SCT '61 Photo Index
Bristol MW
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1. 174DHN
United Auto BU501, 174DHN, was a Bristol MW5G with an Eastern Coachworks B45F body which was new in 1957 and which was seen in the Market Place in Bishop Auckland.
Photo taken Saturday 1 August 1959, Market Place, Bishop Auckland
2. 1858F
Eastern National BD1300, 1858F, ENOC's first MW bus, new in 1957 with fleet number 434 and renumbered to 1300 in 1964. It was withdrawn in 1975.
3. 1863F
Eastern National CR1301, 1863F, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body, new in 1958
Photo taken Saturday 17 April 1965, Colchester Bus Station
4. 1867F
Two Eastern National Bristol MW5Gs with ECW B41F bodies, on the left BD1310 (originally 468), 205MHK and on the right BD1305 (originally 463), 1867F. Both were new in 1958 and were withdrawn either later that year (1305) or the following year (1310).
Photo taken February 1975, Brentwood Depot
5. 201MHK
Eastern National BN1306, 201MHK, Bristol MW / ECW B45F, new 1958, withdrawn March 1976. In interim Tillings / NBC livery.
Photo taken Friday 29 October 1971, Basildon Bus Station
6. 203KFM
Crosville Motor Services CMG363, 203KFM, a 1958 Bristol MW6G with ECW coach body was downgraded to bus work in 1971 and reclassified as SMG363. After withdrawal by Crosville in 1976 the bus was sold to United. It is seen still wearing Crosville livery but numbered 2301 in the United fleet
Photo taken 1976, Filey Bus Station
7. 203KFM
United AS 2301, 203KFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1958 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1976, Scarborough Bus Station
8. 203MHK
A great shot of Eastern National BS1308 (originally 466), 203MHK, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B41F body, new in 1958 and seen here in Thaxted in the summer of 1975, a year before it was withdrawn.
Photo taken Wednesday 6 August 1975, Thaxted
9. 203MHK
Although wearing Chelmsford depot allocation plates, Eastern National 1308, 203MHK, is here running service 400 from Southend to Kings Cross, London, and is setting off in the early evening with a good passenger load.
Photo taken Thursday 2 August 1973, EN Depot/Bus Station, London Road, Southend
10. 205MHK
Two Eastern National Bristol MW5Gs with ECW B41F bodies, on the left BD1310 (originally 468), 205MHK and on the right BD1305 (originally 463), 1867F. Both were new in 1958 and were withdrawn either later that year (1305) or the following year (1310).
Photo taken February 1975, Brentwood Depot
11. 207MHK
Eastern National 1312 (originally 470), 207MHK, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B41F body, new in 1958 and seen here in the summer of 1975, a year before it was withdrawn
Photo taken Wednesday 6 August 1975, Lindsell School, Dunmow
12. 210MHK
Eastern National 1315 (originally 473), 210MHK, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B41F body, new in 1958 and seen here after withdrawal from service in 1976.
Photo taken Saturday 17 July 1976
13. 211MHK
Eastern National BN1316 (originally 474), 211MHK, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B41F body, new in 1958 and seen here the year before it was withdrawn.
Photo taken August 1975, Fen Lane/Church Road, Bulphan, near Basildon
14. 240FFM
Crosville EMG350, 240FFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1958 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1969, Crewe Bus Station
15. 618JPU
South Midland 618JPU was a Bristol MW5G with an Eastern Coachworks C34F body seen at the City of Oxford garage. It had been new in 1958 as Eastern National 433, later 328, passing to Thames Valley (South Midland) 442 in March 1968. The South Midland fleet passed to City of Oxford in January 1971 when 618JPU was renumbered to 42.
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, City Of Oxford Garage
16. 7016HK
New in 1958 Eastern National 457, 7016HK, seen at Ascot carrying Westcliff-on-Sea name was a Bristol MW6G with an Eastern Coachworks C39F body.
Photo taken Saturday 21 June 1958, Ascot
17. 7017HK
Former Eastern National coach PG331, 7017HK, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body new in July 1958. It was withdawn in 1970 and passed into preservation.
Photo taken Sunday 4 May 2003, Old Steine, Brighton
18. 7017HK
Preserved Eastern National 331, 7017HK, a Bristol MW/ECW C39F, seen approaching Upminster Station at the end of its run from Ongar during the Ensignbus 2016 running day.
Photo taken Saturday 3 December 2016, Hall Lane, Upminster
19. 7018HK
Searsons Coaches 7018HK, a Bristol MW6G built in 1958 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1972, Redcar Racecourse
20. 811DFM
Crosville G341, 811DFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1958 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken July 1978, Wrexham Bus Station
21. 811DFM
TFF251, formerley Crosville CMG341, 811DFM, a Bristol MW6G coach new in 1958 and converted by Crosville to a recovery vehicle in 1978
Photo taken Sunday 16 September 2012, Duxford
22. 922AHY
Bristol Tramways 2932, 922AHY, was new in 1958 and was an ECW B45F bodied Bristol MW5G which is seen in the garage at Gloucester. In January 1959 it was transferred to the Gloucester City fleet and renumbered G2932.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester Garage
23. 924AHY
Bristol 2939, 924AHY, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body new in March 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 20 July 2014, Anstey Park, Alton
24. 995EHN
United AS 2583, 995EHN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1958 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1970, Flatts Road, Barnard Castle
25. LCS215
LCS215 was Western S.M.T. 1405 and was a Bristol MW6G with an Alexander C41F body which was seen in Cumnock. It was one of twenty new in 1958.
Photo taken Thursday 20 August 1964, Cumnock
26. LCS813
Western SMT Bristol MW6G with unusual (for Bristols) Alexander bodywork. T1403, LCS813, dates from 1958.
Photo taken August 1973, Rothesay, Isle of Bute
27. ORX632
South Midland 801, ORX632, was a Bristol MW6G with ECW C34F body new in 1958 at Victoria Coach Station.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
28. ORX633
Seen in Victoria Coach Station is South Midland 802, ORX633, a Bristol MW6G new in 1958 with an Eastern Coachworks C34F body about to depart from Victoria Coach Station on a tour to the Cornish Riviera.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, London Victoria Coach Station
29. ORX633
Orpington & District ORX633, a Bristol MW6G new in 1958 with ECW C34F body which was converted to B41F in 1969. New to Thames Valley as 802
Photo taken 1976/7, Crofton Road, Orpington
30. ORX633
Thames Valley (South Midland) 802, ORX633, seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station was a Bristol MW6G with an Eastern Coachworks C34F body new in 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 1966, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
31. RFU687
A line up of Lincolnshire Road Car coaches in Bridge Street car park, Leeds. 2813/4/6, RFU687/8/90 were Bristol MW5Gs with Eastern Coachworks C39F bodies.
