SCT '61 Photo Index
Albion
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1. SB2399
Albion SB2399 from 1926 but further details not known. Photo purchased from source marked Dunoon and the garage sign reads Michael Antonelli.
2. CP7577
Hebble 113, CP7577, an Albion PM28 built in 1929 and rebodied B30F by ECOC in 1934.
Photo taken 1934, Lowestoft
3. RG1173
Preserved Aberdeen RG1173, fleet number 79, an Albion PM28 with Walker B31R body, built in April 1930 and seen at Duxford Showbus 2004.
Photo taken Sunday 26 September 2004, Duxford
4. GG944
Recent comments about St Enoch Square (here) prompted speculation about Beardmore building taxis as well as ships. GCT 318 was the only 1930 Leyland Titan to be fitted with a "heavy oil engine" manufactured by Beardmore as an experiment, and GCT ordered 30 to be installed in the forthcoming Albion Venturer SP81 buses in 1935. 1-30 had Gardner engines and 31-50 had Beardmore 6-cylinder engines built at Dalmuir but production was ceased due to reliability problems and by 1940, all had been replaced by Leyland.
Photo taken 1934, unknown
5. LJ9501
Albion chassis were popular prior to the second world war. This Albion Valiant PV70 was one of the last built in 1934. New to Charlie's Cars of Bournemouth as their 57, LJ9501, it carries a post war Harrington body.
Photo taken Sunday 1 August 2010, Harrogate
6. LJ9501
Seen on Charlie's Cars 57, LJ9501, a 1934 Albion Valiant with post war Harrington bodywork is the famous Harrington dorsal fin roof
Photo taken Sunday 1 August 2010, Harrogate
7. LJ9501
Preserved Albion Valiant PV70 LJ9501, new in 1934 to Charlie's Cars of Bournemouth as their 57, with a post war Harrington body.
Photo taken Saturday 25 June 2011, Kelsall
8. AAA756
Preserved King Alfred AAA756, an Albion Victor with Abbott C20C body new in 1935 which became part of the FoKAB fleet in September 2012.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 January 2014, Winchester Bus Station
9. SO5191
Alongside Moore, Saffron Walden (Viceroy) GCE413 are seen SO5191, UF7428 and, in the corner, UR7035. GCE413 was a Bedford OB with a Thurgood C29F body withdrawn in April 1958 while SO5191 was an April 1935 Albion SpPW67 Valkyrie with a Cadogan -32- body acquired in 8/40, rebuilt by Thurgood to B35R and withdrawn in 10/55. It had been new to Elgin & District, passing to Alexander F83 in 11/35.
Photo taken Sunday 5 July 1959, Saffron Walden
10. 1559
Watsons Greys of Guernsey 1559, a 1936 Albion rebodied in 1955 with a Reading B32F body and gaining a Morris engine/radiator in 1963. Seen here in the owners garden where he kindly moved it so that I could photograph this lovely bus
Photo taken 1976, Guernsey
11. CRA622
E.Naylor and Sons, Alfreton CRA622, an Albion Victor new in May 1936 with a Burlingham C30F body.
Photo taken November 1949
12. XS4772
XS4772 an Albion CX19 was new in 1938 with an English Electric H30/26R body with Young's Bus Service, Paisley. It passed with the business to Western S.M.T. in January 1951 and was numbered 2111. In March 1953 it was fitted with a new Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body and was withdrawn in 1961. It is recorded as being acquired by Dunoon Motor Services in July 1962 but was photographed with them in Dunoon a month before this date by John.
Photo taken Monday 11 June 1962, Hunter's Quay, Dunoon
13. XS4774
New in 1938 with an English Electric H30/26R body with Young's Bus Service, Paisley XS4774 passed with the business to Western S.M.T. in January 1951 and was numbered 2113. In March 1953 it was fitted with a new Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body and was withdrawn in 1961. It was acquired by Dunoon Motor Services in May 1962 and is seen in Dunoon the following month.
Photo taken Monday 11 June 1962, Hunter's Quay, Dunoon
14. GNU184
Naylor, Alfreton GNU184, an Albion with Willowbrook C39F body, new in February 1939.
Photo taken 1951
15. NS1714
Albion single decker NS1714, new in 1939
16. DYG53
South Yorkshire DYG53, a 1940 Albion Valkyrie CX13, rebodied in October 1957 with a 33 seat Burlingham body that was supplied new in 1950 on JWT112, an Albion CX39 which in turn was rebodied as a double decker.
