SCT '61 Photo Index
Metro-Cammell
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1. AUM404
AUM404 was an AEC Regent new to Leeds as number 161 in July 1935 with an Metro-Cammell H30/26R body.
Photo taken Saturday 15 September 1956, Headingley
2. BHA303
Midland Red FEDD 1742, BHA303, new in 1936 with an Metro-Cammell H30/26F body. Withdrawn in 1954.
Photo taken 1950/1, Leicester Bus Station
3. CUL231
London Transport 231, CUL231, a C2 seen at Edgware High Street.
Photo taken Saturday 8 November 1958, High Street, London Edgware
4. CUL260
Preserved ex-London Transport 260, CUL260, an AEC 664T with Metro-Cammell H40/30R body, new in July 1936
Photo taken Sunday 10 September 2006, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
5. CUL260
London C2 class Trolleybus 260, CUL260, alongside C3 class 348, EXL348
Photo taken Monday 7 May 2012, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
6. RC3326
Trent 1004, RC3326, one of a batch of 15 delivered in January 1936. A BMMO FEDD with Metro-Cammell body, it was withdrawn and scrapped in May 1950 and sold to a local scrap merchant. Some of this batch were adapted to run on producer gas in 1941/42 but was discontinued as it was not a success
Photo taken May 1950, Meadow Road Garage, Derby
7. RC3333
RC3333, a Trent FEDD new in 1936, carries an Metro-Cammell body. Withdrawn in March 1951 and sold to a farmer at Dalbury Lees Nr Derby.
Photo taken late 1960s, Ashbourne Garage
8. CVP207
Seen on the A23, Brighton Road, taking part in the H.C.V.C. Rally is ex-Birmingham 1107, CVP207, a Daimler COG5 with Metro-Cammell H30/24R, new in 1937.
Photo taken Sunday 1 May 1966, A23, Brighton Road, south of Crawley
9. CVP207
Birmingham's standard double decker in the late nineteen thirties was the Daimler COG5 with Birmingham designed Metro Cammell body.
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 2010, Chatsworth
10. CVP207
From left to right Brirmingham 1107, CVP207, a Daimler COG5 with Metro-Cammell H30/24R, new in 1937, then JOJ533 then Midland Red BHA399C.
Photo taken September1998, Wythall Transport Museum
11. RJ6628
Berresford's, Cheddleton. On the left is HG2302, a Leyland Titan TD3c with Park Royal body, new to Burnley, Colne & Nelson (57) in 1933, and aquired in 1949. On the right, RJ6628, an AEC Regent 0661 with Metro-Cammell H26/22R body, new to Salford Corporation (155) in 1937, and acquired in 1951.
Photo taken March 1973, Berresford's Premises, near Cheddleton
12. ELB796
London H1 class Trolleybus 796, ELB796, one of 160 in the class, new in 1938
Photo taken Monday 7 May 2012, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
13. ELB796
The conductor leans from the platform to check the connectors stay on the wires as preserved LT trolleybus 796, ELB796, heads out during the running weekend.
Photo taken Saturday 24 September 2016, Carlton Coalville
14. ELB898
London Transport 898, ELB898, an H1 seen at the Napier Arms, Woodford.
Photo taken Saturday 8 November 1958, Napier Arms, Woodford
15. ETV778
Gosport & Fareham (Provincial), Hoeford 64, ETV778, an A.E.C. O661 Regent with a Metro-Cammell H28/26R body new in 1938, was acquired from Nottingham 12 in 1956.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Gosport Ferry Terminus
16. ETV785
Gosport & Fareham (Provincial), Hoeford 65, ETV785, was an A.E.C. O661 Regent with a Metro-Cammell H28/26R body new in 1938 as Nottingham 59 and acquired in 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Gosport Ferry Terminus
17. EOG243
Laurie, Hamilton (t/a Chieftain) 40, EOG243, was a Leyland TD6c with an M.C.C.W. H28/24R body new as Birmingham 243 in 1939. It was acquired by Laurie in May 1952 as number 39 and was renumbered to 40 when later fitted with doors. Seen at the garage, it passed to Bird (dealer), Stratford-upon-Avon in 1961 and was scrapped.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Hamilton Garage
18. FNA281
FNA281, seen on Woodhouse Moor, Leeds, was a Crossley Mancunian, new to Manchester in February 1939, with a Metro-Cammell/MCT H28/26R body when it was numbered 750. In 1946 it was renumbered to 2750 and was withdrawn in February 1954, passing to a showman.
Photo taken Tuesday 3 April 1956, Woodhouse Moor, Leeds
19. FOF171
Say, Gloucester, FOF171, a Ex-Birmingham City Transport M.C.C.W. bodied Daimler COG5 new in 1939 seen at Say's garage after withdrawal.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester
20. FXH401
London Transport 1401, FXH401, an L3 seen at the Crooked Billet Walthamstow.
Photo taken Saturday 8 November 1958, Crooked Billet, London Walthamstow
21. FXH437
London Transport 1437, FXH437, an L3 class Metro Cammell chassisless with AEC units, new in 1939/40.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1959, Stratford Broadway
22. BBA555
Three buses in use by Vacuum Oil probably for transport to the oil refinery they were building in Coryton. On the left is ex-LT STL1801, DLU32, which was withdrawn from LT service in November 1950. In the middle is FNW724, an ex-Leeds AEC Regent from 1937. To the right is BBA555, a Leyland TD5 with Metro-Cammell H26/22R body, new to Salford in 1940 as their number 230 and withdrawn in 1951.
Photo taken 1951
23. DBC236
Leicester City Transport 345, DBC236, an AEC Renown with Metro-Cammell H32/32R body built in 1940.
Photo taken early 1950s, Leicester General Hospital
24. FXH513
London Transport trolleybus believed to be 1513, FXH513, a L3 class
Photo taken Autumn 1961, City of London Finsbury Square, Moorgate
25. FXH521
Rear view of London L3 class Trolleybus 1521, FXH521
Photo taken Monday 7 May 2012, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
26. GNB499
Manchester 4251, GNB499, was a Daimler COG5 with a Metro Cammell/Crossley H28/26R body, new in September 1940 as number 1258.
Photo taken Saturday 19 October 1957, Chester Road, Old Trafford
27. GNC60
Manchester 4265, GNC60, Daimler COG5 - Metro Cammell H28/26R at Warwick Road, Old Trafford was from a batch of 83 vehicles ordered. Due to the war only 58 chassis were delivered with bodywork split between Metro Cammell and English Electric - the other chassis were destroyed by enemy action at the Daimler works before delivery.
Photo taken Saturday 19 October 1957, Warwick Road, Old Trafford
28. GNC61
Daimler COG5 4266, GNC61, with Metro Cammell H28/26R body new to Manchester in 1940, as 1266, seen adjacent to the construction work for the 'new' Piccadilly bus station (you can see more in the higher resolution picture) - now long since gone!
Photo taken Saturday 15 March 1958, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
29. HF9126
Wallasey 74, HF9126, a Leyland TD7c was new in July 1940 with a Metro Cammell H28/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 2 May 1971, Madeira Drive, Brighton
30. GLB727
London Transport 1727, GLB727, a SA1 class trolleybus seen on route 693. It was an 8' wide Leyland TTB6 with a Metro Cammell 72 seat body, new in January 1942, part of an order for Durban but diverted to London because of shipping difficulties.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1959, Wangey Road, Chadwell Heath
31. GLB731
London Transport 1731, GLB731, a SA1 class trolleybus seen on route 691. It was an 8' wide Leyland TTB6 with a Metro Cammell 72 seat body, new in February 1942, part of an order for Durban but diverted to London because of shipping difficulties. As built they had a separate front exit but this was replaced by fixed panelling by LT and seating for 2 extra passengers added where the door had been - the non-standard destination boards were retained throughout their life.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1959, Horns Road, Ilford
32. GLB736
London Transport 1736, GLB736, a SA2 class trolleybus seen on route 691. It was an 8' wide Leyland TTB6 with a Metro Cammell 72 seat body, new in April 1942, part of an order for Durban but diverted to London because of shipping difficulties.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1959, Horns Road, Ilford
33. GLB742
London Transport 1742, GLB742, a SA2 class trolleybus seen on route 691. It was an 8' wide Leyland TTB6 with a Metro Cammell 72 seat body, new in June1942, part of an order for Durban but diverted to London because of shipping difficulties.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1959, Ley Street, Ilford
34. GLB757
London Transport 1757, GLB757, a SA3 class trolleybus seen on route 691, with another SA3, 1764, behind. It was an 8' wide AEC 664T with a Metro Cammell 72 seat body, new in January 1943, part of an order for Johannesburg but diverted to London because of shipping difficulties.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1959, Horns Road, Ilford
35. GLB761
London Transport 1761, GLB761, a SA3 class trolleybus seen on route 693. It was an 8' wide AEC 664T with a Metro Cammell 72 seat body, new in March 1943, part of an order for Johannesburg but diverted to London because of shipping difficulties.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1959, Wangey Road, Chadwell Heath
36. GNE247
The chassis of Manchester 2960, GNE247, which entered service in May 1944 was initially on loan to Manchester as number 1217 with the Metro Cammell-Crossley H28/26R body removed from 1211.
Photo taken Wednesday 17 September 1958, Portland Street, Manchester
37. BRJ901
Salford 247, BRJ901, was a Crossley DD42/3 was new in 1946, as number 77, with the 1938 Metro Cammell H26/24R body from the previous 77, ABA627.
Photo taken Thursday 18 August 1955, Salford Bus Station
38. HF9576
Seen in Dumfries with Gibson, Moffat HF9576 was a Leyland PD1 with an M.C.C.W. H30/26R body which had been new to Wallasey Corporation in 1946.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
39. HLY480
Birch Brothers took delivery in 1946/7 of ten Leyland PD1s with Birch L28/25F bodies. Seven of them received new Metro-Cammell H30/26R bodies in 1956/7 and the first of these K180, HLY480, is seen at Bedford after the rebodying acting as a relief on the 203 service to London.
Photo taken Saturday 6 February 1960, De Parys Avenue, Bedford
40. HLY480
Birch Brothers Leyland Titan / Metro Cammell HLY480 which along with others in the batch were regular visitors to London Kings Cross on service 203 from Rushden via Bedford.
Photo taken October 1960, Luton Midland Station
41. HLY482
Birch Bros. K182, HLY482, was a Leyland PD1 new in 1946 with a Birch L28/25F body. It was rebodied in 1957 with an Metro-Cammell H30/26RD body as seen here outside the garage at Rushden.
Photo taken Sunday 14 March 1965, Rushden Garage
42. HLY482
HLY482 was a Leyland PD1 which had been rebodied with a Metro-Cammell H30/26R body. It was number K182 in the fleet of Birch Bros., Kentish Town and is seen outside the garage at Rushden.
Photo taken Sunday 14 March 1965, Garage, Rushden
43. HLY482
K182, HLY482, of Birch Bros. London N.W.5, seen in De Parys Avenue, Bedford, loading for a relief journey on the 203 London service, was a Leyland PD1 new in 1946 with a Birch L28/25F body. This was replaced in 1957 by a Metro Cammell H30/26RD body.
Photo taken Saturday 6 February 1960, De Parys Avenue, Bedford
44. HLY483
Birch Bros K183, HLY483 was a Leyland PD1 new in 1946 with a Birch L28/25F body. It was rebodied in 1956 with an Metro-Cammell H30/26R body as seen here outside the garage at Henlow Camp.
Photo taken Sunday 14 March 1965, Henlow Camp
45. HLY483
A second shot of Birch Bros K183, HLY483 which was a Leyland PD1 new in 1946 with a Birch L28/25F body. It was rebodied in 1956 with an Metro-Cammell H30/26R body as seen here outside the garage at Henlow Camp.
Photo taken Sunday 14 March 1965, Henlow Camp
46. JHA836
Hulleys of Baslow 20, JHA836, a 1946 BMMO S8 with Metro-Cammell body seen at the operator's yard on July 18th 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 1965, Baslow Garage
47. BRJ921
Salford 267, BRJ921, an A.E.C. 0961 Regent III with a Metro Cammell H30/26R body, one of fifteen new in 1947, is seen in Victoria Bus Station.
Photo taken Thursday 10 April 1958, Victoria Bus Station, Salford
48. BRJ943
Salford 289, BRJ943, a Leyland PD1 with a Metro Cammell H28/26R body, one of eighteen new in 1947, although the first four, 278-281, seated H26/24R initially, is seen in Victoria Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 30 November 1957, Victoria Bus Station, Salford
49. BRJ944
Salford 290, BRJ944, a Metro Cammell H28/26R bodied Leyland PD1, one of eighteen new in 1947 was seen at Third Avenue, Trafford Park.
Photo taken Monday 6 June 1960, Trafford Park, Manchester
50. GOE486
GOE486 is a Daimler CVA6DD with Metro-Cammell H30/24R body dating from 1947. It was BCT 1486 and has been restored as such.
Photo taken Monday 29 August 2016, turning right into Chapel Lane from Wythall Transport Museum
51. GVR211
Seen in Parker Street, Manchester is Manchester 3009, GVR211, a Leyland PD1 with a Metro Cammell H32/26R body which was new in March 1947.
Photo taken Sunday 19 January 1958, Parker Street, Manchester
52. GVR218
Manchester 3016, GVR218, a Leyland PD1 with Metro Cammell H32/26R body in Piccadilly Bus Station.
Photo taken Thursday 18 August 1955, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
53. GVR278
Manchester 3076, GVR278, seen near Cannon Street Bus Station in Manchester was a Leyland PD1/3 with a Metro Cammell H32/26R body new in 1947.
Photo taken Sunday 16 February 1958, Hanging Ditch, Manchester
54. AHF199
This grainy picture is of a Wallasey Corporation Leyland PD1 bus with Metro-Cammell body. Registration AHF199 (Fleet No 21). It was delivered new to Wallasey in 1948 and was withdrawn from service in 1961.
Photo taken August 1963, London Road, Manchester
55. AHF371
Leyland PD AHF371 is obviously ex-Wallasey, but who is it with in this photo? It is rather drunkenly parked at Lower Mosley Street, Manchester. It started life as Wallasey 33, a Leyland PD1 with Metro-Cammell H28/26R body new in 1948 and was withdrawn in 1961.
Photo taken Lower Mosley Street, Manchester
56. CEA739
West Bromwich 139, CEA739, seen at the Oak Lane garage, was a Daimler CVD6 with a Metro Cammell H30/26R body new in 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Oak Lane Garage, West Bromwich
57. DEA546
DEA546, new in 1948, was number 146 in the West Bromwich fleet and was a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro Cammell H30/26R body, one of ten new that year, although the last four did not enter service until 1949. It is seen at the Oak Lane garage.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Oak Lane Garage, West Bromwich
58. EED14
Warrington 28, EED14, was new in June 1948 as number 44, becoming 28 in the August 1948 fleet renumbering. It was a Leyland PD1A which had a Metro-Cammell H28/26R body which had been carried by the previous number 44 which was ED 8701, a Crossley Mancunian new in 1935.
Photo taken Thursday 24 March 1960, Bridgefoot
59. EED14
New in June 1948 as Warrington 44, EED14 was a Leyland PD1A which had a Metro-Cammell H28/26R body which had been carried by the previous number 44 which was ED 8701, a Crossley Mancunian new in 1935. When the fleet was renumbered in August 1948 EED14 became number 28 as seen in this photograph.
Photo taken Thursday 24 March 1960, Buttermarket Street/Bridge Street
60. ESG652
Edinburgh Corporation 739, ESG652, a 1948 Guy Arab III with Metro Cammell 35 seat rear entrance body.
Photo taken c. 1994, Trans-Pennine Rally, Harrogate
61. ESG652
Edinburgh 739, ESG652, a Guy Arab III of 1948 with an Metro Cammell 35 seat body
Photo taken August 2009, Lathalmond open day 2009
62. ESG652
This Edinburgh Guy Arab III saloon 739, ESG652, has a Metro-Cammell body and already appears on SCT61, but this picture shows it has been restored a long time, taking part in the 1976 Trans-Pennine Run. I always looked forward to the Scottish entries as they were both well-restored and interesting and I admired the owners for bringing them such a long way at not inconsiderable cost.
Photo taken Sunday 1 August 1976, Rochdale Road, Todmorden
63. ESG652
Edinburgh 739, ESG652, was a Guy Arab III with Metro-Cammell B35R body which was new in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 15 August 2015, SVBM, Lathalmond
64. FHP2
FHP2, new in 1948 as Coventry 2, and seen at the Harnall Lane garage was a Daimler CVA6 with a Metro-Cammell H31/29R body, the second of thirty such buses new that year.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Harnall Lane Garage
65. GEA174
GEA174 is West Bromwich Corporation 174, a fully restored Daimler CV6G dating from 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 27 October 2013, Black Country Living Museum, Dudley
66. GKV99
Coventry 99, GKV99, was an A.E.C. 0961 Regent III, the chassis of which was built as early as 1948 but which was not bodied until 1951 when Metro-Cammell had capacity to body it with an H30/26R body to London Transport RT3 specification.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Sandy Lane Garage
67. HD7858
Yorkshire Woollen District 575, HD7858, seen in Chester Street Bus Station in Bradford 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. It is operating on the Bradford to Sheffield service in the glorious and delightful all-over red livery which replaced the earlier maroon and cream.
Photo taken Sunday 13 May 1956, Chester Street Bus Station, Bradford
68. HD7903
Yorkshire Woollen District 620, HD7903, a Leyland PS1 from 1948, rebodied as a double decker by Metro-Cammell in 1954/5.
Photo taken 1965, Vicarage Road, Dewsbury
69. HD7913
Yorkshire WD 630, HD7913, was one of the 1948 Leyland PS1s to be rebodied by Metro Cammell in 1955.
Photo taken 1964, Station Road, Drighlington
70. HYM765
London Transport Executive 1765, HYM765, was caught on the stand at Warren Drive North, Tolworth whilst operating on the 601 service to Twickenham.
Photo taken Saturday 27 December 1958, Warren Drive North, London Tolworth
71. HYM768
London Transport 1768, HYM768, a 1948 BUT 964T161 with Metro Cammell bodywork part of the Q1 class of trolleybuses that were the last bought by London Transport. This vehicle was one of a number of Q1s which saw further service in Spain.
Photo taken August 2002, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
72. HYM768
A pair of London Q1 class Trolleybuses, 1768, HYM768, and 1812, HYM812.
Photo taken Monday 7 May 2012, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
73. HYM776
London Transport Executive 1776, HYM776, on route 604 waits in Hampton Court Road. This was one of seventy-seven Q1 class B.U.T trolleybuses with Metro-Cammell H40/30R bodies new in 1948. A further fifty were delivered in 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 27 December 1958, London Hampton Court
74. HYM789
London Transport 1789, HYM789, a Q1 seen at Hammersmith Grove, Hammersmith
Photo taken Saturday 8 November 1958, The Grove, London Hammersmith
75. HYM826
I think this is Coruna. No.36 which was LT Q1 no. 1826
Photo taken Tuesday 7 July 1964, Coruna, Spain
76. HYM830
London Transport Executive 1830, HYM830, seen on route 603 at the terminal loop, opposite Red Lion Road at Tolworth, of the route to Richmond Park. This was one of seventy-seven Q1 class B.U.T trolleybuses with Metro-Cammell H40/30R bodies new in 1948. A further fifty were delivered in 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 27 December 1958, Ewell Road, London Tolworth
77. KVK967
Passing the municipal car park in Ferensway is Hull Corporation Transport No 127, KVK967, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro Cammell 55 seat bodywork which was new to Newcastle Corporation in 1948.
Photo taken Tuesday 6 August 1963, Ferensway, Hull
78. LTN487
Newcastle 487, LTN487, a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro-Cammell H40/30R body was one of twenty new in 1948 and was seen at Newcastle Central Station.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Newcastle Central Station
79. LTN497
Newcastle 497, LTN497, a BUT 9641T with Metro-Cammell body H40/30R body, London Q style trolley
Photo taken May 1964, opposite Newcastle Central Station
80. FBC272
Leicester City Transport 6, FBC272, an AEC Regent III with Metro-Cammell H30/26R body built in 1949.
Photo taken early 1950s, Leicester General Hospital
81. FSC182
Edinburgh 135, FSC182, a Daimler CVG6/ Met-Cam, 1949 built, seems to have escaped being illustrated on here. This bus, similar to deliveries to Newcastle and of course Birmingham, was exhibited at the Corporation Transport Museum at Shrubhill works for several years alongside tram 35. The museum closed, and the collection was dispersed. Seen on a "Classic Bus " running day outside the Edinburgh Botanic Gardens, 135 ticks over in the shade.
Photo taken Sunday 21 August 1994, Botanic Gardens
82. FSC182
Scotland's capital city can boast of several museums and galleries, but no transport museum since the small one housed in the Shrubhill works of Edinburgh City transport was closed several years ago. Along with Edinburgh tram 35 and FSC182, Aberdeen BRS37, a Daimler CWD6 with a Duple body was also displayed.
Photo taken Monday 11 April 1977, Shrubhill Works, Edinburgh
83. FYS714
Not the sharpest slide in the box of archive views from G V V T, but it has a wealth of interesting features. DWG912, a Leyland PD2/12 (Alexander Midland /Alexander L53R body) overtakes GCT Trolleybus TB14, FYS714, as they tended to do, as both vehicles turn left from Royston Road into Castle Street.
Photo taken 1966?, Castle St at Royston Road, Glasgow
84. GKV66
A line up of Daimlers at Harnall Lane Garage headed by 66, GKV66, a Daimler CVA6 with Metro-Cammell H31/29R body.
Photo taken Sunday 20 October 1963, Harnall Lane Garage
85. GSG13
Edinburgh 181, GSG13, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H56R body seen in Princes Street.
Photo taken July 1961, Princes Street, Edinburgh
86. HDG446
A pair from Cheltenham District 's fleet with Albion 70, HDG446, on the right and E.C.W. bodied Bristol NHY939 on the left. The Albion was a CX19 Venturer with M.C.C.W. H30/26R new in 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Cheltenham Garage
87. HDG448
Cheltenham District Traction 72, HDG448, an Albion CX19 with a Metro-Cammell H30/26R body, is seen laying over at the bus station in Cheltenham.
Photo taken Saturday 18 August 1962, Cheltenham Bus Station
88. HDG448
HDG448, new in 1949 to Cheltenham District, an Albion Venturer CX19 with Metro-Cammell 56 seat body.
Photo taken August 1997, Toddington
89. HOV845
Birmingham 1845, HOV845, a Daimler CVG6, one of eighty-seven, dating from 1949 with Metro-Cammell H30/24R body of typical Birmingham style is seen at Perry Barr Garage.
Photo taken Sunday 15 October 1967, Perry Barr Garage
90. HOV865
Birmingham 1865, HOV865, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro Cammell H30/24R body of 1949.