Photo taken Monday 28 September 1959, Bridge Street Car Park, Leeds
32. RHR853
Wilts & Dorset 702, RHR853, was a Bristol MW6G with E.C.W. C39F body new in June 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, rear of London Road Garage, Gloucester
33. RSC628
New in March 1958, Scottish Omnibuses A628, RSC628, seen at Ascot was a Bristol MW6G with an Eastern Coachworks C38F body.
Photo taken Saturday 21 June 1958, Ascot
34. SBE502
Lincolnshire Road Car 2064, SBE502, a Bristol MW5G with ECW DP41F body which entered service in September 1958 with fleet number 3014 - it lasted in the fleet until July 1977.
Photo taken Sept 1972, Sleaford
35. SFU848
Lincolnshire Road Car 2671, SFU848, a Bristol MW5G with ECW DP41F body, new in 1958.
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
36. SFU848
Lincolnshire RCC 2671, SFU848, and 2673, NVL614, both Bristol MW5G's with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken circa 1964, Baldock
37. SWO983
Red & White UC458, SWO983, was a Bristol MW6G with an E.C.W. C39F body new in May 1958 and is seen visiting Portsmouth.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, The Hard, Portsmouth
38. SWO986
Preserved ex Red and White UC758, SWO986, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body, new in May 1958
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2005, Alton
39. SWO994
Red and White UC1958, SWO994, a 1958 Bristol MW6G with ECW coach body after sale to Blench of Hetton-Le-Hole.
Photo taken 1978, Hetton-Le-Hole
40. VWU234
West Yorkshire 1063, VWU234, a Bristol MW6G built in 1958 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1972, Station Square, Whitby
41. WPW436
Eastern Counties LM436, WPW436, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body, part of ECOC's first batch of seven MWs new in 1958.
Photo taken Saturday 17 April 1965, Colchester Bus Station
42. WPW640
Eastern Counties LM940, WPW640, Bristol MW5G / ECW B45F.
Photo taken September 1974, Great Yarmouth Depot
43. XUO721
Western National XUO721, 2238 in the Royal Blue fleet, was a Bristol MW6G with an Eastern Coachworks C41F body new in 1958 and was heading for Birmingham on an Associated Motorways service when seen in Newbury.
Photo taken Saturday 25 October 1958, The Wharf, Newbury
44. YNG782
Eastern Counties coach LS782, YNG782, a Bristol MW5G with ECW C39F body, new in 1958.
Photo taken Monday 29 August 1960, Lincoln
45. YNG784
Eastern Counties LS784, YNG784, an E.C.W. C39F bodied Bristol MW5G new in June 1958 seen at Ascot.
Photo taken Saturday 19 July 1958, Ascot
46. 1251EV
1251EV, a Bristol MW5G built in 1959 with ECW based bodywork.
Photo taken June 1989, High Street, Stockton
47. 1252EV
Preserved ex-Eastern National MW5G 1252EV in the display hall of the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum proudly displaying a 'Best in Class' trophy from Trans Lancs.
Photo taken October 2001, Scottish Vintage Bus Museum, Glasgow
48. 1252EV
Eastern National CF1404, 1252EV, Bristol MW / ECW DP41F but shown in bus livery. New 1959, withdrawn November 1975.
Photo taken Wednesday 3 November 1971, Braintree Bus Park
49. 1254EV
Eastern National 1406, 1254EV, a Bristol MW5G with DP41F body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Clacton Bus Station
50. 1254EV
Eastern National CF1406, 1254EV, a Bristol MW5G new in 1959 with a DP41F body but later converted to B45F. It was withdrawn in 1976, the year this photo was taken.
Photo taken Sunday 5 September 1976, Billericay
51. 1257EV
Eastern National 493, 1257EV, a Bristol MW with ECW DP41F body, new in 1959.
Photo taken c.1959/60, Chelmsford Bus Station
52. 206KFM
Crosville Motor Services CMG366, 206KFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1959 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1970, Rock Ferry Depot Yard, Birkenhead
53. 212MHK
Eastern National 475, 212MHK, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body, new in 1959, with Lodekka 1496, 267GVW behind.
Photo taken May 1961, London Road, Victoria Circus, Southend
54. 212MHK
Eastern National CN1317, 212MHK, Bristol MW / ECW B45F, new 1959, withdrawn September 1976, seen in interim Tillings / NBC livery.
Photo taken Saturday 22 April 1972, Holbrook
55. 215MHK
Eastern National DT1400, 215MHK, EN's first dual purpose Bristol MW / ECW DP41F. New in 1959, withdrawn in September 1976. This vehicle was not one of the batch later converted to bus seats.
Photo taken Sunday 11 July 1971, Clacton Bus Station
56. 217MHK
Former ENOC 1402, 217MHK, a Bristol MW5G with ECW DP41F body, new in 1959, seen here displaying its original fleet number 480.
Photo taken Canvey Island
57. 217MHK
Preserved and well at the Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island, is former ENOC dual purpose Bristol MW, 217MHK (480/1402), new in 1959 and withdrawn in 1977.
Photo taken Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
58. 262HNU
Midland General/Mansfield District 264, 262HNU, a Bristol MW6G with E.C.W. DP41F body.
Photo taken Saturday 19 September 1970, Drummond Road parking, Skegness
59. 264HNU
The Crich Tramway Museum was increasing the number of visitors by 1968, causing jams on the surrounding country roads. A policeman directs visitors to the entrance holding up Midland General 266, 264HNU, at Crich Town End on the service between Alfreton and Matlock. This Bristol MW6G carried both Mansfield District and Midland General fleet names. Crich Parish Church is in the background.
Photo taken April 1968, Crich Town End
60. 280NHK
Eastern National PL481, 280NHK, a 1959 MW5G with ECW C39F body, seen here in later EN livery but still with Westcliff Motor Services blind display.
61. 280NHK
Former Eastern National 481/333, 280NHK, a Bristol MW6G coach new in 1959 in the yard of International Progressive Coachline at Waterbeach, being used for contract work.
Photo taken June 1972, Waterbeach, near Cambridge
62. 285NHK
Visiting Harrogate and preparing for a long trip was former Eastern National 486, 285NHK, a Bristol MW6G built in 1959 with ECW bodywork. The owner was unidentified but the occasion was the Trans-Pennine Rally of 1978.
Photo taken August 1978, Harrogate
63. 3014AH
3014AH is Eastern Counties LL452, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F bodywork. New in 1959 it has been in preservation since 1978
Photo taken Sunday 21 May 2017, Whittlesey
64. 511FHN
United AS, 2511 511FHN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1959 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1970, Berwick Bus Station
65. 513FHN
United Auto BU513, 513FHN, was a Bristol MW5G with an Eastern Coachworks B45F body seen at Marlborough Crescent Bus Station.
Photo taken Friday 31 July 1959, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
66. 520FHN
United 2520, 520FHN, a 1959 Bristol MW5G with 45 seat ECW bodywork. Originally BU520, renumbered in 1969.
