstrong (contractor), Cockermouth in July 1966, and was reported as still being in service with Armstrong, numbered 35, in 1975.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, Carlisle Bus Station
96. KLA91
Tillings AEC Regal III KLA91, new in 1949, in 1951 ex-Hearn, one of five Tilling Regals rebodied in 1957 by ECW FC24F.
Photo taken Newbridge, Dartmoor
97. AXG683
Middlesbrough 83, AXG683, at Middlesbrough Exchange. A batch of sixteen Eastern Coachworks bodied Leyland PD1/3s was delivered in 1949 and the 1950 delivery of sixteen should have been similar but due to delivery problems the chassis order was switched to Guy resulting in Eastern Coachworks H30/26R bodies on Guy Arab III chassis, the last of which was withdrawn in 1966.
Photo taken Tuesday 19 May 1964, Middlesbrough Exchange
98. CCS407
Fife FRB163, CCS407, was a Leyland PD1 built 1950 and re-bodied by ECW in 1952 L27/26R and originally Western SMT D509. Seen here at Fife's Lochgelly Garage on the occasion of an Omnibus Society visit.
Photo taken Sunday 16 April 1967, Lochgelly Garage, Fife
99. HPW824
Eastern Counties CD839, HPW824, was an E.C.W.-Dennis with an Eastern Coachworks B32R body built in 1950. It had a Gardner 4LK engine, a Dennis gearbox and other components from withdrawn Dennis Ace vehicles.
Photo taken Saturday 24 January 1959, Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough
100. HPW829
New in 1950 Eastern Counties CD844, HPW829, was an E.C.W.-Dennis, one of sixteen such buses reconstructed from withdrawn Dennis Ace vehicles and fitted with Eastern Coachworks B32R bodies. It was seen at Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough
Photo taken Saturday 24 January 1959, Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough
101. DMS550
Eastern Coachworks FC37F bodywork conceals the Daimler CVD6SD chassis of Alexander Midland D37, DMS550 seen at the Falkirk garage. One of thirteen such coaches new in 1951 it was sold in December 1965.
Photo taken Tuesday 27 July 1965, Falkirk
102. LAO145
Cumberland 324, LAO145, carried an early version of the ECW body which was B45F in this case. Seen at Keswick it was one of five Leyland PSU1/13 Royal Tigers new in 1951.
Photo taken Thursday 16 April 1959, Keswick
103. LAO146
Cumberland 152, LAO146, seen at Wigton was a Leyland PSU1/13 Royal Tiger with Eastern Coachworks B45F body.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Wigton
104. LAO147
Cumberland 153, LAO147, an Eastern Coachworks B45F bodied Leyland PSU1/13 Royal Tiger pictured at Workington.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Oxford Street/Vulcan's Lane, Bus Station parking, Workington
105. LUC381
The RFW version of the London Transport Regal IV in the shape of ex-LT private hire RFW6, LUC381, as later used for staff transport by St. Thomas's Hospital. Parked in the yard of the operator (A. Harling) near Waterloo some time in the early to mid 1960s. This is one of two of the class which survive in preservation.
Photo taken 1960s, near London Waterlooo Station
106. LUC384
London Transport RFW9, LUC384, a 1951 AEC Regal IV with ECW C39F body.
Photo taken 1962, Tower of London
107. LYM729
Rear view of Tilling's rebodied Regal LYM729
Photo taken London Kings Cross (??)
108. LYM731
Tillings LYM731, which unusually is an AEC Regal IV built in 1952 and rebodied by ECW in 1960.
Photo taken Princes Street, Edinburgh
109. LYM729
Tilling Regal LYM729, a 1952 AEC Regal IV with ECW coach body
Photo taken Brentwood Depot
110. LYM730
Tilling Regal LYM730, a 1952 AEC Regal IV with ECW coach body
Photo taken London Parliament Square
111. LYM731
Tilling LYM731, one of a batch of five AEC Regal IV's from 1952, rebodied by ECW in 1960. It was withdrawn in 1964.
112. LYM732
Tilling LYM732, a 1952 AEC Regal IV with ECW coach body, seen here with its original body. It was rebodied by ECW in 1960.