Photo taken 1965, Navigation Street, Birmingham
91. HOV923
Birmingham C T 1923, HOV923, a Daimler CVG6/Met-Cam H54R built in 1949 caught me on the hop as I waited for another bus. This was the only exposed radiator Daimler I saw on my visit.
Photo taken August 1968, Corporation Street, Birmingham
92. JHA74
Midland Red AEC Regent 3173, JHA74 with Metro Cammell H30/26R body from 1949
Photo taken 1951, Swadlincote Bus Station
93. JNA421
Manchester 3120, JNA421, delivered in February 1949, was one of a hundred eight feet wide Leyland PD1/3s delivered between January 1949 and January 1950. They had Metro Cammell H32/26R bodies and 3120, seen here in Cannon Street Bus Station, was withdrawn in March 1967, passing to Hartwood Finance (breaker), Barnsley.
Photo taken Sunday 1 March 1959, Cannon Street Bus Station
94. JNA467
Manchester 3166, JNA467, a Leyland PD1/3 with Metro-Cammell H33/26R body from 1949
Photo taken c.1997, Open Day, Manchester Museum of Transport
95. JNA493
Manchester 3192, JNA493, was a Leyland PD1/3 with a Metro Cammell H32/26R body and was seen at Woodlands Street, Cheetham Hill shortly after a repaint showing the wonderful effects of the "spray everything red" painting regime.
Photo taken Saturday 7 May 1960, Woodlands Street, Cheetham Hill, Manchester
96. JNA495
Manchester 3194, JNA495, Leyland PD1/3 with Metro Cammell H32/26R body in Picaddilly Bus Station on the Limited Stop service to Brooklands.
Photo taken Sunday 27 October 1957, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
97. KGU91
Duff, Ardrossan (A1 Service, Ardrossan) KGU91, seen in Ardrossan, was a Leyland 7RT with a Metro Cammell H30/26R body.
Photo taken Wednesday 5 August 1970, Ardrossan
98. KTV99
Nottingham 99, KTV99, was the third of a batch of thirty A.E.C. 9612E Regent IIIs with Metro-Cammell H30/26R bodies new in 1949.
Photo taken Saturday 6 October 1962, Nottingham
99. CRJ410
Salford C.T. 410, CRJ410, a Daimler CVG6D of 1950 with Metro-Cammell H28/26R body.
Photo taken early 1958, Victoria Bus Station
100. FEA156
Preserved West Bromwich Daimler CVG5 156, FEA156, new in 1950 with a Metro-Cammell B35R body.
Photo taken Sunday 10 July 2011, Aston Transport Museum, Birmingham
101. FEA156
West Bromwich 156, FEA156, a Daimler CVG5SD with a Metro Cammell B38R body. The chassis was built in 1950 but was not bodied until March 1952.
Photo taken Sunday 8 July 2012, near AMRTM in Aldridge
102. FEA156
Featuring a cut-away rear entrance, typical of some Scottish buses, is West Bromwich 156, FEA156, a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro Cammell B38R body seen at the Oak Lane garage. 156 has been preserved.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, West Bromwich
103. FYS743
Glasgow TD9, FYS743, a Daimler CTM6 with a Metro-Cammell H40/30R body was seen at Glasgow Cross.
Photo taken Monday 11 April 1960, Tollbooth Steeple, Glasgow Cross (High Street/Trongate)
104. GKV94
GKV94 is Coventry 94, a Daimler CVA6 with Metro-Cammell H31/29R body and was the first post-war bus type delivered to Coventry Corporation and dates from 1950. In 1970 Smiths of Long Itchington was operating this vehicle on school contracts, still in Coventry maroon but with with the cream over painted with black.
Photo taken Monday 8 February 2016, Quantock Heritage, Somerset
105. GKV94
GKV94 is Coventry 94, a Daimler CVA6 with Metro-Cammell H31/29R body and was the first post-war bus type delivered to Coventry Corporation and dates from 1950.
Photo taken December 2016, Quantock Heritage site, Somerset
106. GKV94
Here's a picture of GKV94 - Coventry 94 - on a short run to test everything. Still lots to do before it can leave Quantock Heritage, but what a fantastic restoration they have done.
Photo taken Friday 14 February 2020, near Wiveliscombe, Somerset
107. JND728
Manchester 4127, JND728, Daimler CVG6 with Metro Cammell H32/26R in Albert Square.
Photo taken Thursday 29 March 1956, Princess Street, Albert Square, Manchester
108. JND728
Preserved Manchester 4127, JND728, Daimler CVG6 with Metro Cammell H32/26R body.
Photo taken Manchester Museum of Transport
109. JND728
Preserved Manchester 4127, JND728, seen climbing New Bank on its way out of Halifax, heading for Harrogate on the Trans-Pennine Rally, was a Daimler CVG6K with a Metro Cammell H32/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 6 August 1972, New Bank, Halifax
110. JOJ255
A picture taken at the end of the Birmingham Outer Circle run of 18 June 1972. In the foreground are Birmingham 2255, JOJ255, and 2231, JOJ231, Leyland Tiger PS2s followed by a pair of Sentinels from Browns of Donington, including HAW373 nearest the camera. In the background can be seen Barton's Charabanc, SELNEC Leyland National EX30 and a Southdown double decker registered JCD??.
Photo taken Sunday 18 June 1972, Birmingham Outer Circle Run
111. JOJ255
One of the famous Birmingham Tigers, 2255, JOJ255, photographed at Crich August 1971, Bank Holiday Monday.
Photo taken Monday 30 August 1971, Crich Tramway Museum
112. JOJ27
Birmingham 2027, JOJ27, was one of sixty-one Daimler CVD6s with Metro Cammell H30/24R bodies new in 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 22 May 1966, Yardley Wood Garage, Birmingham
113. JOJ533
Birmingham 2533, JOJ533, a Guy Arab IV with Metro Cammell H30/24R body, new in 1950.
Photo taken September 1991
114. JOJ536
Former Birmingham City 2536, JOJ536, in WM livery navigates around the Fox and Goose Roundabout at the intersection of the A47 and A4040 Outer Circle in Ward End on its way to the city.
Photo taken Tuesday 16 January 1973, Fox & Goose Roundabou, Birmingham 8
115. JOJ548
Preserved ex-Birmingham 2548, JOJ548, a Guy Arab IV with a Metro Cammell body, new in 1950
Photo taken Sunday 4 November 2012, Lincoln
116. KOC233
Jennings of Ashen's green-liveried former demonstrator KOC233 is seen here at Judd Street, King's Cross some time between acquisition in April 1951 and relocation of the London terminal to Pentonville Road in January 1954.
Photo taken early 1950s, Judd Street Coach Station, London Kings Cross
117. LUC205
Seen at the garage is Osborne, Tollesbury LUC205 which was an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro-Cammell B35F body.
Photo taken Sunday 14 February 1965, New Road Garage, Tollesbury
118. NBB591
Newcastle 591, NBB591, a BUT 9641T with Metro-Cammell body H40/30R body, London Q style trolley, seen at Barras Bridge, about to cross the Claremont Road junction with the old A1 before the right turn into Jesmond Road.
Photo taken May 1964, Barras Bridge, Newcastle
119. NBB592
Newcastle 592, NBB592, a BUT 9641T with Metro-Cammell body H40/30R body, London Q style trolley
Photo taken May 1964, Blackett Street, Newcastle
120. NBB594
Newcastle 594, NBB594, a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro-Cammell H40/30R body was one of fifty new in 1950 and is seen at Newcastle Central Station.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Newcastle Central Station
121. NBB607
Newcastle 607, NBB607, a BUT 9641T with Metro-Cammell body H40/30R body, new in 1950, one of a batch of 50.
Photo taken 1964, opposite Newcastle Central Station
122. NBB628
Two Newcastle trolleybuses running together for the first time since 1966. 628, NBB628, is an EATM exhibit and 501, LTN501, is on loan from Beamish.
Photo taken Wednesday 31 August 2011, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
123. NHA704
Midland Red 3704, NHA704, a BMMO/Metro Cammell S10 of 1950 is seen in its final days in the Driver Training fleet.
Photo taken 1965, Hill Street, Birmingham
124. NHA735
Midland Red 3735, NHA735, was a B.M.M.O. S12 new in 1950 with a Metro-Cammell B44F body.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Tewkesbury
125. ODE402
Seen at the Pembroke Dock garage of Silcox is number 25, ODE402, a Bristol K6G the chassis of which was new in 1950 and which had not been bodied until July 1952 when it was fitted with a 1940 Metro Cammell FH32/28R body ex-Birmingham trolleybus 83 (FOK83).
Photo taken Tuesday 14 August 1962, Pembroke Dock
126. AHF837
Merseyside PTE 41, AHF837, a Leyland Titan PD2/1 bult in 1951 with Metro-Cammell H30/26R bodywork. Finely turned out in the new livery, this had been new to Wallasey Corporation as 41
Photo taken March 1970, Seacombe Ferry Terminal, Wallasey
127. AHF841
Merseyside P.T.E. (formerly Wallasey Corporation) - A collection of withdrawn Leyland Titan PD2/1's with Metro-Cammell H30/26R bodies from a batch originally comprising 24 vehicles. Identifiable are 45 & 42 (AHF841 & AHF838) in the foreground, and 40 (AHF836) in the background to the right.
Photo taken Sunday 2 August 1970, Wallasey Depot
128. AHF849
Wallasey 53, AHF849, a Leyland PD2/1 with a Metro Cammell H30/26R body, one of twenty-four new in 1951, is seen at the garage on an Omnibus Touring Circle weekend visit.
Photo taken Saturday 9 September 1967, Wallasey
129. AHF850
Preserved Wallasey Corporation 54, AHF850, a Leyland PD2/1 with Metro Cammell H30/26R body, new in 1951
Photo taken Saturday 25 June 2011, Kelsall
130. AHF850
Preserved Wallasey Corporation 54, AHF850, a Leyland PD2/1 with Metro Cammell H30/26R body, new in 1951
Photo taken Monday 2 May 1988, Port Sunlight
131. CRJ440
Salford City Transport 440, CRJ440, a 1951 Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell body
Photo taken 1963, Victoria Bus Station
132. FRJ459
Salford 459, FRJ459, one of a batch of 105 Daimler CVG6's with Metro-Cammell H30/24R body delivered in 1951. It was withdrawn in 1968.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Portland Street/Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
133. FRJ511
Preserved Salford 511, FRJ511, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H30/24R body delivered in 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 17 May 2009, Bolton Day, Manchester Museum of Transport
134. FRJ511
1951 Daimler CVG6 FRJ511, ex Salford City Transport, with a Metro-Cammell body.
Photo taken Saturday 1 October 2011, Clarendon Crescent, Eccles
135. FRJ511
Salford 511, FRJ511, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro Cammell bodywork which entered service in 1951. The shortened radiator specified by the manager Charles Baroth to help minimise minor damage can be clearly seen.
Photo taken Saturday 31 October 2009, Etihad Stadium, Manchester
136. GKV100
Seen at the Harnall Lane garage, Coventry 100, GKV100, was a Crossley DD42/7T with a Metro-Cammell H31/27R body which was new in 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Harnall Lane Garage, Coventry
137. JKV122
Supporting home industry, Coventry bought a batch of Maudslay Regent IIIs with Metro-Cammell bodies and 122, JKV122, is seen at Harnall Lane Garage. In reality these were AEC Regent IIIs with Maudslay badges and an ‘M’ prefix to the chassis number.
Photo taken Sunday 20 October 1963, Harnall Lane Garage
138. JKV123
This Maudslay M9612E Regent III, seen at the Sandy Lane garage, with a Metro-Cammell H31/27R body was new as Coventry 123, JKV123, and was one of nine new in 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Sandy Lane Garage
139. JND635
JND635 was a H32/26R Metro-Cammell bodied Titan PD2/3 new to Manchester in 11/51.
Photo taken mid 1970, Broadway at junction with Burnley Lane, Chadderton, Oldham
140. JND646
Manchester Corporation 3245, JND646, a 1951 Leyland Titan PD2/3 with Metro Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken 2005, Victoria Station, Manchester
141. JND646
Two former municipal stalwarts can be seen in this shot taken at Lancaster's 75th anniversary rally in 1978. Manchester 3245, JND646, is a 1951 Leyland Titan PD2/3 with Metro Cammell bodywork and next is a later Birkenhead example 75, MCM975, a 1962 Leyland Titan PD2/40 with curvacious Massey bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 16 July 1978, Hornsea Pottery, Lancaster
142. JND646
Seen in the Gynn Square car park in Blackpool is Ex-Manchester 3245, JND646, a Leyland PD2/3 with a Metro-Cammell H32/26R body new in November 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 16 April 1972, Gynn Square Car Park, Blackpool
143. JND655
Manchester 3254, JND655, Leyland PD2/3 - Metro Cammell H32/26R at Heaton Park. 3254, new in 1951, and here on route 62 to Chorltonville, stands with schoolboys around the clock whilst the crew wait for the scheduled departure time before stamping their card.
Photo taken Thursday 29 March 1956, Heaton Park, Manchester
144. JOJ603
Birmingham 2603, JOJ603, one of fifty Guy Arab IVs with Metro Cammell H30/24R bodies new in 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 22 May 1966, Selly Oak Garage, Birmingham
145. JOJ607
Birmingham 2607, JOJ607, one of fifty Guy Arab IVs with Metro Cammell H30/24R bodies new in 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 22 May 1966, Selly Oak Garage, Birmingham
146. JOJ663
Two hundred and twenty Daimler CVD6s with Metro-Cammell H30/24R bodies entered service in 1951 in two batches (2061-2130 with exposed radiators and 2626-2775 with concealed radiators). 2663, JOJ663, seen at Hockley Garage was typical of the second batch of these.
Photo taken Sunday 15 October 1967, Hockley Garage
147. JOJ707
JOJ707 was new to Birmingham in 1951. It is a Daimler CVD6 with Metro-Cammell 54 seat body (to operator's design).
Photo taken Sunday 28 April 2019, AMRTM Aldridge
148. JOJ951
Walsall 855, TDH905, was a Sunbeam F4A with Willowbrook H36/34RD body of 1954. Next to it is WMPTE (Birmingham) 591, JOJ591, a Guy Arab IV with Metro-Cammell H30/24R of 1951.
Photo taken 1970, St. Paul's Street Bus Station, Walsall
149. KND918
Manchester 4157, KND918, a Daimler CVG6K with a Metro Cammell H32/26R body, seen in Corporation Street at its junction with Cannon Street, is another example of the "spray everything red" regime.
Photo taken Saturday 4 June 1960, Corporation Street, Manchester
150. LUC213
Hampson, Oswestry, 21, LUC213, an AEC Regal IV built in 1951 with Metro-Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken July 1978, Oswestry
151. LUC213
Hampson's 21, LUC213, an AEC Regal IV with Metro Cammell B35F body, formerly London Transport RF13, seen on the Oswestry local service.
Photo taken Saturday 18 October 1980, Oswald Road, Oswestry
152. LUC213
Here's update information and picture for LUC213, an AEC Regal IV with Metro Cammell B35F body.
Photo taken Saturday 22 July 2017, private site near Coventry
153. LUC214
Seen at Garelochhead's garage is LUC214, an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV new in 1951 with a Metro Cammell B35F body as London Transport RF14 , which became Garelochhead Coach Services 39.
Photo taken Saturday 15 August 1964, Garelochhead garage
154. LUC224
Seen at Garelochhead's garage is LUC224, an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B35F body new as London Transport RF24 in 1951, which became Garelochhead Coach Services 41.
Photo taken Saturday 15 August 1964, Garelochhead garage
155. LUC225
Premier Travel, Cambridge 173, LUC225, seen here at Premier Travel’s garage at Haverhill, was an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B35F body which had been new in 1951 as London Transport Executive RF25, being acquired by Premier Travel in January 1965 from P.V.S. Contracts, Ilford and being withdrawn in November 1969 after which it passed to Wombwell Diesels (dealer), Wombwell for scrap.
Photo taken Sunday 11 September 1966, Haverhill
156. LYF410
Green Line RF59, LYF410, seen at the Aldgate terminus of route 720 to Bishops Stortford, one of a batch of over 200 that were delivered for Green Line service starting in 1951.
Photo taken July 1959, City of London Aldgate Bus Station
157. FRJ484
Salford City Transport 484, FRJ484, a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H30/24R body, new in 1952 with another from the same batch and a Manchester Corporation Atlantean in the background
Photo taken 1963, Parrs Wood, Manchester
158. JOJ964
Birmingham (West Midlands PTE) 2964, JOJ964, was one of the 1952 batch of Guy Arab IVs with an Metro-Cammell H30/25R body.
Photo taken 1970, New Street, Birmingham
159. LYH862
London Transport Q1 type trolleybus 1862, LYH862, a BUT with Metro Cammell body, new in 1952
Photo taken Kingston Station
160. MLL582
New in March 1952, London Transport Board RF195, MLL582, was an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B39F body, seen in Kingston Road, Tolworth.
Photo taken Saturday 6 April 1968, Kingston Road, Tolworth
161. MLL774
British European Airways 6539, MLL774, seen at Heathrow Airport operating as an airside bus was an A.E.C.9821LT Regal IV with a Metro-Cammell B39F body new in April 1952 as London Transport RF237 and had been acquired in January 1964.
Photo taken February/March 1966, Heathrow Airport
162. MLL795
Premier Travel MLL795, an ex-London Transport A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro-Cammell B39F body seen in Kingston Road, Ewell at the junction of Stoneleigh Park Road on its way to Epsom Downs for the Derby Meeting, had been acquired in January 1965.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 May 1968, Kingston Road, Ewell
163. MLL803
British European Airways 6542, MLL803, seen at Heathrow Airport operating as an airside bus, was an A.E.C.9821LT Regal IV with a Metro-Cammell B39F body new in June 1952 as London Transport RF266 and had been acquired in January 1964.
Photo taken February/March 1966, Heathrow Airport
164. MXX281
London Transport RF393, MXX281, part of the batch of 188 (RF314-501) delivered from 1952 on for use in the Central Area without a folding front door.
Photo taken c.1960, Hounslow Bus Station
165. JOJ976
JOJ976 is a Guy Arab IV with Gardner 6LW 8.4 litre 6 cylinder and pre-selective gearbox with a Metro-Cammell 55 seats (27 ft, to operator’s design) body. 2976 is a typical Birmingham Guy, and entered service in February 1953 from Acocks Green garage.
Photo taken Monday 2 May 2016, A435 near Wythall
166. JOJ976
Birmingham 2976, JOJ976, a Guy Arab IV with Metro Cammell H30/25R body new in early 1953.
Photo taken September 1998
167. KOC242
The third of the Leyland HR40 Olympic prototypes with Metro-Cammell B40F bodywork, KOC242, found its way into the fleet of Llynfi, Maesteg as number 61 in November 1953 and is here seen at the garage. It was acquired from Whittle, Highley to whom it had passed after demonstration work.
Photo taken Saturday 6 September 1969, Llynfi Garage, Maesteg
168. MOF102
Birmingham Corporation 3102, MOF102, a 1953 Metro-Cammell H30/25R bodied Guy Arab IV parked in a busy Bridge Street at Bakewell. Owned by K & R Walsh of Manchester it seemed to be operating a shuttle service possibly in connection with the Bakewell Festival of Baking which was taking place just to the left of where it was parked.
Photo taken Saturday 8 June 2013, at Bridge Street, Bakewell
169. MOF102
A rear view of Birmingham Corporation 3102, MOF102, a 1953 Metro-Cammell H30/25R bodied Guy Arab IV parked in a busy Bridge Street at Bakewell. Owned by K & R Walsh of Manchester it seemed to be operating a shuttle service possibly in connection with the Bakewell Festival of Baking which was taking place just to the left of where it was parked.
Photo taken Saturday 8 June 2013, at Bridge Street, Bakewell
170. MOF9
Preserved ex-Birmingham 3009, MOF9, a Guy Arab IV with Metro Cammell body, new in 1953
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 2004, Watercress Line Rally, Alton
171. MOF9
Birmingham 3009, MOF9, a Guy Arab IV with Metro Cammell body looked in good order as it operated local tours during the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza weekend.
Photo taken Monday 4 May 2015, Mostyn Crescent, Llandudno
172. MOF9
Preserved ex-Birmingham 3009, MOF9, a Guy Arab IV with Metro Cammell body, new in 1953.
Photo taken September 1998
173. MOF90
This is MOF90, a Guy Arab IV with Metro Cammell H30/25R body and originally was Birmingham 3090. It has a Gardner engine and hasn't been seen for a long time. Recently changed hands, it has only recently been towed to Roger Burdett's place for internal and external restoration. It is not part of Roger's collection but is making use of free workshop space currently available.
Photo taken Sunday 6 September 2015, at a private site near Coventry, with special permission
174. NLE603
London Transport (Country area) RF603, NLE603
Photo taken August 1959, Epping
175. NNB239
Manchester 4429, NNB239, one of eighty Daimler CVG6Ks with Metro Cammell H32/28R bodies delivered in 1953/4, seen here in Parker Street, was the first Manchester bus to be spray painted, being so treated in February 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 19 January 1958, Parker Street
176. THA95
BMMO D7 4095, THA95, a 1953 build with Met-Cam 63 seat body in Fisher Street Bus Station, Dudley, with the Castle in the background. D17 was a local Dudley service. I would imagine this scene would be hard to reproduce today!
Photo taken August 1968, Fisher Street Bus Station, Dudley
177. DCP849
Halifax 290, DCP849, a Daimler CVG6 dating from 1954 with Metro Cammell H33/26R body seen passing Crossfield Bus Station.
Photo taken Monday 29 April 1957, Broad Street, passing Crossfield Bus Station
178. GTY169
Leyland PD2/12 GTY169, new in 1954, with a Metro-Cammell H32/26R body had been acquired by Ledgard, Armley from Tyneside 39 in September 1966 and is seen leaving Otley Garage.
Photo taken Saturday 7 October 1967, Otley Garage
179. GTY175
Northern DT2, GTY175, was a former Tyneside Leyland PD2/12 with an Metro Cammell body, new in 1954, still sporting its green livery.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 April 1972, Dundas Street, Sunderland
180. HJN844
Former Southend Corporation PD2 284, HJN844, seen here with AA of Ayr in 1970
Photo taken Wednesday 5 August 1970, Irvine
181. LFS406
Edinburgh 406, LFS406, and 756, NSF756, were both Metro Cammell-bodied Leyland PD2/20's, dating from 1954 and 1956 respectively.
Photo taken 1965, Leith Walk/London Road roundabout, Edinburgh
182. LFS409
Davies, Tredegar LFS409 was an ex-Edinburgh Leyland PD2/20 with Metro-Cammell H33/29R body new in 1954 which is seen in Merthyr.