Photo taken 1975, Richmond
67. 520LHN
United Automobile coach BUE520, 520LHN, a 1959 Bristol MW6G with ECW DP39F body seen here at Marble Arch en-route to Victoria Coach Station
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, Oxford Street/Park Lane, London Marble Arch
68. 527JHN
United AS U527, 527JHN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1959 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1968, Ormesby Bank, Middlesbrough
69. 5791AH
Eastern Counties LS791, 5791AH, Bristol MW5G, originally delivered in June 1959 with a 32 seat coach body, converted to bus duties in 1969.
Photo taken Saturday 14 April 1973, Norwich
70. 715JHN
Durham District DU 15, 715JHN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1959 with Eastern Coach Works B45F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1967, Park Street, Middlesbrough
71. 936JHN
Durham District DU536, 936JHN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1959 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1968, Sedgefield
72. 936JHN
Following up on two threads running on Bristol MW's, on the left is United 2536, 936JHN, a B45F example and one of the batch reregistered (from 536JHN). On the right looking somewhat dishevelled is 2793, 156SHN, delivered as DP41F but later reseated to B45F with the front panel removed to show the Cave Brown Cave heating.
Photo taken Saturday 17 July 1976, United Depot, Morland Street, Bishop Auckland
73. 981EHY
981EHY a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body new in 1959 as Bristol 2969. Photographed at the annual open day at West of England Transport Collection at Winkleigh. In the background can be seen some of the other vehicles which attend this event
Photo taken Sunday 6 October 2013, Winkleigh
74. 995EHN
Durham District Services DBU11, 995EHN, was a Bristol MW5G with an Eastern Coachworks B45F body.
Photo taken Sunday 2 August 1959, Feethams, Darlington
75. NVL615
Lincolnshire 3024, NVL615, a 1959 Bristol MW5G with standard ECW bus bodywork but coach seats leaves Doncaster for Scunthorpe
Photo taken Thursday 15 April 1971, Doncaster South Bus Station
76. SWN153
South Wales 371, SWN153, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B45F body new in March 1959 to United Welsh as their 116.
Photo taken Carmarthen
77. TWT123
West Yorkshire EUG71, TWT123, a 1959 Bristol MW5G with ECW dual purpose body.
Photo taken 1996, Dewsbury Bus Museum
78. VWO223
Following comments on another picture about the unusual shape of the offside roof corner on a Red and White MW, this picture of two such vehicles may explain the appearance. On the left is U2359, VWO223, a 1959 example with ECW B45F bodywork. On the right is U4163, AAX16B, a 1964 delivery despite the 1963 fleet number. The shape of the roof around the air intake does look more pronounced on the older vehicle.
Photo taken Thursday 3 August 1978, Brynmawr Depot
79. VYO765
Tilling Transport VYO765, a Bristol MW6G with ECW coach body, new in 1959
80. VYO767
Tilling's Bristol MW6G / ECW C41F VYO767, one of five new in April 1959.
81. VYO767
Eastern National HD380, VYO767, a Bristol MW coach originally in the Tilling fleet as thier T315, one of five new in April 1959, and transferred to ENOC in August 1965.
Photo taken Halstead Depot
82. VYO767
Tilling's Bristol MW6G / ECW C41F VYO767, one of five new in April 1959
Photo taken London Kings Cross
83. VYO768
Tilling's Bristol MW6G / ECW C41F VYO768, one of five new in April 1959.
84. XAO601
Cumberland 285, XAO601, was a Bristol MW6G with an Eastern Coachworks C39F body, new in June 1959, seen in Carlisle. Until renumbered in 1961 it had been number 393.
Photo taken Friday 21 August 1964, Carlisle
85. YWT292
YWT292 a 1959 Bristol MW5G ex West Yorkshire Road Car, seen here on a frosty morning with Garnhams Coaches of Woodbridge, Suffolk
Photo taken October 1976, Melton, Suffolk
86. 1267EV
1267EV was new in 1960 as Eastern National 503 and renumbered 1329 in 1964. Withdrawn in 1976 it passed to the 1st Davenport - Mile End Scout Group in Stockport and is seen below the viaduct that dominates the town.
Photo taken Swaine Street, Stockport
87. 1267EV
1267EV a 1960 Bristol MW5G/ECW B45F formerly Eastern National 1329.
Photo taken Friday 2 September 1977, Castle Farm Lane, Mile End, Stockport
88. 1538HN
United Automobile MW6G BUE538, 1538HN with ECW DP39F body, new in 1960.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
89. 2588HN
United AS 2428, 2588HN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1960 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, Bus Station, Durham
90. 2590HN
United AS U590, 2590HN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1960 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken December 1968, Carlisle bus station
91. 2601HN
United AS 2441, 2601HN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1960 with ECW DP bodywork.
Photo taken February 1970, High Street, Redcar
92. 2724VX
Eastern National CF1334, 2724VX, Bristol MW / ECW. New July 1960, withdrawn July 1976.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 March 1972, Old Cattle Market Bus Station, Ipswich
93. 2730VX
Former ENOC 1340, 2730VX, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body, new in 1960
Photo taken Southend
94. 2730VX
Eastern National SD1340, 2730VX, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body from 1960, with a Ford Popular and one of the Southend Corporation Regent III's lining up to overtake.
Photo taken Saturday 3 October 1964, Prittlewell Hill, Southend
95. 2730VX
Eastern National SD1340, 2730VX, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body from 1960.
Photo taken Saturday 5 March 1966, North of Priory Park, Victoria Avenue, Southend
96. 2730VX
Eastern National 1960 Bristol MW/ECW 1340, 2730VX, at Wallasey Island ready to return to Southend with a service 12.
Photo taken Wallasea Island
97. 3387VW
Seen at Victoria Coach Station, Eastern National 510, 3387VW, carried ECW C41F bodywork on its Bristol MW6G chassis. One of five new in 1960, it is seen in Westcliff livery.
Photo taken Sunday 16 October 1960, London Victoria Coach Station
98. 429UFM
429UFM a Bristol MW6G originally with ECW C39F body as Crosville CMG409 seen after conversion to a recovery vehicle.
Photo taken off Chester Way, Northwich
99. 523LHN
United BUE523, 523LHN, a 1960 Bristol MW6G with ECW dual purpose bodywork awaits to depart for Burton Leonard.
Photo taken Thursday 29 January 1970, Harrogate
100. 524LHN
United AS UE524, 524LHN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1960 with ECW DP39F bodywork.
Photo taken December 1968, Park Street, Middlesbrough
101. 529LHN
United AS 1129, 529LHN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1960 with ECW DP39F bodywork. This had originally been BUE529 then UE529 before finally gaining its last fleet number.
Photo taken April 1972, Bishop Auckland Market Place
102. 558LHN
United AS 2558, 558LHN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1960 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1970, Berwick Bus Station
103. 575LHN
United AS 2575, 575LHN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1960 with ECW B45F bodywork. New as BU575 it was transferred to Durham District Services in 1966 for two years, becoming DU575.
