SCT '61 Photo Index
AEC Regal IV
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1. HWS910
Eastern Scottish (Scottish Omnibuses) B408A, HWS910, a 1951 AEC 'Regal' IV with Alexander C30FT coachwork specifically designed for the Edinburgh to London overnight service enters Victoria Coach Station ready for the northbound journey in May 1964.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1964, Victoria Coach Station, London
2. 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
3. LUC210
Preserved London Transport RF10, LUC210, was an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B35F body and was seen during the H.C.V.C Rally.
Photo taken Sunday 6 May 1973, Brighton
4. LYF471
London Transport Green Line RF120, LYF471, but having a day off from Green Line duties.
Photo taken Sunday 17 May 1959, St Albans Garage
5. NMN355
Douglas Corporation 31, NMN355, was an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Park Royal B38F body.
Photo taken Sunday 27 June 1965, Douglas, I.O.M.
6. BDJ329
New as St. Helens 209, BDJ329, an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Roe B40D body had passed to Creamline, Bordon in April 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 2 May 1965, Creamline Garage, High Street, Bordon
7. DHL686
West Riding 709, DHL686, the solitary Roe B40C bodied AEC Regal IV which was new in 1951, seen in Wakefield Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 18 August 1956, Wakefield Bus Station
8. FVH359
Hanson 303, FVH359, one of three Roe B41F bodied AEC Regal IVs, new in 1951, seen leaving Huddersfield’s Upperhead Row Bus Station.
Photo taken Monday 18 May 1964, Upperhead Row Bus Station, Huddersfield
9. HDK703
Rochdale 303, HDK703 was an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with an East Lancs B42D (rear entrance, front exit) body new in 1951 seen on The Esplanade in Rochdale.
Photo taken Sunday 14 October 1956, The Esplanade, Rochdale
10. HWS912
Scottish Omnibuses B410, HWS912, an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with an Alexander C30FT body, new in May 1951.
Photo taken Thursday 23 July 1959, Edinburgh Bus Station
11. KUE950
Seen in Uttoxeter is Stevenson, Spath 30, KUE950, which was an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Burlingham B44F new in 1951 which had been acquired from its original operator, DeLuxe, Mancetter, in November 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Uttoxeter Market Place
12. LUC201
LT private hire RF1, LUC201, parked somewhere in Twickenham in the mid 1950s.
Photo taken mid 1950s, London Twickenham
13. LUC213
Hampson, Oswestry, 21, LUC213, an AEC Regal IV built in 1951 with Metro-Cammell bodywork.
Photo taken July 1978, Oswestry
14. 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
15. 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
16. 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
17. 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
18. 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
19. LUC381
The RFW version of the London Transport Regal IV in the shape of ex-LT private hire RFW6, LUC381, as later used for staff transport by St. Thomas's Hospital.
Photo taken 1960s, near London Waterlooo Station
20. LUC384
London Transport RFW9, LUC384, a 1951 AEC Regal IV with ECW C39F body.
Photo taken 1962, Tower of London
21. 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
22. LYF428
London Country Bus Service, Green Line RF77, LYF428, an AEC Regal IV 9821LT with Metro-Cammell B39F body, new in 1951.
Photo taken Saturday 25 July 1970, Hampton Court
23. LYF430
London Transport Board RF79, LYF430, was an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B39F body, seen at Heathrow Airport, loading for the route 727 service to Luton.
Photo taken Saturday 12 April 1969, London Heathrow Airport
24. LYM456
Harrison's of Leeds (building contractors) LYM456, an AEC Regal IV with Windover "Kingsway" C39C body, one of ten built for Timpsons in 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 14 June 1964, Hunslet Road, Leeds
25. LYM729
Rear view of Tilling's rebodied Regal LYM729
Photo taken London Kings Cross (??)
26. LYM731
Tillings LYM731, which unusually is an AEC Regal IV built in 1952 and rebodied by ECW in 1960.
Photo taken Princes Street, Edinburgh
27. MLL533
London Transport RF146, MLL533, seen at Ascot was a 1951 AEC Regal IV with Metro-Cammell B41F bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 19 July 1958, Ascot
28. MLL598
Osborne's 42, MLL598, an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro-Cammell B39F body new in 1951 as London Transport RF211.
Photo taken Sunday 3 September 1967, Colchester Bus Station
29. MYD985
MYD985 was an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Harrington Wayfarer C37C body which had been new in August 1951 to Bowerman, Taunton which was seen at Victoria Coach Station on hire to Royal Blue.