Photo taken Friday 30 July 1971, Merthyr
183. LFS415
A1 Service, Ardrossan, LFS415, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 built in 1954 with Metro-Cammell H33/29R bodywork. This had been new as Edinburgh Corporation 415 and was owned by Steele in the A1 group. Note the "Royal Tiger" on the radiator cover.
Photo taken June 1971, Parkhouse Stance, Ardrossan
184. LFS420
Edinburgh Corporation 420, LFS420, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 built in 1954 with Metro-Cammell H33/29R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1970, Princes Street, Edinburgh
185. LFS450
Queensway, Liverpool LFS450, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 with Metro Cammell highbridge body, new to Edinburgh Corporation (450) in 1954.
Photo taken Spring 1971, Clifton Drive, Lytham St. Anne's
186. LFS454
As Glen Tours at Baildon has been having a bit of coverage on SCT61 I thought I would make my contribution. This is ex-Edinburgh Leyland Titan PD2/20 LFS454 with a Metro-cammell Orion body and had not been with Glen long at the time of this photo.
Photo taken Monday 2 November 1970, Otley Road, Shipley
187. LFS460
Cream Line, Tonmawr LFS460, a Leyland PD2/20 new in 1954 with a Metro Cammell H33/27R body upseated to H34/29R in 1959, was acquired in November 1970 from Edinburgh where it had been number 460.
Photo taken Tuesday 3 August 1971, Garage, Tonmawr
188. LFS465
Contrasting Metro-Cammell bodywork on Leyland PD2s with Cunningham's Bus Service, Paisley: LFS465 with a BMMO tin-front and rear platform was ex-Edinburgh Corporation 465 while MCP225 with an exposed radiator and forward entrance came fron Halifax via Smith & May, Benfleet.
Photo taken February 1975, Cunningham Garage, Underwood Road, Paisley
189. LFS487
Tayside Regional Council 3, LFS487, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 built in 1954 with Metro-Cammell H33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Dundee Depot
190. LOG302
Former Birmingham Corporation 3002, LOG302, is a 1954 Daimler CL5 with Metro-Cammell H30/25R body, restored to full livery complete with the "Forward" City Coat of Arms.
Photo taken Sunday 28 November 2010, Original AMRTM at Witton
191. MLL765
Green Line RF228, MLL765, fighting its way around Marble Arch en-route to Dorking.
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, Oxford Street/Park Lane, London Marble Arch
192. NNB223
Manchester 4413, NNB223, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H32/28R body, new in 1954
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
193. NNB239
"Manchester" 4429, NNB239, a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H32/28R body seen in Piccadilly, Manchester.
Photo taken Thursday 13 August 1970, Piccadilly, Manchester
194. NNB254
SELNEC Central 4444, NNB254, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H32/28R body, new to Manchester C.T. (4444) in 1954.
Photo taken 1972/73, Piccadilly, Manchester
195. NNB256
Manchester 4446, NNB256, Daimler CVG6K - Metro Cammell H32/28R. This was one of a batch of 90, the last ten of which had lightweight Metro Cammell Orion bodies. They were the first Manchester buses with concealed radiators and all passed to Selnec in 1969.
Photo taken Thursday 18 August 1955, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
196. NNB261
SELNEC Central 4451, NNB261, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H32/28R body, new to Manchester C.T. (4451) in 1954.
Photo taken 1972/73, Piccadilly, Manchester
197. NNB264
Unusual working in Manchester Piccadilly with traffic in both directions on the left of the board due to road works. Traffic on the left would be to/from London Road whilst on the right would be to Portland Street. 4454, NNB264, a 1954 Metro Cammell H32/28R bodied Daimler CVG6 passes on its way to Southern Cemetery.
Photo taken Sunday 16 February 1958, Piccadilly, Manchester
198. NNB272
Former Manchester 4462, NNB272, a Daimler CVG6 built in 1954 with Metro-Cammell H32/28R bodywork.
Photo taken October 1972, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
199. NNB284
Manchester 4474, NNB284, Daimler CVG6K - Metro Cammell H32/28R at Stockport (Hazel Grove) on the route thence to Manchester (Picaddilly) operated jointly with Stockport Corporation. A Standard Vanguard passes by and a Burlingham bodied half-cab coach creeps into the background. New in 1954 this bus passed to Selnec in 1969 along with the other eighty-nine in the batch.
Photo taken Thursday 10 October 1957, London Road, Hazel Grove, Stockport
200. NNB296
Manchester 4486, NNB296, on Portland Street on 8th August 1970 on a 63 to Altrincham. This small batch of ten Daimlers were Manchester's first Orion body variants.
Photo taken Saturday 8 August 1970, Portland Street, Manchester
201. RKP915
Maidstone and District DH434, RKP915, a 1954 Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro-Cammell H58RD body, seen in Brighton en-route for Tunbridge Wells
Photo taken Sunday 12 April 1964, Old Steine, Brighton
202. RRR105
New in 1954 as East Midland D105, RRR105 was a Leyland PD2/20 with a Metro-Cammell L27/28R body. It was acquired by Stonier, Goldenhill in January 1967 and became number 15.
Photo taken Sunday 20 June 1971, High Street, Goldenhill
203. TDH770
Walsall 823, TDH770, with a Metro Cammell H32/28R body was one of four lightweight vehicles purchased in 1954 for performance comparison purposes. The other three were:- two Daimler CVG5s, 400 and 821(7' 6" and 8' 0"), and an 8' 0" wide A.E.C. Regent V, 822, having a synchromesh gearbox and an AV470 engine. Originally recorded as a Leyland PD2/14 (pre-selector), and later referred to as a "semi-automatic", TDH770 was recorded by Leyland as a PD2/20. It had been exhibited at the 1954 Commercial Motor Show where it was described as a "PD2/20 series" model, as also was Newcastle 351, UTN 851, which had a pneumocyclic gearbox. These two seem to have had the specification which was later offered as the PD2/24.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Anson Street, Rugeley
204. TDH770
The fourth of the trial vehicles bought by Walsall Corporation in 1954 was 823, TDH770, which had a Metro Cammell H32/28R body and was classified as a Leyland PD2/20 but had a pneumocyclic gearbox and was a forerunner of the later catalogued PD2/24 model.
Photo taken Sunday 13 April 1969, Walsall
205. THA114
Midland Red 4114, THA114, seen in Shrewsbury Bus Station carried a Metro Cammell H37/26RD body. It was a B.M.M.O. D7 new in 1954 when it seated 32/26, being upseated in 1955.
Photo taken Friday 6 August 1971, Shrewsbury Bus Station
206. TNW757
1954 saw the introduction into the Leeds fleet of five A.E.C. 9613E Regent IIIs with Metro Cammell Orion H33/25R bodies and 757, TNW757, is seen in Shaw Lane at Headingley on the service from Harehills to Stanningley.
Photo taken Sunday 22 May 1955, Shaw Lane, Headingley
207. TNW758
Leeds City Transport 758, TNW758, an AEC Regent III with Metro-Cammell H33/25R body, new in 1954 and behind, 863, one of the last narrow, short Roe-bodied Regent Vs of 1957.
Photo taken 1968, Hyde Park Terminus
208. TNW759
Leeds 759, TNW759, an AEC Regent III with Metro-Cammell H33/25R body, new in 1954
Photo taken Monday 9 August 1965, in front of the Quarry Hill Flats, outside Leeds Central Bus Station
209. UTF930
Yorkshire Woollen District 54, UTF930, was a former Leyland Motors demonstrator PD2/20 with an Metro Cammell H34/29R body of 1954, and purchased by YWD in 1957.
Photo taken 1969, Longcauseway/Vicarage Road, Dewsbury
210. UTF930
Yorkshire Woollen District 54, UTF930, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 with Metro-Cammell H34/29R body. New in 1954 as a Leyland demonstrator, it was acquired by YWD in 1956 and numbered 773, being renumbered 54 in 1970 but was withdrawn the same year. It passed to North's, the dealer in early 1971 who resold it the following month for scrap.
Photo taken Summer 1970, Savile Town Depot, Dewsbury
211. UTF930
Leyland PD2/20 UTF930, with a Metro-Cammell H34/29R body had been new in 1954 as a demonstrator for Leyland Motors. It was acquired by Yorkshire Woollen District, Dewsbury in 1956, and numbered 773.
Photo taken Saturday 9 June 1956, Sovereign Street, Leeds
212. DYJ433
Dundee Corporation 172, DYJ433, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H32/28R bodywork, new to the Corporation in 1955.
Photo taken c. 1973, Dock Street
213. ETS964
Tayside Regional Council 69, ETS964, a Daimler CVG6DD built in 1955 with Metro-Cammell H36/28R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Dundee Depot
214. FT9005
Tynemouth 205, FT9005, a 1955 Metro Cammell Orion bodied Guy Arab IV, with as Ronnie H. eludes to "more rattles than Mothercare".
Photo taken 1960s, Bus Park at the back of Northumberland Square, North Shields
215. GWH506
Davies, Tredegar GWH506 was an ex-Bolton Leyland PD2/13 with Metro-Cammell H31/27R body new in 1955 and is seen in Merthyr.
Photo taken Friday 30 July 1971, Merthyr
216. HCK464
North Western Training Bus T1, HCK464, a Leyland Titan PD2/13 with Metro-Cammell H33/28RD body, new in 1955 to Ribble as its 1383.
Photo taken late 1971, North Western Depot, Charles Street, Stockport
217. HCK466
Ribble bought large numbers of Metro Cammell group bodied Leyland Titans in the nineteen fifties. Seen in Wigan in the hot summer of 1976 is the former 1385, HCK466, a 1955 Leyland Titan PD2/13 with Metro Cammell bodywork. When photographed the bus was TU2 in Ribble's ancillary fleet.
Photo taken Tuesday 13 July 1976, Wigan Bus Station
218. HCK473
Ribble 1413, HCK473, a Leyland Titan PD2/13 with Metro-Cammell H33/28R body, new in 1955, and 702, SCK867, a Leyland Leopard PSU3/3R with Duple Continental C40Ft body, new in 1962.
Photo taken 1972, Morecambe Depot Yard
219. HCK476
Former Ribble 1416 and 1389 (HCK476, HRN29), Leyland Titan PD2/13's with Metro-Cammell Orion H33/28R (1416) or H33/28RD (1389) bodies, new in 1955.
Photo taken November 1970, Premises of North's (dealer), Sherburn-in-Elmet
220. HCK477
New in 1955 and withdrawn in 1969, Ribble 1417, HCK477, was a Leyland PD2/13 with a Metro-Cammell H33/28R body. It was one of forty-five new in 1955, twenty-five of which, 1381-1405, were fitted with platform doors whilst 1406-1430 had open platforms.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, Carlisle Bus Station
221. HRN31
Ribble TU4, HRN31, a Leyland Titan PD2/13 / Metro Cammell H33/28RD, previously 1391, new in 1955.
Photo taken Saturday 6 September 1980, Ribble Morecambe Depot Yard
222. HRN487
Seen outside the garage, in Deepdale Road, are Preston 43, ECK503, and 81, HRN487, in two experimental versions of the new livery, neither of which were adopted.
Photo taken Sunday 10 September 1967, Preston Garage, Deepdale Road
223. HRN488
Preston Corporation Leylands 82, HRN488, a PD2/10 with Metro-Cammell H62R body built in 1955 alongside 109, DRN292, a PD2/1 with Leyland 56 seat body built 5 years earlier.
Photo taken Birley Street, Preston
224. KEA183
New in 1955, KEA183 was West Bromwich 183 and was a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H32/26R body, one of ten new that year.
Photo taken Sunday 13 April 1969, Oak Lane Garage, West Bromwich
225. LRV992
Preserved ex Portsmouth No.2, LRV992 is a 1955 Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro Cammell O33/26R bodywork. This vehicle was converted from No.100 in the early 70's as a replacement for the 1935 TD4's.
Photo taken Sunday 31 July 2005, Marine Parade, Worthing
226. LRV996
As well the link to The Hard for the Southdown Centenary Rally, a sea front service of open toppers ran to Eastney Caravan Park. Portsmouth PD2 4, LRV996, stands at the terminus at Eastney.
Photo taken Sunday 7 June 2015, Southdown Centenary Rally, Eastney
227. LWS503
Edinburgh Corporation 503, LWS503, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 built in 1955 with Metro-Cammell H34/29R bodywork.
Photo taken August 1974, High Street, Edinburgh
228. LWS511
Tayside Regional Council 6, LWS511, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 built in 1955 with Metro-Cammell H34/29R bodywork. Painted in the new livery for the Regional Council, this had been Edinburgh Corporation 511.
Photo taken July 1977, Panmure Street, Dundee
229. PND498
Manchester 4498, PND498, Daimler CVG5K / Metro Cammell H36/28R in Piccadilly Bus Station. Twenty Orion bodied Daimlers were delivered in 1955 and here 4498 is seen when two months old operating on route 12 to Flixton, a service operated jointly with North Western Road Car Co.
Photo taken Thursday 18 August 1955, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
230. PUP546
Sunderland District 274, PUP546, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 from 1955 with Metro-Cammell Orion H30/26R bodywork.
Photo taken April 1968, Cowan Terrace, near Park Lane Bus Station, Sunderland
231. PUP548
Northern General DT6, PUP548, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 built in 1955 with Metro-Cammell H30/26R bodywork.
Photo taken September 1970, Consett
232. RRR105
East Midland D105, RRR105, was a Leyland PD2/20 with Metro Cammell L27/28R body new in 1955 and still carried the old livery of chrome yellow, cream and chocolate when seen at Glasgow Paddocks Bus Station in Doncaster.
Photo taken Friday 19 April 1957, Glasgow Paddocks Bus Station, Doncaster
233. RRR105
Stonier 15, RRR105, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 built 1955 with Metro-Cammell L27/28RD bodywork.
Photo taken May 1968, Hanley Bus Station
234. RRR96
Three assorted Leyland PD2's at the premises of Whippet, Hilton, from left to right, RRR96 is a PD2/20 with Metro Cammell Orion L27/28R body, new to East Midland (D96) in 1955, acquired in 1966 and sold to a local breaker in 1971, FRC956 is a PD2/12 with Leyland H32/26RD body, new to Trent (1256) in 1954 and KCH106 is a PD2/12 with Metro Cammell Orion H33/26RD body, new to Trent (1006) in 1957.
Photo taken Friday 10 July 1970, Whippet's Garage, Hilton
235. RRR97
RRR97 was a Leyland PD2/20 with Metro-Cammell L55RD body, new to East Midland as their D97 in 1955.
236. RWK186
Coventry 186 RWK186, one of fifty buses new in 1955/6 is seen in Pool Meadow. It was a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H33/27R body, this being one of those which entered service in 1955.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Pool Meadow
237. SKB168
Liverpool City Transport XL171, SKB168, a 1955 registered Leyland PSU1/13 'Royal Tiger' with Metro-Cammell one and a half deck airport-style coach body seen outside Lime Street Station in Skelhorne Street.
Photo taken Thursday 1 September 1966, Skelhorne Street, Liverpool
238. UUA217
Leeds bought 20 Leyland Titan PD2/11 in 1955; fifteen carried Roe bodywork but the final five had Metro Cammell Orion bodies. 217, UUA217, waits to depart for Pudsey from the central bus station Leeds.
Photo taken Friday 23 August 1968, Leeds Central Bus Station
239. UUA217
Seen operating an extra service from Briggate to Roundhay Park on tram route 3 is Leeds 217, UUA217, a Leyland PD2/11 with a Metro-Cammell H33/25R body new in 1955. The passengers have been waiting in the barriers in the centre of the road where they would normally board the tram by the front (offside) entrance.
Photo taken Briggate
240. UUA217
On its first day in service, Leeds 217, UUA217, was caught at the Bramley Station stop in Stanningley Road. It was one of five Leyland PD2/11s which had Metro Cammell Orion H33/25R bodies.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 June 1955, Stanningley Road, Leeds
241. UUA217
Metro Cammell supplied only token deliveries to the Leeds fleet and 217, UUA217, was one of five Leyland PD2/11s with H33/25R bodies new in 1955.
Photo taken Sunday 11 September 1955, Leeds
242. UUA218
Leeds 218, UUA218, a Leyland PD2/11 with Metro-Cammell H33/25R body new in 1955
Photo taken Monday 9 August 1965, in front of the Quarry Hill Flats, outside Leeds Central Bus Station
243. UUA218
Leeds City Transport 218, UUA218, was a Leyland PD2/11 with Metro Cammell H33/25R body, new in 1955.
Photo taken 1961, King Lane, Moortown
244. UUA218
Leeds driver trainer 9, UUA218, seen here in a damp Leeds bus station was originally 218 in the passenger fleet. It is a Leyland Titan PD2/11 of 1955 one of twenty bought by Leeds in that year of which five had Metro Cammell bodywork like 218.
Photo taken Wednesday 13 March 1974, Leeds Central Bus Station
245. UUA219
Seen at the Half Mile Lane terminus of route 14 on its first day in service is Leeds 219, UUA219, one of the five Leyland PD2/11s which had Metro Cammell Orion H33/25R bodies.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 June 1955, Half Mile Lane, Leeds
246. UUA220
In addition to running on the 14 service to Half Mile Lane, the Leyland PD2/11s were used on the 69/70 services and 220, UUA220, the last of five with Metro Cammell H33/25R bodies is seen in Leeds Bus Station preparing to work a trip to Moortown.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 1955, Leeds Bus Station
247. XTC684
Buckmaster, Leighton Buzzard acquired XTC684 in July 1958 from the Scottish Bus Group who had taken over Lowland Motorways, Glasgow in January 1958. Lowland had acquired it in March 1957 after demonstration work. This was the second prototype of what was later to become the Leyland Atlantean and was a PDR1 model with Metro Cammell H37/24RD bodywork new in 1955.
Photo taken Sunday 16 October 1966
248. XTC684
A second interior shot of Buckmaster, Leighton Buzzard XTC684 acquired in July 1958 from the Scottish Bus Group who had taken over Lowland Motorways, Glasgow in January 1958. Lowland had acquired it in March 1957 after demonstration work. This was the second prototype of what was later to become the Leyland Atlantean and was a PDR1 model with Metro Cammell H37/24RD bodywork new in 1955. This view shows the lower saloon looking towards the platform with the engine housing visible and the luggage racks over the rear wheels. Note the unusual ceiling profile.
Photo taken Sunday 16 October 1966
249. XTC684
An interior view of the upper saloon looking to the rear of prototype Leyland PDR1 XTC684 which had been acquired in July 1958 by Buckmaster, Leighton Buzzard. This was the second prototype of what was later to become the Leyland Atlantean and was a PDR1 model with Metro Cammell H37/24RD bodywork new in 1955.
Photo taken Sunday 16 October 1966
250. 700AEH
Potteries MT H7700, 700AEH, a Leyland Titan PD3/2 built in 1956 with Metro-Cammell H41/33R bodywork. This bus was exhibited at the 1956 Commercial Motor Show.
Photo taken June 1969, Hassell Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme Bus Station
251. FCN733
Northern General 1733, FCN733, an A E C Reliance MU3RV built in 1956 with Metro-Cammell B44F bodywork.
Photo taken November 1969, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle Upon Tyne
252. FCN736
Seen at Marlborough Crescent Bus Station is Northern General 1736, FCN736, which was an A.E.C. MU3RV Reliance with a Metro Cammell B44F body, one of sixteen new in 1956.
Photo taken Friday 31 July 1959, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
253. FCN740
Northern General 1740, FCN740, was an AEC Reliance with an Metro Cammell B44F body dating from 1956.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 April 1972, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
254. JBN153
Preserved Bolton 77, JBN153, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro-Cammell H62R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken Sunday 17 May 2009, at Bolton Day, Manchester Museum of Transport
255. JBN156
Bolton 80, JBN156, was one of nine Leyland PD2/13s delivered in 1956 fitted with M.C.C.W. H33/27R bodies and is seen in the later livery in Moor Lane bus station in Bolton with one of the PBN batch of Leyland PD2/27s with M.C.C.W. FH35/27F bodies from 1961 in the brighter red livery behind and an East Lancs Atlantean in the background.
Photo taken Friday 6 August 1965, Moor Lane Bus Station
256. JCH257
Frazer, Fairlie (Clyde Coast Services) JCH257, had been new in May 1956 as Trent, Derby 1257, the first of a batch of ten, and was later numbered 747, passing to Clyde Coast in February 1967.
Photo taken Wednesday 5 August 1970, Winton Street, Saltcoats
257. JCH258
JCH258 Trent Leyland PD2 1258, JCH258, new in 1956 and sold to Frank Cowley November 1967.
Photo taken Trent Central Works, Utoxteter New Road Derby
258. JCH262
JCH262, a Leyland PD2/12 with a Metro-Cammell H33/26RD body, one of six acquired by Whippet, Hilton from Trent, Derby in 1968, is seen at the garage in Hilton.
Photo taken Sunday 5 September 1971, Whippet's Garage, Hilton
259. JRG217
Aberdeen 217, JRG217, a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H35/28R body seen at King Street Garage. It had been new in 1956 with H34/28R configuration, being reseated in 1968.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1970, King Street Garage, Aberdeen
260. JRN47
Ribble MS 1480, JRN47, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 built in 1956 with Metro-Cammell H33/28R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1970, Hotham Place Depot, Liverpool
261. JRN63
Ribble Motors 1490, JRN57, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 with a Metro-Cammell H61R body, built 1956.
Photo taken 1961/62, Fleetwood Railway Station
262. KCH110
Trent 767, KCH110, a Leyland PD2/12 with a Metro Cammell H33/26RD body seen in Derby was new in 1956.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1969, Derby Depot
263. LCO835
Plymouth City Transport 35, LCO835, was a Leyland PD2/12 with a Metro Cammell H30/26R body, new in January 1956, seen at the Plymouth Milehouse Garage.
Photo taken Sunday 19 May 1968, Milehouse Garage, Plymouth
264. LCO845
Former Plymouth City Transport No. 45, LCO845, is seen here in subsequent service with Advance Coaches (C.A.Whiteley Ltd.) of Maltby, West Yorkshire. It is a H30/26R Metro-Cammell bodied Leyland PD2.
Photo taken Saturday 20 February 1971, Depot, Maltby
265. LRV977
This photograph is a little misleading as at first sight the bus appears to be restored. In fact it's a testimony to quality of presentation and traditional style of Portsmouth's livery that make it look preserved. I believe the advert indicates its true role, which was a driver training vehicle. The preserved image is enhanced further by the fitment of an old Portsmouth blind dating from the era when motorbus services used letters.
Photo taken Sunday 25 July 1976, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
266. LRV983
Seen at The Hard is Portsmouth 91, LRV983, which was a Leyland PD2/12 with M.C.C.W. H30/26R body new in 1956.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, The Hard, Portsmouth
267. LRV988
Portsmouth City Transport Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro Cammell bodywork dates from 1956 delivered as 96, LRV988. The bus was converted to open top and renumbered 6 in 1971.