Photo taken March 1972, Hallgarth Terrace, Ferryhill
104. 580LHN
United Autos BU580, 580LHN, was a new Bristol MW5G with an ECW B45F body dating from June 1960.
Photo taken August 1960, Argyle Road, Whitby
105. 615DDV
Royal Blue 2248, 615DDV, was a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F bodywork which was new in June 1960 to Southern National. It is seen outside Camborne depot which adjoined the town's bus station.
Photo taken mid 1970s, Camborne Bus Station
106. 617DDV
617DDV is a 1960 Bristol MW / ECW C39F and was new to Southern National / Royal Blue as 2250 based at Bournemouth. Transferred to WN in 1969 and withdrawn after the 1975 season. It has had several owners in preservation - the current owner acquiring it in 2013 since when it has been repainted.
Photo taken Saturday 20 September 2014, Kingsbridge
107. 620DDV
Southern National 2253, 620DDV, a 1960 Bristol MW6G with a 39 seat ECW coach body seen in Weymouth after downgrading to bus duties and carrying Western National fleetnames. Alongside is an early Leyland National.
Photo taken 1979, Weymouth
108. 625DDV
Royal Blue 625DDV, a Bristol MW with ECW bodywork new in 1960.
Photo taken August 1973, Hyde Park Road, Portsmouth
109. 625DDV
Former Royal Blue 1960 Bristol MW6G/ECW C39F 2246, 625 DDV, seen in the Marsh and Ham car park, Blandford Forum on the second day of the three day Royal Blue Run.
Photo taken Saturday 21 June 2014, Marsh and Ham public car park, Blandford Forum
110. 7794NG
Eastern Counties LS794, 7794NG, Bristol MW5G / ECW C39F, new in March 1960, seen here newly painted in NBC dual purpose livery.
Photo taken Saturday 14 April 1973, Surrey Street Bus Station, Norwich
111. 7794NG
Eastern Counties LS794, 7794NG, Bristol MW / ECW DP. Newly repainted to NBC livery, as is the RE behind, whilst the Lodekka and LH to the left are still in Tilling livery.
Photo taken Saturday 14 April 1973, Surrey Street Garage, Norwich
112. 7935WU
West Yorkshire 1064, 7935WU, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F bodywork waits on the erstwhile City Tour stand outside York Railway Station. It was new in June 1960 as CUG24 and became 1064 in the October 1971 renumbering. It was withdrawn in March 1974 and scrapped the following year.
Photo taken 1973, York Station
113. 851RFM
Three Crosville Bristol MWs, SMG394, 851RFM new in August 1960, then what looks like SMG541, DFM210C, from 1965 and finally SMG437, 1215FM, from January 1963.
Photo taken c. 1966, Machynlleth Station
114. 851RFM
United AS 2305, 851RFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1960 with ECW DP43F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Bedale
115. 856RFM
United AS 2308, 856RFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1960/1 with ECW B41F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1976, Hartlepool Bus Station
116. OCS716
Western S.M.T. 1594, OCS716, seen in Dumfries was a Bristol MW6G with an Alexander C41F body, one of thirteen new in 1960.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
117. OVL465
Preserved ex-Lincolnshire Road Car 2245, OVL465, a 1960 Bristol MW5G / ECW single deck bus body. Withdrawn from service in 1977.
Photo taken Sunday 20 April 2003, Open Day, LVVS Road Transport Museum, Lincoln
118. OVL465
Former Lincolnshire Road Car 2245, OVL465, a 1960 Bristol MW5G / ECW single deck bus body. Behind is Lincolnshire VR 1958 and in the background Colchester 4, Northampton 129 and Lincoln 64 plus of course a cross section of visitors.
Photo taken Sunday 4 November 2012, Lincoln
119. OVL465
As time and one man operation progressed many companies blocked of the rear indicator as seen here on Lincolnshire Bristol MW5G 2245, OVL465, which dates from 1960 and also shows the large reversing light fitted to this style of ECW body.
Photo taken Sunday 12 May 2013, Olvie Grove, Sheffield
120. WBD145
United Counties 145, WBD145, a Bristol MW6G with ECW DP41F body, new in 1960.
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
121. 2590HN
More vehicles for sale at the premises of W. North, Sherburn-in-Elmet.
Photo taken June 1972, at the premises of North's, the dealer, Sherburn-in-Elmet
122. 2592HN
New to United in 1961 as a dual purpose bus BUE592, 2592HN, was a Bristol MW5G.
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 1976, Ripon
123. 2600HN
  United Automobile Co., Darlington 2440, 2600HN, was a Bristol MW5G with an Eastern Coachworks DP41F body.
Photo taken Thursday 20 April 1972, Bishop Auckland Market Place
124. 2610HN
United AS 2610, 2610HN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1961 with ECW B45F bodywork. Operating the Saturday only service 291 Stokesley - Kildale passing through the village of Ingleby Greenhow.
Photo taken August 1969, Ingleby Greenhow
125. 2611HN
United AS 2611, 2611HN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1961 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1971, Stokesley Depot
126. 2613HN
United AS 2613, 2613HN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1961 with ECW B44F bodywork.
Photo taken October 1969, High Street, Yarm
127. 2731VX
Eastern National Bristol MW / ECW, SD1341, 2731VX, parked in London Road, Southend, opposite the ENOC Garage, early one morning.
Photo taken Mid 1970s, London Road, Southend
128. 2736VX
Eastern National BE1411, 2736VX, Bristol MW / ECW DP41F. New March 1961, withdrawn July 1978.
Photo taken Wednesday 3 November 1971, Braintree Bus Park
129. 2739VX
Eastern National DT1414, 2739VX, Bristol MW / ECW DP41F, but by the time this photo was taken the seats had been cut down and reupholstered from green and cream to the moquette used on the final FLFs and the first 5 VRs. New in March 1961, withdrawn February 1977.
Photo taken Saturday 15 July 1972, Clacton Bus Station
130. 2740VX
Eastern National CN1415, 2740VX, Bristol MW / ECW DP. In bus livery but with original green / cream DP seats. Note the non-standard green mudguards and grille surround.
Photo taken Sunday 11 July 1971, Clacton Bus Station
131. 2917HN
United AS DUE17, 2917HN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1961 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken January 1969, Park Street, Middlesbrough
132. 2920HN
Durham District DUE20, 2920HN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1961 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken December 1967, Park Street, Middlesbrough
133. 2920HN
Durham in Northumberland - 2420, 2920HN, was a late-life transfer to the latter and is seen five minutes out on its journey from Whitley Bay Bus Station.
Photo taken Thursday 5 April 1973, Marine Avenue, Whitley Bay, adjacent to Monkseaton Station overbridge
134. 2BXB
Eastern National 385, 2BXB, a 1961 MW6G with ECW coach body, originally in the Tilling fleet.