Photo taken Saturday 8 July 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
30. NLE627
RF627, NLE627, on North Street route 250 heads a Seven Kings RM on Route 86 on the stand used for both routes in the early days of the Romford Ring Road off Victoria Road Romford. The stand, the route and most buildings no longer exist.
Photo taken 1970s, George Street, Romford
31. NMN201
Parked precariously at Port Soderick, Douglas Corporation 30, NMN201, a 1951 AEC Regal IV with Willowbrook B42F body was originally a City of Oxford OJO730 bus but I am not sure if it ever was part of that fleet.
Photo taken Friday 26 June 1970, Port Soderick, Isle of Man
32. OUB418
Hylton & Dawson OUB418 was acquired from Hobson, Sheffield in July 1959. This A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Plaxton Venturer C41C body had been new to Heaps Tours of Leeds in May 1951.
Photo taken Saturday 9 February 1963, St Margaret's Bus Station, Leicester
33. PEH600
This 1951 Gurney Nutting C35C bodied AEC Regal Mk. IV 9821E PEH600 was part of the interesting fleet of Bassett Coachways, Tittensor, Staffordshire. It was acquired from Need of Longton.
Photo taken Saturday 13 March 1971, Depot, Tittensor
34. PPE462
PPE462 was an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Burlingham Seagull C39C body which had been new in June 1951 to Cooke, Stoughton. It was acquired in June 1961 from Wallis, London N.9 by MacGregor (Hedingham & District), Sible Hedingham to become L25
Photo taken Sunday 31 October 1965, Garage, Wethersfield Road, Sible Hedingham
35. SMU559
Linkline, London N.W.10, SMU599, seen at Wembley Stadium was a Yeates C41C bodied AEC Regal IV which had been new in 1951 to Valliant, Ealing.
Photo taken Saturday 28 April 1962, Wembley Stadium
36. ECF311
Mulley's Motorways, Ixworth, 33 ECF111, an A E C Regal IV built in 1952 with Burlingham Seagull C39C bodywork.
Photo taken early 1970s?, Southchurch Park East, Southend
37. HJF60
HJF60 an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Plaxton Venturer C41C, seen at Ascot, was new to Provincial, Leicester, numbered R7, in April 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 23 June 1962, Ascot
38. JSF148
Scottish Omnibuses B448, JSF148, was an AEC Regal IV with an Alexander C40F body from 1952.
Photo taken 1965, St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh
39. JSF150
Scottish Omnibuses B450, JSF150, an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with an Alexander C40F body had been new in February 1952 and is seen outside the Western S.M.T. office in Dumfries. After withdrawal in January 1966 it passed to Sureline, Lurgan and then to Gilford Mill, Gilford, County Armagh as a non-P.S.V. in May 1967.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
40. KWF761
East Yorkshire 661, KWF761, a Barnaby C37C bodied AEC 9822E Regal IV new to Everingham Bros., Pocklington is seen in Burnley Cattle Market Bus Station on its way to Hull from Blackpool.
Photo taken Sunday 8 September 1957, Cattle Market Bus Station, Burnley
41. KWF761
Seen at Hull is East Yorkshire 661, KWF761, one of the two Barnaby C37C bodied AEC 9822E Regal IVs dating from September 1952 which were acquired with the Everingham Bros. business in November 1953.
Photo taken Saturday 26 June 1965, Ferensway Bus Park, Hull
42. KWF761
A rear view of East Yorkshire 661, KWF761, seen in Leeds on the parking area between Lisbon Street and Castle Street used on Saturdays as the overflow from the West Yorkshire Wellington Street Coach Station. KWF761 was an A.E.C. 9822E Regal IV with a Barnaby C37C body which had been new to Everingham Bros., Pocklington in September 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1964, Lisbon Street/Castle Street, Leeds
43. LWR188
Burrows 75, LWR188, was one of two AEC Regal IVs with Burlingham C39C bodies bought in April 1952. On hire to West Yorkshire it is in Castle Street, Leeds. The pre-war Bristol L5G on the left is the West Yorkshire controllers accommodation.
Photo taken Saturday 25 August 1956, Castle Street, Leeds
44. LWT147
Norfolk, Nayland LWT147 was an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Whitson C41C body which had been new to Ripponden & District. It is seen here in Montague Place, off Russell Square in London.