Photo taken Sunday 3 August 2008, Harrogate
268. LRV990
Another rear view capturing Portsmouth Leyland PD2/12 98, LRV990 built in 1956 with Metro-Cammell H56R body. Loading at Southsea with conductor on platform assisting. The amount of info on the bus stop plates is amazing. A Southdown coach is eager to get into picture!
Photo taken Saturday 31 July 1971, Esplanade, Southsea
269. LRV996
Preserved ex-Portsmouth City 4, LRV996, Leyland PD2/12 with Metro Cammell O59R body, new in 1955, originally number 104.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2005, Medstead Station
270. LWS537
Edinburgh famous "monsterous masses of shivering tin", to quote a city councillor of the nineteen fifties, had long lives. Two are seen here in Portobello; nearer the camera is 537, LWS537, while the driver clambers into the cab of slightly older 439, LFS439. Both buses are Leyland Titan PD2/20 with lightweight Metro Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 20 August 1972, Eastfield Terminus
271. LWS553
Edinburgh Corporation 553, LWS553, a Met Cam bodied Leyland PD2/20.
Photo taken Queen Street
272. LWS560
Edinburgh Corporation 560, LWS560, a Met Cam bodied Leyland PD2/20.
Photo taken Princes St./Waverley Bridge
273. LWS582
Edinburgh City Transport 582, LWS582, a Leyland Titan PD2 with Metro-Cammell H63R body
Photo taken July 1972, Princes Street
274. MCO658
Plymouth Citybus preserved Leyland Titan PD2 / Metro Cammell 358, MCO658, has been an open top bus in the fleet for many years, and worn a number of different liveries, but has somehow eluded us on this site.
Photo taken Sunday 10 July 2016, Poole Quay
275. MHJ921
Towards the end of their lives vehicles of second batch of Southend PD2s with Orion bodies were often used for driver training. Here 299, MHJ921, is in Rochford Road, near Warner’s Bridge, on this duty. It has had the glass of the via blind painted over, suggesting that it was by now a permanent training vehicle.
Photo taken c. 1970/1, Rochford Road, Southend
276. MHJ926
One of the second batch of Southend PD2s with Orion bodies, 304, MHJ926, from 1956, late in life enters Central Station approach on route 62. This was a route which was often worked by odd or older vehicles.
Photo taken c.1971, Central Station Approach, Southend
277. NSF714
Edinburgh 714, NSF714, a Leyland Titan PD2 with Metro-Cammell H63R body, new in 1956
Photo taken July 1972, Princes Street
278. NSF715
Edinburgh 715, NSF715, seen passing the exit from St. Andrew Square bus station, was a Leyland PD2/20 with a Metro Cammell H34/29R body.
Photo taken Sunday 1 August 1965, St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh
279. NSF723
Edinburgh 723, NSF723, was a Leyland PD2/20 with an Metro-Cammell H34/29R body of 1956.
Photo taken 1965, Leith Walk (Antigua St.)/London Road
280. NSF727
Edinburgh 727, NSF727, was a Leyland Titan PD2 with Metro-Cammell H63R body dating from 1956
Photo taken Wednesday 16 August 1972, York Place
281. NSF732
Edinburgh 732, NSF732, a Leyland PD2/20 with Metro-Cammell H34/29R bodywork which was new in 1956 stands in the sunshine at the Fairmilehead terminus of service 11.
Photo taken c. 1971, Swanston Drive, Fairmilehead
282. OFS770
Edinburgh 770, OFS770, a Leyland PD2/20 with a Metro-Cammell H34/29R body, was new in December 1956 and is seen in Edinburgh.
Photo taken Thursday 23 July 1959, Randolph Place, Edinburgh
283. PND420
Former Manchester Corporation 3420, PND420, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro-Cammell Orion H36/30R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken 1973, Ashton Bus Station
284. PND443
Manchester 3443, PND443, seen in George Street, Manchester was a Leyland PD2/12 with a Metro-Cammell H36/28R body.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 January 1958, George Street, Manchester
285. PND445
Manchester 3445, PND445, Leyland PD2/12 - Metro Cammell H36/28R in Rochdale on the service from Manchester (Stevenson Square) operated jointly with Rochdale. Just four months old when this was taken, 3445 was from the batch of 60 Orion bodied vehicles delivered in 1956, all surviving to pass to Selnec in 1969.
Photo taken Sunday 14 October 1956, Packer Street, Rochdale
286. PND454
Manchester 3454, PND454, Leyland PD2/12 with Metro Cammell H36/28R body in Piccadilly Bus Station. Although the Daimlers delivered in 1954/5 had concealed radiators, Leyland continued to offer exposed radiators preferred by Manchester who took a batch of 60 in 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 2 November 1957, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
287. PND460
Manchester dual sourced from Leyland and Daimler in the fifties and sixties. Seen here are 4632, 4632VM, a 1963 Metro-Cammell bodied Daimler CVG6, one of Manchester's last batch of rear entrance Daimlers and 3460, PND460, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro-Cammell body dating from 1956.
Photo taken 1996, Huddersfield
288. RMJ145
Luton 145, RMJ145, a Leyland PD2/22 with Metro-Cammell L27/28R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken c. 1970, Library Road, Luton
289. RWK188
RWK188 was Coventry Corporation 188 and was a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H33/27R body new in 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 28 October 1967, Pool Meadow
290. SKB170
Former Liverpool C.T. XL173, SKB170, a Leyland Royal Tiger PSU1/13 originally new in 1956 fitted with Crossley B40F body, but rebuilt by Metro-Cammell as an RC23/21F one-and-a-half-decker airport coach in 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 18 August 1974, Southport
291. SKV212
Coventry 212, SKV212, new in 1956 was one of fifty buses new in 1955/6 which is seen in Pool Meadow. It was a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H33/27R body.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Pool Meadow
292. TTT780
Stevenson, Spath, 05 TTT780, an A E C Regent V MD3RV built in 1956 with Metro-Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken June 1981, Spath
293. TTT781
Still in active service with Tony Blackman's Yorkshire Heritage bus is this former Devon General AEC Regent V MD3RV with Metro Cammell H33/26RD bodywork which dates from 1956. When in the Devon General fleet it was DR781, TTT781.
Photo taken Sunday 20 August 2017, York Street, Leeds
294. UNN111
Acquired from East Midland D111 in 1968, UNN111 became West Mon 11. The Leyland PD2/21 chassis carried Metro-Cammell L31/28RD bodywork and dated from 1956.
Photo taken Sunday 7 September 1969, Depot Yard, Blackwood
295. URR346
URR346, Silcox, Pembroke Dock 78, was a Leyland PSUC1/1 Tiger Cub with a Metro-Cammell B44F body which had been new in December 1956 as East Midland R346.
Photo taken Friday 3 July 1970, Gas Lane, Tenby
296. URR349
Silcox, Pembroke Dock 79, URR349, was the second of a pair of Leyland PSUC1/1 Tiger Cubs acquired from East Midland where it had been new in December 1956 with a Metro-Cammell B44F body.
Photo taken Friday 3 July 1970, Gas Lane, Tenby
297. URR355
Calderdale JOC 339, URR355, was a Leyland Tiger Cub with an Metro-Cammell B44F body of 1956, being formerly East Midlands 355.
Photo taken September 1971, Halifax Road, Millwood, Todmorden
298. VUG536
Leeds 536, VUG536, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H33/28R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken Monday 9 August 1965, in front of the Quarry Hill Flats, outside Leeds Central Bus Station
299. VUG539
After the Beeston tram route closed on 19th November 1955, a bus service was introduced between Corn Exchange and Beeston. This was replaced in March 1956 by Route 1 from Beeston to Lawnswood after the closure of the Lawnswood tram service on 3rd March 1956. Seen at the Beeston terminus, in Town Street, on the last day of route 5 from Beeston is Leeds 539, VUG539, a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H33/28R body new in January 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 3 March 1956, Town Street, Beeston, Leeds
300. VUG546
On the first day of route 1 from Beeston to Lawnswood, buses were diverted due to tram track removal in City Square and Leeds 546, VUG546, a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H33/28R body is seen in Albion Street on the diversion from Neville Street via Bishopsgate Street, Mill Hill, Boar Lane, Albion Street and Bond Street to reach its normal line of route in Park Row.
Photo taken Sunday 4 March 1956, Albion Street, Leeds
301. VUG546
Leeds 546, VUG546, a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro Cammell H33/28R body is seen in Leeds Central Bus Station seemingly having performed a rare working on route 77 from Bramley Town End.
Photo taken Saturday 23 March 1957, Leeds Central Bus Station
302. VUG547
Leeds City Transport 547, VUG547, was a Daimler CVG6 with Metro Cammell H33/28R body of 1956.
Photo taken 1966, Colton Village
303. XHA525
Midland Red 4525, XHA525, was one of their large fleet of Metro-Cammell bodied D7's.
Photo taken 1960, Regent Street, Hinckley
304. XHA540
Midland Red 4540, XHA540, was a B.M.M.O. D7 with a Metro Cammell H37/26R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 17 June 1967, Hereford Bus Station
305. XHA550
Midland Red 4550, XHA550, was one of their large fleet of Metro-Cammell bodied D7's introduced from 1953 until 1957.
Photo taken 1970, Birmingham
306. XMD47A
Big Bus open-topper Leyland PD2/12 XMD47A, believed to be originally Trent KCH106, new in 1956 with an Metro Cammell H33/26RD body which came to Big Bus via Grey Green.
Photo taken Tuesday 6 July 2004, London Victoria Station
307. XVT649
Potteries, Stoke H6649, XVT649, was a Daimler CVG5 with a Metro Cammell H35/28RD body, new in September 1956. It was later fitted with a Gardner 6LW engine.
Photo taken Sunday 23 August 1964
308. XVT653
Potteries MT H6653, XVT653, a Daimler CVG5 built in 1956 with Metro-Cammell H35/28RD bodywork.
Photo taken March 1968, Hassell Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme Bus Station
309. YTD878
Former Lancashire United Transport 577, YTD878, a Daimler CVG5K with Metro Cammell Group Orion H33/28R body. New in 1956 and licenced to the South Lancashire Tramways subsidiary, though always carrying the LUT identity, this batch of 24 passed officially into the LUT fleet on the winding up of the SLT trolleybus system in 1958. Withdrawn in 1970 it is seen in North's yard at Sherburn-in Elmet shortly afterwards.
Photo taken late 1970, North's Yard, Sherburn-in-Elmet
310. 701AEH
701AEH, new in 1957 as PMT 701, a Leyland PD3/4 with Metro-Cammell H68FD body, anyone able to give me any more details about this vehicle which has obviously seen better days.
Photo taken Saturday 11 May 2013, Bishops Lydeard
311. 701AEH
Leyland PD3/Metro-Cammell new in 1957 as Potteries Motor Traction H701, 701AEH, here with Sundecker, run as open topper and presumably en route for the North Cape.
Photo taken August 1985, Stockholm, Sweden
312. 704AEH
Former PMT H704, 704AEH, a 1957 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro Cammell body is seen after sale to Berresfords of Cheddleton.
Photo taken 1976, Berresford's Garage, near Cheddleton, Staffs
313. 704AEH
Berresford's, Cheddleton 704AEH, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro-Cammell H37/31F body, new to PMT (H704) in 1957.
Photo taken Winter 1975/76, Berresford's Garage, Cheddleton, Staffs
314. 704AEH
Berresfords purchased a pair of 1957 Metro Cammell H37/31F bodied Leyland PD3/4 from Potteries in 1973. One of them was former Potteries 704, 704AEH seen here in the yard at Cheddleton in May 1981.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1981, Berresfords Depot, near Cheddleton
315. 705AEH
Potteries H705, 705AEH, a 1957 Metro Cammell H37/31F bodied Leyland PD3/4 appeared on the service to Manchester and was laying over in a side street before returning to Newcastle.
Photo taken Monday 18 May 1959, Whitworth Street West, Manchester
316. 707AEH
Potteries MT H707, 707AEH, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1957 with Metro-Cammell H37/31F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1969, Hassell Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme Bus Station
317. 708AEH
Potteries MT H708, 708AEH, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 of 1957 with Metro-Cammell H37/31F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1968, Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme
318. 708AEH
New in September 1957, Potteries H708, 708AEH, was a Leyland PD3/4 with a Metro Cammell H37/31F body seen at the garage at Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Photo taken Sunday 23 August 1964, Newcastle-under-Lyme Garage
319. 747BHA
A Midland Red D7 seen in Shrewsbury bus station. 4747, 747BHA, dating from 1957 had a Metro-Cammell H37/26RD body.
Photo taken Friday 6 August 1971, Shrewsbury Bus Station
320. EHF392
Wallasey 43, EHF392, was seen on an Omnibus Touring Circle weekend visit, and was a Leyland PD2/10 which had been new in 1957, as number 8, with the 1948 Burlingham C29F body from 8, HF5250, a Leyland TD4c which had been new in 1936 with an English Electric H27/21D body, and which had been fitted with the Burlingham coach body in 1947.
Photo taken Saturday 9 September 1967, Wallasey
321. KCH100
Whippet, Hilton KCH100, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro Cammell Orion H59RD body. Originally Trent's 1000, new in 1957.
Photo taken September 1969, Great Whyte, Ramsey
322. KCH101
Two Cunninghams PD2s, on the left former Trent Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro Cammell body KCH101, of 1957 alongside former Edinburgh Leyland Titan PD2/20 also with Metro Cammell body, LFS466.
Photo taken October 1971, Cunninghams Depot Yard, Paisley
323. KCH106
Three assorted Leyland PD2's at the premises of Whippet, Hilton, from left to right, RRR96 is a PD2/20 with Metro Cammell Orion L27/28R body, new to East Midland (D96) in 1955, acquired in 1966 and sold to a local breaker in 1971, FRC956 is a PD2/12 with Leyland H32/26RD body, new to Trent (1256) in 1954 and KCH106 is a PD2/12 with Metro Cammell Orion H33/26RD body, new to Trent (1006) in 1957.
Photo taken Friday 10 July 1970, Whippet's Garage, Hilton
324. KCH106
To add to the saga of the former Trent PD2's, and the mis identification of one in particular, here is a picture of KCH106 which I believe at the time had recently been converted to open top by Grey Green.
Photo taken Saturday 23 June 1979, Hillingdon Bus Rally
325. KCH115
Cunningham of Paisley were one of the operators of the Paisley-Renfrew Ferry service and seen at the Renfrew terminus is former Trent Metro Cammell bodied Leyland Titan PD2/12 KCH115, new in 1957 and bought by Cunningham in 1969.
Photo taken Thursday 21 October 1971, Renfrew Ferry Terminus
326. KCH115
KCH115, a Trent Leyland PD2 with Metro-Cammell highbridge body new in 1957, fleet number 1015 renumbered in June 1962 to 772.
Photo taken Mid 1960's, Nottingham Area
327. KCH121
Trent 1021, KCH121, a 1957 Leyland PD2/12 with part of an Metro-Cammell body seen after an altercation with a low bridge in the Nottingham area in late 1968.
Photo taken November 1968, Meadow Road Derby
328. KCH127
Trent 1027, KCH127, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro Cammell Orion H59RD body, new in 1957. It later operated with Erewash Travel retaining its Trent livery. Seen in Huntingdon Street Bus Station, Nottingham - a haven for bus enthusiasts in its day.
Photo taken Spring 1970, Huntingdon Street Bus Station, Nottingham
329. KWH575
SELNEC (Northern) ex-Bolton Corporation 95, KWH575, a Daimler CVG6K with Metro Cammell H34/28R body, new in 1957.
Photo taken July 1970, Bolton Depot
330. LFV309
Lytham St. Annes Corporation 74, LFV309, a Leyland Titan PD2/21 with Metro Cammell full-fronted highbridge body, which had been new to neighbouring Blackpool Corporation as its 309. The bus passed to the Corporation's successor Fylde Borough Transport when it was converted to a training bus and renumbered T74. Featuring the four-bay version of the Orion body, and rather long looking upper deck rear side windows.
Photo taken Spring 1971, St Annes Square, Lytham
331. NTH33
South Wales acquired NTH33 from James, Ammanford in 1962. It was a Leyland PD2/12 with Met-Cam L31/28RD body new in 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 7 September 1969, Ravenhill Depot, Swansea
332. OFS763
Edinburgh 763, OFS763, was a Leyland Titan PD2/20 with an Metro Cammell Orion body of 1957. Behind is 734, NSF734, from the 1956 batch.
Photo taken 1965, Craighall Road, Newhaven
333. OFS777
Edinburgh City Transport 777, OFS777, a 1957 Leyland Titan PD2/20 with Metro-Cammell H34/29F bodywork at the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum Open Day at Lathalmond
Photo taken Sunday 19 May 2019, Scottish Vintage Bus Museum, Lathalmond
334. SEA200
West Bromwich 200, SEA200, was one of twelve Daimler CVG6s with Metro Cammell H37/26R bodies new in 1957 which is seen at the Oak Lane garage.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Oak Lane Garage, West Bromwich
335. SEA208
Seen at the Oak Lane garage is West Bromwich 208, SEA208, one of twelve Daimler CVG6s with Metro Cammell H37/26R bodies new in 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Oak Lane Garage, West Bromwich
336. SUK3
SUK3 is a Guy Arab IV with Meadows engine and Metro-Cammell 60 seater body normally seen in the exhibition hall at Wythall transport museum, but although not in service was allowed outside. Wolverhampton buses passed to West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive in 1969.
Photo taken Monday 17 April 2017, Wythall Transport Museum
337. VDV812
Former Devon General DR819, VDV812, an AEC Regent V MD3RV with Metro Cammell Orion body, new in 1957, passing to Western National in 1971 and withdrawn the same year. Alongside is former Cumberland Motor Services 262, HRM682, a Leyland Titan PD2/1 with Leyland L27/26R body, new in 1949.
Photo taken June 1971, North's Yard, Sherburn-in-Elmet
338. VDV817
Line up of Devon General vehicles seen at Exeter bus station, complete with various advertisements. The rearmost is VDV817, a AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell H33/26R body
Photo taken Sunday 13 November 2011, Exeter Bus & Coach Station
339. VDV817
Preserved Devon General DR817, VDV817, a 1957 AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell H59R bodywork. photographed at the annual open day of the West of England Transport Collection
Photo taken Sunday 6 October 2013, Winkleigh
340. VKB792
Liverpool A194, VKB792, new in January 1957, was an A.E.C. D3RV Regent V with a Metro Cammell H33/29R body and was one of sixty-five, VKB766 - VKB830, delivered during 1956 - 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 9 September 1967, Water Street, Liverpool
341. VKB797
Liverpool A199, VKB797, an AEC Regent V D3RV built in 1957 with Metro-Cammell H33/29R bodywork.
Photo taken March 1970, Mann Island, Liverpool
342. VKB871
Liverpool Corporation A238, VKB871, an A E C Regent V D3RV built in 1957 with Metro-Cammell H33/29R bodywork.
Photo taken April 1970, Mann Island, Liverpool
343. VKB900
Liverpool developed a very idiocyncratic approach to bus design after the second world war and bought many batches of buses to their own specification rather than the chassis or body builders standard offerings. In 1957-58, sixty AEC Regent V D3RV with Metro Cammell body were bought. A267, VKB900, shows off the Liverpool interpretation of the AEC grille and its built up sidelight well in this shot taken at the Lancaster 75th anniversary celbrations in 1978.
Photo taken 1978, Hornsea Pottery, Lancaster
344. VKB900
Liverpool A267, VKB900, an AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell body delivered to Liverpool in September 1957, seen here at the junction of Mann Island & George's Dockway, Liverpool on Sunday 19 July 2015, providing a free shuttle service to the Speke Hall Vintage Festival organised by the Merseyside Transport Trust.
Photo taken Sunday 19 July 2015, Mann Island/George's Dockway, Liverpool
345. VKB900
Interior shot of Liverpool A267, VKB900, a 1957 AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell H33/29R bodywork, seen here in Liverpool whilst running a free shuttle service to the Speke Hall Vintage Festival, organised by the Merseyside Transport Trust.
Photo taken Sunday 19 July 2015, Mann Island/George's Dockway, Liverpool
346. VMN664
Douglas 72, VMN664, an AEC Regent V D2RA built in 1957 with Metro-Cammell H30/26R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Douglas Bus Station, Isle of Man
347.
An unidentified former Plymouth C.T. Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro Cammell body seen being given an airing at Winkleigh in early 1974. It is most likely OCO502, although it could be MCO669.
Photo taken early 1974, WETC, Winkleigh, Devon
348. 10ATO
Nottingham Corporation Orion bodied PD2/40 10, 10ATO, at Parliament Street Depot. This was later to become Southend playbus Lulu.
Photo taken rear of Parliament Street depot, Manvers Street, Nottingham
349. 10ATO
Southend playbus Lulu at the Corporation Tunbridge Road Depot. This was an Orion bodied PD2/40, originally Nottingham Corporation 10, 10ATO.
Photo taken Tunbridge Road Works, Southend
350. 564FTF
Former Lancashire United Transport 647, 564FTF, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro Cammell H41/32R body, new in 1958 and latterly with Stevenson's of Uttoxeter.
Photo taken early 1980s, Burscough
351. 566FTF
Lancs United bought many Leyland Titans over the years the last ones came in 1958 and were Leyland Titan PD3/4s with Metro Cammell bodywork. After withdrawal by LUT in 1970 649, 566FTF, found further employment with Shaw Brothers of Byers Green. It is seen on a murky day in Spennymoor.
Photo taken 1974, Spennymoor Bus Station
352. 566FTF
Seen in Spennymoor is 566FTF, a Leyland PD3/4 with a Metro-Cammell H41/32R body which had been new as Lancashire United 649 in 1958. Shaw Bros., Byers Green acquired it in October 1970 and it passed to United in January 1975 but was not operated.
Photo taken Thursday 20 April 1972, Spennymoor Bus Station
353. 571FTF
Seen arriving down Olympic Way at Wembley is 571FTF, a Leyland PD3/4 with a Metro-Cammell H41/32R body originally number 654 in the Lancashire United fleet, but seen here with Ronsway, Hemel Hempstead.
Photo taken Saturday 1 June 1974, Wembley Stadium
354. 571FTF
A street view in 1962 of King Street, Leigh with the Lancashire United 654, 571FTF, on an 82 to Spinning Jenny St bus station with a short journey returning back to Atherton.
Photo taken 1962, King Street, Leigh
355. 572FTF
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, 572FTF, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken August 1975, West Auckland Green
356. 572FTF
OK Motor Services 572FTF, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro Cammell Orion H41/32R body, new to Lancashire United as their 655 in 1958.
Photo taken Saturday 3 April 1971, Staindrop Road, West Auckland
357. 574FTF
Seen at Howell Croft bus station in Bolton is Lancashire United 657, 574FTF, one of fourteen Leyland PD3/4s with M.C.C.W. H41/32R bodies bought in 1958 for the final trolleybus replacement. Route 82 replaced the trolleybus route from Bolton to Leigh via Atherton.