Photo taken Tuesday 9 October 1973, Prittlewell, Southend
135. 357MHU
Preserved Bristol Omnibus MW5G 2522, 357MHU, new in November 1961 with an ECW B45F body
Photo taken Sunday 20 July 2003, Alton
136. 407LHT
Bristol Greyhound coach 2114, 407LHT, a Bristol MW with ECW C39F body, new in 1961.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
137. 4206HN
Making a contrast with BUC4, United 1006 (originally BUC6), 4206HN, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body heels over at Killermont Street, Glasgow, probably on the Scarborough or Whitley Bay service. Sometimes these buses were used for local Eastern Scottish services whilst laying over in the city!
Photo taken July 1969, Killermont Street, Glasgow
138. 4208HN
United AS UC8, 4208HN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1961 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1971, Hartlepool Bus Station
139. 4210HN
United BUC10, 4210HN, a Brisol MW with ECW coach body from 1961
Photo taken August 1964, Eccleston Place, near London Victoria Coach Station
140. 4825VF
Eastern Counties LS799, 4825VF, Bristol MW / ECW coach, new in May 1961.
Photo taken March 1972, Ipswich
141. 4829VF
Eastern Counties Bristol MW6G/ECW C32F of 1961, LS803, 4829VF, seen in Wakefield bus station during an Ipswich Land Transport Society weekend trip "Up North". We'd actually set off in an RE but that only got as far as Stowmarket!
Photo taken Sunday 10 July 1966, Wakefield Bus Station
142. 5031HN
Durham District DU31 5031HN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1961 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1968, Park Street, Middlesbrough
143. 5043HN
Ribble 275, 5043HN, a Bristol MW5G from 1961 with Eastern Coach Works B45F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1970, Hexham Bus Station
144. 536JHU
Former Bristol Omnibus 2514, 536JHU, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body, new in March 1961
Photo taken Sunday 16 July 2006, Alton
145. 569UVX
In the 1960s a large proportion of Wallace Arnold passengers for European holidays were conveyed from Leeds to Southend Airport for the Channel crossing. This was a busy operation often involving six or seven coaches in a day. Breakdowns were commendably rare but on one occasion a WA vehicle failed in Southend and Eastern National PL344, 569UVX, was loaned to save the day. This fine coach is shown leaving Leeds with more tourists the following morning at the start of its "repatriation" journey.
Photo taken Summer 1964, The Calls, Leeds
146. 56GUO
Fareline 56GUO, Bristol MW6G / ECW C39F coach, named "The Royal", ex Royal Blue, new to them in 1961.
Photo taken September 1981, Felixstowe
147. 56GUO
ex Royal Blue 2267, 56GUO a 1961 Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body, seen in Winchester on the first day of the 3 day Royal Blue Run 2014.
Photo taken Friday 20 June 2014, The Broadway, Winchester
148. 56GUO
On the second afternoon of the 2015 Royal Blue run and with the help from First group who still had to run service buses of 6 per hour, the organisers arranged for coaches to come down to St Ives bus station in small groups for pictures - not the easiest of things to do with crowds etc but here is one of my shots. The aim was where possible to recreate pictures of the coach and St Ives Bay / harbour. 56GUO is a Bristol MW6G dating from 1961 with a ECW C39F body. In 2010 it became part of the Roger Burdett collection but is on long term loan to his close friend and best man, Graham Clifford. The vehicle was also driven during the weekend by Steve Morris of Quantock heritage and for this trip into St. Ives it was driven by Alex Lawson from WYRCC preservation group. The vehicle is based near Brighton.
Photo taken Saturday 20 June 2015, St. Ives Cornwall
149. 570UVX
Dowsett V225, 570UVX, a Bristol MW6G built in 1961 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken December 1977, Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough
150. 572UVX
Eastern National 349, 572UVX, a 1961 MW6G with ECW C34F body
151. 573UVX
Eastern National Coach 350, 573UVX, seen at the Southend 1985 Bus Rally. It was new with fleet number 536 in 1961, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C43F body.
Photo taken June 1985, Southchurch Park, Southend
152. 804WVW
Tilling's T1401, 804WVW, a Bristol MW5G new to Eastern National in 1961 and transferred to Tillings in 1965
Photo taken 1965/6, London Kings Cross
153. 806WVW
Eastern National BD1420, 806WVW, a Bristol MW5G with its ECW original dual-purpose DP41F body
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
154. 806WVW
Eastern National 1420, 806WVW, a MW5G, new in 1961 with DP body but seen here a year before it was withdrawn, converted to bus standard
Photo taken Monday 20 December 1976, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
155. 806WVW
Eastern National CN1420, 806WVW, Bristol MW / ECW DP41F. New August 1961, converted to B45F in March 1974 and withdrawn August 1977.
Photo taken Saturday 4 March 1972, Dogs Head Street, Ipswich
156. 806WVW
Eastern National CN1420, 806WVW, Bristol MW / ECW. New August 1961 as DP41F, but converted to B45F four months before this photo was taken. Withdrawn in August 1977.
Photo taken Saturday 13 July 1974, Clacton Bus Station
157. 8124WX
West Yorkshire bought standard Bristol/ECW fare in the fifties and sixties. CUG27, 8124WX, is a 1961 Bristol MW6G with ECW coach bodywork West Yorkshire at the time bought Bristol engines for their double deck vehicles and Gardiner for saloons and coaches It is seen making its way to Kirkby Stephen railway station
Photo taken Sunday 4 April 2010, Kirkby Stephen
158. 8124WX
West Yorkshire CUG27, 8124WX, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body from 1961
Photo taken Monday 30 August 2010, Seaburn Show Field, Sunderland
159. 8125WX
West Yorkshire Road Car Co. fleet no. CUG28, 8125WX, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C41F body, new in 1961, seen here in the car-park at the south end of Loch Lomond, one of two coaches on a tour.
Photo taken July 1964, Loch Lomond
160. 863RFM
Crosville SMG406, 863RFM, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B41F body, new in April 1961
Photo taken Thursday 15 April 1976, Caernarfon Depot
161. YBD201
Preserved United Counties 201, YBD201, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C34F body, new in June 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 18 September 2011, Duxford
162. YCY809
United Welsh 8, YCY809, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body, new in 1961. Later downgraded to B45F but unlikely to be before this if it's on a long distance tour.
Photo taken c.1966, Ribble Depot, Morecambe
163. 1215FM
Crosville SMG437, 1215FM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1962 with ECW B41F bodywork. Working route D75 Llanidloes via Welshpool Newtown.
Photo taken July 1978, High Street, Welshpool
164. 1217FM
Crosville SMG439, 1217FM, a 1962 Bristol MW6G/ECW B41F with covered C-B-C grille.
Photo taken Wednesday 24 August 1977, Llangwnnadl, Gwynedd
165. 13DLY
Tilling Transport 13DLY, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C34F body, one of a batch of five delivered in May 1962.