Photo taken Sunday 3 August 2008, Trans-Pennine Rally, Harrogate
17. DYG53
South Yorkshire 57, DYG53, a 1940 Albion Valkyrie CX13 with a C33F 1950 Burlingham body fitted in 1957. This bus has a complex history of rebodying involving other vehicles!
Photo taken Monday 29 August 2011, Seaburn Show Field, Sunderland
18. DYG53
Offside view of South Yorkshire 57, DYG53, a 1940 Albion Valkyrie CX13 with a C33F 1950 Burlingham body fitted in 1957.
Photo taken Monday 29 August 2011, Seaburn Show Field, Sunderland
19. DYG53
An annual event in Birmingham was during my University days - The Newhall Street Traction Engine Rally held in conjunction with The Birmingham Science Museum - a proper science museum - none of this virtual museum or touch screens. A museum where you could see and learn so much. The Rally expanded over the years to include other road transport. It was held on a Sunday and the vehicles did a procession around the local streets, which were all closed, and back to Newhall Street including the traction engines. Here is a half cab from South Yorkshire fleet number 57, DYG53, a 1940 Albion Valkyrie CX13 with a C33F 1950 Burlingham body fitted in 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 18 June 1972
20. EAX641
Laurie, Hamilton (t/a Chieftain) 57, EAX641, seen at the garage, was one of three Albion CX13s with Duple L30/26R bodies new in 1941 which were acquired in 1955 from Red & White, Chepstow L541 (EAX633), L241 (EAX641) and L441 (EAX642) to which Laurie gave fleet numbers 52, 54 and 53 respectively.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Hamilton Garage
21. FAX311
Bought by Ledgards in 1959 was this Albion Valkyrie CX13 with BBW (Bristol Tramways Bodybuilding Works) rear entrance bodywork, FAX311. It was one of 5 bought from Red and White all of which dated from 1946. It lasted until 1962 and was scrapped shortly after
Photo taken c.1960, Station Parade, Harrogate
22. CST890
Albion coach reg. no. CST890 (according to the back of the photo) but help required on further details. The Riley car is a rare model.
23. GWT630
South Yorkshire Motors 61, GWT630, was an Albion CX13 with Burlingham C33F body new in 1947 and is seen here behind the garage in Pontefract.
Photo taken Saturday 8 September 1956, Pontefract Garage
24. GWT630
Preserved South Yorkshire Motors 61, GWT630, is an Albion CX13 with a Burllingham C33F body from 1947.
Photo taken Sunday 5 May 1968, A23, South of Crawley
25. GWT631
South Yorkshire Motors 56 and 81, GWT631 and TWY8, are seen in the Central Bus Station in Leeds. 56 was a Strachan L27/28R bodied Albion CX19 whilst 81 was the Roe L27/26RD rebodied single-deck Albion CX39N chassis.
Photo taken Monday 15 September 1958, Leeds Central Bus Station
26. CST650
New to Macrae & Dick, Inverness in 1948, CST650 became Highland Omnibuses A112 when the business was formed in February 1952. It was an Albion CX9 with a Brockhouse B35F body seen at Farraline Park Bus Station, Inverness.
Photo taken Saturday 25 July 1959, Farraline Park Bus Station, Inverness
27. GWO884
Seen at the Bus Station in Cheltenham is GWO884, number L79 in the Cheltenham & District fleet. This was an Eastern Coachworks L27/28R bodied Albion CX19 Venturer new as Red & White 884 in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 5 September 1964, Cheltenham Bus Station
28. GWO884
GWO884, Cheltenham District L79 seen at the garage at Cheltenham. It was an Albion CX19 Venturer with E.C.W. L27/28R body new as Red & White 884 in 1948 and transferred to Cheltenham in March 1950 as number 79.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Cheltenham Garage
29. GWT630
South Yorkshire bought this Albion Valkyrie CX13, GWT630, in 1948 and fitted a Burlingham coach body. Now fully restored it is seen at the Aire Vally Running Day.
Photo taken Sunday 11 October 2009, Bolton Abbey Station
30. GWT630
South Yorkshire of Pontefract were keen Albion users for many years. 61, GWT630, dates from 1948 and is a Burlingham bodied Albion Valkyrie CX13.