Photo taken Saturday 12 June 1965, Montague Place, London Russell Square
45. LYF384
London Transport RF33, LYF384, seen in heavy traffic at Hampton Court, was an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B39F body new in November 1951.
Photo taken Saturday 20 April 1963, Hampton Court
46. LYM729
Tilling Regal LYM729, a 1952 AEC Regal IV with ECW coach body
Photo taken Brentwood Depot
47. LYM730
Tilling Regal LYM730, a 1952 AEC Regal IV with ECW coach body
Photo taken Parliament Square, London
48. LYM731
Tilling LYM731, one of a batch of five AEC Regal IV's from 1952, rebodied by ECW in 1960. It was withdrawn in 1964.
49. LYM732
Tilling LYM732, a 1952 AEC Regal IV with ECW coach body, seen here with its original body. It was rebodied by ECW in 1960.
Photo taken 1954
50. MLL516
London Transport RF129, MLL516, an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell body is seen at South Lambeth Road, Stockwell.
Photo taken Sunday 28 March 1965, South Lambeth Road, Stockwell
51. 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
52. MLL591
London Transport Board RF204, MLL591, was an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B39F body seen at Heathrow Airport, at the loading bay for the route 727 service to Crawley.
Photo taken Saturday 12 April 1969, London Heathrow Airport
53. MLL721
Seen on the H.C.V.C. Rally, British European Airways 1079, MLL721, an A.E.C. 9822E Regal IV with a Park Royal RDP37C body was new in December 1952.
Photo taken Sunday 2 May 1971
54. MLL738
Seen at the South East Bus Festival at Detling, a welcome new arrival is 4RF4 BEA airport coach MLL738, one of two of the type just acquired by London Bus Company. Work has obviously started on restoration of this one.
Photo taken Saturday 28 March 2015, South East Bus Festival at Detling
55. MLL748
Former BEA London MLL748, an AEC Regal IV 9822E from 1952 with Park Royal bodywork.
Photo taken April 1977, Lichfield
56. 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
57. MLL794
Osborne of Tollesbury MLL794, ex London Transport Green Line RF257, new in June 1952 and bought by Osbornes in early 1965 who operated it until 1971.
Photo taken Saturday 17 April 1965, Colchester Bus Station
58. 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
59. 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
60. MLL937
London Transport RF519, MLL937, was an A.E.C. 982iLT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B41F body, and had been numbered RF300 when new in October 1952, being renumbered to RF519 in March 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 18 July 1964, Bridge Street, Staines
61. MLL948
London Transport RF530, MLL948, an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B41F body.
Photo taken Saturday 20 April 1963, Hampton Court Station
62. MLL956
A rear view of LT RF319, MLL956, now with the Ensignbus vintage fleet. Here coming out of service at Upminster Station after arrival from Ongar during the 2016 running day.
Photo taken Saturday 3 December 2016, Upminster Station Car Park
63. MPT235
MPT235, an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Roe B40F body was number 32 in the Gillett part of the G. & B. Motor Services, Quarrington Hill fleet and is seen in Bishop Auckland Market Place.
Photo taken Saturday 1 August 1959, Bishop Auckland Market Place
64. MXU40
Bloxsome, London W.6 (t/a Bush Coaches) MXU40 was an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Gurney Nutting C41C body new in May 1952 to Bingley Brothers, London W.6.
Photo taken Saturday 20 June 1964, Gilwell Park
65. MXX10
Preserved ex-London Transport RF368, MXX10, new in late 1952.
Photo taken Sunday 16 July 2017, Anstey Park, Alton
66. MXX16
London Transport RF374, MXX16 (nominally), an AEC Regal IV 9821LT with Metro-Cammell B41F body, new in 1952. Forming part of LT class 2RF2 this one seems to have escaped any form of modification throughout its life.
Photo taken 1970
67. 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
68. MXX429
London Transport RF452, MXX429, an AEC 9821LT Regal IV seen at Barnfield Road, Burnt Oak.
Photo taken Saturday 8 November 1958, Barnfield Road, Burnt Oak, London Barnet
69. MXX460
London Transport RF483, MXX460, an AEC 9821LT Regal IV seen at Loughton Station.
Photo taken Saturday 8 November 1958, Loughton Station
70. MXX486
London Transport RF509, MXX486, an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B41F body, new in 1952, is seen in Redstone Hill, Redhill whilst operating the 447 Redhill to Merstham (Delabole Road) service via Reigate, Meadvale, Earlswood Station, Redhill and South Merstham.