166. 155BRP
East Midland L417, BNN417C, a Leyland Leopard PSU3/3R with Willowbrook DP53F body, new in 1965, and United Counties 155, 155BRP, a Bristol MW6G with E.C.W. DP41F body new in 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 19 September 1970, Drummond Road Parking, Skegness
167. 157BRP
United Counties 157, 157BRP, a 1962 Bristol MW6G with dual purpose seating.
Photo taken 1994, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
168. 208YVX
Former Eastern National 548, 208YVX, later renumbered 1348, is a Bristol MW5G with an ECW B45F body from 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 21 August 2010, Hawes Station
169. 211YVX
Eastern National CN1351, 211YVX, Bristol MW / ECW B45F, new in June 1962, withdrawn July 1978.
Photo taken Saturday 26 February 1972, Old Cattle Market Bus Station, Ipswich
170. 253KTA
Royal Blue 2270, 253KTA, a 1962 Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
171. 31FAX
Overseas holidays can turn up the unexpected! Peter came across former Red & White UC963, 31FAX, a Bristol MW with ECW coach body, in Tangiers.
Photo taken c.1979/80, Tangiers, Morocco
172. 3811PW
Eastern Counties LS811, 3811PW, Bristol MW6G / ECW C39F, new in June 1962.
Photo taken September 1972, Coach Stand, Great Yarmouth Jetty
173. 3815PW
Eastern Counties LS815, 3815PW, Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body, new in June 1962.
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
174. 5048HN
United AS 2648 5048HN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1962 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1970, Alnwick
175. 5060HN
United Autos 2660, 5060HN, was a Bristol MW5G with an ECW B45F body of 1962, withdrawn in 1978.
Photo taken Sunday 31 August 1975, Shildon
176. 5061HN
United AS 2661 5061HN, a Bristol MW5G built in 1962 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1970, Richmond Market Place
177. 7014HN
United AS 1014, 7014HN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1962 with ECW C34F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1971, Bishop Auckland Market Place
178. 7453HN
United AS 1143, 7543HN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1962 with ECW DP41F bodywork. New as BUE543, it became UE543 in November 1964 and renumbered 1143 in January 1969.
Photo taken March 1970, Newport Road, Middlesbrough
179. 7541HN
United Automobile 1141, 7541HN, a Bristol MW6G with ECW DP41F body, new (as BUE541, later UE541) in 1962.
Photo taken August 1976, Whitby Station Forecourt
180. 7545HN
United Automobile UE545, 7545HN, was a Bristol MW with an Eastern Coachworks body seen in the Wellington Street Coach Station of the West Yorkshire Road Car Co. in Leeds on the service from Whitby.
Photo taken Saturday 7 October 1967, Wellington Street Coach Station, Leeds
181. 7905WY
West Yorkshire 1092, 7905WY, a Bristol MW5G built in 1962 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken December 1971, Park Street, Middlesbrough
182. 7908WY
J Farren, Skipton, 7908WY "Clara", a Bristol MW5G built in 1962 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1978, Skipton
183. 821BNG
Eastern Counties LS821, 821BNG, Bristol MW coach / ECW, new in December 1962. An early repaint to white National coach livery with the short lived red underlined style of local fleetname.
Photo taken Saturday 14 April 1973, Surrey Street Bus Station, Norwich
184. 8663HN
United AS 2663 8663HN Bristol MW6G built in 1962 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken January 1971, Park Street, Middlesbrough
185. 8701HN
United AS 2701, 8701HN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1962/3 with Eastern Coach Works B45F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1972, parking area adjacent to Ripon bus station
186. 9168YG
West Yorkshire 1073, 9168YG, a Bristol MW6G built in 1962 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1972, Bridlington Bus Station
187. 9DLY
Former Tilling Bristol MW 9DLY in National livery
Photo taken 1975, London Victoria Coach Station
188. MOO177
Eastern National CF1356, MOO177, a 1962 Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body, originally numbered 556. It was withdrawn in 1977.
Photo taken Thursday 11 September 1975, Hatfield Heath
189. MOO177
Preserved Eastern National Bristol MW 1356, MOO177
Photo taken Sunday 3 July 2011, North Weald
190. MOO177
Eastern National MW6G bus 1356, MOO177, new in 1962 and re-engined from MW5G in 1973 (one of three so treated). This bus was later painted blue as driving trainer 9001 before passing to a Bradford Scout group.
Photo taken Monday 9 April 2012, Chatham Dockyard
191. MOO974
Eastern National PL568, MOO974, a Bristol MW5G with dual-purpose coach/bus body, new in 1962.
Photo taken Monday 6 April 1964, Prittlewell Hill, Southend
192. MOO974
Eastern National PL1429, MOO974, a Bristol MW5G with dual-purpose coach/bus body, new in 1962.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
193. MOO975
Rear view of Eastern National CN 1430, MOO975, Bristol MW / ECW. New in July 1962, withdrawn October 1978, seenhere two months before withdrawal.
Photo taken Saturday 12 August 1978, Clacton Bus Station
194. MOO976
Eastern National SD1431, MOO976, Bristol MW / ECW. Dual Purpose vehicle but in bus livery. DP41F, later converted (April 1974) to B45F. New August 1962, withdrawn June 1979.
Photo taken Friday 29 October 1971, Southend
195. OO9543
Eastern National BE1435, OO9543, after the Marshalls 'box' had been added. Leaking cantral windows and increasing awkwardness using the original coach blinds led to these changes.
Photo taken Braintree Bus Park
196. OO9544
Eastern National MW6G BS1436, OO9544 started life in 1962 as a 39-seat coach with fleet number 558. It was renumbered to 353 in August 1964, then in late 1968 it was sent to ECW to be converted to bus standard with OMO equipment, jack-knife door and seats from withdrawn KSWs. It was withdrawn from service in 1978.
Photo taken Thursday 11 September 1975, Matching Green, near Harlow
197. OO9545
Eastern National BN1437, OO9545, Bristol MW / ECW in cream and green DP livery but with bus seats (B41F, ex C32F). New as coach 354 in April 1962 and converted to a bus in January 1969.
Photo taken Friday 29 October 1971, Basildon Bus Station
198. OO9546
Eastern National BS1438, OO9546, Bristol MW / ECW. Originally coach 355, new April 1962, converted to a bus in January 1969.
Photo taken Thursday 8 February 1973, Chelmsford Bus Station
199. OO9546
Eastern National CY1438, OO9546, in original ‘dual purpose’ livery with bus seats in a coach shell, seen leaving Basildon Bus Station
Photo taken Basildon Bus Station
200. OO9548
Silcox Motor Coach Co Ltd 128, OO9548, a 1962 Bristol MW6G with ECW C43F bodywork formerly Eastern National 562 and purchased by Silcox around 1973.
Photo taken Monday 31 July 1978, Silcox depot, Pembroke Dock
201. TCS153
Western SMT DT1705(B2), TCS153, a Bristol MW6G built in 1962 with Alexander C41F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1971, Stranraer
202. TCS155
Western S.M.T. 1707, TCS155, was a Bristol MW6G with an Alexander C41F body seen in Dumfries.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
203. 1221FM
Crosville SMG442, 1221FM, a 1963 Bristol MW6G/ECW B41F with C-B-C heating.