Photo taken Tuesday 22 March 1960, Howell Croft Bus Station, Bolton
358. AFT924
Tynemouth 224, AFT924, a 1958 PD3 with Metro Cammell H73R bodywork lays over in Balkwell whilst working a lunchtime workmen's service from Smith's Dock.
Photo taken mid 1960s, Brandon Road, junction Falstaff Road, Balkwell, North Shields
359. AFT926
Tynemouth & District 226, AFT926, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell Orion H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1971, United AS Depot, Hartlepool
360. AFT929
Tynemouth 229, AFT929, a Leyland PD3 with Metro Cammell Orion H73R body, the second of the 1958 batch.
Photo taken mid 1960s, North Shields
361. AFT933
Tynemouth 233, AFT933, a Leyland PD3/4 with Metro Cammell H73R body new in 1958
Photo taken circa 1961, junction Howard St/Northumberland Square, North Shields
362. AFT934
Wakefields 234, AFT934, a 1958 Leyland PD3 with Metro Cammell H73R body.
Photo taken late 1960s, Mullen Road, Sunholme, Wallsend
363. AFT934
Wakefields 234, AFT934, a 1958 PD3 with Metro Cammell Orion H73R body.
Photo taken 1963, Howard Street, North Shields
364. FHF451
Wallasey Corporation Motors placed the first production Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 in service in 1958. Fifty years later the bus is now preserved. 1, FHF451, carries Metro Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken 1993, Heart of the Pennines Rally, Halifax
365. FHF451
In this instance I suspect one can actually say that the back end of the bus is more interesting than the front. The first production Atlantean in service, FHF451, has long been restored as Wallasey 1 in the unique sea green and cream livery with vintage style of fleetname (since 1983 I believe). In the fine sunshine that blessed the Greater Manchester Transport Society's 2014 event at Heaton Park I couldn't resist a shot which shows the very early style of single piece bonnet fitted to the first Atlanteans. You can't help but notice the huge rear route display!
Photo taken Sunday 7 September 2014, Heaton Park, Manchester
366. FHF451
Wallasey 1, FHF451, like the rest of the fleet, became part of Merseyside PTE when that was formed on 1st December 1969. It eventually received the Wirral division livery which owed more to Birkenhead than Wallasey and lasted in that livery until withdrawal in 1977, renumbered 201.
Photo taken Sunday 2 August 1981, Trans-Pennine Rally, Knaresborough Road Stray, Harrogate
367. FHF451
Wallasey 1, FHF451, an Metro Cammell/Atlantean, proudly carries its original distinctive livery as it takes part in the 2014 Wirral Tram and Bus Rally.
Photo taken Sunday 5 October 2014, Shore Road, Birkenhead
368. FHF451
Wallasey No 1, FHF451, is positively dwarfed by the offices and ventilation tower of the Mersey Tunnel authority, operating as part of the Merseyside running day.
Photo taken Sunday 13 September 2015, Mann Island/George's Dockway, Liverpo
369. HCN477
Gateshead & District 77, HCN477, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell Orion H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken May 1969, Hudson Street, Gateshead
370. HCN478
Gateshead & District 78, HCN478, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell Orion H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1972, Gateshead
371. HTS278
Tayside Regional Council 278, HTS278, a Daimler CVG6DD built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell H37/28R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Nethergate, Dundee
372. KRS257
Aberdeen 257, KRS257, an A.E.C. MD2RA Regent V new in 1958 with a Metro-Cammell H37/29R body seen at King Street Garage.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1970, King Street Garage, Aberdeen
373. KRS259
Aberdeen Corporation AEC Regent 259, KRS259, with Met-Cam 66 seat body built 1958 at Sea Beach terminus with resident eying up a suspicious bloke with a camera.
Photo taken Aug 1971, Sea Beach Terminus, Aberdeen
374. KRS262
Aberdeen Corporation 262, KRS262, a 1958 AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell body
Photo taken August 1973, Castle Street, Aberdeen
375. MCK299
Preston Corporation put seven new buses into service in December 1958 and 68, MCK299, seen in Preston Bus Station was the last of them. They were Leyland PD3/5s with Metro-Cammell H40/32F bodies.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1972, Preston Bus Station
376. NNL48
Tyneside 48, NNL48, a Leyland PD3/4 with Metro Cammell Orion H41/32R body, one of three PD3s received by Tyneside in 1958, fleet numbers 48 to 50.
Photo taken 1962, Borough Road, North Shields
377. OCO514
A wet day in Plymouth captured 114, OCO514, a Leyland PD2/40 with Metro-Cammell body including a very smart group of passengers, who might be waiting for their tour coach and not the Plymouth Corporation 114.
Photo taken 1966?, Royal Parade, Plymouth
378. OCO515
Plymouth City Transport 115, OCO515, which was a Leyland PD2/40 with a Metro Cammell H30/26R body, was seen at the Plymouth Milehouse Garage. It had been new in May 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 19 May 1968, Milehouse Garage, Plymouth
379. ORV986
ORV986, a Leyland PD2/40 with a Metro Cammell H30/26R body, had been new as Portsmouth 109 in 1958. It was seen with Young, Rampton in Rangers Road (?), Chingford on its way to the Cub & Scout Jamboree at Gilwell Park, Epping Forest. It had been withdrawn by Portsmouth in April 1973, passed to Young in May 1973 and then to Wood (dealer), Dunscroft in March 1974.
Photo taken Saturday 7 July 1973, Chingford
380. ORV989
Preserved Portsmouth 112, ORV989, a 1958 Leyland Titan PD2/40 with a Metro Cammell H30/26R body
Photo taken Sunday 2 January 2011, The Broadway, Winchester
381. ORV992
Preserved former Portsmouth 115, ORV992, a Leyland PD2/40 with Metro Cammell H30/26R bodywork new in 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 2 April 2006, Wisley Aerodrome
382. ORV992
Preserved former Portsmouth 115, ORV992, a Leyland PD2/40 with Metro Cammell H30/26R bodywork new in 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2011, Alton
383. ORV993
Three from Blue Line, Upminster seen at Wembley. From the left MAX107, ORV993 and XHW419. Two Bristol LS/ECW and a Leyland PD2/40 with a Metro-Cammell H30/26R body which was ex Portsmouth 116.
Photo taken Sunday 9 June 1974, Wembley
384. ORV997
Portsmouth 120, ORV997, seen at The Hard, was one of fifteen Leyland PD2/40s with M.C.C.W. H30/26R bodies new in 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, The Hard, Portsmouth
385. ORV999
Portsmouth 122, ORV999, a Leyland PD2/40 with Metro-Cammell H30/26R bodywork new in 1958.
Photo taken 1974, Eastney Depot
386. PBU925
PBU925, former Oldham Corporation Metro-Cammell bodied Titan PD2/30 initially fleetnumber 425 and new in 12/58, by then working for SELNEC as 5325 heads for Chadderton Hall Park on Route 4.
Photo taken Friday 16 October 1970, junction of Burnley Lane and Broadway, Chadderton, Oldham
387. SEA208
West Bromwich Corporation 208, SEA208, a 1958 Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H63R body with another CVG6, 225, behind
Photo taken c.1966, West Bromwich
388. UNB521
Manchester 3521, UNB521, seen in Cannon Street Bus Station on the 17 service to Rochdale was the first of an order for 110 Leyland PD2/40s with Metro Cammell H37/28R bodies to a special Manchester design with the upright front.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 October 1958, Cannon Street Bus Station, Manchester
389. UNB524
Preserved former Manchester 3524, UNB524, Leyland PD2/40 with Metro-Cammell H37/28R body, new in October 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 26 June 2005, Blackpool
390. UNB524
Manchester bought many Metro Cammell bodied Leyland Titan PD2s in the fifties and early sixties. 3524, UNB524, dates from 1958 and is a Leyland Titan PD2/40. Manchester were keen to get the maximum number of passengers on each bus and specified this very upright style of bodywork which was unique to them.
Photo taken Sunday 21 June 2009, Chatsworth
391. UNB543
Manchester 3543, UNB543, new in 1958, a Leyland PD2/40 with Metro Cammell H37/28R body seen in Lower Mosley Street outside Manchester (L.M.S.) in May 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1959, Lower Mosley Street, Manchester
392. UNB548
GMT 3548, UNB548, a 1958 Leyland Titan PD2/40 with Metro Cammell H37/28R bodywork originally Manchester 3548.
Photo taken Wednesday 25 May 1977, Piccadilly, Manchester
393. UNB549
GMT 3549, UNB549, a 1958 Leyland PD2/40/Metro-Cammell H37/28R originally Manchester 3549.
Photo taken Saturday 11 February 1978, Yorkshire Street, Oldham
394. UNB556
Seen in Lower Mosley Street Bus Station in Manchester is Manchester 3556, UNB556, a Leyland PD2/40 with a Metro-Cammell H37/28R body new in 1958 which is working on the joint service to Glossop operated by S.H.M.D, Ashton, North Western and Manchester.
Photo taken Saturday 14 March 1959, Lower Mosley Street Bus Station, Manchester
395. UNB565
SELNEC Central 3565, UNB565, a Leyland Titan PD2/40 with Metro-Cammell H37/28R body, new to Manchester C.T. (3565) in 1958.
Photo taken 1972/73, Piccadilly/Mosley Street, Manchester
396. VWK217
Coventry 217, VWK217, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H33/27R body shows off the brighter red livery.
Photo taken Sunday 14 June 1970, Coventry
397. VWK219
Coventry Corporation 219, VWK219, was a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H33/27R body new in 1958.
Photo taken Saturday 28 October 1967, Pool Meadow, Coventry
398. XMN345
XMN345 was a 1958 Leyland PD3/3 with Metro Cammell H41/32R bodywork delivered new to IOM Road Services in 1958 as fleet number 31. Renumbered 56 by the time of this photo and again later to 34, it was withdrawn in November 1982 and passed through a succession of owners in East London, mostly as a driving trainer. It was exported to Spain where it still existed in 2004.
Photo taken Saturday 30 June 1979, Port St. Mary, Isle of Man
399. XMN345
Isle of Man Road Services 31, XMN345, a Leyland Titan PD3/3 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Bus Station, Douglas, Isle of Man
400. XMN346
Isle of Man Road Services 32, XMN346, a 1958 Leyland Titan PD3/3 with Metro Cammell body
Photo taken August 1986, Douglas Station, Isle of Man
401. YAL366
Todmorden J.O.C. 340, YAL366, a 1958 Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/1 with Metro Cammell B44F body. New to East Midland as R366, it was acquired by Todmorden J.O.C. as their 15 in July 1969. It passed to C.J.O.C in September 1971, but was withdrawn the same month, passing to Paton of Renfrew.
Photo taken Saturday 12 June 1971, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
402. YAL366
Paton Brothers gradually switched to saloons in the late sixties. Two early examples of this trend seen at the depot are YAL366 a Leyland Tiger Cub with Metro Cammell bodywork that was new to East Midland as their R366 in 1958. Alongside is WXR52, another Tiger Cub this one was new to Birch Brothers as their K52 and had a Willowbrook coach body.
Photo taken Thursday 28 October 1971, Paton's Depot, Tower Garage, Ferry Road, Renfrew
403. YAL366
Todmorden JOC 15, YAL366, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/1 with Metro-Cammell B44F body, new to East Midland M.S. (R366) in 1958, and acquired in 1969. Passing to the Calderdale JOC it was immediately withdrawn and passed to Paton's of Renfrew, being withdrawn in 1974 and sold to breaker Dunsmore of Larkhall in 1975.
Photo taken Sunday 25 July 1971, Bacup
404. YAL368
Eastern National SD1000, YAL368, Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/1 with Metro-Cammell B44F body, new to East Midland (R368) in 1958. This vehicle and sister YAL 369 were acquired by EN in April 1971 but only lasted until November of the following year.
Photo taken Saturday 31 July 1971, EN Depot/Bus Station, London Road, Southend
405. YPT829
Northern General bought their last Leyland Titans in 1958. 1829, YPT829, was numerically the last of the batch of Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro Cammell bodywork
Photo taken 1973, Park Lane Bus Station, Sunderland
406. YPT829
Northern General 1829, YPT829, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R body, new in 1958.
Photo taken Summer 1977, Worswick Street, Newcastle
407. YPT839
Northern General 1839, YPT839, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell Orion H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken March 1970, Park Lane Bus Station, Sunderland
408. YPT844
Northern General 1844, YPT844, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken April 1968, Park Lane Bus Station, Sunderland
409. 372BKA
Formerly Liverpool City Transport E2, 372BKA, an Atlantean PDR1/1, one of three experimental buses purchased in 1958-9 and transferred to Merseyside PTE.
Photo taken Friday 13 May 1977, Church Road, Liverpool
410. 398JTB
398JTB, seen in Preston, had been new as a Leyland demonstrator in July 1959, and became Ribble 1970 when acquired from Scout, Preston in October 1968.
Photo taken Sunday 8 April 1973, Preston
411. 512DKT
Maidstone and District DH512, 512DKT, one of the original batch of Leyland Atlanteans delivered in 1959 with Metro-Cammell H78F bodies
Photo taken Saturday 23 October 1965, Bishops Way, Maidstone
412. 570CTO
OK Motor Services 570CTO, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Metro Cammell H40/32F body, new to Skill's of Nottingham in 1959 as their number 70.
Photo taken Saturday 3 April 1971, Bishop Auckland Market Place
413. 570CTO
570CTO, a Leyland PD3/1 with a Metro Cammell H40/32F body, was number 70 in the fleet of Skill, Nottingham at whose garage it is seen during an Omnibus Touring Circle visit.
Photo taken Sunday 28 April 1968, Garage, St Peter's Street, Nottingham
414. 780DAU
Barratt, builder, 780DAU, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 from 1959 with Metro-Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, Marton Building Site, Middlesbrough
415. 780DAU
OK Motor Services 780DAU, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Metro Cammell H40/32F body, new in 1959 to Skill's of Nottingham.
Photo taken 3 April 1971, Manor Road, St Helen Auckland
416. 780DAU
Skill, Nottingham 80, 780DAU, seen on an Omnibus Touring Circle visit to their garage, was a Leyland PD3/1 with a Metro Cammell H40/32F body.
Photo taken Sunday 28 April 1968, Garage, St Peter's Street, Nottingham
417. 780DAU
Skill, Nottingham 80, 780DAU, a Leyland PD3/1 with a Metro-Cammell H40/32F body was caught at Trent Bridge.
Photo taken Saturday 27 March 1965, Trent Bridge, Nottingham
418. 876ATA
Devon General 876, 876ATA, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell H44/32F body, one of the first batch of 17 rear-engined double-deckers which entered service in 1959.
Photo taken late 1960s, Queen Street, Newton Abbot
419. 885WJ
Sheffield 885, 885WJ, a Leyland PDR1/1 with a Metro Cammell H44/34F body is seen about to pass Pond Street Bus Station, having just descended Flat Street.
Photo taken Sunday 4 October 1959, Pond Street Bus Station, Sheffield
420. 886WJ
Sheffield 886, 886WJ, a Leyland PDR1/1 with a Metro Cammell H44/34F body seen at Parson Cross.
Photo taken Wednesday 7 October 1959, Parson Cross, Sheffield
421. DHD177
Yorkshire Woollen bought both AEC and Leyland front entrance double deckers prior to switching to rear engined types in the mid-sixties. Seen here is DHD177, a 1959 AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell bodywork originally numbered 797 but renumbered in the sixties to 66. Alongside is 893, GHD765, a 1962 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro Cammell boywork.
Photo taken 1994, Halifax Bus Rally
422. DHD183
Saltburn MS 33, DHD183, an AEC Regent V 2LD3RA built in 1959 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1972, Saltburn MS Saltburn Garage
423. DHD184
Former Hebble 284, DHD184, an AEC Regent V 2LD3RA with Metro-Cammell H39/31F body, new to Yorkshire Woollen District (804) in 1959, who renumbered it 73 in 1967.
Photo taken November 1970, Premises of North's (dealer), Sherburn-in-Elmet
424. EHD451
Yorkshire Woollen District 86, EHD451, an AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell H70F body, new in 1959
Photo taken 1969, Pudsey Market Place
425. FHF453
Merseyside PTE (Wirral Division) 203 & 205 (FHF453 & FHF455), Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1's with Metro-Cammell H44/33F bodies, new to Wallasey Corporation (as 3 & 5) in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 2 August 1970, Wallasey Depot
426. FHF456
FHF456 is ex Wallasey Corporation 6 and MPTE 206 - in service from 1959 to 1973 - a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell body,which later was converted into a mobile clothes store before being preserved.
Photo taken Sunday 7 October 2018, Shore Road, Birkenhead
427. KCP16
Halifax JOC 207, KCP16, a Leyland PD3/4 with Metro-Cammell H40/32F body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Thursday 5 August 1965, Huddersfield (Merton Street) Bus Station
428. KCP17
Halifax JOC 208, KCP17, a 1959 Leyland PD3/4 with Metro-Cammell H40/32F body.
Photo taken December 1973, Clough Lane, Mixenden
429. NBN431
SELNEC Northern 6623, NBN431, a Leyland Titan PD2/37 built 1959 with Metro-Cammell H34/28R bodywork. New as Bolton 123, this had found further service as a driver trainer.
Photo taken June 1973, Moor Lane Bus Station, Bolton
430. NCK349
At North's, the dealer, Sherburn-in-Elmet with in the centre former Western National 634, 348EDV, a Bristol SUL4A with ECW B36F body, new in 1961. Withdrawn in 1972 it passed to North's who quickly sold it on to Garforth Comprehensive School (whose name is actually marked on the windscreen here).
Photo taken June 1972, Premises of Norths, the dealer, Sherburn-in-Elmet
431. NCK354
1613, NCK354, was one of the first batch of Leyland Atlanteans delivered to Ribble. Delivered in November 1959 it had an M.C.C.W. H44/34F body on its PDR1/1 chassis and is seen entering Moor Lane bus station at Bolton.
Photo taken Tuesday 22 March 1960, Moor Lane Bus Station, Bolton
432. NCK371
Kenneally, Waterford, GWI232, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1959/60 with Metro-Cammell H44/34F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1975, Waterford, Eire
433. ORC656
Awaiting departure time in Chesterfield en route for Derby was Trent 1056, ORC656, a Leyland PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell H44/34F body, the first of a batch of eleven new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 4 October 1959, Tontine Road, Chesterfield
434. STP996
At various times, Southend Transport have hired buses to assist with a vehicle shortage, often when deliveries of new buses were delayed (although sometimes it was in order to free up ST buses to hire out to other operators!). In 1973, Ensign provided ex-Portsmouth STP996. It was generally only used on peak hour workings and never acquired Southend blinds.
Photo taken Thursday 15 November 1973, outside SCT Garage, London Road, Southend
435. STP999
Rear view of Portsmouth 127, STP999, a Leyland PD3/6 with Metro Cammell H36/38R bodywork new in 1959.
Photo taken 1974, Eastney Depot
436. UEA215
The three liveries of West Bromwich. Left was 121H, TEA121G, a Daimler Fleetline with ECW low-height body of 1969 in the last West Bromwich livery before the West Midlands PTE takeover. Centre and right were Daimler CVG6s with Metro Cammell H63R bodies of 1958/9. 207H, SEA207, was in the WMPTE colours and 215, UEA215, was in the traditional and attractive West Bromwich livery.
Photo taken 1970, West Bromwich
437. UJF177
Pearson (contractor), Hetton-le-Hole UJF177 was a Leyland PD3/1 with a Metro Cammell H41/33R body new in July 1959 as Leicester 177.
Photo taken Wednesday 8 August 1979, Chester-le-Street
438. UJF179
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, YUP487, a Leyland Titan PD3/6 from 1958 with H41/32RD bodywork by Roe. Parked next to it is UJF179, a Daimler CS6G/30 with Metro-Cammell bodywork acquired from Leicester, where it was new in 1959.
Photo taken April 1972, OK depot Bishop Auckland
439. UJF182
Lockeys of St Helen Auckland, Co. Durham, UJF182, a Daimler CSG6-30 of 1959 with Metro-Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, West Auckland Green
440. UJF182
Seen in Newgate Street, Bishop Auckland with Lockey, St. Helen Auckland, is UJF182, a Daimler CSG6/30 with a Metro Cammell H41/33R body.
Photo taken Thursday 20 April 1972, Newgate Street, Bishop Auckland
441. UJF184
Leicester 184, UJF184, a 1959 Daimler CSG6/30 with Metro Cammell bodywork was the final member of a batch of 6. They were withdrawn as non standard in 1971
Photo taken late 1960s, Humberstone Gate, Leicester
442. UNB587
Manchester 3587, UNB587, seen about to turn right from Cannon Street into Corporation Street, to travel northbound, was one of an order for 110 Leyland PD2/40s with Metro Cammell H37/28R bodies to a special Manchester design with the upright front.
Photo taken Sunday 1 March 1959, Cannon Street, Manchester
443. UNB588
Manchester 3588, UNB588, seen in Cannon Street was one of an order for 110 Leyland PD2/40s with Metro Cammell H37/28R bodies to a special Manchester design with the upright front. The last ten of the order were changed to be Atlanteans 3621-3630.
Photo taken Sunday 1 March 1959, Cannon Street, Manchester
444. UNB592
A rear view of Manchester 3592, UNB592, a Leyland PD2/40 with a Metro Cammell H37/28R body which is seen at Moston, Ben Brierley.
Photo taken Saturday 23 May 1959, Moston, Manchester
445. UNB626
Manchester 3626, UNB626, was from the first batch of ten Leyland PDR1/1 Atlanteans with Metro-Cammell H44/33F bodies delivered to Manchester in December 1959 and entering service in April 1960. It is seen here at Greenbrow Road, Wythenshawe, Manchester at the terminus of the route from Piccadilly.
Photo taken Saturday 30 April 1960, Greenbrow Road, Wythenshawe
446. UNB629
UNB629, a 1959 Leyland Atlantean with Metro Cammell H44/33F body, this vehicle is the former Manchester number 3629 from the first batch of Atlanteans for Manchester Corporation Transport Department, commendably repatriated from Kirkland Brothers Omnibus Service, Australia in 1992 for preservation.
Photo taken March 1992, Heaton Park, Manchester
447. UNB629
UNB629, a 1959 Leyland Atlantean, a wonderful restoration back into Manchester Corporation Transport livery, number 3629 from the first batch of Manchester Corporation Atlanteans, this after being repatriated from Australia in 1992.
Photo taken March 1994, Manchester Museum of Transport
448. XVC287
Seen leaving Pool Meadow is Coventry 287, XVC287, which was a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H33/27R body.