Photo taken 1954
113. LYM732
Former Tilling LYM732, an AEC Regal rebodied by ECW in 1960, seen here with Denyers.
Photo taken c. 1971
114. MXB733
Tilling MXB733 in very sad condition - this was one of a batch that were rebuilt in 1952 using parts from ex-Bristol Tramways AEC Regals and given a new ECW FC35F body.
Photo taken Sunday 27 April 1975, Prittlewell, Southend
115. MXB733
Tilling AEC Regal MXB733, after restoration
Photo taken May 1997, Southend
116. MXX302
Former London Transport GS2, MXX302, a Guy Special with ECW B26F body dating from 1952 is seen here operating for Southern Motorways.
Photo taken 1966, Midhurst
117. PHN801
United Automobile Company LUT1, PHN801, a Leyland PSU1/15 with E.C.W. C39F body, was one of nine delivered in 1952/3 in the olive green and cream livery for the Tyne-Tees-Thames service from Newcastle to London.
Photo taken Sunday 6 July 1958, Wellington Street Coach Station, Leeds
118. MXX314
Former London Transport GS14, MXX314, a Guy Special NLLVP from 1953 with ECW B26F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1972, High Street, Yarm
119. MXX336
London Transport (Country Area) GS36, MXX336, a Guy Special NLLVP with ECW B26F body built in 1953.
Photo taken 1967, Onslow Street Bus Station, Guildford
120. MXX342
Former London Country GS42, MXX342, one of 84 Guys with ECW B26F bodies for use on low traffic country area routes, entered service in November 1953.
Photo taken Sunday 2 April 2006, Wisley Aerodrome
121. MXX375
London Transport GS75, MXX375, one of 84 Guys with ECW B26F bodies, which entered service from October 1953 for use on low traffic country area routes.
Photo taken c. 1959, Hertford Bus Station
122. MXX372
Gleeson (contractor) MXX372, a Guy Special NVLLP with ECW B26F body, new in 1954 to London Transport as GS72.
Photo taken Friday 31 May 1968, Northowram Hospital Drive, Northowram, Halifax
123. YWB153
Yorkshire WD 143, YWB153, was former Sheffield JOC "C" fleet 1153, a Leyland PD2/20 with an ECW H31/28R body from 1957. It joined YWD in 1970 to help cover a vehicle shortage, but was withdrawn in 1972.
Photo taken 1970, Dewsbury Bus Station
124. YWB153
Sheffield 1153, YWB153, of the 'C' railway owned fleet seen in Leeds Bus Station was an ECW H31/28R bodied Leyland PD2/20 new in 1957. The hourly 67 service from Leeds to Sheffield was operated jointly by Sheffield, West Riding and Yorkshire Traction.
Photo taken Saturday 17 May 1958, Leeds Central Bus Station
125. YWB153
Yorkshire Woollen District 143, YWB153, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 with E.C.W. H31/28RD body, new to Sheffield Joint Committee 'C' fleet in 1957.
Photo taken early 1970, Dewsbury Bus Station
126. YWB294
Sheffield Corporation 1294, YWB294, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 with E.C.W. H31/28R body, new to Sheffield JOC in 1957.
Photo taken February 1971, Pond Hill, near Pond Street Bus Station
127.
In August 1958 Ceylon Transport Board put into service a Leyland PSUC1/1 Tiger Cub, fitted with a CTB B52D body, registered 22Sri2041. It was later rebodied using the Eastern Coachworks C39F body from London Transport RFW7, one of ten RFWs which were sold to the Ceylon Transport Board in December 1964. RFW7 was withdrawn in July 1981 and the result of the body transfer to the Tiger Cub is seen at Maharagama in this January 1982 shot.
Photo taken Tuesday 26 January 1982, Maharagama, Sri Lanka
128. 1882WA
Seen in Todmorden is Calderdale 323, 1882WA, an ECW C41F bodied Leyland L1 Leopard acquired by Todmorden, as number 13 in August 1970, from Sheffield Joint Omnibus Committee 1182 in the 'C' fleet and which passed to Calderdale in September 1971.