Photo taken Saturday 30 January 1960, Redstone Hill, Redhill
71. MXX9
London Transport RF367, MXX9.
Photo taken October 1971, Mercury Gardens/St. Edwards Way, Romford
72. NLE518
Two for the price of one! L.C.B.S. RF299, NLE518, and London Transport RT4353, also NLE518, seen at Grays Garage. RT4353 was registered NLP518 but emerged after repaint at Aldenham carrying the wrong registration details.
Photo taken Sunday 15 February 1970, Grays Garage
73. NLE643
Seen at Semley, two photos of Shaftesbury & District RF643, NLE643, an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B41F body, which had been new to London Transport.
Photo taken Sunday 1 July 1979, Semley
74. PVT746
Seen at Stoke garage, Potteries S496, PVT746, was a Metalcraft B45C bodied AEC Regal IV new in 1952 which was acquired in 1954 with the business of Davies, Stoke.
Photo taken Sunday 23 August 1964, Stoke Garage
75. RPG950
P. & M Coach Line, Ipswich 49, RPG950, was an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Plaxton Venturer C41C body which had been new in April 1952 to Warner, Milford and which P. & M. acquired in June 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 21 July 1962, Ascot
76. SFC571
South Midland 85, SFC571, an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with an Eastern Coachworks C37F body new in September 1952, was seen in Victoria Coach Station.
Photo taken Saturday 13 April 1963, London Victoria Coach Station
77. SFC607
City of Oxford put into service in 1952 four A.E.C. 9821S Regal IVs with Willowbrook C37C bodies and 607, SFC607, the first of them, is seen at Oxford's Cowley Road garage.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 1966, Cowley Road Garage, Oxford
78. SFC609
A rear view of City of Oxford 609, SFC609, one of four Willowbrook C37C bodied A.E.C. 9821S Regal IVs new in 1952 seen at Victoria Coach Station.
Photo taken Saturday 22 July 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
79. SFC610
City of Oxford 610, SFC610, one of four Willowbrook C37C bodied A.E.C. 9821S Regal IVs new in 1952 seen at Wembley Stadium. They were fitted with red steering wheels to indicate their 8'0" width to the staff.
Photo taken Saturday 13 May 1961, Wembley Stadium
80. SFC610
City of Oxford 610, SFC610, still exists in the care of the Oxford Bus Museum, one of four Willowbrook C37C bodied A.E.C. 9821S Regal IVs new in 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 2 May 2009, Oxford Bus Museum
81. SFC610
Seen at Ascot Racecourse is City of Oxford 610, SFC610, an AEC 9821S Regal IV with a Willowbrook C37C body which had been new in June 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 18 July 1964, Ascot Racecourse
82. SFC731
City of Oxford 731, SFC731, an A.E.C. 9821S Regal IV with a Willowbrook B42F body new in 1952 seen at Reading Station.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, Reading Station
83. SFC735
City of Oxford 735, SFC735, was an A.E.C. 9821S Regal IV with a Willowbrook B42F body.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1961, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
84. SHN301
Scott's Greys ("Glorious Runs and Safe Returns") 3, SHN301, is an AEC Regal IV with a C41C body by Burlingham. It dates from 1952, the year in which the founder of the firm, Fred Scott, a former Darlington tram conductor, died.
Photo taken c.2007, Bents Park, South Shields
85. SMU170
Seen at Ascot is P. & M., Ipswich 48, SMU170, which was an A.E.C 9821E Regal IV with a Windover Kingsway C39C body, acquired in April 1956 from Fountain, Twickenham to whom it had been new in March 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 18 July 1959, Ascot
86. UNO408
In the Viceroy fleet of F.C. Moore, Saffron Walden, UNO408 was an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Trans United C41C body new in June 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 21 July 1962, Ascot
87. XMT55
Premier Travel, Cambridge 123, XMT55, an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Burlingham Seagull C41C, new in 1952, was one of three (XMT 54-56) which had been acquired in June 1960 from Valliant, London W.5.
Photo taken Sunday 12 August 1962, Harston Depot
88. XRE235
Potteries S494, XRE235, a Lawton DP44F bodied AEC Regal IV, new in 1952 and acquired from Rowley, Bignall End in 1954, is seen here at Stoke garage.