Photo taken Monday 3 July 1978, Dinas Dinlle, Gwynedd
204. 1223FM
Crosville Motor Services SMG444, 1223FM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1963 with ECW B41F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1970, West Kirby
205. 1226FM
Crosville SMG447, 1226FM, was a Bristol MW6G with ECW B41F body, new in June 1963 and withdrawn in January 1980.
Photo taken approx 1970
206. 1229FM
Crosville MW6G SMG450, 1229FM, is seen awaiting its next turn of duty in Welshpool on a sunny Sunday afternoon. SMG450 was almost new at the time of the photograph (although a good wash wouldn't have gone amiss!) and remained in service until c.1980 before being exported to New Zealand.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 1963, Welshpool
207. 2172FM
2172FM, a Crosville 1963 MW6G/ECW (of the model introduced in 1962) passing the entrance to Royston loco shed near Barnsley.
Photo taken Sunday 10 July 1966, Royston, near Barnsley
208. 2193FM
Crosville CMG486, 2193FM, Bristol MW6G coach with ECW C39F body, new in 1963
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
209. 2193FM
Crosville EMG486, 2193FM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1963 with ECW C39F bodywork. Relegated to bus duties and in bus livery at the end of route D84.
Photo taken July 1978, High Street, Welshpool
210. 2689RU
Hants & Dorset Bristol MW Coach 889, 2689RU, new in April 1963.
Photo taken April 1964, Wembley Stadium
211. 759MDV
Southern National 1410, 759MDV, a Bristol MW with C39F ECW body from 1963 preserved and driven by Peter Delaney
Photo taken Saturday 30 June 2012, Teignmouth
212. 766MDV
766MDV, preserved Royal Blue (SN) Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F new in 1963
Photo taken Monday 27 August 2007, Stokes Bay Gosport
213. 766MDV
Seen en-route on the summer Saturdays only service from Cheltenham to Brighton in about 1966 is Royal Blue Bristol MW No 2278, 766MDV.
Photo taken August 1966, Kingsway, Portslade
214. 825BWY
West Yorkshire bought this Bristol MW6G with ECW bus body in 1963 as their SMG17, 825BWY. In 1971 it was renumbered 1125 and then three years later it was loaned to West Riding as their 106 - it lasted with them until 1975 when it went to a Barnsley scrapyard after final withdrawal.
Photo taken Monday 17 June 1974, Leeds Central Bus Station
215. 831BWY
Orpington & District 831BWY, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B45F body new in 1963 to West Yorkshire as SMG23.
Photo taken 1976/7, Spur Road, Orpington
216. 839BWY
West Yorkshire SMG31, 839BWY, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B45F body, new in November 1963
Photo taken Thursday 26 March 1964, crossing the railway at Swinden, en route from Grassington to Skipton
217. 8673HN
United Automobile Services operated many Bristol MW6Gs. Typical of their service buses is 2673, 8673HN, a 1963 example originally numbered BUE673 but renumbered in 1969 as 2673.
Photo taken 1973, Hartlepool Bus Station
218. 8699HN
United AS 2699, 8699HN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1963 with ECW B45F bodywork. One of several hundred MWs in the United fleet, the variations in front panel fixtures and fittings helped relieve the monotony.
Photo taken February 1970, High Bondgate, Bishop Auckland
219. 902THN
United AS 1102, 902THN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1963 with ECW DP39F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1972, Bishop Auckland Market Place
220. CMG471
Crosville CMG471, 2176FM, a coach bodied Bristol MW6G new in 1963, later converted to DP and withdrawn in 1979.
Photo taken September 1968, Fairbourne
221. OWC606
Eastern National CR1357, OWC606, Bristol MW / ECW B45F. New March 1963, withdrawn February 1978.
Photo taken April 1972, Old Cattle Market Bus Station, Ipswich
222. OWC607
Eastern National CN1358, OWC607, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body from 1963. It was withdrawn in 1978.
Photo taken 1976, Clacton Bus Station
223. OWC608
Eastern National BS1359, OWC608, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body new in 1963.
Photo taken Friday 8 August 1975, Moreton, near Harlow
224. OWC609
Eastern National 1963 Bristol MW/ECW 1360, OWC609, outside the Plough and Sail Inn at Paglesham on service 10.
Photo taken Paglesham, Rochford
225. OWC609
Eastern National Bristol MW/ECW 1360, OWC609, at the Paglesham terminus of route 10.
Photo taken c.1970, Paglesham, Rochford
226. OWC611
Eastern National SD1362, OWC611, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body from 1963, heading towards Victoria Circus on the once a week route 13A.
Photo taken Saturday 19 February 1966, Victoria Avenue, Southend
227. 156SHN
Following up on two threads running on Bristol MW's, on the left is United 2536, 936JHN, a B45F example and one of the batch reregistered (from 536JHN). On the right looking somewhat dishevelled is 2793, 156SHN, delivered as DP41F but later reseated to B45F with the front panel removed to show the Cave Brown Cave heating.
Photo taken Saturday 17 July 1976, United Depot, Morland Street, Bishop Auckland
228. 907THN
United AS 94, 907THN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1964 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken September 1978, Middlesbrough Bus Station
229. 907THN
907THN, a United Bristol MW6G sits in a rather gloomy St Andrew Square bus station illustrating an almost forgotten aspect of rural services when parcels were carried throughout the SBG network and woe betide anyone wanting the front nearside seat which would sometimes be "reserved" for these items.
Photo taken Monday 16 July 1973, St Andrew Square Bus Station, Edinburgh
230. 909THN
United AS 1109, 909THN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1964 with ECW DP39F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1970, Hartlepool Bus Station
231. 909THN
United AS 1109, 909THN, a Bristol MW6G built in 1964 with ECW DP39F bodywork.
Photo taken February 1972, Park Street, Middlesbrough
232. AAH912B
Eastern Counties LM605, AAH912B, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body, new in 1964
Photo taken Saturday 20 June 1964, Drummer Street, Cambridge
233. AAO34B
Cumberland 231, AAO34B, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B45F body, new in 1963 but kept in store until May 1964 when it was registered and entered service. AAO34B has been restored by the Cumbria Bus Group.
Photo taken Sunday 8 August 1965, Keswick Bus Station
234. AAO34B
Cumberland Motor Services 231, AAO34B, a 1964 Bristol MW6G with ECW bus body stands in Keswick bus station waiting to work the Borrowdale bus to Seatoller
Photo taken Sunday 12 August 1973, Keswick Bus Station
235. AHN414B
United AS 1114, AHN414B, a Bristol MW6G built in 1964 with ECW DP39F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1974, Ripon
236. BPU24B
Eastern National MN1450, BPU24B, which started life in June 1964 as a coach with Tillings Transport T330, renumbered as T310 in January 1966 and passed into the ENOC fleet as 310 in February 1970. Then in October 1974 it was converted by Marshalls with power doors and roof mounted destination boxes as seen in the photo.