Photo taken Monday 17 April 1972, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
129. 1880WA
Todmorden Joint Omnibus Committee 2, 1880WA, was a 1961 Leyland L1 Leopard with an Eastern Coachworks C41F body acquired in 1970 from Sheffield Joint Omnibus Committee C3080.
Photo taken Monday 19 April 1971, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
130. 1881WA
Calderdale J.O.C. 322. 1881WA, which came from Todmorden J.O.C, but was originally new in 1961 to Sheffield J.O.C. "C" fleet no. 1181, a rare combination of Leyland Leopard with ECW C41F body.
Photo taken c. 1972, Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
131. 1882WA
Sheffield C 3082, 1882WA, an Eastern Coachworks C41F bodied Leyland L1 Leopard new in 1961 seen here in Halifax ready to turn into Crossfield Bus Station after unloading on arrival from Sheffield.
Photo taken Sunday 8 September 1968, entering Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
132. 1882WA
Sheffield 1182, 1882WA, seen on the parking area at Pond Street Bus Station in Sheffield, was a Leyland L1 Leopard with an Eastern Coachworks C41F body
Photo taken Saturday 24 August 1963, Pond Street Bus Station
133. EEF35D
West Hartlepool 35, EEF35D, a Leyland Leopard L1 built in 1966 with ECW B42D bodywork.
Photo taken March 1968, Lynn Street, Hartlepool
134. EEF37D
West Hartlepool 37, EEF37D, was a Leyland L1 Leopard with an Eastern Coachworks B42D body.
Photo taken Wednesday 31 July 1968, Tower Street, Hartlepool
135. EEF37D
Hartlepool Borough Transport 37, EEF37D, a Leyland Leopard L1 with ECW B42D (+19 standees) bodywork which was new to West Hartlepool in February 1967 only two months before the amalgamation of the boroughs of Hartlepool and West Hartlepool. It was withdrawn in 1980.
Photo taken c. 1974, off Church Street, Hartlepool
136. KDV131F
Western National received 12 ECW bodied Bedford VAM5 with ECW B41F bodies. Fleet numbers 700-711 KDV130-141F being delivered in autumn 1967. 701, KDV131F, is seen here at Dartmouth where an outstation existed on a car park not far from the Kingswear ferry terminal.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1976, Dartmouth Outstation
137. KWK25F
West Midlands PTE 1025, KWK25F, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1967 with Eastern Coach Works H45/27D bodywork.
Photo taken August 1980, Pool Meadow bus station, Coventry
138. KWK28F
Coventry 28, KWK28F, was a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with Eastern Coachworks H45/27D body seen at Pool Meadow.
Photo taken Sunday 14 June 1970, Pool Meadow
139. NAH661F
Primrose Valley Coaches of Filey NAH661F, a Bedford VAM5 built in 1967 with ECW B41F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1978, Primrose Valley depot near Filey
140. NAH661F
Eastern Counties received four Bedford VAM with ECW B41F bodywork in 1967. Given the rather apt designation SB661-664, NAH661F-NAH664F the first two were Bedford engined VAM5 with the latter two Leyland engined VAM14. The body was adapted from the MW design with amended windscreens to suit the front mounted engine and radiator.
Photo taken Aug 1973, Eastern Counties Depot/Bus Station, Great Yarmouth
141. NAH661F
Primrose Valley, Filey NAH661F a 1967 Bedford VAM5/ECW B41F originally Eastern Counties SB661.
Photo taken Saturday 23 July 1983, Filey Bus Station
142. NAH661F
A rear view of Primrose Valley NAH661F a 1967 Bedford VAM5/ECW B41F, originally Eastern Counties SB661
Photo taken Saturday 23 July 1983, Balk End, Plough Inn
143. SWR541F
West Yorkshire Road Car SML2, SWR541F, Bedford VAM14 with ECW body new in 1967, one of a number of lightweight Bedfords bought by the THC prior to the advent of the Bristl LH.
Photo taken January 1972, Harrogate Bus Station
144. LDX73G
Ex-Ipswich via Eastbourne Atlantean/ECW LDX73G appears to have been converted to a film/TV catering bus, from the display in the blind box now owned by FTV of New Malden.