Photo taken Saturday 13 October 2012, Pudsey
31. HUP236
Preserved Economic (Wilson), Whitburn, 7, HUP236, an Albion Valiant CX39N built in 1948 with Associated Coach Builders C33F bodywork.
Photo taken c.1987, High Street, Stockton
32. 732
Watsons Greys of Guernsey 732, a 1949 Albion FT3AB with Reading B36F bodywork seen here in St Peter Port Bus Station
Photo taken 1976, St Peter Port Bus Station
33. 732
This is an Albion Victor with a Reading B36F body. The Guernsey registration is 732. Seen at St. Peter Port and operated by Watson Brothers of Guernsey.
Photo taken August 1966, St. Peter Port, Guernsey
34. EGA79
Glasgow Corporation B92, EGA79, the well known Albion CX37s with Croft H30/26R, from 1949, now with Glasgow Museums has been displayed at the City's transport museums since 1964, makes the occasional outing and is seen at Larkfield Garage yard in April 1975, whilst in preparation for the Lord Provost's procession of that year.
Photo taken Wednesday 30 April 1975, Larkfield Garage yard, Victoria Road, Glasgow
35. EGA85
Glasgow B98, EGA85, was an Albion CX37S new in 1949 with a Croft H30/26R body, one of ten such buses.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, West George Street, Glasgow
36. 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
37. HOR755
A 1949 Albion Coach, HOR755, from Derek's collection but he cannot find any other details in his records
38. LNK22
Another splendid vehicle used during this tour was Dye's of Hertford LNK22, a 33 seater Albion Valkyrie locally bodied by Thurgood of Ware new at the end of 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 1965, Welwyn
39. TWY8
South Yorkshire 81, TWY8, an Albion Valiant CX39N was originally a 1949 coach. In 1958 it was rebodied as a lowbridge decker by Roe in which guise it is seen here.
Photo taken 1969, Leeds Central Bus Station
40. FVA854
Albion Valiant CX39N with Duple body of 1950, FVA854 was originally owned by Hutchison of Overtown although recently it has acquired Western SMT livery.
Photo taken Sunday 8 April 2007, Kirkby Stephen
41. GOW111
GOW111, seen in Windsor was an Albion Valiant CX39 new in 1950 with a Reading DP33F body which came to Blue Bus, Slough from Easson, Southampton in July 1958. Blue Bus ran a daily service from Windsor to Maidenhead although this one is showing Eton College as the destination for another of its services. Behind is Dennis Falcon HNT886.
Photo taken Saturday 23 June 1962, St Alban's Street, Windsor
42. JWR875
South Yorkshire 72, JWR875, was an Albion Venturer CX37S with a Strachan L55R body dating from 1950.
Photo taken 1965, Horse Fair, Pontefract
43. KSM655
Seen outside the Western S.M.T. office in Dumfries is Gibson, Moffatt KSM655, which was an Albion FT39N with a Scottish Aviation C31F body new to him in 1950. Some four years after this photograph was taken it had passed to Carmichael (contractor), Lochgilphead.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
44. KSM655
Seen in Dumfries was KSM655 an Albion FT39N with a Scottish Aviation C31F body new to Gibson, Moffatt in 1950. Some four years after this photograph was taken it had passed to Carmichael (contractor), Lochgilphead.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
45. KUP799
This Albion Valiant CX38N was new to north east independent Economic of Whitburn in 1950. Numbered 10, KUP799, in the Economic fleet, rare ACB is carried. This coach later ran for Don Everall of Wolverhampton and is now preserved.
Photo taken Sunday 4 April 2010, Brough
46. KUP799
Economic, Whitburn, KUP799 was numbered 10 in the fleet of E W Wilson. It is an Albion Valiant CX39N with C33F bodywork by local firm Associated Coach Builders.
Photo taken c.2007, Bents Park, South Shields
47. LDD455
Way of Credition were the original owner of this 1950 Albion Victor with Duple 31 seat coachwork, LDD455. It is seen descending the slope to the site of the earliest Trans Pennine Rallies in Harrogate.
Photo taken Sunday 6 August 1972, Harrogate
48. LOD495
Preserved Albion Victor FT39N with Duple C31F bodywork, LOD495, in the livery of Carmel Coaches of Exeter at the Heathfield Depot of Grey Cars on the occasion of the Grey Cars centenary.