Photo taken Sunday 14 June 1970, Pool Meadow
449. XVC290
XVC290 is a Daimler CVG6 cut down after hitting a low bridge in 1960s and then used by Coventry CT for tow truck use. Withdrawn by WMPTE, it is part of the Roger Burdett collection and used as yard shunter and tree lopper. Access to interior is by rear door - access to roof is by any convenient ladder.
Photo taken Saturday 12 May 2012, at a private site near Coventry
450. YEA224
The M.O.T. Testing Station sign at the Oak Lane garage is prominent in this view of West Bromwich 224, YEA224, one of six Daimler CVG6-30s with Metro Cammell H41/32R bodies delivered in 1959 following a batch of six the previous year.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Oak Lane Garage, West Bromwich
451. 3910UB
Leeds City Transport 910, 3910UB, was an AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell Orion H38/32R body of 1960.
Photo taken 1966, Crossgates, Leeds
452. 3910UB
The first of fourteen, Leeds 910, 3910UB, new in May 1960, was an AEC 2D2RA Regent V with a Metro Cammell H39/32R body later altered to H38/32R, with the batch 910-923 being altered in August/September 1960.
Photo taken Sunday 22 May 1960, Thorpe Lane, Middleton
453. 3915UB
A line up of withdrawn AEC Regent Vs with Metro Cammell bodywork await their fate at Bramley depot in Leeds They were part of a batch bought in 1960, 915, 917, and 921, 3915UB etc.
Photo taken Sunday 13 April 1975, Bramley Depot
454. 3916UB
Leeds 916, 3916UB was an AEC Regent V with an Metro Cammell body from 1960. It is seen on the first day of the WYPTE takeover.
Photo taken Monday 1 April 1974, Seacroft Town Centre Bus Station
455. 3916UB
Leeds was synonymous with AEC Regents from the early 1930s until the last examples entered service in 1966. In 1960 the first thrity foot long examples arrived. These were 14 AEC Regent V 2D2RA chassis with Metro Cammell bodywork which were Leeds' last buses with exposed radiators and the only 30ft AECs anywhere with this feature. 916, 3916UB, is now preserved.
Photo taken Sunday 19 June 2011, Rowsley
456. 3916UB
A shot for all the Orion fans of the rear of Leeds 916, 3916UB, a 1960 AEC Regent V as it loads in Dalton Lane Keighley. This bus has a full range of melodic AEC sounds and the passengers were in for an aural treat
Photo taken Sunday 7 July 2013, Dalton Lane, Keighley
457. 3916UB
In the days when former Leeds 916, 3916UB, a 1960 AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell body was on the active strength it could often be seen in this very spot picking up passengers on the Swacliffe routes which were a regular haunt of these unusual and ruggedly attractive buses
Photo taken Sunday 31 August 2014, York Street, Leeds
458. 3916UB
Former Leeds City Transport 916, 3916UB, an AEC Regent V 2D2RA with Metro-Cammell H38/32R body, new in 1960. It had passed to the West Yorkshire PTE (Metro Leeds) in 1974 and was withdrawn in 1975. It was then acquired by David Heap of Halifax, with whom it is seen here about to leave Bramley Depot for its new home. Subsequently it was to change owners, but is still a frequent rally attender in the Yorkshire area.
Photo taken Sunday 14 September 1975, Bramley Depot
459. 3922UB
Leeds City Transport 922, 3922UB, an AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell body, bought in 1960 withdrawn 1975. Alongside is 488, DUA485K, a 1971 Leyland Atlantean with dual door Roe bodywork.
Photo taken April 1974, Leeds Central Bus Station
460. 48NTD
Lytham St. Annes 65, 48NTD, a Leyland PD2/30 with a Metro Cammell H35/28R body had been new in June 1960.
Photo taken Tuesday 27 August 1968, Lytham Square
461. 49NTD
Lytham St. Annes Corporation 66, 49NTD, a Leyland Titan PD2/30 with Metro Cammell Orion highbridge body, new in 1960.
Photo taken Spring 1971, Lytham/St. Annes
462. 50NTD
Seen peering from the stygian gloom of Blackpool's bus station is Lytham St Annes 67, 50NTD, a Leyland Titan PD2/20 with Metro Cammell bodywork, one of 6 bought in 1960. It is on the joint service between Blackpool and Lytham
Photo taken Thursday 16 August 1973, Blackpool Bus Station
463. 515DKT
Maidstone & District 5515, 515DKT was a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell H44/33F bodywork, new in 1960 to Maidstone & District as DH515.
Photo taken March 1976, Grosvenor Square, Southampton
464. 533HKJ
Western National 997, 533HKJ, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell H44/31F bodywork was new in May 1960 to Maidstone & District as their DH533 (later 5533). It was one of a number of Atlanteans transferred between 1975 and 1977.
Photo taken 1976, Redruth Station
465. 545HKJ
At North's, the dealer, Sherburn-in-Elmet, former Maidstone & District DH545, 545HKJ, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell H44/33F body, new in 1960.
Photo taken Autumn 1973, Premises of Norths, the dealer, Sherburn-in-Elmet
466. 555LKP
Maidstone and District DH555, 555LKP, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell H77F body, new in 1960.
Photo taken Saturday 18 March 1961, New Road, Rochester
467. 558LKP
Maidstone & District were early users of the Leyland Atlantean building up a large fleet of them in the early sixties. DH558, 558LKP, dates from November 1960 and has Metro Cammell bodywork
Photo taken 1994, Huddersfield
468. 5919W
Sheffield 919, 5919W, a 1960 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell body seating 77 waits to depart for Totley from Tinsley
Photo taken Sunday 18 October 1970, Tinsley
469. 6344KH
Kingston-upon-Hull 144, 6344KH, was a Leyland PDR1/1 with a Metro-Cammell H44/31F body dating from 1960.
Photo taken circa 1971, Ferensway Coach Station, Hull
470. DEX702
Great Yarmouth 2, DEX702, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell H44/33F body, one of a batch of four new in 1960
Photo taken Thursday 10 June 1965, Bridge Road, Great Yarmouth
471. HHF10
In the summer of 1976 or 1977, the sole Atlantean owned by Burwell & District - ex Wallasey Metro-Cammell bodied HHF10 looks out from the their garage in the village as ex Leicester AEC Renown/East Lancs FJF43D receives attention requiring the use of a stepladder. Peering out of the gloom in the garage is ex SWT AEC Regent V/Willowbrook YCY803.
Photo taken Summer 1976, Burwell Garage
472. HHF15
Wallasey Corporation 15, HHF15, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1960 with Metro Cammell H44/33F body.
Photo taken 1962, Seacombe Ferry Terminal
473. LJX13
Halifax Corporation 13, LJX13, an AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell H40/32F body, new in 1960
Photo taken November 1966, Warley Town End
474. LJX13
Lockeys of St Helen Auckland, Co. Durham, LJX13, an AEC Regent V 2D3RA of 1960 with Metro-Cammell H40/32F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1972, Lockey's Garage, St Helen Auckland
475. LJX13
Lockey's of St. Helen Auckland LJX13, an AEC Regent V 2D3RA with Metro Cammell H40/32F body, new as Halifax Corporation 13 in 1960 and acquired by Lockey's in 1970. It passed to Meller, Goxhill in 1972 and was finally withdrawn by 1977.
Photo taken Saturday 3 April 1971, Manor Road, St Helen Auckland
476. LJX13
Halifax no.13, LJX13 at Warley. There appears to be a crew of three.
Photo taken November 1966, Warley Halifax
477. LJX13
LJX13, seen in Newgate Street, Bishop Auckland, with Lockey, St. Helen Auckland, was an A.E.C. 2D3RA Regent V with a Metro Cammell H40/32F body which had been new as Halifax 13 in February 1960.
Photo taken Thursday 20 April 1972, Newgate Street, Bishop Auckland
478. LJX14
Halifax Corporation 14, LJX14, AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell H40/32F body, new in 1960.
Photo taken c. 1965, Clough Lane, Mixenden
479. LJX15
Halifax Corporation 15, LJX15, an AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell H40/32F, new in 1960
Photo taken c.1966, Gibbet Street, Highroadwell
480. LJX15
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, LJX15, an AEC Regent V 2D3RA from 1960 with Metro-Cammell H40/32F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1970, rear of OK's Bishop Auckland depot
481. LJX16
Halifax Corporation 16, LJX16, an AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell H40/32F body, new in 1960
Photo taken early August 1968, Gibbet Street, Highroadwell
482. LJX16
New in March 1960, Halifax 16, LJX16, seen in Commercial Street, was an A.E.C. 2D3RA Regent V with a Metro Cammell H40/32F body.
Photo taken Friday 16 April 1965, Commercial Street, Halifax
483. LJX17
Halifax Corporation 17, LJX17, an AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell H40/32F body, new in 1960
Photo taken Thursday 12 October 1967, Clough Lane, Mixenden
484. LJX17
  Seen in Bishop Auckland Market Place is O.K. Motor Services LJX17, an A.E.C. 2D3RA Regent V with a Metro Cammell H40/32F body new in March 1960 as Halifax Corporation 17, passing to Halifax Joint Omnibus Committee, still as number 17, in March 1970, from whom it was acquired in April 1970.
Photo taken Thursday 20 April 1972, Bishop Auckland Market Place
485. LJX18
Rear shot of Halifax AEC Regent 18, LJX18, "grounded" at Bradshaw
Photo taken Sunday 12 April 1964, Bradshaw Terminus
486. LJX18
Halifax 18, LJX18, at Bradshaw after being 'extracted' following grounding when turning
Photo taken Sunday 12 April 1964, Bradshaw Terminus
487. LJX18
Green Bus Company, Rugeley 40, LJX18, an AEC Regent V 2D3RA with Metro Cammell H40/32F body, new to Halifax Corporation in 1960, and passing to GBC in 1970.
Photo taken late 1970, Rugeley Garage
488. LJX211
Halifax J.O.C. 211, LJX211, an AEC Regent V 2D3RA with Metro Cammell H40/32F body, new in 1960.
Photo taken late 1970, Trinity Street, Huddersfield
489. LJX215
Calderdale 215, LJX215, an AEC Regent V 2D3RA with Metro-Cammell H40/32F body, new to the Halifax "B" feet in 1960.
Photo taken summer of 1972, Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
490. LJX215
Halifax JOC 215, LJX215, a 1960 AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell bodywork waits to take up its stance to work a journey on the 77 Bradford via Shelf service.
Photo taken Friday 21 April 1972, parking adjacent to Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
491. LJX217
Bradford 14 meets Halifax JOC 217 at Queensbury in April 1964.
Photo taken Thursday 2 April 1964, High Street/Granby Street, Queensbury, Bradford
492. MCP226
Halifax JOC 226, MCP226, a 1960 Leyland PD2/37 with Metro-Cammell H40/32F body, parked in the sun while the crew survey the churchyard.
Photo taken June 1968, High Street, Queensbury, Bradford
493. MJX25
Halifax Corporation 25, MJX25, a Leyland Titan PD2/37 with Metro-Cammell H36/28F body, new in 1960. (May possibly have been taken in the early days of WYPTE).
Photo taken 1974, Bank Edge Road/Furness Drive, Halifax
494. MJX28
Halifax Corporation 28, MJX28, Leyland PD2/37 with Metro-Cammell H36/28F body, new in 1960
Photo taken July 1968, Wainstalls Road, Wainstalls
495. MJX28
Halifax 28, MJX28, a 1960 Leyland Titan PD2/37 with Metro-Cammell bodywork loads in the old Crossfields bus station in its home town.
Photo taken Friday 21 April 1972, Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
496. NCK362
Ribble 1621, NCK362, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 of with a Metro Cammell H44/34F body, new in January 1960.
Photo taken 1963, probably Bolton
497. NCK372
Harwich & Dovercourt NCK372, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell H44/34F body, ex Ribble 1631, new in February 1960.
Photo taken July 1978, Harwich
498. NCK623
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, NCK623, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 of 1960 with Metro-Cammell H44/34F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, West Auckland Green
499. NCK623
OK Motor Services NCK623, a 1960 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell bodywork picks up passengers bound for Evenwood in Bishop Auckland.
Photo taken October 1974, Chester Street, Bishop Auckland
500. NCK642
Three former Ribble vehicles at North's, the dealer, Sherburn-in-Elmet. 417, FCK849, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/1 with Saro B44F body, new in 1954 and 1653 & 1634, NCK642 & NCK623, Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1's with Metro Cammell H44/34F bodies, new in 1960.
Photo taken Autumn 1973, Premises of Norths, the dealer, Sherburn-in-Elmet
501. NCP475
Hebble 614, NCP475, an AEC Regent V 2D3RA with Metro-Cammell H39/32F body, new in December 1960 as 312 and renumbered 614 in 10/70.
Photo taken February 1971, Bradford Road, Stump Cross, Halifax
502. NRN563
Ribble 1663, NRN563, a Metro-Cammell L39/33F bodied Leyland PDR1/1 of 1960, loads at the terminus at Patterdale for its return journey along the shore of Ullswater to Penrith.
Photo taken March 1976, Patterdale
503. NRN586
Ribble 1686, NRN586, a 1960 Leyland Atlantean with Metro Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken 2000, Halifax
504. NRN586
After several early batches of Leyland Atlanteans, Ribble switched back to Leyland Titans as a more reliable alternative to the tempremental Atlantean. Seen at Stagecoach's Morecambe depot are 1960 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 1686, NRN586, and 1962 Leyland Titan PD3/5 1775, RCK920, Both vehicles carry Metro-Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 28 May 2011, Stagecoach Morecambe Depot
505. NRN590
Ribble 1690, NRN590, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 of 1960 with Metro-Cammell 77 seat body.
Photo taken 1962, Lower Mosley Street Bus Station, Manchester
506. NRN591
Ribble 1691, NRN591, a 1960 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell bodywork and alongside ex-Scout of Preston LRN63, a Leyland Titan PD3/3 with Burlingham bodywork dating from 1959. Originally 22 in the Scout fleet it ran as S22 in the Ribble fleet. In 1968 it was renumbered 1975 when the Scout fleet was absorbed into the main Ribble fleet ... Scout had been taken over by Ribble in 1961.
Photo taken 1976, Morecambe
507. NRN595
OK Motor Services NRN595, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1960 with Metro-Cammell H44/33F bodywork.
Photo taken December 1975, Bishop Auckland Market Place
508. PDJ816
Rear view of ex St. Helens 16, PDJ816, Leyland PD2A/30 with Metro-Cammell H36/28R body new in 1962.
Photo taken 1974/75, Wigan Bus Station
509. SVH354
County Motors, Lepton 97, SVH354, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/1 with Metro-Cammell B45F body, new in 1960 and alongside 91, NCX176, a Guy Arab IV (6LW) with Roe L27/28RD body, new in 1958.
Photo taken March 1968, County Motors Depot, Waterloo, Huddersfield
510. TCO521
New in June 1960, Plymouth City Transport 121, TCO521, a Leyland PDR1/1 Atlantean with a Metro Cammell H44/33F body, was seen at the Plymouth Milehouse Garage.
Photo taken Sunday 19 May 1968, Milehouse Garage, Plymouth
511. TCO529
Plymouth City Transport 129/131, TCO529/TCO531, new in June and July 1960, were Leyland PDR1/1 Atlanteans with Metro Cammell H44/33F bodies seen at the Plymouth Milehouse Garage.
Photo taken Sunday 19 May 1968, Milehouse Garage, Plymouth
512. TCO537
Plymouth City Transport were early users of the Leyland Atlantean. 137, TCO537, is a 1960 PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell bodywork which is now preserved.
Photo taken Sunday 8 April 2007, Brough
513. UKG271
Former Western Welsh 1271, UKG271, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/2 with Metro-Cammell B41F body, new in 1960.
Photo taken March 1973, Premises of North's, the dealer, Sherburn-in-Elmet
514. UNB624
Manchester 3624 and 3939, UNB624 and FXJ320 seen at Barlow Moor Road. 3624 was a relatively new Leyland PDR1/1 Atlantean with a Metro-Cammell H44/33F body whilst 3939 was a somewhat older Leyland TD5 with a Crossley H28/26R body.
Photo taken Monday 6 June 1960, Princess Road, West Didsbury
515. UNB629
SELNEC Central 3629, UNB629, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F body, new to Manchester Corporation in 1960.
Photo taken March 1972, Albert Square, Manchester
516. UNB629
Kirkland Bros Omnibus Services 62, MO7204, seen at the Ballina Depot was a Leyland PDR1/1 Atlantean with a Metro Cammell H43/33F body which had been new in 1960 as Manchester 3629, UNB629 and which passed to Selnec on 1st November 1969 retaining its fleet number.
Photo taken May 1976, Ballina
517. VFR372
Standerwick 30, VFR372, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1960 with Metro-Cammell CH34/16Ft bodywork.
Photo taken February 1969, The Four in Hand, Newcastle-under-Lyme
518. XVA444
Up until the delivery of the Glasgow Atlanteans in 1962, there were only three of these buses in Scotland. Two were delivered to J Laurie, Hamilton and XVA444 (1960 build) along with 60AVA became part of Central SMT's fleet in 1961 (HR1). XVA444 eventually found its way into the Grahams of Paisley fleet and is seen here in Hawkhead Road, Paisley, as their L1. As is well known, the SBG standardised on Daimler Fleetlines in the sixties.
Photo taken Saturday 14 October 1972, Hawkhead Road, Paisley
519. 245AJF
A1 Service, (Ardrossan) 245AJF was a Leyland PD3A/1 with a Metro-Cammell H41/33R body, new to Leicester in 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 5 August 1979
520. 246AJF
Leicester 246, 246AJF, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Metro Cammell H41/33R body, new in September 1961.
Photo taken January 1972, London Road, Leicester
521. 295RW
Old and new liveries are evident in this picture of Coventry 295, 295RW, a Metro-Cammell H34/29R bodied Daimler CVG6.
Photo taken Sunday 14 June 1970, Coventry
522. 379GNY
Rhondda 379, 379GNY, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/2 with Metro-Cammell DP41F body at Victoria Coach Station claiming to be operating a ‘Hindhead Tour’.
Photo taken Monday 22 May 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
523. 456KTG
Charlton-on-Otmoor Services 456KTG, an A E C Regent V 2D3RA built in 1961 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F bodywork. This had been new as Rhondda 456.
Photo taken Depot, High Street, Charlton-on-Otmoor
524. 457KTG
Rhondda 457, 457KTG, was an AEC Regent V 2D3RA with Metro-Cammell H39/31F bodywork, one of a batch of twenty.
Photo taken 1969, Cardiff Bus Station
525. 464KTG
Kowloon Motor Bus of Hong Kong 2A10, BD6780, an A E C Regent V 2D3RA built in 1961 with Metro Cammell H39/31F+19 bodywork.
Photo taken July 1981, Jordan Road Bus Station, Kowloon
526. 534RTB
Although Northern Counties supplied the vast majority of Lancs United bodywork, the company occassionallly bought from other sources including Metro Cammell. Seen loading at Wigan bus station is 43, 534RTB, a 1961 Guy Arab IV with 73 seat Metro Cammell bodywork. This was one of the last Metro Cammell bodies bought by LUT.
Photo taken Thursday 20 March 1975, Wigan Bus Station
527. 552LKP
Maidstone and District DH552, 552LKP, a Leyland Atlantean Mark II PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell H77F body, new in 1961
Photo taken Friday 21 August 1964, Overcliffe, Gravesend
528. 582RKJ
Maidstone and District DH582, 582RKJ, one of the 1961 batch of Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1s with Metro-Cammell H77F body.
Photo taken Saturday 20 July 1963, Overcliffe, Gravesend
529. 583RKJ
Kirkland Bros Omnibus Services 9, MO085 seen at Lismore High School was a Leyland PDR1/1 Atlantean with a Metro Cammell H44/33F body which had previously been Maidstone & District 5583, having been new in 1961 as DH583 and being renumbered in January 1968. It was withdrawn in 1974 passing to Transport (Passenger Equipments) Ltd. (dealer). Macclesfield in June 1975, then to Leydon (dealer), Brighton in July 1975 and to Kirkland, Lismore, N.S.W. in October 1975.
Photo taken May 1976, Lismore High School, N.S.W., Australia
530. 893MDH
Walsall Regent V 893, 893MDH, departing on route 1 to Walsall. It carried a Metro-Cammell H41/31F body and was new in September 1961.
Photo taken early 1970s, Anson Street, Rugeley
531. 925GTA
Ex-Devon General "seadog", originally 925, 925GTA (Admiral Blake) but by the time this photo was taken Red Bus 925, ADV299A, in Barnstaple on a wedding charter in summer 1986.
Photo taken Summer 1986, Barnstaple
532. 926GTA
Devon General 926, 926GTA, "Sir Francis Drake", was a Leyland Atlantean with Metro-Cammell CO44/31F body, introduced in 1961.
Photo taken 1966, Kingswear Terminus
533. 929GTA
Devon General 929, 929GTA, was one of the Sea Dog-class of open-top Atlanteans - this one being "Sir Richard Grenville".
Photo taken circa 1966, near Kingswear
534. 931GTA
Devon General, Exeter 931, 931GTA, a Leyland PDR1/1 Atlantean with a Metro Cammell CO44/31F body was seen in Torquay, and had been new in June 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 18 May 1968, Newton Road Garage, Torquay
535. 932GTA
Devon General 932, 932GTA, a 1961 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with convertible open top Metro Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken 1993, Halifax
536. 932GTA
Devon General Leyland Atlantean open topper 932, 932GTA, Earl Howe, new in 1961 with Metro Cammell CO44/31F body.
Photo taken 1966, Torquay
537. 932GTA
All this good September weather made me think others might like a glimpse of Devon General open top, 932, 932GTA, "Earl Howe", a Leyland Atlantean /Metro Cammell. Seen here at Kingswear, near Dartmouth, Devon, in September 1965.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 September 1965, Kingswear Terminus
538. 932GTA
Rear view of "Earl Howe", Devon General Atlantean 932, 932GTA.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 September 1965, Kingswear Terminus
539. 933GTA
Devon General 933, 933GTA, convertible open top Atlantean "Sir Walter Raleigh" new in 1961 with a Metro-Cammell CO44/31F body.
Photo taken June 1964, Esplanade Road, Paignton
540. JHF823
Wallasey buses often had long lives and were rarely sold for further service. One escapee was 1961 Leyland Atlantean 23, JHF823. It is seen in Leeds after sale to Independent of Horsforth.
Photo taken 1977, Wellington Road, New Wortley, Leeds
541. NRN586
Ribble quickly built up a fleet of both lowbridge and highbridge Atlanteans and 1686, NRN586, is an Metro Cammell bodied example of 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 9 October 2011, Broughton
542. ODJ941
St. Helens Corporation: On the left, 1 (ODJ941) an AEC Regent V 2D3RA with Metro-Cammell H36/28R body, new in 1961. On the right, 51 (MDJ851E) a Leyland Titan PD2A/27 with East Lancashire H33/28R body, new in 1967.
