SCT '61 Photo Index
Bristol LD
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1. LHY949
The prototype Bristol Lodekka LHY949 under trial with Westcliff.
Photo taken 1951, Victoria Circus, Southend
2. LHY949
A second nearside shot of the prototype Bristol Lodekka LHY949 under trial with Westcliff
Photo taken April 1951, Victoria Circus, Southend
3. LHY949
The prototype Bristol Lodekka LHY949 under trial with Westcliff.
Photo taken April 1951, Victoria Circus, Southend
4. JWT312
West Yorkshire had one of the two prototype Lodekkas and DX1, JWT712, is seen here working a Harrogate local service. The chassis was an LDX6B and it carried an ECW H33/25R body. When new it was numbered 822 and the bumper was polished, not painted.
Photo taken Harrogate Bus Station
5. MWR618
West Yorkshire DX2, MWR618, was one of six pre-production Bristol Lodekka LD6Bs with ECW H33/25R bodywork built in 1953 - the other five going to Bristol T&CC, Crosville, Hants & Dorset, United Counties and Western National.
Photo taken c.1968, Victoria Avenue, Harrogate
6. JBD963
JBD963 was an early Lodekka with the full depth radiator and was new in 1954 as United Counties 958. An E.C.W. H33/25RD body was carried by the Bristol LD6B chassis and it is seen in Bedford.
Photo taken Saturday 6 February 1960, Bedford
7. KDL402
United AS KDL402, a Bristol LD6G built in 1954 with ECW H33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken September 1975, Scarborough Bus Station
8. KDL402
United AS 92, KDL402, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1954 with ECW bodywork and very smartly turned out.
Photo taken July 1976, Westgate, Guisborough
9. KDL404
One of a batch new to Southern Vectis as 508, KDL404, this 1954 LD6G first moved from the sunshine island to United Counties at Luton then to United at Scarborough and finally, after conversion to a trainer bus for United. Those of the batch that made the last hurdle to trainer bus (others fell by the wayside on the way) replaced more recently built United LD6Bs.
Photo taken Saturday 7 May 1977, Park Street, Middlesbrough
10. KDL406
United AS 95, KDL406, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1954 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken June 1978, Fisherman's Square, Redcar
11. KDL410
United Automobile 939, KDL410, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/25R body. New in 1954 to Southern Vectis (514) it originally had the 'long apron' type grille. It passed to United Counties (939) in 1973, then was initially loaned to United Automobile in 1975 before being acquired by them, remaining in the green livery. It became a UAS Driver Training vehicle in 1976.
Photo taken 1975/76, Sandside, Scarborough
12. KMW109
Hants & Dorset KMW109, a Bristol LD6G new to Wilts & Dorset as 602 in 1954, with the usual ECW body, arranged H33/25R. She became 403 at the renumbering in 1971, passing to Hants & Dorset when the fleets merged in 1972.
Photo taken August 1975, Grosvenor Square, Southampton
13. LFW319
Lincolnshire R.C.C. 2311, LFW319, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B with E.C.W. H33/25RD body, new in 1954.
Photo taken Thursday 17 September 1970, LRCC depot, Grosvenor Road, Skegness
14. LRU67
Hants & Dorset 1218, JEL757, was the last of six A.E.C. 6811A Regent IIIs with Northern Counties L27/26R bodies new in 1949 which had been diverted from Western S.M.T. and is seen in Bournemouth.
Photo taken Sunday 14 September 1958, Bournemouth
15. LRU68
Seen in Poole is Hants & Dorset 1338, LRU68, which was an early Bristol LD6B (chassis 100.009), following on from the six prototypes (100.001-006), and which was new in February 1954, with an Eastern Coachworks H33/25R body.
Photo taken Sunday 14 September 1958, Kingland Crescent, Poole
16. MWY112
MWY112 was the third Bristol Lodekka for the West Yorkshire fleet. Numbered DX3, it was delivered in February 1954 and, with sister DX4, entered service at Harrogate in May 1954.
Photo taken c.May 1956, West Yorkshire Grove Park Depot, Harrogate
17. MWY113
Harrogate Bus Station in the mid 1950s. On the left is DX4, MWY113, one of only two Bristol LD6Gs with ECW H33/25RD bodies delivered new to West Yorkshire.
Photo taken mid 1950s, Harrogate Bus Station
18. MWY114
West Yorkshire DX5, MWY114, an early Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/25RD body.
Photo taken Monday 9 August 1965, Wellington Street, Leeds
19. MWY114
MWY114 was a Bristol LD6B Lodekka with ECW H33/25RD bodywork, new as West Yorkshire DX5 in May 1954.
Photo taken c.May 1956, West Yorkshire Grove Park depot, Harrogate
20. MWY118
West Yorkshire DX9, MWY118, was one of the early batch of Lodekkas dating from 1954.
Photo taken circa 1967, York Road, Seacroft
21. MWY119
MWY119 was a Bristol LD6B Lodekka with ECW H33/25RD bodywork, new as West Yorkshire DX10 in September 1954.
Photo taken c.June 1959, West Yorkshire Central Works, Myrtle Road, Harrogate
22. NEL23
My first visit to Winchester after travelling from Bournemouth and greeted by a selection of rear ends of Hants and Dorset Lodekkas including NEL23 and FLJ154D, also an Aldershot and District Loline nearest the "Welcome to Winchester" arch, which was a nice touch for visitors.
Photo taken Aug 1969, Winchester Bus Station
23. ORM135
An official view of Cumberland Lodekka ORM135 shown here as fleet number 353, but renumbered 400 later, at ECW before delivery.
Photo taken 1954, ECW Lowestoft?
24. ORM141
Cumberland 406, ORM141, an early Bristol LD6G with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1954/5
Photo taken Friday 1 July 1966, Keswick Bus Station
25. OTT2
Western National 1863, OTT2, was one of six pre-production Bristol Lodekkas built in 1954.
Photo taken 1968, Helston Depot
26. OVF229
Preserved Eastern Counties Bristol LD5G 229, OVF229, new in 1954.
Photo taken September 2001, Norwich Bus Rally
27. OVF229
Seen at Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough, Eastern Counties LKD229, OVF229, was from the first batch of Bristol LD5Gs in the fleet. One of four new in 1954, it had an Eastern Coachworks H33/25RD body. OVF229 has been preserved.
Photo taken Saturday 24 January 1959, Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough
28. OVF229
Former Eastern Counties LKD229, reg.no. OVF229, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/25RD body, new in 1954
Photo taken Sunday 29 June 2003, North Weald
29. OVF229
Preserved Eastern Counties LKD229, OVF229, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/25RD body, new in 1954
Photo taken Saturday 16 June 2012, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
30. RFM408
Crosville DLB663, RFM408, a Bristol LD6B built in 1954 with ECW H33/25R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1968, Wrexham Bus Station
31. RFM409
Shaw Bros, Byers Green, RFM409, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1954 with ECW H33/25R bodywork. This had been new as Crosville ML664.
Photo taken May 1970, Byers Green Depot
32. RFM426
Crosville DLB681, RFM426, a Bristol LD6B built in 1954 with ECW CH30/22RD bodywork. An uncommon use for an LD was as a coach, this was soon to depart from Chester for Wrexham.
Photo taken March 1968, Delamere Street, Chester
33. RFM444
Crosville ML699, RFM444, was a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/25R body new in October 1954, one of RFM406-63 their large first Lodekka batch. In the major renumbering of May 1958 it became DLB699, serving until sale to a dealer in November 1968.
Photo taken adjacent to North Bank Garage, Amble, Northumberland
34. WHN701
United AS 101, WHN701, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1954 with ECW H33/27R bodywork. Originally BL1 and numerically the first of a large number of Lodekkas.
Photo taken May 1970, Bishop Auckland Market Place
35. XVX19
The Castle Point Transport Museum houses both the first and last Lodekkas supplied new to Eastern National amongst the preserved ranks on display. The first is XVX19 (4208/1431/2400) seen here in June 1996 at the rear of the Museum.
Photo taken June 1996, Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
36. XVX19
Preserved ex-Eastern National 2400, XVX19, was the first Lodekka in the fleet, a LD5G with H33/25R body new in 1954 and withdrawn in 1972.
Photo taken Sunday 10 October 2004, Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
37. XVX19
Preserved former Eastern National Lodekka 2400, XVX19, looking in splendid condition
Photo taken Sunday 8 October 2006, Canvey Island
38. XVX19
Upper deck interior of Eastern National's first Bristol LD with ECW bodywork, 2400, XVX19, which is preserved at Castle Point Transport Museum. All the LDs, both the FSs and the earliest FLFs (those with black window rubbers) had these green rexine seat backs.
Photo taken Sunday 8 October 2006, Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
39. XVX19
Upper deck interior of Eastern National's first Bristol LD with ECW bodywork, 2400, XVX19, which is preserved at Castle Point Transport Museum. All the LDs, both the FSs and all the FLF buses except 2917-2931 were delivered with this moquette.