Photo taken mid 1993, Central London
145. LDX74G
Ipswich Corporation 74, LDX74G, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with ECW H43/31F body, new in October 1968, withdrawn 1980.
Photo taken February 1972, Tower Ramparts Bus Station (formerly known as Electric House), Ipswich
146. LDX74G
Ex Ipswich ECW bodied Atlantean LDX74G parked at Scratchwood Services on the M1 in the early 1990s.
Photo taken early 1990s, M1 Scratchwood Services
147. LDX76G
LDX76G is an ex Ipswich Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 delivered in Nov 1968 as No 76. The ECW body was originally H43/31F. This vehicle was later sold to Eastbourne and converted to open top.
Photo taken Sunday 31 July 2011, Marine Parade, Worthing
148. PBC103G
Leicester bought their second batch of Leyland Atlanteans in 1969 which carried ECW bodies and were PDR1A/1 chassis. They were originally ordered as ECW bodied Leyland Titan PD3s but the order was changed to take advantage of the government's bus grant scheme which offset some of the cost of new vehicles. They had low driving positions giving rise to a rather odd frontal appearance. 103, PBC103G, is seen in the Haymarket Leicester in 1982.
Photo taken Friday 8 October 1982, Haymarket, Leicester
149. TEA115G
West Midlands PTE 115H, TEA115G, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1969 with ECW H45/28F bodywork. New to West Bromwich Corporation.
Photo taken April 1972, West Bromwich Bus Station
150. TEA117G
West Midlands 117H, TEA117G, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1969 with ECW H45/28F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1977, Fisher Street Bus Station, Dudley
151. YRT896H
Two Lowestoft Corporation AEC Swifts with ECW B45D bodies, new in 1969, in front fleet number 2, YRT896H and behind number 3, YRT897H.
Photo taken June 1972, Waveney Road, Lowestoft
152. YRT898H
Preserved former Lowestoft Corporation 4, YRT898H, an AEC Swift with ECW B45D body, new in 1969.
Photo taken Sunday 2 April 2006, Wisley Aerodrome
153. CBU636J
Best & Sons, London W.5 CBU636J about to overtake us on its return journey from Blackpool where it had taken part in the National Coach Rally. This AEC VP2R Sabre with E.C.W. C46F body had been at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show and was a unique coach.
Photo taken Sunday 16 April 1972
154. ROG551Y
Midland Red West 551, ROG551Y, a Leyland Leopard PSU3A/4R built in 1970 with ECW C49F bodywork from 1983.
Photo taken June 1992, Shrewsbury
155. TGM214J
After the end of Lodekka production, Central SMT bought a batch of ECW bodied Daimler Fleetlines but quickly passed them on to Eastern Scottish and Alexander Midland. The former Central D14, TGM214J, is now preserved in Eastern Scottish colours as their DD294.
Photo taken Sunday 24 April 2011, Kirkby Stephen
156. PXA640J
Alexander Fife FRF40, PXA640J, a 1971 Daimler Fleetline with ECW body derived from the standard body for the Bristol VR.
Photo taken August 1972, North Queensferry
157. TGM203J
The batch of 35 ECW bodied Daimler Fleetlines delivered new to Central SMT in 1971 were transferred elsewhere in 1975 or 1976. D1-20 went to Eastern Scottish and the former D3, TGM203J, now numbered DD283 is seen at the ex Baxters depot at Airdrie.
Photo taken Sunday 7 August 1977, Victoria Depot, Gartlea Road, Airdrie
158. TGM219J
Central SMT purchased a batch of Daimler Fleetlines, with ECW bodies which had a very short life before transfer to Highland Omnibuses and possibly other SBG fleets. D19, TGM219J, is about to enter Killermont Street bus station with a more traditional CSMT bus following behind.
Photo taken May 1971, Killermont Street Bus Station, Glasgow
159. TGM223J
Ten of the 35 ECW bodied Daimler Fleetlines new to Central SMT in 1971, the former D21 to D30, passed to Midland in 1975. D23, TGM223J, now Midland MRF119, is seen in Buchanan Bus Station, Glasgow in 1977.