Photo taken Saturday 27 April 2013, Grey Cars Heathfield Depot
49. TWY8
South Yorkshire bought this Albion Valiant CX39N as a coach with a Burlingham body in 1950. In 1958 the chassis was used as the basis for a new Roe bodied double decker which became 81, TWY8, in the South Yorkshire fleet.
Photo taken Sunday 19 September 2010, Meadowhall, Sheffield
50. TWY8
South Yorkshire Motors, Pontefract 81, TWY8, seen here at Madeira Drive, Brighton carried a Roe L27/26RD body after rebodying in 1958. The Albion CX39N had been new to South Yorkshire as JWT112 in 1950 when it carried fleet number 57 and a Burlingham C33F body.
Photo taken Sunday 6 May 1973, Madeira Drive, Brighton
51. TWY8
Making a hasty exit from Marsh Gate Bus Station at Doncaster is South Yorkshire 81, TWY8, the Albion CX39N which started life as a Burlingham bodied coach numbered 57 and was rebodied in 1958 with a Roe L27/26RD body.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Marsh Gate Bus Station, Doncaster
52. TWY8
South Yorkshire 81, TWY8, a 1950 Albion Valiant CX39N rebodied in 1958 with a Roe L27/26RD body
Photo taken Sunday 27 May 2012, Pontefract Bus Station
53. TWY8
South Yorkshire Motors 81, TWY8, a 1950 Albion Valiant CX39N rebodied in 1958 with an L27/26RD body by Roe in Pontefract Bus Station. Taken towards the end TWY's working days in June 1970, it was saved for preservation.
Photo taken Saturday 13 June 1970, Pontefract Bus Station
54. EST491
Seen at the Coalhall yard of Keenan was this Albion Valkyrie, EST491, with Brockhouse body which was one of a pair EST491/2 new in 1951 to Robertson, Strathglass both of which were acquired by Keenan in 1959. This one was last licensed in May 1963 and both passed to the Scottish Railway Preservation Society by January 1979 although this one was still derelict in Keenan's yard in July 1981.
Photo taken Thursday 6 August 1970, Coalhall yard
55. LAO150
Bannatyne was an operator on the Isle of Arran, where restrictions on the width of buses lasted for several years. LAO150 is at Blackwaterfoot and it was photographed at Lochranza the same day, so I suspect it was an Omnibus Society Tour. Apart from being an Albion, I have no further details noted although the registration was issued by Carlisle.
Photo taken 1968, Blackwaterfoot, Arran
56. LAO630
Henderson of Alston, LAO630, an Albion Victor FT39N built in 1951 with Duple C31F bodywork, the whole weighing in at 5tons 6cwt. Subsequently preserved but with an open radiator and, in the view of the photographer, looking better as seen here (even if in need of restoration).
Photo taken August 1972, Garage, Alston
57. NJH150
Dyes of Hertford NJH150, a 1951 Albion HD61N with locally built Thurgood FC37F coachwork seen at Hertford bus station during the same enthusiasts tour described on other postings in June 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 1965, Hertford Bus Station
58. 3992
Ex Watson's 21 (3992) was an Albion Victor FT39N/Reading B36F new in 1952 and withdrawn by GR in 1980. This and this and a Guernsey Railways Albion are seen at the very pleasant bus station in St Peter Port, the Island's main town.
Photo taken August 1978, St. Peter Port, Guernsey
59. 3992
Watsons Greys of Guernsey 3992 a 1952 Albion FT39N with Reading B36F body. The destination blind states TOWN which is how St Peter Port was shown on all bus services
Photo taken 1976, Pleinmont, Guernsey
60. 3992
Watson, St. Martin 3992 was an Albion FT39N with a Reading B36F body new in 1952 seen here at Pleinmont.
Photo taken Saturday 26 May 1973, Pleinmont
61. NTJ526
Bailey, Turvey acquired NTJ526 from Hood, Morecambe in February 1959. It was an Albion FT39N Victor with Duple FC33F body which had been new to Battersby, Morecambe in March 1952 and is seen in Bedford.
Photo taken Saturday 6 February 1960, The Broadway, Bedford
62. 1787
The little Watson's Garage Ltd finally sold out to Guernsey Railway Co Ltd in February 1978. 20 (1787) was a 1954 Albion Victor FT39AN with Reading B36F body (to a square style, not the older-looking curved design favoured by Guernsey Motors/Railways). It never gained GR colours, being sold in 1980 for preservation on the mainland although it subsequently returned to Guernsey.