Photo taken Sunday 8 October 2006, Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
40. XVX23
Eastern National HH1439, XVX23, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/25R body, new in 1954
Photo taken Victoria Circus, Southend
41. XVX27
Eastern National CR2402, XVX27, Bristol LD / ECW. New 1954, withdrawn June 1972.
Photo taken Saturday 29 May 1971, Colchester Bus Station
42. XVX28
Rear view of Eastern National 2405, XVX28, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/25R body, new in 1954
Photo taken August 1969, Basildon Depot
43. XVX29
Eastern National SD1437, XVX29, a 1954 Bristol LD5G seen here at the terminus of the 2A at Church Lane, Romford. This location was used only on market days - on other days the bus turned round and waited in the Market Place.
Photo taken c. 1959, Church Lane, Romford
44. 206BPU
Eastern National SD1445, 206BPU, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/25R body
Photo taken Saturday 6 June 1964, Southchurch Road/Bournemouth Park Road, Southend
45. 206BPU
The date on this shot of LD6B 206BPU, former Eastern National 1445/2414, is May 1974.
Photo taken May 1974, Loch Lomond
46. 209BPU
Eastern National SD2417, 209BPU, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/25R body, followed by 2467.
Photo taken Saturday 3 October 1964, Prittlewell Hill, Southend
47. 210BPU
No date on this shot of LD5G 210BPU, former Eastern National 1449/2418, which is seen with D Coaches of Morriston, Swansea.
48. 211BPU
Eastern National SD2419, 211BPU, Bristol LD5G / ECW H33/25R. New in 1955 as fleet number 1450, it was withdrawn the month after this photo was taken.
Photo taken Saturday 22 July 1972, Southend Depot/Bus Station, London Road, Southend
49. 212BPU
Former Eastern National 1451/2420, 212BPU, Bristol LD / ECW H33/25R new in February 1955, photographed with Dack of Terrington St Clement, Norfolk.
Photo taken Saturday 10 November 1973, King's Lynn Bus Station
50. 32ENO
This is the second photo Frank Church took in May 1959 near to the original Eastern National depot in Basildon (actually Bull Road, Vange) - it was replaced by the current premises in Cherrydown at Easter 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 24 May 1959, Timberlog Lane, Vange
51. 34ENO
Eastern National LD6B 34ENO, 1482 later 2451, was new in 1955 and lasted until 1971
Photo taken London Wood Green Depot
52. 36ENO
Eastern National SD2453, 36ENO, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27R body
Photo taken Saturday 23 January 1965, Southchurch Road/Sutton Road, Southend
53. 561CTW
Eastern National 2427, 561CTW, a LD5G with H33/27R body, new in 1955.
Photo taken February 1969, Basildon Depot
54. 562CTW
Eastern National 2428, 562CTW, a Bristol LD6B with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body was new in 1955 as number 1459 and became 2428 under the August 1964 renumbering.
Photo taken Sunday 13 September 1964, Southend Victoria Circus
55. 884CEV
Eastern National CF1456, 884CEV, a LD5G new in 1955
Photo taken 1960, Romford
56. 968DHK
Seen in Colchester Bus Station is Eastern National 2433, 968DHK, new in 1955 as 1464, which was a Bristol LD5G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body. It was renumbered in August 1964.
Photo taken February 1966, Colchester Bus Station
57. 976DHK
Eastern National Bristol LD5G 2441, 976DHK, was new in 1955 but is seen here 20 years later near the end of its time with ENOC in Driver Training livery.
Photo taken June 1975, Basildon Depot
58. 977DHK
Eastern National Bristol LD5G, 977DHK, new in 1955 as 1473, later renumbered 2442 and withdrawn in 1973.
Photo taken c. 1958, High Street, Brentwood
59. GCS253
Western SMT DB1167, GCS253, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1955 with ECW H33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1971, Stranraer Garage
60. GM7007
Central S.M.T. B7, GM7007, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body new in 1955 and was seen in Quarry Street, Hamilton.
Photo taken Friday 21 June 1963, Quarry Street, Hamilton
61. LDL725
Southern Vectis 526, LDL725, Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/24R body, new in June 1955.
Photo taken September 1963, Wootton Bridge, Isle of Wight
62. LFW318
Lincolnshire Road Car Co. 2362 & 2310 (SFU316 & LFW318), Bristol Lodekka LD6B's with E.C.W. H58RD bodies.
Photo taken Thursday 17 September 1970, LRCC Garage, Grosvenor Road, Skegness
63. LFW322
LFW322, once Lincolnshire RCC 2314, an LD6B /ECW H58RD of 1955, here with Elms Coaches of Kenton, Middlesex in their yard about 1971. Flanked by 6660NK, a 1961 Duple bodied Commer Avenger ex Anglo Continental, St Albans, and JJD402 a 1956 Yeates bodied Reliance ex-London Co-op.
Photo taken c.1971, Westfield Lane, Kenton, Middlesex
64. MMW411
Wilts & Dorset 614, MMW411, a Bristol LD6B was the first of three delivered in October 1955 with Eastern Coachworks H33/27R bodies with enclosed platforms with provision for doors to be fitted later.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, The Wharf, Newbury
65. ORM139
A general view of the Welshways premises at Menai Bridge. Vehicles present include 397BLY a former Ewer Group Bedford SB8/Harrington (see higher res photo and here), OAH754 a former Eastern Counties LS coach, and ORM139, a former Cumberland Bristol LD.
Photo taken Wednesday 22 August 1973, Menai Bridge Station
66. OWX160
OWX160 was a Bristol Lodekka LD6B with Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body, new in October 1955 to West Yorkshire Road Car Co and numbered DX 16.
Photo taken April 1972, Holbeach, Lincolnshire
67. RLJ502
Hants & Dorset 1352, RLJ502, the first of eight Bristol LD6Gs with E.C.W. H33/27R bodies new in 1955.
Photo taken Saturday 6 September 1958, Bournemouth Bus Station
68. RTT995
Former Southern National 1876, RTT995, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B with ECW H33/25RD body, new in 1955, but here owned by Kent Metro Ltd. as a PSV training bus.
Photo taken September 1990, Kent & East Sussex Railway, Tenterden?
69. SFM9
Crosville DLB720, SFM9, a Bristol LD6B, new in 1955, with open platform body, en route for Holyhead.
Photo taken Sunday 30 May 1965, Menai Bridge, Anglesey
70. SNN73
SNN73 was number 505 in the Mansfield District fleet and was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/25RD body new in 1955. It was seen on a visit to the garage in Mansfield.
Photo taken Sunday 17 August 1969, Mansfield Garage
71. SNN77
Fok Lei, Macau, M-87-60 Bristol LD6G built in 1955 with ECW bodywork and modified for tropical operation in Macau.
Photo taken July 1981, Macau
72. THW736
Bath Services L8246, THW736, a 'long apron' LD6B/ECW H33/25R is seen here on North Parade, Bath in May 1955 when it was quite new.
Photo taken May 1955, North Parade, Bath
73. THW737
Bath Services LD6B Lodekka L8247, THW737, was just 2 months old when Roger's friend Roy Brown photographed it at Parade Gardens, Bath in May 1955.
Photo taken May 1955, Parade Gardens, Bath
74. THW740
Bristol Tramways 8250, THW740, was a Bristol LD6B with E.C.W. H33/25RD body new in 1955 and is seen in the garage at Gloucester on a P.S.V. Circle visit.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, London Road Depot, Gloucester
75. THW740
Former Bristol L8250, THW740, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1955 with ECW H33/25RD bodywork.
Photo taken October 1983, Dorchester Road, Weymouth
76. VFM587
Crosville DLB722, VFM587, was a Bristol LD6B new in May 1955 with an Eastern Coachworks H33/25RD body. Crosville who had, at some time, fitted a Gardner 6LW engine, withdrew it in August 1969 and it is seen here as Silcox, Pembroke Dock 89 having been acquired in 1969.
Photo taken Friday 3 July 1970, Depot, London Road, Pembroke Dock
77. VFM617
Shaw Bros, Byers Green, VFM617, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1955 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken May 1974, Byers Green
78. VFM620
Green Bus 32, ex-Crosville Bristol LD/ECW VFM620 departing for Lichfield. Green Bus had acquired it in 1970 from Crosville where it had been DLB755, new in July 1955.
Photo taken early 1970s, Anson Street, Rugeley
79. VRB522
Midland General 436, VRB522, a Bristol LD6G new in 1955 with an ECW H33/25RD body is seen here in Chesterfield Bus Station.
Photo taken Tuesday 29 September 1959, Chesterfield Bus Station
80. VRB524
Midland General 438, VRB524, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/25RD body, new in 1955 and seen in Huntingdon Street Bus Station, Nottingham.
Photo taken Sunday 25 August 1963, Huntingdon Street Bus Station, Nottingham
81. WHN703
United Autos 103, WHN703, was an LD6B and one of the first Lodekkas in their fleet, introduced in 1955 (as BL3).