Photo taken Sunday 23 August 1964, Stoke Garage
89. BPV10
Ipswich 10, BPV10, an AEC Regal IV with Park Royal B42D body, new in 1953.
Photo taken c.1953, opposite the front of Constantine Road Depot, Ipswich
90. BPV11
Ipswich 11, BPV11, an AEC Regal IV with Park Royal B42D body, new in 1953. It was reseated to B40D in 1971 and withdrawn two years later.
Photo taken Sunday 9 May 1965, emerging from the Lloyds Avenue archway and crossing Cornhill, Ipswich
91. BPV12
Ipswich Coach Company BPV12, an AEC Regal IV with Park Royal B40D body, ex-Ipswich Corporation, new in 1953 as a 42 seater, re-seated to B40D in 1971 and withdrawn by them in 1973.
Photo taken May 1974, Ipswich
92. BPV12
Rear view of Ipswich Coach Company BPV12, AEC Regal / Park Royal, ex-Ipswich Corporation.
Photo taken May 1974, Old Cattle Market/Silent Street access to Falcon Street, Ipswich
93. BPV8
Ipswich Corporation 8, BPV8, AEC Regal IV / Park Royal B42D, new in 1953.
Photo taken 1972, Ipswich
94. BPV8
A rear view of ex-Ipswich 8, BPV8, an A.E.C. 9822E Regal IV with a Park Royal B42D body new in August 1953 seen in the station car park at Weybridge.
Photo taken Sunday 2 April 1978, Weybridge Station
95. BPV8
Former Ipswich 8, BPV8, is seen arriving at Felixstowe after its trip from Ipswich on the Ipswich to Felixstowe Historic Road Run. It was an A.E.C. 9822E Regal IV with a Park Royal B42D body new in August 1953.
Photo taken Sunday 6 May 2018, Felixstowe
96. BPV9
Ipswich Corporation 9, BPV9, an AEC Regal IV with Park Royal B42D body, new in 1953, passing 1959 AEC Regent V 33, HPV33.
Photo taken Sunday 17 May 1964, Cornhill, Ipswich
97. CTS529
Dundee 20, CTS529, an AEC Regal IV with Weymann B40D body seen in Dundee. New as B44F in 1953 this was the only one of the batch of four to be rebuilt, in 1956, to B40D.
Photo taken Wednesday 28 July 1965, Reform Street/High Street, Dundee
98. GUH515
Western Welsh AEC coach GUH515 in Cardiff Bus Station, probably on a tour. It was an AEC Regal IV with Willowbrook C39C body new in 1953.
Photo taken Cardiff Bus Station
99. HCX214
With Wembley Stadium in the background Hanson, Huddersfield 332, HCX214, was an AEC 9822E Regal IV with a Plaxton Venturer II C41C body new in November 1953.
Photo taken Saturday 12 May 1962, Wembley Stadium
100. HD9675
Boughton, London E.11 HD9675 was an A.E.C. 9822S Regal IV with a Plaxton Venturer II C41C which had been new in January 1953 to Broadhead, Dewsbury, passing to Cream Coaches, London E.8 in November 1953 and thence to Boughton.
Photo taken January 1966
101. JKU500
Feather Brothers (Wallace Arnold Group) JKU500, was an AEC Regal IV with a Duple C41C body of 1953. The company was bought by Wallace Arnold in 1955, but it retained its Feather Brothers identity until withdrawal in 1960.
Photo taken 1960, Whitby Harbour
102. KGG711
MacBrayne, Glasgow 33, KGG711, an A.E.C. 9822S Regal IV with a Roe B44F body was the first of two new in January 1953, and is seen in the Pass of Glencoe.
Photo taken Friday 30 July 1965, Pass of Glencoe
103. KGG711
MacBraynes GUS407 was a Maudslay Marathon III with Park Royal body of 1949, and KGG711 was an AEC Regal IV with Roe body of 1953.
Photo taken 1962, Fort William Pier Terminal
104. KSC541
Scottish Omnibuses B464, KSC541, an Alexander C38F bodied A.E.C. 9822E Regal IV, new in April 1953, is seen at Victoria Coach Station having operated the three-day West Coast Service from Edinburgh.
Photo taken Wednesday 3 June 1959, London Victoria Coach Station
105. KSC551
KSC551, an Alexander C38F bodied A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV, new in May 1953 was numbered B474 in the Scottish Omnibuses fleet.