Photo taken Sunday 7 August 1977, Buchanan Street Bus Station, Glasgow
160. TGM229J
Alexander (Midland) MRF117, TGM229J a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LXB built in 1971 with ECW H43/34F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Falkirk
161. TGM235J
The final five of the 35 ECW bodied Daimler Fleetlines new to Central SMT passed to Northern in 1976. The former Central D35, TGM235J, now Northern NRF6 is seen at Aberdeen Bus Station in 1977.
Photo taken Thursday 4 August 1977, Aberdeen Bus Station
162. USF411J
Eastern Scottish DD411A, USF411J, was a Daimler CRG6LX with ECW H43/34F bodywork which was new in April 1971.
Photo taken early 1980s, St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh
163. CBU636J
Best & Sons, London W.5 entered this AEC VP2R Sabre, CBU636J in the National Coach Rally and also in the British Coach Rally in 1972. This unique coach carried an ECW C46F body and is seen here at Blackpool awaiting its turn to be judged in the Concours d'Elegance along with two other Best coaches VUR227K and TGH762F.
Photo taken Sunday 16 April 1972, Lower Promenade, Blackpool
164. ETY91L
"Lancashire's Got The Lot" but obviously not ex-Tyneside Daimler Fleetline ETY91L with ECW body which had been given permission to park in George Square.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 May 1985, George Square, Glasgow
165. LHD306K
The last Daimler Fleetlines bought by Yorkshire Woollen arrived in 1972. They had full height ECW bodywork and were the last double deckers delivered in traditional BET red livery. 696, LHD306K, is seen in a busy Dewsbury bus station when a few weeks old.
Photo taken Thursday 24 August 1972, Dewsbury Bus Station
166. LHD314K
Yorkshire Woollen dual sourced both Leyland Atlanteans and Daimler Fleetlines in the late sixties and early seventies. Seen here in Leeds is 704, LHD314K, a 1972 Daimler Fleetline with highbridge ECW bodywork.
Photo taken Wednesday 12 August 1981, Vicar Lane, Leeds
167. WEX685M
AEC Swift/ECW B43D, WEX685M, new to Great Yarmouth as their fleet no. 85
Photo taken Sunday 27 May 2012, Dewsbury Bus Museum
168. WEX685M
Offside view of ex Great Yarmouth 85, WEX685M an AEC Swift with ECW B43D body.
Photo taken Sunday 27 May 2012, Wakefield
169. XUF393K
Crosville HDL923, XUF393K, a 1972 Daimler Fleetline CRL6/ECW H43/31F originally Southdown 393.
Photo taken Thursday 29 July 1982, Dinorwic terminus
170. XUF397K
Southdown Daimler Fleetline CR6L 397, XUF397K, sounding like an Atlantean, as far as I can recall, with ECW body in Worthing.
Photo taken Sunday 5 September 1976, Marine Parade, Worthing
171. WEX685M
Great Yarmouth were keen AEC Swift buyers. Their last batch came in 1973 and had ECW bodywork based on the body for the Bristol RE. 85, WEX685M, is seen minus its front panel.
Photo taken Sunday 11 September 2005, Sheffield Rally
172. JHK495N
One of three ex-Colchester Borough buses now owned and operated by Talisman Coachlines of Great Bromley, ECW bodied Atlantean JHK495N, new in March 1975, is immaculately presented in Colchester livery.
Photo taken Sunday 14 October 2007, at Labworth Car Park, Canvey Island
173. KMW176P
Thamesdown 176, KMW176P, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with ECW H43/31F body new in early 1976.
Photo taken late 1970s, Fleming Way, Swindon
174. YNO77S
Talisman Coachlines operate this former Colchester Borough Transport Atlantean/ECW, YNO77S new in April 1978, on summer sightseeing tours of Colchester.
Photo taken Sunday 14 October 2007, at Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
175. YNO82S
Colchester Corporation 82, YNO82S, Leyland Atlantean AN68A/1R with ECW H43/31F body, new in June 1978.
Photo taken 1980, Colchester Bus Station
176. MEV87V
Colchester Corporation 87, MEV87V, Leyland Atlantean / ECW. New 1980.
Photo taken June 1980, Southend