Photo taken August 1970, Corner Cafe, Scarborough
82. WHN703
United Automobile BL3, WHN703, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/25R body, new in 1955.
Photo taken September 1960, Corner Cafe, Scarborough
83. WHN705
United L5, WHN705, sits at the terminus at Corner Café in Scarborough. This road is known as Peasholm Gap and the Corner Café building is on the other side of the road.
Photo taken July 1967, Corner Cafe, North Bay, Scarborough
84. XFM180
Silcox Motor Coach Co Ltd were known for a sizeable fleet of second hand Bristols purchased between 1969 and 1973 including a small number of double deckers. On the left is 103, XFM180, a 1955 LD6G Lodekka with ECW H33/27RD bodywork purchased in June 1970 from Crosville where it was DLB769.
Photo taken Monday 31 July 1978, Silcox Depot, Pembroke Dock
85. XFM203
Former Crosville DLG792, originally with registration number XFM203, a Bristol LD6G with ECW H60RD body, new in 1955
Photo taken Sunday 3 April 2005, Wisley Aerodrome
86. XFM219
Crosville DLG808, XFM219, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1955 as MG808.
Photo taken September 1969, Widnes to Runcorn Bridge
87. XFM220
Crosville DLG809, XFM220, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1955. It was withdrawn in 1972.
Photo taken Mostyn Street, Llandudno
88. XNU424
West Riding 401, XNU424, was an ex-Midland General Bristol Lodekka LD6G/ECW from 1955. This was one of the first of many ex-NBC Lodekkas transferred to West Riding to cover the early demise of the Wulfrunian, but 401 was withdrawn in 1971.
Photo taken 1969, Leeds Central Bus Station
89. XNU426
West Riding 403, XNU426, a 1955 Bristol Lodekka LD6G with original long radiator bought in 1969 from Midland General to replace Guy Wulrunians.
Photo taken 1969, Leeds Central Bus Station
90. 107BHN
United BL7, 107BHN taken in July 1970 at the then Spa terminus of service 104 which made use of the newly built roundabout at the bottom of Valley Bridge Road.
Photo taken July 1970, Spa Roundabout, Scarborough
91. 113BHN
United AS 95, 113BHN, a Bristol LD6B built in 1956 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken May 1973, Fisherman's Square, Redcar
92. 268GVW
Eastern National SD2466, 268GVW, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27R body.
Photo taken Sunday 14 March 1971, Chichester Road, Southend
93. 268GVW
Eastern National Bristol LD6B 1497, 268GVW, carrying a painted advertisement for service 251 on the between decks panel.
94. 268GVW
Eastern National LD6B, SD1497, 268GVW, photographed leaving Victoria Circus on route 22 for Hullbridge.
Photo taken Victoria Circus, Southend
95. 268GVW
Topless, and basically on the scrapheap - but we know not where or when. This is 268GVW - former ENOC LD 2466 - in presumably its final resting place. Anyone have the details?
96. 320GPU
Eastern National SD2458, 320GPU, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27R body, new in 1956. Originally numbered 1489.
Photo taken Saturday 27 March 1965, Southchurch Road/Sutton Road, Southend
97. 320GPU
Eastern National Bristol LD6B 1489, 320GPU, unique with CBC heating. It was later renumbered 2458 and withdrawn in 1971.
Photo taken c 1956, Romford Market Place
98. 323GPU
Eastern National CR2461, 323GPU, Bristol LD / ECW H33/27R, new in 1956, alongside LS 1246, 1861F, B45F, new in 1957.
Photo taken Monday 5 June 1972, West Mersea Outstation
99. 323GPU
Rear view of Eastern National CR2461, 323GPU, a Bristol LD / ECW, and by moving the last digit of the fleetnumber from the back to the front 1246, 1861F, a Bristol LS / ECW.
Photo taken Monday 5 June 1972, West Mersea Outstation
100. 324GPU
Eastern National 0324, 324GPU, Bristol LD / ECW Driver Trainer. New in 1956, received fleetnumber 2462 in August 1964. Became a driver trainer and renumbered to 0324 in December 1973. Withdrawn February 1977.
Photo taken April 1975, Hadleigh Depot
101. 324GPU
Eastern National 2462, 324GPU, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/27R body, new in 1956
Photo taken September 1972, Basildon
102. 433FEV
Seen in Colchester Bus Station is Eastern National 2454, 433FEV, which was a Bristol LD5G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body, new in 1956, as 1485 and renumbered in August 1964.
Photo taken February 1966, Colchester Bus Station
103. 435FEV
Driver Ernest Thorington stands proudly in front of Eastern National Lodekka 1487, 435FEV, at the instantly recognisable Southend Victoria Station terminus, ready for the hour and 26 minute run to Grays.
Photo taken 1956-1958, Victoria Station, Southend
104. 507HTW
Eastern National SD2475, 507HTW, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27R body
Photo taken Tuesday 31 August 1971, Prittlewell Bell, Hobleythick Lane, Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend
105. 508HTW
Eastern National BD1507, 508HTW, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27R new in 1956. Renumbered as 2476 in 1964.
Photo taken Friday 29 August 1958, Tylers Avenue, Southend
106. 509HTW
Welshways 509HTW, a former Eastern National Bristol Lodekka with ECW H33/27R bodywork new in 1956 as ENOC 1508, later renumbered 2477.
Photo taken Wednesday 22 August 1973, Menai Bridge Station
107. 75JNO
This Bristol LD5G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body was new in 1956 as Eastern National 1517, 75JNO, and was seen in Colchester Bus Station after it had been renumbered in August 1964 to 2486.
Photo taken February 1966, Colchester Bus Station
108. 836AFM
Former Crosville Lodekka DLG879, 836AFM, now with Dee Decker Tours of Melbourne. It's probably unlikely that it ever turned a wheel in London and certainly not for LT!
Photo taken Sunday 11 December 2011, diagonally opposite Flinders Street Station, Melbourne, Australia
109. 836AFM
Another view of Lodekka 1284AC (a local Melbourne registration for buses, coaches and other pax carrying vehicles), former Crosville DLG879, 836AFM.
Photo taken Sunday 11 December 2011, Flinders Street, Melbourne, Australia
110. 882GVX
Eastern National Trainer BD0882, 882GVX, formerly 1495/2464, a Bristol LD5G new in 1956
Photo taken Sunday 17 April 1977, Brentwood Depot
111. 883GVX
Eastern National SD1498, 883GVX, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27R body, pictured on a grey Sunday in February in the centre of Southend before heading off for Southchurch on the Eastern Circular.
Photo taken Sunday 2 February 1964, Victoria Station, Southend
112. 969ARA
This Bristol LD6G had formerly been Midland General 450, 969ARA. It is seen here in August 1973 in use as a mobile outside broadcast studio by CH1N Radio which is a radio station based in Toronto, Canada.
Photo taken Monday 27 August 1973, Canada
113. 976ARA
West Riding 461, 976ARA, was ex-Midland General 457, a Wulfrunian replacement Bristol LD6G from 1956.
Photo taken 1971, Wakefield Bus Station
114. BGM101
Central S.M.T. B101, BGM101, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body new in 1960 which was seen in Quarry Street, Hamilton.
Photo taken Friday 21 June 1963, Quarry Street, Hamilton
115. GWG993
Lawson, Kirkintilloch RD17, GWG993, was the second Bristol LD6G to enter the fleet and was new in 1956 with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
116. GWG995
Seen in Dundas Street bus station in Glasgow are two Bristol LD6Gs with Eastern Coachworks bodies in the Lawson, Kirkintilloch fleet. Thery are RD71, KWG599, new in 1959 and RD19, GWG995, new in 1956 showing the different styles of upper deck ventilator windows.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
117. HMS9
Lawson, Kirkintilloch RD24, HMS9, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body seen in Dundas Street bus station in Glasgow.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
118. MBL833
Thames Valley 752, MBL833, a Bristol LD6G with ECW CH55RD body, one of a batch of six new in 1956
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
119. MBL834
Thames Valley Lodekka 753, MBL834, a Bristol LD6G with ECW CH55RD body, one of a batch of six new in 1956.
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
120. MDL951
On a warm summer evening Southern Vectis OT1, MDL951, awaits its next trip to Alum Bay (for The Needles). It was a Bristol LD6G and had been new in April 1956 as 541 with ECW H33/24R bodywork.
Photo taken c.1976, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight
121. MDL954
ex-Southern Vectis Lodekka 500, MDL954, new in 1956, converted to open-top in 1974.
Photo taken Sunday 20 July 2003, Alton
122. MDL954
Two vehicles in service at Ryde Wightrider event were MDL954, aBristol LD6G with ECW H33/24R body New to Southern Vectis in May 1956 andonverted to open-top in 1973. To preservationist 10/1979.