Photo taken August 1978, Guernsey
63. 1787
Watsons Greys of St Martins. Guernsey 1787 a 1954 Albion FT39AN with Reading B36F body. Watsons Greys were bought by Guernsey Railway in 1978.
Photo taken 1976, Pleinmont, Guernsey
64. ORU263
Harrington bodied Albions formed the core of Charlies Cars fleet and this is 68, ORU263, an FT39AL with FC35F body new in 1954 and seen on hire to Western/Southern National at Victoria Coach Station.
Photo taken Saturday 24 June 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
65. 6768
Guernsey Railway 66, reg.no.6768 and Guernsey 57, reg.no.2616, Albion Victor FT39ANs with Heaver B35F body, 66 new in May 1955 and 57 in 1956.
Photo taken August 1978, St. Peter Port Bus Station, Guernsey
66. 6769
Guernsey 55, reg.no.6769 and Guernsey 60, reg.no.9434. 55 was an Albion Victor FT39AN with a Heaver B35F body new in May 1955 while 60 was an Albion NS3N with a Reading B35F body, new in 1960.
Photo taken August 1978, St. Peter Port, Guernsey
67. 8226
Guernsey Albion's 76, reg 8226, and 94, reg 12726 with Reading B35F body new in 1963.
Photo taken Wednesday 23 August 1978, Grandes Roqcues, Guernsey
68. LVA872
Gibson, Moffatt LVA872, an Albion FT39AL with a Duple C35F body was acquired in April 1961 from Hutchison, Overtown to whom it had been new in 1955. It is seen outside the Western S.M.T. office in Dumfries.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
69. 1982
Guernsey Motors 70 an Albion Victor FT39AN with Heaver B35F body new about 1956 seen in St Peter Port Bus Station.
Photo taken 1976, St. Peter Port Bus Station, Guernsey
70. 1982
Guernsey Motors and Guernsey Railways were a jointly run company who for a number of years used different liveries for the two branches of the company. Seen at St Peter Port in 1977 is a red Albion Victor with Heaver bodywork of the Motors fleet, 70, 1982, and a Bedford J4E25 with Reading body which has more than a passing resemblance to the Victor, 105, 19663. The Albion dates from the late fifties and the Bedford from the mid sixties
Photo taken 1978, St. Peter Port, Guernsey
71. J1411
Jersey Motor Transport 40, J1411, an Albion Victor FT39KAN with Reading FB39F body, new in 1958
Photo taken July 1968, St. Helier Weighbridge approach, Jersey
72. YFO127
Preserved former Guernsey Motors 77, YFO127 (the original Guernsey registration was 8227), a Reading-bodied Albion Victor, new in 1958
Photo taken Sunday 2 April 2006, Wisley Aerodrome
73. 4600NX
Wheildon, Castle Donington operated this Albion VT17L Victor with Yeates Europa C41F body, 4600NX. New in 1960 to Court, Chapel End it was the only VT17L to be bodied by Yeates. It is seen here at Gilwell Park, Epping on the occasion of a Scout/Cub weekend camp.
Photo taken Saturday 5 July 1969, Gilwell Park, Epping
74. 9434
Guernsey Railway 60, reg.no.9434, an Albion NS3N with a Reading B35F body, new in 1960.
Photo taken Tuesday 29 August 1978, Cobo Bay, Guernsey
75. HK4558
Kowloon Motor Bus L57, HK4558, an Albion Victor VT17AL built in 1961 with British Aluminium Company B37D+19 bodywork.
Photo taken July 1981, Kowloon, Yuen Long?
76. 167FVD
Wilson of Carnwath 167FVD, a Albion Victor VT21L built in 1963 with Duple Firefly C41F bodywork. New to Irvine of Salsburgh.
Photo taken August 1978, Carnwath
77. 7589TF
J Fishwick & Sons, Leyland, C3, 7589TF, an Albion Victor VT21L built in 1963 with Duple Firefly C41F bodywork. Fishwick's coach livery always seemed more attractive than their bus one.
Photo taken June 1972, Redcar Racecourse
78. 8226
1963 Albion Victor of Guernsey Railways with Reading body. Numbered 78 it carried the Guernsey registration 8226. It is seen waiting time at St Peter Port in 1978
Photo taken 1978, St. Peter Port, Guernsey
79. XFY675
Hylton Castle Coaches, Sunderland, XFY675, an Albion Victor VT21L built in 1963 with Plaxton Embassy II C41F bodywork, the combination weighing just short of 6 tons. This was new to Lawrenson of Bootle.