Photo taken Monday 17 June 1963
106. MLL740
Preserved former BEA coach MLL740, an AEC Regal IV with a special body designed by LT and built by Park Royal, new in February 1953.
Photo taken Sunday 3 April 2005, Wisley Aerodrome
107. MLL740
MLL740 arriving at Weybridge whilst operating the courtesy service between Weybridge Station and Cobham Bus Museum.
Photo taken Sunday 2 April 1978, Weybridge
108. MLL740
Operating the courtesy service between Weybridge Station and Cobham Bus Museum was MLL740, an A.E.C. Regal IV with a Park Royal RDP37C body new to British European Airways in February 1953 as 1095.
Photo taken Sunday 2 April 1978
109. MLL747
Continental Pioneer MLL747, an AEC 9822E Regal IV with Park Royal RDP37C body taken on a visit to Thames Valley at Bracknell
Photo taken Sunday 6 September 1970, Bracknell
110. MLL747
A rear offside view of Continental Pioneer MLL747, one of the first fifty AEC 9822E Regal IVs with Park Royal RDP37C bodies new to B.E.A. in 1953, taken on a visit to Thames Valley at Maidenhead.
Photo taken Sunday 6 September 1970, Maidenhead
111. MLL747
MLL747, seen at the Premier Travel garage in Haverhill, was an A.E.C. 9822E Regal IV with a Park Royal RDP37C body in the fleet of Continental Pioneer, Richmond. New in March 1953 to British European Airways as number 1059, it was one of a large fleet which had been used on services to London Airport and it passed to Continental Pioneer in January 1967.
Photo taken Sunday 5 September 1971, Haverhill
112. MLL759
British European Airways 1020, MLL759, seen at Heathrow Airport, was an A.E.C. 9822E Regal IV with a Park Royal RDP37C body (defined in the Fleet History as coach body with bus seats) new in April 1953.
Photo taken February/March 1966, Heathrow Airport
113. MTG172
Thomas Bros MTG172 is an AEC Regal IV 9821S from the fleet of Thomas Bros, Port Talbot. She was built in 1953 and has a Burlingham coach body.
Photo taken Sunday 6 May 1979, Itchen Bridge, Southampton
114. MUF300
MUF300, an AEC Regal IV with Gurney Nutting C41C body with Pelham Coaches of Snodland in Kent. Again I am relying on the brains of this website to fill in full details for me but I believe this may have been new to Campings of Brighton.
Photo taken Thursday 18 August 1966, Horse Guards Avenue, London Whitehall
115. NLE547
London Transport RF547, NLE547, running on the 447 Redhill to Merstham (Delabole Road) service via Reigate, Meadvale, Earlswood Station, Redhill and South Merstham, was an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B41F body, new in 1953.
Photo taken Saturday 30 January 1960, Station Road, Redhill
116. NLE552
London Transport RF552, NLE552, seen at Ascot was a 1953 A.E.C. Regal IV with Metro-Cammell B41F body.
Photo taken Saturday 19 July 1958, Ascot
117. NLE556
London Transport RF556, NLE556, seen operating the 440 Redhill - Salfords service was an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B41F body, was new in 1953.
Photo taken Saturday 30 January 1960
118. NLE571
London Transport RF571, NLE571, an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B41F body, was new in 1953 and is seen whilst operating the 440A service to Redhill, Redstone Estate.
Photo taken Saturday 30 January 1960
119. NLE603
London Transport (Country area) RF603, NLE603
Photo taken August 1959, Epping
120. NLE623
London Transport RF623, NLE623, an A.E.C. 9821LT Regal IV with a Metro Cammell B41F body, was new in 1953 and is seen at the White Hart in High Street, Crawley whilst operating on the 426.
Photo taken Saturday 30 January 1960, High Street, Crawley
121. NLE657
London Transport RF657, NLE657, was a Metro-Cammell B41F bodied AEC Regal IV new in 1953 and is seen at Staines West Station.
Photo taken Saturday 19 July 1958, Staines West Station
122. NLP639
British European Airways livery is carried by Park Royal bodied AEC Regal IV NLP639 parked at London Airport.
Photo taken Sunday 6 August 1961, Heathrow Airport
123. NLP645
NLP645 was one of 65 AEC Regal IV's with Park Royal C37C body, new in 1953 and operated by London Transport on behalf of British European Airways. By the time this photo was taken, it was being used by Yardleys (perfume manufacturers) in Basildon for staff transport.