Photo taken Sunday 15 October 2023, IOW Bus Museum
123. MDL955
BAS564, originally Southern Vectis Lodekka MDL955, new in June 1956
Photo taken Sunday 8 August 2004, Bishop's Lydeard
124. MDL955
Southern Vectis 545, MDL955, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW O33/27R body, new in 1956 as H33/24R and converted to open top in 1975.
Photo taken September 1997, above Alum Bay, Isle of Wight, approaching Needles Battery
125. MNV117
United Counties 500, MNV117, was a Bristol LD6B with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body, new in 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 6 February 1960, Bedford
126. NBD907
NBD907 was new as United Counties 508 in 1956 and the Bristol LD5G chassis carried E.C.W. H33/27RD bodywork. It is seen here in Bedford about to depart for Hitchin.
Photo taken Saturday 6 February 1960, Bedford
127. NCY636
NCY636, seen in Neath, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body and was United Welsh 303.
Photo taken Sunday 11 June 1967, Orchard Street, Neath
128. NSG778
A rather dismal Bathgate with Eastern Scottish AA1, NSG778, a Bristol LD6G/ ECW combination from 1956.
Photo taken Mar 1971, King Street, Bathgate, West Lothian
129. NSG779
Eastern Scottish AA2, NSG779, a Bristol LD6G with ECW H33/27R body, new in 1956, withdrawn in 1975, and last heard of in the USA in 1976.
Photo taken 1969, St Andrew Square Bus Station, Edinburgh
130. NSG789
Highland, Inverness L10, NSG789, a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body was seen in Inverness.
Photo taken Friday 30 July 1965, Academy Street, Inverness
131. OHR123
Hants & Dorset OHR123 was a Bristol LD6G with ECW H33/27RD body. It was new to Wilts and Dorset, as no 623, renumbered 423 when the H&D and W&D fleets were merged in 1971.
Photo taken January 1976, Grosvenor Square, Southampton
132. OHR123
Wilts & Dorset 622, OHR123, was a Bristol LD6G new in 1956 with an ECW H33/27RD body seen here in Winchester.
Photo taken Tuesday 9 February 1960, Winchester Bus Station
133. OHR708
Ten Bristol LD6Gs with Eastern Coachworks bodies H33/27R bodies were delivered to Wilts & Dorset in late 1956. The first four (620-623) had platform doors but 626, OHR708, is one of the ones with open platforms and is seen in Basingstoke.
Photo taken Thursday 21 August 1958, Brook Street, Basingstoke
134. OHR919
Preserved Wilts & Dorset 628, OHR919, a 1956 Bristol LD6G with ECW H33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken Monday 27 August 2007, Stokes Bay, Gosport
135. OWX176
West Yorkshire 4026, OWX176, was delivered new to the Company in 1956 as its DX32, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken 1970s, Grove Park Depot, Harrogate
136. OWX176
OWX176 was a Bristol Lodekka LD6B with ECW H33/27RD body, new as West Yorkshire Road Car Company DX32 in March 1956. It was withdrawn in September 1969, but was one of two LD type Lodekkas that were reprieved and converted into the first dedicated learner buses for West Yorkshire, despite having already been painted into "disposal livery" with green paint covering the cream bands.
Photo taken September 1970, Behind West Yorkshire's Grove Park depot, Harrogate
137. OWX178
West Yorkshire DX34, OWX178, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27RD body, new in February 1956.
Photo taken August 1968, Knaresborough Bus Station, Yorkshire
138. OWX181
West Yorkshire RC 4027, OWX181, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1956 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork. New as DX37, this had been relegated to training duties when seen in Ripon.
Photo taken April 1974, Ripon
139. OWX181
West Yorkshire DX37, OWX181, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27RD body, new in March 1956 and in use as a trainer from November 1970.
Photo taken August 1971, Harrogate Bus Station
140. RWY824
West Yorkshire DX46, RWY824, a Bristol LD6B dating from 1956, sweeps out of Roseville Road depot, Leeds heading for Vicar Lane bus station to take up duty.
Photo taken circa 1967, Roseville Road Depot, Leeds
141. RWY824
A pair of former West Yorkshire Bristol Lodekkas await a buyer at the premises of North of Sherburn the well known dealer. DX46, RWY824, dates from 1956 while former York West Yorkshire YDX74, UWU978, is some two years younger.
Photo taken 1974, Sherburn in Elmete
142. RWY825
West Yorkshire DX47, RWY825, a 1956 Bristol LD6B is seen in Pontefract working for Ideal of Hoyle Mill.
Photo taken 1969, Pontefract Bus Station
143. TUO498
Southern National 2053, AUO523B, a Bristol Lodekka FLF6B with Eastern Coachworks H38/32F body, new in 1964, and 1897, TUO498, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B with Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body, new in 1956.
Photo taken July 1969, Ilfracombe Bus Station
144. TUO499
Southern National 1898, TUO499, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B with Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body, new in 1956.
Photo taken July 1969, Watersmeet Hotel, Woolacombe, Devon
145. TUO502
Southern National 1901, TUO502, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B with Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body, new in 1956.
Photo taken July 1969, Woolacombe Parish Church, Beach Road, Woolacombe
146. TUO502
Two Southern National ECW-bodied Bristols: On the left 726, MUO338F, an LH6L with B41F body, new in 1968; on the right 1901, TUO502, a Lodekka LD6B with H33/27RD body new in 1956.
Photo taken July 1969, Watersmeet Hotel, The Esplanade, between Woolacombe and Mortehoe
147. UNG177
Eastern Counties LKD177, reg UNG177, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1956
Photo taken Tuesday 18 August 1964, Norwich Bus Station
148. UNG181
1956 Eastern Counties Bristol Lodekka LKD181, UNG181, leaving Ipswich Bus Station on the long trek to Norwich on Service 14.
Photo taken Saturday 14 May 1960, Old Cattle Market Bus Station, Ipswich
149. UNG184
Eastern Counties LKD184, reg UNG184, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/27RD body, one of a batch of 16 Lodekkas delivered in 1956
Photo taken Thursday 10 June 1965, Bridge Road, Great Yarmouth
150. UNG189
Eastern Counties LKD189, UNG189, seen here at Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough, was one of sixteen Bristol LD5Gs with Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD bodies received in 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 24 January 1959, Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough
151. WHU947
Former Bristol Omnibus L8394, WHY947, is an open-top LD6G of 1956, which spent many years with W. Norths of Sherburn (dealers) in whose guise it is seen here. It is now reported to be in the Netherlands. Next to it is West Yorkshire SGL16.
Photo taken Saturday 29 March 1997, Transperience Museum, Bradford
152. XFM216
Crosville DLG805, XFM216, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1956 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken July 1978, Wrexham Bus Station
153. 118BHN
United AS 118, 118BHN, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1957 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork. Waiting at the old Haymarket bus station for the run up to Ashington on a very dull and dreary day.
Photo taken November 1969, Haymarket Bus Station, Newcastle
154. 118BHN
United Automobile BL18, 118BHN, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27RD new in 1957.
Photo taken Oct/ Nov 1960, Billy Mill
155. 11DRB
West Riding 418, 11DRB, was one of the Lodekkas brought in to help replace the Wulfrunians and is seen outside Savile Street depot in Wakefield in June 1972. It had originally been 462 in the Midland General fleet and was a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/25RD body featuring power doors instead of the more familiar manual ones.
Photo taken Tuesday 13 June 1972, outside Savile Street Garage, Wakefield
156. 120BHN
United AS 88, 120BHN, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1957 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken April 1977, Park Street, Middlesbrough
157. 13DRB
Seen outside the garage in Ilkeston is Notts & Derby 464, 13DRB, the sole Bristol LDL6G in the fleet. New in 1957 with an Eastern Coachworks H37/33R body, it was fitted with platform doors in June 1964 and passed to South Wales as number 906 in September 1971.
Photo taken Sunday 28 April 1968, Midland General Garage, Ilkeston
158. 77JNO
Eastern National SD1519, 77JNO, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/27R body. Later renumbered 2488.
Photo taken Wednesday 18 March 1964, Thorpe Bay Corner, Southend
159. 77JNO
Eastern National CF2488, 77JNO, Bristol LD / ECW H33/27R, new in 1957, withdrawn November 1975.
Photo taken Friday 27 October 1972, Chelmsford
160. 77JNO
Eastern National SD1519, 77JNO, a Bristol LD5G with ECW L60R body, new in 1957. Later in 1964 renumbered to 2488.
Photo taken Friday 29 August 1958, Victoria Station, Southend
161. 80JNO
Eastern National 2491, 80JNO, seen emerging from Southend London Road garage on service 25A en-route to Leigh
Photo taken EN Depot/Bus Station, London Road, Southend
162. 833AFM
Delivered to Crosville in 1957 was this Bristol Lodekka LD6G DLG876, 833AFM. It is seen in Edinbugh in 2001 when working for Macs Tours. It remains in service with Dreadnought of Alnwick
Photo taken July 2001, Waverley Bridge, Edinburgh
163. 833AFM
Former Crosville MG876, 833AFM, a Bristol LD6G with ECW H33/27R body, new in May 1957, converted by Crosville to open-top in 1978 and withdrawn by them in 1982.