Photo taken June 1974, Redcar Racecourse
80. AD7213
Kowloon Motor Bus L196, AD7213, an Albion Chieftain CH13AXL built in 1965 with Metal Sections B27D+14 bodywork, presumably ordered to satisfy a requirement for something rugged. This was withdrawn the following year and converted to a service lorry, a use to which it would have been well suited.
Photo taken July 1981, Yuen Long, Kowloon
81. DXA411C
Between 1965 and 1969 Alexander's (Fife) took delivery of 48 Albion Vikings which were spread amongst the company's depots. By contrast Midland took 75 during the same period and Northern 88 between 1965 and 1970, to which they added a further 6 coaches transferred from Eastern Scottish in 1972. FNV11, DXA411C, was an Albion VK43L with Alexander C40F bodywork which had been new in 1965.
Photo taken c.1973, Dunfermline Depot
82. FGM103D
Oban has seen a variety of operators since it was a Alexander (Midland) outpost, then transferred to the Highland Omnibuses area. Along with ex Midland MAC (RMS727) , AEC Reliance/Alexander C41F now Highland B76, ex Central SMT AC3, FGM103D, Albion Viking, now Highland AV5, with Alexander coach body sits outside the former Midland garage in Oban Town.
Photo taken Jul 1972, Oban Garage
83. FWG987D
Alexander Midland MNV12, FWG978D, was an Albion Viking with an Alexander C40F body of 1966.
Photo taken 1968, Balmoral
84. OBF342D
Byrne's of Leek OBF342D, an Albion Victor VT21L with Duple (Northern) Firefly C41F body new in 1966, and Swain's (of not sure where) 951WTU, a Bedford SB5 with Duple Bella Vega C41F body, new in 1962 to Naylor's of Stockton Heath.
Photo taken 1973, a coach park somewhere in York
85. GRG462E
Alexander's (Northern) bought 88 Albion Viking VK43Ls between 1965 and 1970 and took a further 6 second-hand from Eastern Scottish in 1972. NNV26, GRG462E, of Rosehearty depot carried an Alexander C40F body and had been new in March 1967.
Photo taken 1967, Aberdeen Bus Station
86. GRS343E
Alexander Northern NV43, GRS343E, a 1967 Albion Viking VK43AL with Alexander Y type 40 coach body.
Photo taken 1999, Piece Hall, Halifax
87. JCS819F
JCS819F was an Albion VK43AL Viking wiith a Park Royal Royalist C41F body belonging to Cooper, Gilesgate Moor and was seen in Midland Road, Kings Cross in London. Only six of this body design were built, all on Albion VK43AL chassis, this being the first to be built, and was new to Clyde Coast, Saltcoats in December 1967. Four went to Red House Garage, Coventry (KHP778/9E, KHP894/5E) in March and May 1967 and one to Hirst, Holmfirth (UWU448F) in March 1968.
Photo taken Saturday 26 September 1970, Midland Road, London Kings Cross
88. MWG108F
Alexander Midland MNV61, MWG108F, was a nearly new Albion Viking with Alexander coachwork.
Photo taken 1968, Pitlochry
89. UWU448F
Great Horton Taxis, Bradford UWU448F, an Albion Viking VK43AL with Park Royal Royalist C41F body, new to G. B. Hirst, Holmfirth in 1968.
Photo taken Summer 1974, Great Horton Road, Bradford
90. UWU448F
Great Horton Taxis, Bradford UWU448F, an Albion Viking VK43AL with Park Royal Royalist C41F body, new to G. B. Hirst, Holmfirth in 1968. A slightly later view than the previous one, after its owner had repainted it into a rather insipid white and beige livery.
Photo taken late 1976, Great Horton Road/Old Road, Bradford
91. 5866WZ
Northern Ireland Western Health & Services Board 5866WZ, an Albion Viking VK41L with Potter B42F body, new in February 1969.
Photo taken July 1979, Foyle Street, Derry
92. AR7738
Kowloon Motor Bus L257 AR7738 Albion Viking EVK41XL built in 1971 with Metal Sections B45D+25 bodywork, displaying a "Bus Full" sign in the top right corner of the windscreen.
Photo taken July 1981, Yuen Long, Kowloon