Photo taken 1977, Basildon
124. NUO683
NUO683 was an A.E.C. 9822S Regal IV with a Willowbrook C41F body, one of twelve new in 1953 to Devon General, this one being TCR683. It passed to Greenslades, Exeter in June 1961 and to Vines, Great Bromley in November 1964 and is seen in the bus station in Colchester.
Photo taken February 1966, Colchester Bus Station
125. NUO685
Devon General (Grey Cars) TCR685, NUO685, was an AEC 9822S Regal IV with a Willowbrook C41F body, new in 1953.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, near London Victoria Coach Station
126. NUO690
Devon General (Grey Cars) TCR690, NUO690. was an AEC 9822S Regal IV with a Willowbrook C41F body new in 1953.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, near London Victoria Coach Station
127. NVO709
Blackwell, Earls Colne NVO709, seen at Victoria Coach Station, was an A.E.C. 9822S Regal IV with a Yeates Riviera C41C body acquired in April 1960 from Dennis (Robin Hood), Nottingham to whom it had been new in February 1953.
Photo taken Monday 30 July 1962, London Victoria Coach Station
128. OTV583
Skill, Nottingham 83, OTV583, an A.E.C. 9822S Regal IV with a Willowbrook C43F body seen at Victoria Coach Station, no doubt on hire to United Counties.
Photo taken Saturday 17 June 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
129. PAH800
This A.E.C. 9822S Regal IV, PAH800, with a Yeates Riviera C41C body was new to Culling, Claxton in November 1953. Flashing trafficators seem to have replaced the semaphore arms by the time it was seen at Ascot Races.
Photo taken Saturday 21 July 1962, Ascot
130. PTE49
Seen in Victoria Coach Station ready to leave on the journey to Brighton in the British Coach Rally is PTE49, an A.E.C. 9822S Regal IV with a Plaxton Venturer II C41C body belonging to Warburton, Tottington which was new in April 1953.
Photo taken Saturday 18 April 1959, London Victoria Coach Station
131. RMB240
Among the interesting assortment operated by Bassett Coachways of Tittensor, Staffordshire was RMB240, a Plaxton C41C bodied AEC Regal Mk.IV new in 1953. It was purchased from Leese of Barlaston.
Photo taken Friday 1 June 1979, Depot, Tittensor
132. FDY246
Maidstone & District CO122, FDY246, was a Gurney Nutting C37C bodied AEC Regal IV new to Skinner, Hastings
Photo taken Saturday 6 May 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
133. LUC212
Hampson, Oswestry ran two ex London RFs with Metro-Cammell bodies on AEC Regal IV chassis. The first of these, LUC212, is seen at the garage and carried fleet number 20.
Photo taken Thursday 5 August 1971, Oswestry
134. 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
135. OLX3
New to Red Line Continental, London W 10 in March 1954, OLX3, an AEC 9822E Regal IV originally carried a Windover Queensway C27C body. It was rebodied in 1960, still with Red Line, with a Plaxton Panorama C27F body and is seen here with Payne, Croydon.
Photo taken 1972
136. PNW482
PNW482, a Plaxton C41C bodied AEC Regal IV new to Wallace Arnold, is seen at Cheltenham operating for Wessex Coaches, Bristol.
Photo taken Saturday 20 July 1963, Cheltenham Coach Station
137. ZY1684
ZY1684 was an AEC Regal IV new to Great Northern Railway (Ireland) in 1956, numbered 344. It had a PRV/GNR DP40R body, assembled and finished at the GNR works at Dundalk on Park Royal frames. It was transferred to CIE ownership in late 1958 and received an AU prefix to the GNR fleet number.
Photo taken July 1964, Ballyshannon CIE depot
138. 2620U
Wallace Arnold 2620U was an AEC Regal IV (when all other AECs were Reliances) with Plaxton centre-entrance C41C body.
Photo taken Thursday 1 April 1965, Donisthorpe Street, Leeds
139. DRF588K
This A.E.C. Regal VI (3U3LA840) with Jonckheere C34FT body (10445) was new to an operator overseas in 1965. It was imported to the United Kingdom and then registered DRF588K by J.C. Bamford, Rocester in September 1971. It featured in the "overseas" section of the film Carry on Abroad which was filmed entirely in the U.K and is seen here in 1973, still with JCB.
Photo taken 1973