Photo taken Monday 4 September 2006, Alnwick
164. 836AFM
Ex-Crosville DLG879 is seen here in Melbourne, registered LHO-888, operating for London Transport Bus Tours and masquerading as RM4 whilst operating route 11 to Liverpool Street. The Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body was new in 1957 as Crosville MG879, 836AFM, being renumbered in May 1958 under the fleet renumbering scheme.
Photo taken October 1972, Melbourne
165. 838AFM
New to Crosville in 1957 as MG881, 838AFM, this Bristol Lodekka LD6G was later renumbered DLG881. it was the last LD type Lodekka in passenger service with Crosville when it was withdrawn in 1979 and became a driver trainer and was sold to North Western (the 1986 version of the company) for further use
Photo taken Sunday 29 October 1995, Halifax
166. 838AFM
Preserved Crosville Lodekka DLG881, 838AFM, new in May 1957.
Photo taken Saturday 17 May 2008, Manchester Museum of Transport
167. 989EHN
United AS 160, 989EHN, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1957 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken October 1969, High Street, Stockton-on-Tees
168. 989EHN
Durham District Services DBL7, 989EHN, was a Bristol LD6B with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body.
Photo taken Sunday 2 August 1959, rear parking area of the Leadyard Bus Terminus, Darlington
169. 989EHN
Durham District Services DL7, 989EHN, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1957 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken August 1967, High Street, Stockton
170. 991EHN
Durham District DL 8, 991EHN, a Bristol LD6B of 1957 with Eastern Coach Works H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken April 1968, Park Lane Bus Station, Sunderland
171. 9DRB
Midland General received five Bristol LD6Gs with Eastern Coachworks H33/25RD bodies in 1957. All passed to West Riding in 1970 and 9DRB which had become West Riding 414 is seen in the parking area at the side of Saville Street garage in Wakefield.
Photo taken Tuesday 18 April 1972, Saville Street Garage, Wakefield
172. 9DRB
Midland General received five Bristol LD6Gs with Eastern Coachworks H33/25RD bodies in 1957. All passed to West Riding in 1970 and 9DRB which had become West Riding 414 is seen in the parking area at the side of Saville Street garage in Wakefield.
Photo taken Tuesday 18 April 1972, Saville Street Garage, Wakefield
173. JSD926
Western S.M.T. 1290, JSD926, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body new in 1957 and is seen in Dumfries.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
174. JSD927
Western SMT DB1291, JSD927, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1957 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork. Waiting in Dumfries for school to finish.
Photo taken June 1971, Dumfries
175. JSD933
Bristol LD6G JSD933 with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body was number 1297 in the Western S.M.T. fleet.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Clyde Street, Glasgow
176. JSD953
Western S.M.T. bought thirty-six Bristol LD6Gs with Eastern Coachworks H33/27R (20) or H33/27RD (16) bodies in 1957 and 1317, JSD953, one of the sixteen which had platform doors is seen here at Paisley Cross.
Photo taken Wednesday 19 June 1963, Gauze Street, Paisley Cross
177. JWG83
Seen awaiting departure from Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow is Bristol LD6G JWG83 with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body which was RD28 in the Lawson, Kirkintilloch fleet and which had been delivered in 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
178. JWG85
Colour views of Lawsons buses, which were incorporated in the W Alexander & Sons fleet, are seldom uploaded. JWG85, RD30, a 1957 Bristol Lodekka has turned from Parliamentary Road into the entrance to Dundas Street bus station and has been parked outside the toilets!
Photo taken Dundas Street Bus Station, Dundas St at Parliamentary Road
179. NBD621
United Counties 522, NBD921, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/27RD body new in February 1957, seen at Bletchley Station on route 160 to Bedford.
Photo taken Thursday 9 December 1971, Bletchley Station
180. NBD923
United Counties 524, NBD923, a 1957 Bristol LD6B with ECW 60 seat body. How we took these for granted! The blinds show a service operated jointly with Luton Corporation.
Photo taken October 1960, Luton Garage
181. NBL736
New in 1957, Thames Valley 779, NBL736, was a Bristol LDL6G with an Eastern Coachworks H37/33R body seen at Reading Station.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, Reading Station
182. NBL736
Thames Valley 779, NBL736, was a Bristol LDL6G with an Eastern Coachworks H37/33R body new in 1957 and is seen here at Reading Stations. It was fitted with air brakes and had been intended for Southern Vectis.
Photo taken Saturday 22 August 1959, Reading Stations
183. OCY954
Bristol LD6G OCY954, new in March 1957 with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body, was number 307 in the United Welsh fleet and was photographed in Neath.
Photo taken Sunday 11 June 1967, Orchard Street, Neath
184. ODL10
Southern Vectis Lodekka 550, ODL10, followed by L type 835, HDL279 and two more Lodekkas behind.
Photo taken Saturday 27 February 1965, Avenue Road, Sandown, Isle of Wight
185. OWS583
Eastern Scottish AA583, OWS583, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1957 with ECW H33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken August 1974, St Andrew Square Bus Station, Edinburgh
186. OWS592
Scottish Omnibuses, Edinburgh AA592, OWS592, a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body is seen in Airdrie Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 31 July 1965, Airdrie Bus Station
187. OWS597
Scottish Omnibuses, Edinburgh AA597, OWS597, a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body is seen entering Airdrie Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 31 July 1965, Airdrie Bus Station
188. OWS609
Eastern Scottish AA609, OWS609, a Bristol LD6G, new in July 1957.
Photo taken Buchanan Street Bus Station, Glasgow
189. OWS613
Eastern Scottish Edinburgh towing vehicle ran on 803S tradeplates and was new as AA613, OWS613, a Bristol LD6G built in 1957 with ECW H33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Elder Street, Edinburgh
190. PBE124
Lincolnshire old and new awaiting ferry passengers from Hull at New Holland Town Station in 1973. 2345, PBE124, is a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/27RD new in March 1957 retaining Tilling green livery with NBC fleetname. It contrasts with NBC green 1021, RVL249L, a Bristol LH6P with ECW B43F coachwork of September 1972.
Photo taken Thursday 14 June 1973, New Holland Town Station
191. PBE127
OFW788 was Lincolnshire Road Car Company 2439, a Bristol SC4LK with ECW B35F body, new in February 1957 and withdrawn in 1971. Sold to Twell, dealer, Ingham in October 1971 it was later resold into the London area.
Photo taken May 1965, Grantham Bus Station
192. SAX64
Red & White L257, SAX64, was a Bristol LD6B which had been new in October 1957 with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body.
Photo taken Thursday 8 June 1967, Castle Street, Merthyr Tydfil
193. TWY603
Two views of Harrogate Bus Station; a typical view from the late 1950s. DX61, TWY603, is on the Leeds (36) stand; this was a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27RD body, new on 1 November 1957 to Leeds depot. Transferred just a year later to Harrogate, it could have been working for either depot in this photograph as duties on the 36 were shared.
Photo taken late 1950s, Harrogate Bus Station
194. UEL711
Hants & Dorset 1390, UEL711, a Bristol LD6G with ECW H33/27R body new in late 1957 alongside 825, JLJ51E, 10 years its junior, a Bedford VAM5 with Strachan B33D body.
Photo taken 1970, Bournemouth Bus Station
195. UEL727
Hants & Dorset 1406, UEL727, seen in Salisbury Bus Station, was a Bristol LDL6G with an Eastern Coachworks H37/33R body dating from October 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 28 April 1963, Salisbury Bus Station
196. UOD501
Southern National 1918, UOD501, was a Bristol LD6B with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body new in 1957.
Photo taken Saturday 15 June 1968, Yeovil Bus Station
197. VDV752
Ex-Western National Bristol LDL open topper VDV752 as Eastern Counties OT1 on route 769 at Sheringham. It carries signwriting for this route.
Photo taken Sheringham
198. VDV752
Ex-Western National Bristol LDL open topper VDV752 as Eastern Counties OT1 on its way to the Derby.
Photo taken Wednesday 5 June 1985
199. VDV752
Eastern Counties OT1, VDV752, is one of the few examples of the Bristol LDL6G. Only 7 were built. She was new to Western National in 1957 with ECW H37/33RD bodywork, converted to open top layout by the time my father took this view of her, with Eastern Counties, in September 1984.
Photo taken September 1984, Cromer Seafront
200. VDV752
Originally built in 1957 for Western National but by 1976 operating in open top form for Devon General in Torbay is Bristol Lodekka LDL6G 1935, VDV752, named Admiral Boscawen.
Photo taken Monday 2 August 1976, Commercial Road, Paignton
201. VDV753
Eastern Counties OT2, VDV753, Bristol LDL6G / ECW open top. Ex-Western National 1936, new in December 1957.