Photo taken Sunday 5 July 1970, Jackson Street Garage
543. PBN655
Former Bolton 137, PBN655, was a Leyland PD2/27 with an Metro Cammell FH35/27F from 1961. Here it is seen as Selnec 6637 acting as a Driver Training Bus.
Photo taken 1974, Rochdale
544. PBN659
SELNEC Northern 6641, PBN659, a Leyland Titan PD2/27 built in 1961 with less common Metro-Cammell FH35/27F bodywork, new as Bolton 141.
Photo taken October 1972, Shifnal Street, Bolton
545. PBN659
Bolton 141, PBN659, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD2/27 with Metro Cammell FH35/27F body parades with longer and more conventional 152, SBN752, a PD3/4 / East Lancs H41/32F new in April of the same year.
Photo taken Saturday 31 March 1973, Moor Lane Bus Station, Bolton
546. PBN660
Bolton Corporation 142, PBN660, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD2/27 with full fronted Metro Cammell body.
Photo taken 1971, Moor Lane Bus Station, Bolton
547. PCK358
Ribble 1717, PCK358, a Leyland PD3/5 with Metro-Cammell FH41/31F body new in May 1961.
Photo taken Lime Street, Liverpool
548. PCK361
Ribble 1720, PCK361, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 with Metro Cammell FH41/31F body new in 1961.
Photo taken c.1966, Morecambe Depot Yard
549. PCK369
Ribble 1728, PCK369, a Leyland PD3 with Metro-Cammell FH72F body, new in 1961.
Photo taken Monday 27 June 1966, Bridge Street, Carlisle
550. PCK383
For many years the backbone of the Ribble Merseyside fleet were Leyland Titan PD3/5s with Burlingham or Metro Cammell full front bodywork. 1961 example 1742, PCK383, with Metro Cammell body rests at the rear of the former Ribble bus station in Skelhorn Street with the roof of Lime Street station in the background
Photo taken 1976, Hilbre Street, Liverpool
551. PCK394
Ribble Motor Services 1753, PCK394, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 built in 1961 with Metro-Cammell FH41/31F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Lancaster Bus Station
552. PRN143
Eggins Bus Service, Taree, Sydney, N.S.W. MO5205 was a Leyland PDR1/1 Atlantean with a Metro Cammell H44/33F body seen at Taree. It had been new in June 1961 as Scout, Preston S3, PRN143, becoming Ribble 1971 in October 1968. Withdrawn in 1975 it passed to Sykes (dealer), Barnsley in September 1975 and to Cowley (dealer), Salford in October 1975, then to Leydon (dealer), Rottingdean in November 1975 and was exported to Australia arriving there in January 1976.
Photo taken May 1976, Sydney
553. PRN144
Joyce's Bus Service, Urunga, N.S.W. MO4210, a Leyland PDR1/1 Atlantean with a Metro Cammell H44/33F body seen at Newry Island was new in May 1961 as Scout, Preston S4, PRN144, becoming Ribble 1972 in October 1968. Withdrawn in 1975 it passed to Sykes (dealer), Barnsley in September 1975 and to Cowley (dealer), Salford in October 1975, then to Leydon (dealer), Rottingdean in November 1975 and was exported to Australia arriving there in January 1976.
Photo taken May 1976, Urunga, N.S.W.
554. PRN908
Preston 16, PRN908, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro Cammell front entrance body
Photo taken August 1973, Preston Bus Station
555. PRN910
Preston Corporation 18, PRN910, seen in Preston Bus Station, was one of seven Leyland PD3/4s with Metro-Cammell H39/31F bodies new in October 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1972, Preston Bus Station
556. SBN763
On genuine cobbles and framed by owner's service van and Plaxton coach, SELNEC Northern 6663, SBN763, was an AEC Regent V 2D3RA / Metro Cammell H40/32F. It was new in 1961 as Bolton 163 and was third of the Corporation's six Regent Vs which transferred to the PTE in November 1969.
Photo taken Saturday 31 March 1973, Moor Lane Bus Station, Bolton
557. SBN764
AECs never really figured in the Bolton fleet; however in 1961 they bought six AEC Regent Vs with Metro Cammell bodywork. The former 164, SBN764, is seen wearing PTE livery in 1973.
Photo taken Thursday 17 May 1973, Moor Lane Bus Station, Bolton
558. SBN767
Bolton Corporation 167, SBN767, a 1961 AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell H40/30F bodywork, one of a small batch of six, the only AEC Regent Vs bought by Bolton.
Photo taken Sunday 3 August 1986, at Harrogate
559. SHE166
Yorkshire Traction 1178, SHE166, a 1961 Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/1 with Metro Cammell body.
Photo taken 2001, Meadowhall, Sheffield
560. SHE173
Pioneer SHE173, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/1 with Metro-Cammell B45F body, new in June 1961 to Yorkshire Traction as their 1185.
Photo taken King Street, Laugharne
561. UDR339
New in February 1961, Plymouth City Transport 139, UDR339, was a Leyland PDR1/1 Altantean with a Metro Cammell H44/33F body and was seen at the Plymouth Milehouse Garage.
Photo taken Sunday 19 May 1968, Milehouse Garage, Plymouth
562. UKG271
Lynch, Passage East, NKI839, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/2 built in 1961 with Metro-Cammell B41F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1975, Waterford
563. UKY123
Bradford City Transport 123, UKY123, an AEC Regent V 2D2RA built in 1961 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1971, Hall Ings, Bradford
564. XUH370
Cardiff 370, XUH370, a Leyland Titan PD2A/30 with Metro-Cammell H36/28R body, new in 1961.
Photo taken c. Oct 1971, Tudor Street, Cardiff
565. 302XRA
Chesterfield Transport 302, 302XRA, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1962 with Metro-Cammell H44/33F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1979, Chesterfield
566. 4594NE
Manchester Corporation 4594, 4594NE, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F body new in 1962
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
567. 4605NE
Former Manchester 4605, 4605NE, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX-30 built in 1962 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1973, Victoria Bus Station, Salford
568. 501KD
This is Liverpool's first Leyland Atlantean to their own design. There has been discussion on the message board about the merits or other wise of the design; certainlywhen new it was a major departure from the other rear engined designs on offer. L501, 501KD, dates from 1962 and has a Metro Cammell 76 seat body.
Photo taken 1996, Halifax
569. GHD763
Yorkshire W.D. 891, GHD763, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F, new in 1962.
Photo taken 1963, Leeds Road, Stump Cross, near Halifax
570. GHD765
Yorkshire Woollen bought both AEC and Leyland front entrance double deckers prior to switching to rear engined types in the mid-sixties. Seen here is DHD177, a 1959 AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell bodywork originally numbered 797 but renumbered in the sixties to 66. Alongside is 893, GHD765, a 1962 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro Cammell boywork.
Photo taken 1994, Halifax Bus Rally
571. GHD765
Yorkshire Woollen were firm Leyland users for many years but bought AEC Regents in the 1950s. In 1962 Leyland supplied a batch of Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro Cammell bodywork. 893, GHD765, shows off the spartan lines of these buses.
Photo taken 1992, Church Street Car Park, Halifax
572. GHD765
After buying several batches of AEC Regent Vs, Yorkshire Woollen switched back to Leyland Titans in 1962. GHD765, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro Cammell bodywork, was originally numbered 893 in the YWD fleet.
Photo taken 1972, Dewsbury
573. GHD765
Ex YWD 893, GHD765 a 1962 Leyland PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F body, seen here at the Dewsbury Bus Museum open day.
Photo taken Sunday 18 November 2012, Dewsbury Bus Museum
574. GHD765
GHD765, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro Cammell H39/31F body, new in 1962 to Yorkshire Woollen District as its 893, later renumbered 102, and then again to 511. It passed to coach operator Norman Boyes of Bradford in the mid-1970's, in whose livery it is seen here.
Photo taken 1977, Little Horton, Bradford
575. GHD765
Ex YWD 893, GHD765 a 1962 Leyland PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F body which survived by joining the fleet of Norman Boyes of Wyke, Bradford (we have many pictures of this bus on the site). It subsequently entered preservation but now appears to have found a new life in Krakow, Poland as a snack bar. Apart from the external blind and a few removable windows it appears to have been sympathetically adapted and thus capable of re-entering preservation. It also retains genuine YWD destination blinds.
Photo taken Friday 18 September 2015, Krakow, Poland
576. GHD769
Yorkshire Woollen District 106, GHD769, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F body, new in 1962 as 897 and renumbered in 1967.
Photo taken September 1970, (The original) Brighouse Bus Station
577. PDJ813
St. Helens Corporation L13, PDJ813, a Leyland Titan PD2A/30 with Metro Cammell H36/28R body, new in 1962.
Photo taken Sunday 5 July 1970, Jackson Street Garage
578. PDJ814
St Helens Corporation Transport 14, PDJ814, Leyland PD2 with Metro-Cammell body, new in 1962.
Photo taken 1972, Jackson Street Garage, St Helens
579. RCK920
Despite being early users of the Atlantean, Ribble returned to the tried and tested Titan for new deliveries in the early sixties. This Leyland Titan PD3/5 1775, RCK920, dates from 1962 and carries a Metro Cammell full front body.
Photo taken Sunday 24 April 2011, Brough
580. RCK920
A nearside view of Ribble Lyland Titan PD3/5 1775, RCK920, a 1962 example with full front Metro Cammell body. The unusual sliding door adopted by Ribble can be clearly seen.
Photo taken Sunday 29 May 2011, Marine Drive, Morecambe
581. RCK920
For many years Skipton was the most easterly outpost of the Ribble empire. 1775, RCK920, a 1962 Leyland Titan PD3/5 with full front Metro Cammell bodywork recalls those days as it swings out of Skipton bus station at the Aire Valley Running Day.
Photo taken Sunday 13 October 2013, Skipton Bus Station
582. RRN402
Ribble got long service from its early Atlanteans. Seen in Preston in 1980 is 1802, RRN402, a 1962 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell L39/31F. Alongside is Park Royal bodied Leyland Atlantean AN68/1R 1366, GBV145N, of 1974.
Photo taken Wednesday 14 May 1980, Preston Bus Station
583. RRN405
Ribble 1962 Metro-Cammell L39/33F bodied Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 1805, RRN405, at the Piece Hall, Halifax during the Heart Of The Pennines Rally.
Photo taken Sunday 27 October 2013, Piece Hall, Halifax
584. RRN410
Ribble 1810, RRN410, an Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell lowheight body built in 1962, passing the Western SMT garage in Lonsdale Street, Carlisle. 1810 has lost its traditional red and now in NBC colours. Western Leopard 1908, AAG101B, just manages into the shot.
Photo taken Aug 1974, Lonsdale Street, Carlisle
585. SDJ359
St. Helens 39, SDJ359, an AEC Regent V 2D3RV with Metro Cammell H36/28R body, new as L39 in 1962.
Photo taken Sunday 5 July 1970, St. Helens
586. TRJ112
Preserved Salford 112, TRJ112 a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H37/28R body, new in 1962.
Photo taken Sunday 17 May 2009, Bolton Day, Manchester Museum of Transport
587. TRJ115
SELNEC 4004, TRJ115, a Daimler CVG6 built in 1962 with Metro Cammell Orion H37/28R bodywork. Only the reflections on the side of 4004 gives away the fact that SELNEC had been in existence for some time. Paint must have been in short supply in Salford.
Photo taken June 1971, Victoria Bus Station, Salford
588. TRJ116
"Salford" 4005, TRJ116, a Daimler CVG6 had a Metro-Cammell H37/28R body and was seen in Victoria Bus Station in Salford.
Photo taken Thursday 13 August 1970, Victoria Bus Station, Salford
589. TRJ119
Salford's last rear entrance Daimler CVG6 entered service in 1962. They were bodied by Metro Cammell and seated 65. 119 TRJ119 is seen after the advent of SELNEC PTE carrying its new number 4008 but still wearing Salford livery.
Photo taken Tuesday 24 August 1971, Victoria Bus Station, Salford
590. TRJ124
SELNEC 4013, TRJ124, a Daimler CVG6 built in 1962 with Metro Cammell Orion H37/28R bodywork. New as Salford 124, this hardly betrayed the change in ownership when photographed by George.
Photo taken August 1970, Greengate, Salford
591. WJY758
Former Plymouth Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 no. 158, WJY758, now operated by Keighley Bus Museum Trust Ltd as No. 59, a 1962 model bodied by Metro-Cammell.
Photo taken Sunday 10 April 2005, Riverside, Dalton Lane, Keighley
592. WJY759
Plymouth 159, by this time renumbered 459, WJY759, and converted to open top, in the City Centre on the 54 City Centre-Sea Front Circular in summer 1986.
Photo taken Summer 1986, Plymouth
593. WJY759
Guide Friday, Stratford upon Avon, WJY759, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1962 with Metro-Cammell O44/33F bodywork.
Photo taken Stratford-upon-Avon
594. WJY760
A reminder of sunny summer days in Scarborough as Applebys open top Leyland Atlantean WJY760 picks up passengers on the south bay promenade. It was new as Plymouth's 160 in 1962 and carries Metro Cammell bodywork
Photo taken 1998, Foreshore Road, Scarborough
595. WJY760
Plymouth were early users of Leyland Atlanteans. 160, WJY760, dates from 1962 and carries a Metro Cammell body on a PDR1/1 chassis. The bus ran for some years in open top guise for Applebys of Scarborough.
Photo taken June 1991, Foreshore Road, Scarborough
596. WJY760
Plymouth 160, by this time renumbered 460, WJV760, and converted to open top, at the Bovisand terminus of the 53 City Centre-Bovisand in summer 1986.
Photo taken Summer 1986, Bovisand, Plymouth
597. YAK126
Bradford Corporation 126, YAK126, an AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell H39/31F body, new in 1962. 126 was initially numbered A126 to indicate age but this scheme was abandoned soon after this photo was taken.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Forster Square, Bradford
598. YAK131
West Yorkshire PTE (Bradford District) Training Bus 035 (YAK131), an AEC Regent V 2D2RA with Metro-Cammell body, new to Bradford City Transport (131) in 1962 (as H39/31F).
Photo taken July 1977, Bradford Interchange
599. YFR352
Blackpool 352, YFR352, a 1962 Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Metro Cammell full fronted bodywork.
Photo taken August 1973, Blackpool
600. 186DRY
Leicester 186, 186DRY, was one of a trio of Leyland Atlanteans with Metro Cammell bodywork bought for evaluation purposes in 1963. The coporation decided that the trusty Titan would remain the chassis of choice and no more Atlanteans were bought until the end of the sixties. 186 makes its way through central Leicester.
Photo taken Saturday 19 May 1979, Humberstone Gate, Leicester
601. 202BTP
Portsmouth Corporation 202, 202BTP, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell H43/33F bodywork, new in May 1963.
Photo taken early 1970s, Clarence Pier, Southsea
602. 204BTP
Stevenson, Uttoxeter, 14, 204BTP, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1963 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F bodywork. This had been new as Portsmouth Corporation 204.
Photo taken November 1977, Wetmore Bus Park, Burton
603. 206BTP
East Staffordshire DC 6, 206BTP, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1963 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F bodywork.
Photo taken November 1977, Station Street, Burton
604. 213BTP
Priory Coaches, Leamington Spa had 213BTP, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1963 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F bodywork.
Photo taken October 1984, Moreton-in-Marsh
605. 217BTP
Stevenson, Spath, 7, 217BTP, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1963 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F bodywork.
Photo taken November 1977, Burton Bus Station
606. 218BTP
Portsmouth Corporation 218, 218BTP, Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell H43/33F bodywork new in July 1963.
Photo taken early 1970s, Portsmouth
607. 248NEA
248NEA is West Bromwich 248, a 1963 Daimler CV6G with Metro Cammell Body.
Photo taken Monday 6 April 2015, A435 south of Wythall
608. 304XRA
Chesterfield 304, 304XRA, was a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with a Metro Cammell H44/33F body and is seen approaching Pond Street Bus Station in Sheffield.
Photo taken Saturday 17 April 1965, Harmer Lane, Sheffield
609. 309GON
Fifty Daimler CRG6s with Metro Cammell H39/33F bodies (3301-3350)were delivered in 1963 and 3309, 309GON, is seen here.
Photo taken Sunday 22 May 1966, High Street, Birmingham
610. 313CRW
Coventry Corporation 313, 313CRW, was a Daimler CVG6 with a Metro-Cammell H34/29R body new in 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 28 October 1967, Pool Meadow, Coventry
611. 325CRW
Coventry received twenty-five Metro-Cammell H34/29R bodied Daimler CVG6s in 1963 and 325, 325CRW, is seen here in Pool Meadow.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Pool Meadow
612. 333CRW
It is quite rare to have two consecutive bus numbers in preservation and even rarer to see them together. 333CRW and 334CRW are Coventry City Transport Daimler CVG6 with Metro Cammell bodies.
Photo taken Wednesday 15 March 2017, private site near Coventry
613. 333GON
West Midlands PTE 3333, 333GON, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1963 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F bodywork. This had been new to Birmingham.
Photo taken April 1977, Bull Street
614. 334CRW
Coventry City Transport 334, 334CRW, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro Cammell body new in 1963. Fully restored between 2006 and 2009.
Photo taken Saturday 24 March 2012, Bedworth
615. 334CRW
Coventry City Transport 334, 334CRW, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro Cammell body new in 1963.
Photo taken Sunday 4 November 2012, at Lincoln
616. 4358UP
Northern General 2058, 4358UP, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1963 with Metro-Cammell H44/33F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1970, South Burns, Chester-le-Street
617. 4628VM
Manchester Daimler Fleetline 4628, 4628VM based at the Department's Hyde Road garage in Ardwick, Manchester. The bus looks to be in nearly-new condition in this undated image taken at the Stockport Road/Apethorn Lane terminus of the 210 bus service from Manchester Piccadilly to the Gee Cross district of Hyde, Cheshire.
Photo taken c.1964, junction of Stockport Road/Apethorn Lane/Dowson Road in Hyde, Cheshire
618. 4632VM
Preserved Manchester 4632, 4632VM, a Daimler CVG6DD with Metro-Cammell H37/28R body, new in 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 14 October 2006, Manchester Museum of Transport
619. 4632VM
Manchester dual sourced from Leyland and Daimler in the fifties and sixties. Seen here are 4632, 4632VM, a 1963 Metro-Cammell bodied Daimler CVG6, one of Manchester's last batch of rear entrance Daimlers and 3460, PND460, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Metro-Cammell body dating from 1956.
Photo taken 1996, Huddersfield
620. 4639VM
GMT 3830, END830D a 1966 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/2 with Metro Cammell H43/32F body (hi res photo), 4639, 4639VM a 1963 Daimler CVG6/Metro Cammell H37/28R body and 3103, FRJ257D a 1966 Leyland PD2/40 with Metro Cammell H36/28F body, formerly Manchester 3830, 4639 and Salford 257.
Photo taken Tuesday 20 June 1978, Trafford Bar
621. 537KD
Liverpool L537, 537KD, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1963 with Metro-Cammell H43/34F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1970, South John Street, Liverpool
622. 609KD
Fylde 89, 609KD, formerly Liverpool City Transport 609 with Met-Cam body purchased to expand the demise of conductors, although neighbouring Blackpool were amongst the last to employ them on the buses. Nearing the end of the long straight road alongside the sand dunes between Starr Gate and St Annes.
Photo taken Monday 4 September 1978, Clifton Drive North, St Annes On Sea
623. 959FWJ
Sheffield were early buyers of Leyland Atlanteans. A substantial fleet had been built up by the time 959, 959FWJ, entered service in 1963. Metro Cammell bodied the Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 which is seen in South Yorkshire PTE livery in 1979.
Photo taken Monday 15 October 1979, Waingate, Sheffield
624. 978MDV
Devon General, Exeter 978, 978MDV, an A.E.C. MD3RV Regent V with a Metro Cammell H33/26F body, was seen in Exeter, having been new in June 1963.
Photo taken Sunday 19 May 1968, Exeter
625. HFT372
East Yorkshire 916, HFT372, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1963 with Metro-Cammell H44/31F bodywork. This had been new as Tynemouth & District 272.
Photo taken March 1975, Collier Street, Hull
626. HFT373
In an exchange involving a batch of six AEC Renowns, East Yorkshire purchased 20 former Tynemouth Daimler Fleetlines of varying vintages in 1972. Ten were the 1963 Metro-Cammell bodied batch formerly Tynemouth 266-275, HFT366-375 which became East Yorkshire 910-919. Needed to speed up OMO conversions, East Yorkshire 917 HFT373 is seen on the parking ground at the rear of Ferensway bus station, Hull with a selection of East Yorkshire and Hull Corporation vehicles visible in the background.
Photo taken Sunday 16 April 1978, Ferensway Bus Park, Hull
627. REN102
Slightly more successful than 101, Bury 102, REN102, was a Leyland PDR1/1 Atlantean with a Metro Cammell H41/33F body which was seen in Bolton.
Photo taken Wednesday 28 August 1963, Thynne Street, Bolton
628. REN104
Seen at Holcombe Brook near Bury on a gloomy January day in 1975 is a former Halifax Albion Nimbus, RJX258, that was with its fourth local authority owner having been operated by Halifax, Warrington and Ramsbottom before joining the PTE fleet in 1969. Alongside is a former Bury Atlantean, REN104.
Photo taken Thursday 16 January 1975, Holcombe Brook
629. REN116
Bury Corporation 116, REN116, a 1963 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell 74 seat boywork. It was part of a batch of 15 similar vehicles which passed into the SELNEC era to become 6316.
Photo taken August 2001, First Manchester Bolton Depot
630. REN116
Bury Corporation bought Leyland Atlanteans with Liverpool style Metro Cammell bodywork as their first rear engined buses. 116, REN116, is a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 dating from 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 31 October 2009, Victoria Station, Manchester
631. TCK815
Various Ribble Leyland Titan PD3/5 / Metro-Cammell FH41/31F including on the left 1815, TCK815.
Photo taken Wednesday 30 September 1981, Morecambe Depot Yard
632. TCK821
Former Ribble 1821, TCK821, a 1963 Leyland Titan PD3 with Metro Cammell body.
Photo taken Tuesday 1 January 2013, Winchester
633. TCK821
Ribble 1821, TCK821, Leyland Titan PD3/5 / Metro Cammell FH41/31F.
Photo taken Thursday 2 July 1981, Euston Road, Morecambe
634. TCK829
Ribble 1829, TCK829, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 with Metro-Cammell FH41/31F body, new in 1963.
Photo taken 1973, Liverpool, near the Pier Head
635. TCK837
Ribble 1837, TCK837, a Leyland Titan PD3 / Metro Cammell FH41/31F.