Photo taken Summer 1981, Felixstowe
202. VDV753
Ex-Western National Bristol LDL open topper VDV753 as Eastern Counties OT2 at a Southend bus rally. It carries signwriting for the Felixstowe Seafront Special and a side route board advertising open top evening tours.
Photo taken Southchurch Park East, Southend
203. VDV753
Western National 1936, VDV753, is seen in Penzance whilst operating the open-top service between Newlyn Bridge and Marazion. It is a Bristol LDL6G which was delivered in December 1957 with ECW H37/33RD bodywork. It was coverted to open-top in May 1973 and named Sir Humphry Davy.
Photo taken mid 1970s, Penzance Bus Station
204. VDV753
Braving the very wet weather is Western National 1936, VDV753 and is seen at the BVBG spring!! running day. It was sold by Quantock Motors at end of 2014 to a member of the BVBG and this is probably it's first pubic appearance since then. It may even have had a repaint or intensive clean up because it's devoid of it's name "Sir Humphry Davy" etc. The sister vehicle is likely to be sold during 2015.
Photo taken Sunday 29 March 2015, Brislington
205. VDV753
Western National 1936, VDV753, a Bristol Lodekka LDL6G built in 1957 with ECW O37/33RD bodywork.
Photo taken June 1974, Penzance Bus Station
206. VDV778
Southern National 1944, VDV778, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1957. The driver appears to have twisted the wiper blade up onto the cream band to stop it parking across the windscreen in his field of vision, being a very hot and dry day.
Photo taken July 1969, Croyde
207. VVF196
VVF196, ex- Eastern Counties LKD196, a Bristol LD5G from 1957 shown in a rather gloomy Sauchiehall Street at Elmbank St on a private hire with Silver Fox.
Photo taken Saturday 18 October 1975, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
208. YHT929
Ex-Bristol Omnibus Co. Bristol LD/ECW YHT929 decorated to advertise a "Christmas Wonderland" at Spitalfields Market.
Photo taken December 1992, London Spitalfields Market
209.
An unidentified Bristol LD, now in Spain with registration number H2734BBB, seen here parked in the centre of Alcazar de San Juan in the province of Ciudad Real and being used by a local radio station for their outside broadcast at the town fiestas
Photo taken Wednesday 7 September 2005, Alcazar de San Juan, Spain
210. 12HHN
United AS 137, 12HHN, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1958 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork. Looking exceptionally clean and ready for the run to Durham from Middlesbrough. This had been new as BL37, becoming L37, and finally renumbered 137.
Photo taken August 1972, Park Street, Middlesbrough
211. 16DRB
New in 1958 as Notts & Derby 467, 16DRB was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/25R body.
Photo taken Sunday 12 July 1964, Mount Street, Nottingham
212. 1847F
Eastern National Lodekka SD2502, 1847F, caught here after sustaining a fairly major rear end shunt.
Photo taken c. 1969, Prittlewell Works, Southend (??)
213. 1849F
Eastern National CN2504, 1849F, Bristol LD / ECW H33/27R, new in 1958, withdrawn March 1976.
Photo taken Saturday 13 July 1974, Clacton Bus Station
214. 1850F
Eastern National 2505, 1850F, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/27R body new in 1958.
Photo taken October 1969, Basildon Depot
215. 1857F
Eastern National, 2523, 1857F, was a Bristol LD5G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body new in October 1958 as number 1544. It was renumbered in August 1964.
Photo taken February/March 1966, Prittlewell Depot, Southend
216. 236LNO
Eastern National BD2510, 236LNO, a Bristol LDL6G with ECW H37/33R body. It was one of two prototype air-suspension flat-floor Lodekkas built at the end of 1958 (the other, a 27ft. LDS6G, went to Crosville) and was essentially a FL type. Originally numbered 1541, it was withdrawn in 1977.
Photo taken Friday 26 March 1965, Seaway, Southend
217. 236LNO
Eastern National's experimental Bristol LDL with an ECW H37/33R body (it had chassis number LDLX.004 and body number EX4), CR2510, 236LNO.
Photo taken Saturday 12 January 1974, Colchester Depot
218. 236LNO
ENOC Bristol LDL 2510, 236LNO stands at Brentwood, its old stamping ground, on the route 251 running day, temporarily abandoned by its driver to take this photo.
Photo taken Sunday 29 April 2012, High Street, Brentwood
219. 261HNU
261HNU was new in 1958 as Midland General 476. It was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/25RD body and is seen at the garage in Mansfield.
Photo taken Sunday 17 August 1969, Mansfield Garage
220. 285HFM
Crosville DLG949, 285HFM, a "blank fronted" Bristol LDS6G new in 1958 one of the prototype flat-floor Lodekkas.
221. 285HFM
Crosville 285HFM was one of the prototype Lodekkas, LDX or LDS6G built in 1958, seen here in Mostyn Street, Llandudno on a service to Penmaen Head.
Photo taken Mostyn Street, Llandudno
222. 286HFM
This is 286HFM, Crosville DLG950, fitted with experimental Gardner 6LX engine from new in 1958. It is a Bristol LD6G with PO33/27RD body. It was photographed in one of the famous hangers at Hooton Park which have the Belfast Trusses. These listed buildings which now have heritage lottery grant will be 100 years old in 2017.
Photo taken Sunday 24 May 2015, Hooton Park
223. 286HFM
Crosville (DL)G950, 286HFM, a 1958 Bristol LD6G/ECW H33/27RD, converted into a service vehicle, recovering demic VR DVL336
Photo taken Friday 10 October 1980, West Kirby
224. 351LPU
Eastern National Lodekka 351LPU being delivered to Brentwood depot - the ECW delivery date given as 24-10-58.
Photo taken late October 1958, Brentwood Depot
225. 353LPU
Eastern National SD1547, 353LPU, one of the 1958 deliveries of LD5Gs - at the time it was unusual for even a 6 year old vehicle to be found on the Eastern and Western Circulars.
Photo taken Monday 6 April 1964, Prittlewell Hill, Southend
226. 353LPU
Eastern National CR2516, 353LPU, Bristol LD / ECW. Seen on driver training. New 1958, withdrawn September 1976.
Photo taken Friday 9 February 1973, Holbrook
227. 357LPU
Eastern National 1551, 357LPU, a Bristol LD5G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body new in 1958.
Photo taken Saturday 28 March 1964, Colchester Bus Station
228. 423GHN
United Automobile 123, 423GHN, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B with E.C.W. H33/27R body, new in 1958 as BL23.
Photo taken April 1971, Bishop Auckland Market Place
229. 425GHN
United Auto 98, 425GHN, an ECW H33/27R bodied Bristol LD6B seen as a driver training vehicle in Scarborough, climbing Westwood coming from the garage.
Photo taken Wednesday 19 April 1972, Westwood, Scarborough
230. 990EHN
United AS 126, 990EHN, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1958 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken March 1973, Middlesbrough bus station
231. 999GHN
United AS 134, 999GHN, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1958 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork. New to United as BL34.
Photo taken August 1971, Fisherman's Square, Redcar
232. GM9287
Representing some of the preserved vehicles operating on the "Running Day " as part of Glasgow's West End festival, two Central SMT buses B87 (TVS367 originally GM9287) a 1958 Bristol LD6G and BL346 (HGM346E), a 1967 FLF6G, rest between duties near the Riverside Museum. Both vehicles are part of the G.V.V.T. collection
Photo taken 28 Jun 2015, Riverside Museum Car Park, Glasgow
233. KWG604
Lawson, Kirkintilloch RD51, KWG604, was a Bristol LD6G with Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body new in 1958 and is seen at Dundas Street Bus Station in Glasgow.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
234. KWG604
Seen in Dundas Street bus station in Glasgow is Lawson, Kirkintilloch RD51, KWG604, a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body new in 1958.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
235. KWG605
This Bristol LD6G, KWG605, with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body was number RD52 in the Lawson, Kirkintilloch fleet and is seen in Dundas Street bus station in Glasgow.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
236. OCS66
Western S.M.T. 1562, OCS66, was a Brstol LD6G with E.C.W. H33/27RD body seen in Dumfries alongside a Northern Counties bodied AEC Regent.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
237. OFU89
Lincolnshire Road Car 2339, OFU89, a Bristol Lodekka LD with E.C.W. body.
Photo taken Wednesday 16 September 1970, Drummond Road, Skegness
238. PDL519
PDL519 was originally one of a batch of 4 Bristol LD6G Lodekkas delivered new to Southern Vectis in June 1958. It was allocated fleet number 559 and initially worked from Shanklin Depot.
Photo taken Friday 13 October 2023, IOW Bus Museum, Ryde
239. RSC647
Scottish Omnibuses AA647, RSC647, a Bristol LD6G, new in March 1958 with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body, was seen in Edinburgh Bus Station.