Photo taken Monday 1 September 1980, entering Talbot Road BS, Blackpool
636. TCK841
Preserved former Ribble 1841, now registered as AAO771A, a Leyland PD3 / Metro Cammell, new in 1963
Photo taken Sunday 26 June 2005, Blackpool
637. TCK841
This is a bus that has successfully passed the technical checkup in France as a Vintage Commercial Vehicle on 15th July. Assuming the fleet number is correct, its Ribble 1841, a Leyland PD3/5 with Metro Cammell FH41/31F body, new in May 1963 with registration TCK841.
Photo taken Tuesday 15 July 2014, France
638. TCK842
Ribble 1842, TCK842, a Leyland Titan PD3 / Metro Cammell H41/31F new in 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 6 September 1980, Ribble Morecambe Depot Yard
639. TCK850
Ribble 1850, TCK850, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 / Metro-Cammell FH41/31F.
Photo taken Thursday 2 July 1981, Scale Hall Lane, Lancaster
640. TCK850
Ribble 1850, TCK850, was numerically the last Leyland Titan PD3 new to Ribble.
Photo taken October 1976, Heysham Road, Morecambe
641. TRN386
Preston Corporation 84, TRN386, a 1963 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with front entrance Metro Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken 1977, Lancaster Road, Preston
642. TRN390
Preston Corporation 88, TRN390, one of seven new in November 1963, was a Leyland PD3A/1 with a Metro-Cammell H39/31F body and is seen in Preston Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1972, Preston Bus Station
643. UBN914
SELNEC Northern 6681, UBN914, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with Metro-Cammell FH41/31F body, new to Bolton Corporation (181) in 1963.
Photo taken 1972, Victoria Bus Station, Salford
644. UWH195
SELNEC UWH195, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell body of Liverpool style, new to Bolton as 195 in 1963.
Photo taken September 1971, Chorley New Road, Bolton
645. WRJ155
On the left is Salford City Transport 155, WRJ155, a Leyland Titan PD2/40 with Metro Cammell H36/28F body new in 1963 while across the road is St. Helens Corporation L49, FDJ349C, a Leyland Titan PD2A/30 with Metro Cammell H36/38R body new in 1965.
Photo taken 1969, Arpley Bus Station, Warrington
646. WRJ165
Salford City Transport 165, WRJ165, a Leyland PD2/40 with Metro-Cammell H36/28F body, photographed shortly after entering service.
Photo taken 1963, Victoria Bus Station
647. WRJ168
SELNEC 3019, WRJ168, a Leyland Titan PD2/40 built in 1963 with Metro Cammell Orion H36/28F bodywork. New as Salford 168, driver and conductor take a break before the run to Weaste.
Photo taken August 1970, Greengate, Salford
648. WRJ179
Salford bought many Leyland Titan PD2/40s with this style of Metro Cammell front entrance bodywork. 179, WRJ179, dates from 1963; similar buses were still being delivered as late as 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 31 October 2009, Eastlands Sports City, Manchester
649. WRJ179
Former Salford PD2 179, WRJ179. This passed to SELNEC/GMT as their 3030 and was bought by a group of people to re-certify and sell. The traditional Oldham livery layout in maroon and white was chosen mainly because it covered the GMT orange livery relatively easily.
Photo taken Sunday 22 January 1978, Greenfield, Saddleworth
650. WRJ182
SELNEC Central Bus Co. 3033, WRJ182, a Leyland Titan PD2/40 with Metro-Cammell H36/28F body, new to Salford City Transport in 1963 as its 182.
Photo taken March 1973, Rossall Way Shopping Centre, Pendleton
651. WRJ183
Salford 183, WRJ183, a Leyland PD2/40 with a Metro-Cammell H36/28F body is seen in the bus station in Salford.
Photo taken Thursday 29 August 1963, Bus Station, Salford
652. YKW136
Bradford 136, YKW136, an AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell H40/30F body, first numerically of a large batch of 60, new in 1963.
Photo taken 1966, Mill Lane, Bradford
653. YKW143
Bradford 143, YKW143, a 1963 AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell bodywork is passed by 1952 AEC Regent III 82, HKW82, with East Lancs bodywork. The Regent V carries an experimental livery with more cream that was tried in the late 1960s but not continued.
Photo taken 1968, Cooper Lane, Buttershaw
654. YKW155
WYPTE Bradford District 2155, YKW155, an AEC Regent V 2D3RA with Metro Cammell H40/30F body, new to Bradford City Transport in 1963.
Photo taken Mid-September 1975, Great Horton Road/Union Road, Bradford
655. 256TEA
Former West Bromwich Corporation 256, 256TEA, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H37/29R body, new in 1964, seen here in 1971 having passed into the ownership of the West Midlands P.T.E.
Photo taken Tuesday 10 August 1971, West Bromwich Bus Station
656. 358KOV
WMPTE 3358, 358KOV, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Metro-Cammell H43/33F body, new to Birmingham C.T. in 1964.
Photo taken Summer 1970, Birmingham
657. 3697VM
SELNEC ex Manchester 3697, 3697VM, a 1964 PD2/37 with Metro Cammell body at Glossop Norfolk Arms, the then (1974) terminus of route 236 from Manchester to Glossop previously the 6.
Photo taken early 1974, Norfolk Arms, Glossop
658. 3705VM
Seen in Cannon Street Bus Station is Manchester 3705, 3705VM, a Leyland PD2/37 with a Metro Cammell H37/28R body new in April 1964. The batch was fitted with a modified version of the Cave-Brown-Cave heating system as evidenced by the grills beside the destination blind. This batch, 3696-3720, were the last rear entrance vehicles delivered to Manchester, 3720 entering service in June 1964.
Photo taken Thursday 29 October 1964, Cannon Street Bus Station, Manchester
659. 3706VM
GMT 3706, 3706VM, a 1964 Leyland PD2/37/Metro Cammell ex-Manchester 3706.
Photo taken Friday 16 May 1980, Ashton Bus Station
660. 3706VM
Manchester took delivery of their last Titan in 1964. These were Leyland Titan PD2/37 with Metro Cammell bodywork with Manchester's very upright front profile. They were also fitted with a form of Cave-Brown-Cave heating hence the grills either side of the indicator. 3706, 3706VM, has appeared on SCT61 before wearing the garb of GMT.
Photo taken Saturday 3 December 2016, Manchester Museum of Transport
661. 3715VM
Manchester 3715, 3715VM, a Leyland PD2/37 with Metro-Cammell H37/28R body, new in 1964, and part of Manchester's last batch, 25 in all, of conventional rear entrance double deckers.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Portland Street, Manchester
662. 3718VM
Greater Manchester P.T.E, 3718, 3718VM, a Leyland PD2/37 with a Metro-Cammell H37/28R body is seen in Piccadilly, Manchester.
Photo taken Tuesday 6 August 1974, Piccadilly, Manchester
663. 3720VM
SELNEC Central Bus Co. 3720, 3720VM, a Leyland Titan PD2/37 with Metro Cammell H37/28R body, new to Manchester Corporation in 1964.
Photo taken 1973, Broad Street, Pendleton
664. 376DFR
The last few full-front buses with Blackpool just managed to see in the 'eighties. They were all from the 371-380 batch which were the only PD3As in the fleet with this style of bodywork, which didn't sit very well on the St. Helen's front. In January 1980 376, 376DFR, is serving as a shelter at Cabin, which was the end of a section of tramway reduced to single line for winter relaying.
Photo taken Wednesday 30 January 1980, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Queen's Promenade, Blackpool
665. 377DFR
Blackpool Corporation 377, 377DFR a 1964 Leyland PD3A/1/Metro-Cammell FH41/30R, on loan to Warrington.
Photo taken Saturday 22 July 1978, Merrick Close Terminus, Greenwood Crescent, near Padgate, Warrington
666. 6198KW
Bradford 198, 6198KW an AEC Regent V 2D3RA built in 1964 with Metro-Cammell H40/30F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1971, Tyrrel Street, Bradford
667. 6198KW
In April 1974 on the formation of the West Yorkshire PTE, the Bradford City Transport fleet was renumbered by the addition of 2000 to the fleet number. Initially renumbering used the traditional gold transfers until the supplies of number 2 ran out after which many buses were carefully signwritten with gold paint in the correct style but without black edging. This practice soon ceased however and once supplies of the Halifax style numbers were available many blue buses received white (and in some cases black) small front numbers.
Photo taken April 1974, Ludlam Street Depot
668. 6199KW
Bradford standardised on the AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell bodywork in the early sixties. 199, 6199KW, was one of the final batch dating from 1964.
Photo taken Tuesday 26 June 1973, Chester Street, Bradford
669. 6202KW
Originally Bradford 202, and later W.Y.P.T.E. 2202, 6202KW, an A.E.C. Regent V with a Metro-Cammell H40/30F body, was seen in Southampton Row in London with Measor, Marden who acquired in in June 1978 from Ementon, Cranfield.
Photo taken Saturday 19 August 1978, Southampton Row, London
670. 6213KW
WYPTE (Calderdale District) 2213, 6213KW, an AEC Regent V 2D3RA with Metro-Cammell H40/32F, new to Bradford C.T. in 1964 as 213.
Photo taken October 1975, Raw Lane terminus (Turner Avenue North/Dudley Crescent), Halifax
671. 6215KW
WYPTE Bradford District 2215, 6215KW, an AEC Regent V 2D3RA with Metro Cammell H40/30F body, new to Bradford City Transport in 1964.
Photo taken mid-September 1975, Forster Square, Bradford
672. 6218KW
Bradford 218, 6218KW, an AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell H40/30F body, new in April 1964, on driver training duties with soon to be replaced trolleybus 845 behind.
Photo taken January 1972, Thornton Road, Hoyle Ing Road/Spring Head Road
673. 6220KW
Bradford 220, 6220KW, AEC Regent V with Metro-Cammell 70 seat front entrance body, new in 1964, now owned by the Keighley Bus Museum Trust.
Photo taken Sunday 10 April 2005, at new Riverside Museum, Garage and Workshop, Keighley
674. 6220KW
Bradford City Transport 220, 6220KW, a 1964 AEC Regent V with Metro Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 8 May 2004, Pudsey
675. 6220KW
Bradford Corporation 220, 6220KW, a 1964 Metro-Cammell H40/30F bodied AEC Regent V 2D3RA waiting for its departure time at Dalton Lane, Keighley on the Keighley Bus Museum's Festival of Transport day on July 7th 2013. It was waiting to depart on the free service to Ingrow Station.
Photo taken Sunday 7 July 2013, at Dalton Lane, Keighley
676. 6220KW
Bradford 220, 6220KW, is the preserved Metro Cammell-bodied AEC Regent V, seen here during its early days of preservation at the erstwhile West Yorkshire Transport Museum at Ludlam Street, Bradford. It then became part of the ill-fated Transperience Museum fleet and is now at the Keighley Bus Museum.
Photo taken April 1988, Ludlam Street depot
677. 67UMN
Isle of Man Road Services 67, 67UMN, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1964 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken Monday 5 July 1976, St John's, IoM
678. 68UMN
Isle of Man RS 68, 68UMN, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1964 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R bodywork. Formerly registered 8MAN, it had been 61, becoming 58 in 1968 and then as above in 1970.
Photo taken July 1976, Douglas Bus Station
679. 8122MN
Douglas 1, 8122MN, an AEC Regent V 2D2RA built in 1964 with Metro-Cammell H37/27F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Douglas Bus Station, Isle of Man
680. ANA661B
GMT training bus 4661, ANA661B, a 1964 Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Metro-Cammell bodywork new to Manchester Corporation Transport, fronts a mixed line up of withdrawn and training buses orginating from several constituent municipalities.
Photo taken c.1980, Bennett St. Permanant Way Yard, Ardwick, Manchester
681. ANA679B
Manchester 4679, ANA679B, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Metro-Cammell H43/33F body, new in 1964, seen in the rain in August 1965 - note the waiting mother and daughter.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
682. ARJ197B
GMT 3046 and 3045, ARJ197B and ARJ196B, 1964 Leyland PD2/40s with Metro-Cammell H36/28F bodies originally Salford 197/196.
Photo taken Wednesday 21 March 1979, Piccadilly, Manchester
683. ARJ209B
Salford 209, ARJ209B, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell H44/33F body, new in 1964 and one of three Fleetlines and three Atlanteans bought that year for evaluation purposes
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Greengate
684. BBK236B
ex-Portsmouth Atlantean PDR1/1 236, BBK236B, with Metro-Cammell H43/33F body, new in September 1964
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 2004, Watercress Line Rally, Alton
685. BBK236B
Preserved Portsmouth Atlantean PDR1/1 236, BBK236B, with Metro-Cammell H43/33F body, new in September 1964
Photo taken Sunday 2 January 2011, The Broadway, Winchester
686. ABN226C
Bolton Corporation 226, ABN226C, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 of 1965 with Metro-Cammell H45/32F body
Photo taken 1966, Howell Croft Bus Station
687. ARN657C
Taylor Woodrow ARN657C, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1965 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1981, Heysham
688. ARN658C
Preston 73, ARN658C, a 1965 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with front entrance Metro Cammell bodywork reverses out of Preston bus station on a baking hot day in August 1973.
Photo taken Wednesday 22 August 1973, Preston Bus Station
689. BND730C
GMT 3730, BND730C a 1965 Leyland PDR1/2 with Metro-Cammell H43/32F bodywork originally Manchester 3730, 5015, 115JBU Leyland Tiger Cub - 1965 despite the registration? with Pennine B41D bodywork originally Oldham 115 and 4188, DDB188C a 1965 Daimler Fleetline with Alexander H44/31F bodywork, originally North Western 188 and one of those that had a wide window pillar towards the rear downstairs for an experimental heating/ventilation system.
Photo taken Wednesday 17 May 1978, Charles Street depot, Stockport
690. BND762C
Manchester 1333, ONE733 alongside 3762, BND762C, the first a BUT/Burlingham trolleybus near the end of its days, the other a Leyland Atlantean with Metro-Cammell H43/33F body
Photo taken probably 31 May 1966, Stevenson Square, Manchester
691. BND762C
Seen in Piccadilly, Manchester was "Manchester" 3762, BND762C, a Leyland PDR1/2 Atlantean with a Metro-Cammell H43/33F body.
Photo taken Thursday 13 August 1970, Piccadilly, Manchester
692. BND783C
GMT 3783, BND783C a 1965 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/2 with Metro Cammell H43/33F body, originally MCTD 3783.
Photo taken Wednesday 2 August 1978, Brooklands, Briarwood Avenue
693. CEA262C
West Bromwich Corporation 262, CEA262C, a Daimler CVG6 with Metro-Cammell H41/33R body, new in 1965, the first of a batch of seven
Photo taken c.1966, West Bromwich
694. CEA263C
West Midlands 263H, CEA263C, a Daimler CVG6-30 built in 1965 with Metro-Cammell H41/33R bodywork.
Photo taken April 1977, Fisher Street Bus Station, Dudley
695. CFR582C
Blackpool 382, CFR582C, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell 71 seat body on a very cold Easter on town service 23. Not many visitors about that day! The livery at this time was all over cream.
Photo taken Thursday 27 March 1975, North Pier, Blackpool
696. CFR585C
Blackpool 385, CFR585C, a 1965 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro Cammell bodywork awaits departure from Blackpool bus station. This batch of Titans were the first half cab double deckers delivered to Blackpool since pre-war days.
Photo taken August 1973, Blackpool
697. CFR590C
In the paint shop on 1st February 1982 is Blackpool 390, CFR590C. Blackpool's PD3s became quite famous in their later years in a green and cream livery and it may be surprising to realise that this first repaint into anything other than all over cream was as late as 1982.
Photo taken Monday 1 February 1982, Blackpool
698. CFR590C
Blackpool's PD3s seemed well-finished inside and were enhanced by a translucent roof. Seen here is 390, CFR590C, a 1965 Leyland PD3A/1/Metro-Cammell H41/30R.
Photo taken Monday 31 May 1982, Somewhere in the Cleveleys area
699. CFR590C
Blackpool 390, PD3A/1 CFR590C heads through the town centre towards Halfway House on the service 22A from Cleveleys in hot weather.
Photo taken Summer 1983?, Blackpool Town Centre
700. CFR595C
Redcar Marines Juvenile Jazz Band CFR595C, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1965 with Metro-Cammell H41/30R bodywork. This had been new as Blackpool 395 and was still working beside the sea in Redcar.
Photo taken August 1979, Warrenby, Redcar
701. CFR596C
Blackpool Corporation 396, CFR596C, a Leyland Titan PD3 with Metro Cammell H41/30R body.
Photo taken Monday 1 September 1980, North Park Drive entrance to Stanley Park, Blackpool
702. CKF704C
Liverpool were one of the first operators to try to break the mould of the box on wheels appearance of the early rear engined chassis. They adopted this Metro Cammell design as their standard from the early 1960s. L704, CKF704C, is a 1965 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell 78 seat body.
Photo taken August 1989, Harrogate
703. CKF728C
Isle of Man Road Services C57MAN, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1965 with Metro-Cammell H43/35F bodywork. New as Liverpool L728 registered CKF728C, it passed to Merseyside PTE but still gives the odd clue to its ancestry.
Photo taken July 1985, Douglas Station Yard
704. CKF732C
Merseyside PTE L732, CKF732C, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell H43/35F body, new to Liverpool Corporation in 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 1971, Pier Head, Liverpool
705. CKF732C
Unidentified owner in Isle of Man, A518MAN, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1965 with Metro-Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken July 1985, near Snaefell
706. DAU442C
The second batch of Nottingham Atlanteans had Metro-Cammell H44/33F bodies on PDR1/2 chassis and 442, DAU442C is seen in central Nottingham
Photo taken Sunday 15 August 1965, Angel Row, Nottingham
707. DBA213C
Salford City Transport 213, DBA213C, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F body, new in 1965
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
708. DBA214C
Salford City Transport 214, DBA214C, a 1965 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell bodywork and Lancs United 43, 543RTB, a 1961 Guy Arab IV also with Metro Cammell bodywork at the Greater Manchester Transport Museum.
Photo taken Saturday 20 May 2006, Manchester Museum of Transport
709. DBA217C
Lancaster City Transport bought a number of second hand double deckers in the 1970s. Two seen here are 217, DBA217C, a 1965 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell bodywork that originated with Salford and 768, ORC768, a 1959 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with lowbridge Weymann bodywork which came from Trent.
Photo taken 1978, Hornsea Pottery, Lancaster
710. DBA224C
Having apparently suffered a spot of mechanical bother, GMT 3070, DBA224C, a 1965 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro-Cammell bodywork and formerly Salford City Transport 224 lies dumped in an obscure corner of the yard.
Photo taken c.1980, Bennett St. Permanant Way Yard, Ardwick, Manchester
711. DBA228C
When Lancaster bought a batch of ex Salford Atlanteans from GMT in 1978, a few entered service in their previous owners orange and white colours with a City of Lancaster Tilling style fleetname. 228, DBA228C, is a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken 1978, Morecambe Depot
712. DBA228C
Lancaster 228, DBA228C, is a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Metro Cammell bodywork new to Salford City Transport. Purchased by Lancaster in 1978 it was subsequently converted to open top for the sea front service to Happy Mount Park and for a while carried this advertising livery for Sealink ferries. The picture was taken on the occasion of the Potteries Bus Rally at PMT's now closed Hanley depot in June 1982.
Photo taken June 1982, Hanley Bus Depot
713. DNF708C
The former M.C.T.D/S.E.L.N.E.C./G.M.T. Daimler Fleetline no.4708 parked in a storage compound in the U.S., possibly in the Palm Springs area and after purchase by preservationists in the late '90s. (the sprayed-on '61373' is actually the chassis number).
Photo taken late '90s
714. CUB340C
Leeds 340, CUB340C, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1, with bodywork started by Weymann but completed by Metro Cammell after the Weymann factory closed down. Despite its delivery date (Oct 1966) it retained the 1965 registration plate allocated the year before.
Photo taken c.1967/8, York Street, outside Leeds Central Bus Station
715. END832D
GMT 3832, END832D a 1966 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/2/Metro-Cammell H43/32F originally Manchester City Transport.
Photo taken Wednesday 18 April 1979, Sharston, Manchester
716. END834D
Manchester took 3801-60, END801D etc, low height Leyland Atlantean PDR1/2 models with Metro Cammell H43/32F bodies in 1966. The same fleet numbers applied on transfer to SELNEC PTE in November 1969, and END834D new in August 1966 had gained SELNEC Central livery when photographed in 1973.
Photo taken Friday 17 August 1973, Corporation Street, Manchester
717. END857D
SELNEC 3857, END857D, 1966 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/2/Metro-Cammell H43/33F and others seen at the annual pantomime at the now demolished Davenport Cinema - or Theatre as it sometimes styled itself. It always brought a wide variety of buses from the north-west to the Saturday matinees and the car park would usually yield some interesting vehicles.
Photo taken Saturday 6 January 1973, Davenport Theatre, Stockport
718. FRJ234D
SELNEC Central 3080, FRJ234D, a Leyland Titan PD2/40 with Metro-Cammell H36/28F body, new in 1966 to Salford City Transport (as 234).
Photo taken March 1973, Whit Lane/Broughton Road, near Pendleton
719. FRJ243D
Former Salford 243, FRJ243D, a Leyland PD2/40 with Metro-Cammell H38/32F body, new in April 1966
Photo taken Wednesday 22 September 2010, Bressingham Gardens
720. FRJ244D
Seen in Victoria Bus Station in Salford is "Salford" 3090, FRJ244D, a Leyland PD2/40 with a Metro-Cammell H36/28F body.
Photo taken Thursday 13 August 1970, Victoria Bus Station, Salford
721. FRJ244D
GMT 3090 and 3113, FRJ244D and JRJ267E, 1966/7 Leyland PD2/40s with Metro-Cammell H36/28F bodywork originally Salford 244 and 267
Photo taken Sunday 18 February 1979, Station Road, Swinton
722. FRJ253D
SELNEC Central orange & white as intended - 3099, FRJ253D, was a Leyland Titan PD2/40 with Metro Cammell H36/28F body new as Salford 253 in April 1966.
Photo taken Friday 17 August 1973, Grosvenor Street, Manchester
723. FRJ257D
GMT 3830, END830D a 1966 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/2 with Metro Cammell H43/32F body (hi res photo), 4639, 4639VM a 1963 Daimler CVG6/Metro Cammell H37/28R body and 3103, FRJ257D a 1966 Leyland PD2/40 with Metro Cammell H36/28F body, formerly Manchester 3830, 4639 and Salford 257.
Photo taken Tuesday 20 June 1978, Trafford Bar
724. GND109E
Grenda Bus Services, Melbourne 36, LUZ-944. was a Leyland PSUR1/1R Panther with an MCW B44D body which had been new as Manchester 109, GND109E and which passed to Selnec on 1st November 1969 becoming number 63. Alongside is Grenda Bus Services, Melbourne 39, LTO-259
Photo taken May 1976