Photo taken Thursday 23 July 1959, Edinburgh Bus Station
240. RSC655
Scottish Omnibuses AA655, RSC655, Bristol LD6G/ECW H33/27R, new in May 1958.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Cunningham Street, Glasgow
241. SBD549
United Counties 549, SBD549, a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27RD body, new in December 1958.
Photo taken May 1959, Rushden Station
242. TWY607
TWY607 was new in February 1958 to West Yorkshire Road Car Co, numbered DX65 and allocated to Harrogate depot.
Photo taken April 1964, Station Parade, Harrogate
243. VAO387
Central Coaches (Voy), Newton Aycliffe, VAO387, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1958 with ECW H33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken April 1973, Newton Aycliffe
244. VDV760
Western National 1943, VDV760, a 1958 Bristol LD6G with ECW H33/27RD body.
Photo taken Sunday 27 May 2012, Heath Common, Wakefield
245. VVF206
Eastern Counties LKD206, VVF206, a Bristol LD5G (although some sources say LD6G) with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body new in March 1958, is seen in the bus station in Peterborough.
Photo taken Sunday 20 September 1964, Peterborough Bus Station
246. VVF215
Eastern Counties LKD215, VVF215, a Bristol LD / ECW, new in October 1958.
Photo taken Saturday 11 November 1972, Ipswich Road, Holbrook
247. WAL440
Mansfield District 513, WAL440, was one of three Bristol LD6Gs (513-515) with Eastern Coachworks H33/25R bodies delivered in 1958. A further three, 510-512, were also delivered in the same year but with H33/25RD bodies. 4513-515 were fitted with platform doors in 1964 as seen here at the garage in Mansfield.
Photo taken Sunday 17 August 1969, Mansfield Garage
248. YHT964
Seen at the garage at Cheltenham is YHT964, Cheltenham District L97, with a Duple bodied Guy and an E.C.W. bodied Bristol bringing up the rear. YHT964 was an E.C.W. H33/25R bodied Bristol LD6G new in 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Cheltenham Garage
249. 13HHN
United AS L38, 13HHN, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1959 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken July 1968, Sedgefield
250. 215ANN
Mansfield District Traction 518, 215ANN, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/25RD body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 12 July 1964, Mansfield Garage
251. 236LNO
Eastern National's unique LDL6G prototype flat-floor air-suspension 70-seater, 236LNO, new in 1959, numbered 1541 when delivered, it became 2510 in the 1964 renumbering and was withdrawn in 1977.
Photo taken Brentwood Depot
252. 236LNO
Another view of Eastern National's unique LDL6G prototype 1541/2510, 236LNO. It is seen here at Colchester during an ENEG (now EBEG) tour, 2510 having moved to Braintree for driver training in 1973 and then on to Colchester for service use.
Photo taken Thursday 25 April 1974, Colchester
253. 236LNO
Preserved Eastern National 2510, 236LNO, seen passing under Chelmsford railway bridge, a trip out to get its MOT renewed.
Photo taken Tuesday 6 March 2012, Duke Street, Chelmsford
254. 236LNO
Eastern National 2510, 236LNO, with replacement panels outside the museum at Canvey with owner Craig Mara hard at work. 2510 was Eastern National's unique LDL6G prototype flat-floor air-suspension 70-seater new in 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 12 March 2016, Canvey Museum
255. 359LPU
Rear view of Eastern National 2522, 359LPU, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/27R body, new in 1959
Photo taken February 1967, Basildon Depot
256. 451LHN
Sunderland District 288, YPT288, was a Burlingham-bodied Leyland PD3/4 from 1958. Standing next to it is United Autos 151, 451LHN, a Bristol LD6B of 1959.
Photo taken 1972, Hartlepool Bus Station
257. 50PPU
Eastern National 2527, 50PPU, a Bristol LD5G with ECW H33/27R body, new in 1959
Photo taken August 1965, Basildon Bus Station
258. 50PPU
Eastern National 2527, 50PPU, Bristol LD5G of 1959 vintage, departing the company's London Road depot in the early evening empty and possibly finished its day's work after running a 22B service to Southend Central Rail Station.
Photo taken Thursday 2 August 1973, EN Depot/Bus Station, London Road, Southend
259. 514BTA
Western National 1962, 514BTA, a Bristol LD6G with ECW H33/27RD bodywork waits outside Redruth Railway Station prior to operating a short-working on service 546 to Illogan (Churchtown).
Photo taken mid 1970s, Redruth Station
260. 516BTA
Western National 1964, 516BTA, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1959 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken June 1974, Penzance Bus Station
261. 518JRA
Matlock Bus Station where Midland General met North Western, witness this immaculate Lodekka 518JRA on the E3 service with the BET owned North Western LDB739, AEC Reliance with Weymann DP43F, by now converted to pay as you enter.
Photo taken Saturday 2 September 1967, Matlock Bus Station
262. 518JRA
Midland General 480, 518JRA, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/25RD body new in 1959, and was seen in Chesterfield Bus Station.
Photo taken Sunday 14 August 1966, Chesterfield Bus Station
263. 526JRA
Midland General 488, 526JRA, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/25RD body, new in 1959.
Photo taken 1972, Midland General Langley Mill Depot
264. 527JRA
Midland General 489, 527JRA, seen at the Langley Mill Garage. was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/25RD body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 12 July 1964, Langley Mill Garage
265. 54PPU
Seen in Basildon is Eastern National LD 2531, 54PPU alongside Bristol VR NPU 983M
Photo taken Basildon Depot
266. 55PPU
Seen in Colchester in 1974 is 1959 Eastern National Bristol LD 2532, 55PPU.
Photo taken 1974, Colchester Bus Station
267. 55PPU
Eastern National LD, looks like 2532, 55PPU, seen here in the summer sunshine in Central Southend in 1973
Photo taken Summer 1973, outside the old Victoria Bus Station, Southend
268. 58PPU
Eastern National SD2535, 58PPU, Bristol LD / ECW H33/27R, new in 1959, withdrawn September 1976.
Photo taken Saturday 18 March 1972, Southend Central Station
269. 611LFM
Crosville DLG1, 611LFM, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 1971, Birkenhead
270. 612LFM
Crosville trainer G2, 612LFM (originally DLG2) a 1959 Bristol Lodekka with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken 1979, Mann Island, Liverpool
271. 624LFM
Crosville DLB14, 624LFM, a Bristol/ECW LD6G.
Photo taken 1973, Arpley Bus Station, Warrington
272. 627HFM
Bristol 8581, 627HFM, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1959 with ECW CO33/27RD bodywork, named "Western Winner" and seen at Weston-super-Mare on tourist duties. This had been new to Crosville as DLB978 and has been preserved since the shot was taken.
Photo taken September 1976, Birkett Road/Birnbeck Road, Weston-super-Mare
273. 627HFM
Cumbria Classic Coaches of Ravenstonedale operate this convertable open top Bristol Lodekka LD6B on tourist services in the Northern Dales. Seen storming through Kirkby Stephen, it was new to Crosville in 1959 as their DLB978, 627HFM.
Photo taken Sunday 24 April 2011, Kirkby Stephen
274. 627HFM
Ex Crosville 627HFM, fleetnumber DLB978, is a Bristol Lodekka with convertible ECW 60 seat body new in 1959. Originally fitted with a Bristol engine it now sports a Gardner unit.
Photo taken Sunday 31 March 2013, Kirkby Stephen West Station
275. 627HFM
A photograph of former Crosville Bristol LD6B DLB978, 627HFM, participating in the annual Kirkby Stephen Rally has recently appeared on the site. It shouldn't be forgotten, however, that this bus, new in 1959 and believed to be the last Lodekka in the British Isles which retains its detachable roof as built from new, earns its keep operating private hires and scheduled services for Cumbria Classic Coaches of Ravenstonedale.
Photo taken Wednesday 31 August 2011, Galgate, Barnard Castle
276. 627HFM
Former Crosville Bristol LD6B DLB978, 627HFM, now operated by Cumbria Classic Coaches, is admired by passing tourists as it stands in the former Station Yard at Hawes. It was operating the company's service from Ravenstonedale via Kirkby Stephen and Aisgill which operates on Tuesdays between Easter and the end of October.
Photo taken Tuesday 28 August 2007, Station Yard, Hawes
277. 632HFM
Crosville DLB983, 632HFM, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1959 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken November 1968, PMT's Newcastle under Lyme Garage
278. 969EHW
Bristol Lodekka 969EHW, Bath Services L8515, taken from outside the rear window to show interior lower detail and sunken aisle. The doors were closed which helped avoid window reflection.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013, Brislington Park & Ride
279. 969EHW
Bristol Lodekka 969EHW, Bath Services L8515, is part of Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection (BOVC) but on hire to Crosvllle Motors of Weston Super Mare for use at weddings etc.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013, Brislingon Park & Ride
280. 969EHW
Preserved former Bath Electric L8515, 969EHW, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/25RD body, new in July 1959
Photo taken Monday 1 January 2007, Winchester Bus Station
281. 969EHW
Preserved former Bath Electric L8515, 969EHW, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/25RD body, new in July 1959
Photo taken Sunday 1 January 2012, Winchester Bus Station
282. GM9993
Central S.M.T. B93, GM9993, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body new in 1959.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Broomknoll Street, Airdrie
283. KWG599
Lawson, Kirkintilloch RD71, KWG599, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body and was one of two new in 1959 which was seen at Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
284. KWG601
Seen in Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow is KWG601 which was RD72 in the fleet of Lawson, Kirkintilloch. It was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body and was one of two new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Dundas Street Bus Station, Glasgow
285. KWG602
Alexander, Falkirk RD73, KWG602, was the first of thirty-three Bristol LD6Gs with Eastern Coachworks H33/27R bodies, new in 1959, RD73 being new in February.
Photo taken Friday 24 July 1959, South Street, Perth
286. MCS763
MCS763 was number 1474 in the Western S.M.T. fleet and was a Bristool LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body, one of seventeen new in 1959. A further ten were similar vehicles but without platform doors.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, North Drive, off St Enoch Square, Glasgow
287. MMS739
Alexander, Falkirk RD87, MMS739, was one of thirty-three Bristol LD6Gs with Eastern Coachworks H33/27R bodies new in 1959, RD87 being new in March.
Photo taken Friday 24 July 1959, Kinnoull Street, Perth
288. NFE933
Lincolnshire RC 2370, NFE933, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1959 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken September 1977, Scunthorpe Bus Station
289. OPN801
Brighton Hove & District 1959 Bristol LDS6B / ECW 60 seat no 1, OPN801, one of a batch of 8, 1-8 (OPN801-808). However the first three. including this one, were convertible to open top. Look for the join!
Photo taken 1961, Brighton
290. OPN803
Brighton and Hove 3, OPN803, a Bristol LDS6B with ECW CO33/27R body, convertible to open-top, new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 12 April 1964, Old Steine, Brighton
291. OPN805
Brighton and Hove 5, OPN805, a Bristol LDS6B with ECW H33/27R body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 12 April 1964, Old Steine, Brighton
292. OPN805
Second view of Brighton and Hove 5, OPN805, a Bristol LDS6B with ECW H33/27R body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 12 April 1964, Old Steine, Brighton
293. OPN805
Brighton Hove & District 1959 Bristol LDS6B / ECW 60 seat no 5, OPN805, one of a batch of 8, 1-8 (OPN 801-808). You will note from the other two photos on the site of the same vehicle 3 years later in 1964 that by that time the blind box had been altered. It still had a Watneys advert on the offside however.
Photo taken 1961, Lewes Road, Brighton
294. OPN806
Brighton, Hove & District 6, OPN806, a Bristol LDS6B with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body is seen at Preston Barracks, Lewes Road, Brighton.
Photo taken Sunday 11 September 1960, Lewes Road, Brighton
295. OPN808
Parked opposite Conway Street Garage was OPN808, a Bristol LDS6B built in 1959. This was one day that the position of the sun made it difficult to photograph the front of the bus. I presume the Borough of Hove did not include PSVs !
Photo taken Saturday 11 September 1976, Conway Street, Hove
296. RSC643
Eastern Scottish AA643, RSC643, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1959 with ECW H33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, St Andrew Square Bus Station, Edinburgh
297. SDL268
Preserved Southern Vectis 563, SDL268, Bristol LD6G/ECW H33/27R new in June 1959
Photo taken Sunday 15 October 2006, Newport Quay, Isle of Wight Bus Museum
298. SDL268
Preserved Southern Vectis 563, SDL268, a Bristol LD6G/ECW H33/27R new in June 1959.
Photo taken Friday 1 January 2010, The Broadway, Winchester
299. SDL268
Preserved Southern Vectis 563, SDL268, a Bristol LD6G/ECW H33/27R new in June 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2011, Alton
300. SDL268
Preserved Southern Vectis 1959 LD6G 563, SDL268, and VR 4448, KRU848W.
Photo taken Sunday 16 October 2011, Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight
301. SWN159
This is SWN159 formally United Welsh Lodekka 323 dating from 1959 and later converted into a tree lopper.
Photo taken Sunday 8 September 2019, CTPG depot within Barry Docks
302. SWS719
Former Scottish Omnibuses Lodekka AA719, SWS719, new in early 1959, now in Canada
Photo taken January 2007, Lindsay, Ontario, Canada
303. SWS743
Eastern Scottish AA743, SWS743, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1959 with ECW H33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1970, St James' Bus Station, Edinburgh
304. YRU57
YRU57 was one of the last deliveries of Bristol LDs to Hants & Dorset, in this case an LD6G new as number 1418 in 1959. It carried an E.C.W. H33/27RD body and was seen in Winchester.
Photo taken Tuesday 9 February 1960, Winchester Bus Station
305. YRU64
Hants & Dorset 1488, YRU64 is a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1959 as 1425. At the 1971 renumbering, she appears to have become 1488, but the number isn't clear enough on the slide for me to read without a projector . . .
Photo taken August 1976, Barton Park, Eastleigh
306. YWW76
West Yorkshire, Harrogate DX81, YWW76, a Bristol LD6B, new in 1959, with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body is seen in Vicar Lane, Leeds approaching the West Yorkshire bus station.
Photo taken Thursday 4 August 1960, Vicar Lane, Leeds
307. 314PFM
This is former Crosville 314PFM now owned by Rob Sly. It's has had a varied life with various engines and is now in Brighton and Hove livery.
Photo taken Sunday 1 April 2018, Wythall Transport Museum
308. BGM100
New in 1960, Central S.M.T. B100, BGM100, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body.
Photo taken Friday 21 June 1963, Buchanan Street, Coatbridge
309. BGM106
Central S.M.T. took delivery of twenty Bristol LD6Gs with Eastern Coachworks H33/27R bodies in 1960 and B106, BGM106 is seen here.
Photo taken Thursday 13 August 1964, Churchill Avenue, East Kilbride
310. BGM109
Central SMT B109, BGM109, was a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/27R body new in April 1960, on fleetlist until July 1976.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 May 1974, Almada Street, Hamilton
311. OCS70
Western S.M.T. 1566, OCS70, was one of ten Bristol LD6Gs with Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD bodies new in 1960 seen in Ayr.
Photo taken Wednesday 6 June 1962, Ayr Bus Station
312. OCS70
Berresford's OCS70 started life as Western SMT B1566 in June 1960 and was originally H33/27RD on the Bristol LD6G chassis. Converted to a recovery vehicle by Western and numbered 7060, this image scanned from a print was taken by my brother possibly on the same May 1981 trip as my other images.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1981, Berresfords Depot, near Cheddleton
313. URP600
Poor quality but I hope its worth it. In colour a red and green coloured bus both at Cambridge Railway Station in the early 1960s. The Eastern Counties Bristol KSW5G, new in 1952, MAH309, LKH309 was bodied by ECW H32/28R and is on the short run from the station through the City Centre. On a very much longer run is 1960 United Counties URP600 shortly to set off on route 128 to Northampton. Fleet no 600 is a Bristol FS6B with ECW body H33/27RD.
Photo taken early 1960s, Cambridge Railway Station
314. USC767
Eastern Scottish AA767, USC767, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1960 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken August 1974, St Andrew Square Bus Station, Edinburgh
315. USC773
Eastern Scottish AA773, USC 773, a Bristol LD6G with ECW H33/27R body, new in 1960.
Photo taken 1969, St Andrew Square Bus Station, Edinburgh
316. RAG402
Western S.M.T. 1636, RAG402, seen in Dumfries, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27RD body new in 1961.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
317. RAG412
Western SMT DB1646(B1), RAG412, a Bristol LD6G from 1961 with Eastern Coach Works H33/27RD bodywork, one of the very last LDs to enter service.
Photo taken June 1971, Isle of Whithorn
318. RWG367
W.Alexander (Fife) Lodekka FRD144, RWG367, from 1961 in service in the spring of 1969 serving the Dunfermline area Rumblingwell!
Photo taken 1969, James Street, Dunfermline
319. RWG370
Seen in Dunfermline is Alexander Fife, Kirkcaldy FRD147, RWG370, a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body.
Photo taken Tuesday 28 July 1970, Dunfermline
320. RWG373
Fife FRD150, RWG373, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G built in 1961 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Kirkcaldy
321. RWG373
Alexander Fife, Kirkcaldy FRD150, RWG373, seen in Edinburgh, was a Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body.
Photo taken Monday 27 July 1970, Edinburgh
322. GWG978
GWG978, originally RD2 in the Alexander Fleet, and now FRD2 in the Alexander (Fife) company, a 1956 Bristol LD6G is at Dunfermline Bus Station with the famous Abbey as a backdrop, straight out the paint shop, the bus that is!
Photo taken April 1967, Bus Stance, St Margaret Street, Dunfermline