Photo taken Thursday 16 December 1976, Duke Street, Chelmsford
237. BPU24B
Eastern National MN1450, BPU24B, Bristol MW / ECW. New to Tillings Travel in June 1964 (C39F) and numbered T330 two months later.
Photo taken April 1975, Clacton Bus Station
238. CPW614B
Eastern Counties LM614, CPW614B, Bristol MW / ECW.
Photo taken October 1972, Turret Lane, Ipswich
239. JHK458C
Eastern National CN1434, JHK458C, Bristol MW / ECW dual purpose. New December 1964, DP43F.
Photo taken Saturday 27 May 1972, Colchester Bus Station
240. BHU92C
Preserved former Bristol 2138, BHU92C, a Bristol MW6G with ECW DP39F body new in February 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 18 September 2005, Duxford
241. CHN815C
United AS 2715, CHN815C, a Bristol MW6G built in 1965 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, Whitby Bus Station
242. DAX601C
Red and White U164, DAX601C, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B45F body, new in February 1965
Photo taken Saturday 1 April 1978, Tredegar
243. DAX610C
Preserved Red&White U765, DAX610C, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B45F body new in 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2011, Alton
244. DAX614C
A pair of Red & White single deckers seen here at Cardiff Bus Station. On the left is U11-65, DAX614C, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B45F body, new in 1965, while on the right is RS16-67, LAX116E, a Bristol RESL6L with ECW B46F body, new two years later in 1967.
Photo taken c. Oct 1971, Cardiff Bus Station
245. DFM205C
Crosville SMG536, DFM205C, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B45F body, new in 1965.
Photo taken Summer 1967, Aberdaron
246. DFM207C
Crosville SMG538, DFM207C, a 1965 Bristol MW6G/ECW B45F, with blanked-off radiator and modified wheelarches, rather in the style of a Blackburn or Darwen PD2.
Photo taken Tuesday 30 August 1977, Castle Square, Caernarfon
247. DNU18C
United AS 2795, DNU19C, a Bristol MW6G built in 1965 with ECW DP43F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1976, Bishop Auckland Market Place
248. DNU20C
Midland General 296, DNU20C, a 1965 Bristol MW6G with ECW dual purpose bodywork The attractive Midland General blue and cream livery is carried.
Photo taken Sunday 14 September 2008, Meadowhall, Sheffield
249. DNU20C
Midland General 296, DNU20C, a Bristol MW6G with ECW dual purpose bodywork new in 1965
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 2010, Beaumanor Hall
250. DNU20C
DNU20C Bristol MW6G / ECW new to Mansfield & District Traction in 1965 and now carrying the classic MGO livery. recently repainted by Lynn Pestall the owner.
Photo taken Sunday 2 July 2017, Ecclesbourne Valley Railway Wirksworth, Classic Bus Rally
251. DVF118C
Eastern Counties LM618, DVF118C, seen in Colchester Bus Station was a Bristol MW5G with an Eastern Coachworks B45F body.
Photo taken February 1966, Colchester Bus Station
252. EDL236C
Preserved Southern Vectis 803, EDL236C, Bristol MW6G, new in November 1965 with ECW B45F body, later B43F.
Photo taken Sunday 3 April 2005, Wisley Aerodrome
253. GFM555C
Crosville SMG555, GFM555C, a 1965 Bristol MW6G/ECW B45F.
Photo taken Friday 24 August 1973, Maentwrog, Oakley Arms
254. EDV502D
Western National 1420, EDV502D, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body, ending it's life as a school bus where it was known as the Foster Flyer. Preserved by John Handford who has kept the tables fitted by the school, hence the reverse seating part way down the vehicle,
Photo taken Sunday 1 July 2012, private property in Devon
255. EDV502D
Bristol MW6G EDV502D seen awaiting start of Royal Blue Run. It had just arrived from its base in Coventry and I include it because it now has the correct style and colour for the Western National lettering.
Photo taken Friday 20 June 2014, London Victoria Coach Station
256. EDV503D
Western National 1421, EDV503D, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body which was converted to dual purpose in it's life and ended up in a field in Cornwall. Rescued a few years ago it is now under shelter on private land in Devon
Photo taken Saturday 30 June 2012, Devon
257. EDV505D
Western National EDV505D, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body, new in June 1966.
Photo taken Sunday 5 September 2010, Bus & Coach Wales Event, Merthyr Tydfil
258. EDV510D
Former Western National 1428, EDV510D, seen here in service with Silver Star, Caernarfon. Originally new in June 1966, it was a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body.
Photo taken c. 1981, Caernarfon Square
259. FEL751D
Hants and Dorset 904, FEL751D, a 1966 Bristol MW6G with the final style of ECW coach body fitted to MW chassis.
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 2010, Chatsworth
260. FEL752D
Hants & Dorset 905, FEL752D, a Bristol MW6G with ECW coach body.
Photo taken 1968, Wembley Stadium
261. FHW154D
Preserved ex-Bristol Greyhound 2148, FHW154D, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body, new in April 1966.
Photo taken Sunday 10 October 2004, Canvey Island
262. FHW155D
Garelochhead Coach Services, Helensburgh, 121 FHW155D Bristol MW6G built in 1966 with ECW C39F bodywork. This had been new as Bristol 2149.
Photo taken July 1977, Garelochhead CS garage
263. FHW156D
Bristol Greyhound 2150, FHW156D, Bristol MW6G with ECW 39 seat coach body, new in June 1966.
Photo taken May 2004, Pudsey
264. FHW156D
Bristol MW coach FHW156D was photographed entering Grantham bus station on 22nd August 1987. New to Bristol as their 2150, it is seen here with Kimes, Folkingham.
Photo taken Saturday 22 August 1987, Grantham Bus Station
265. FRU875D
Hants & Dorset 908, FRU875D, a Bristol MW6G built in 1966 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1970, Royal Station Hotel, Neville Street, Newcastle
266. HFM562D
Crosville CMG562, HFM562D, a Bristol MW6G built in 1966 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1978, Barmouth
267. JAO245D
Cumberland Motor Services 245, JAO245D, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B45F bodywork, was new in December 1966.
Photo taken March 1976, Keswick Bus Station
268. KHN729D
Ribble 280, KHN729D, a Bristol MW6G from 1966 with Eastern Coach Works B45F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1972, Alston
269. LHN736D
United AS 2736, LHN736D, a Bristol MW6G built in 1966 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1970, Town Yetholm
270. LHN741D
United U741, LHN741D, a Bristol MW6G built in 1966 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1968, Bishop Auckland Market Place
271. OWC182D
Preserved Eastern National PL392, OWC182D, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body, new in 1966.
Photo taken Sunday 19 July 2009, Alton
272. OWC182D
Preserved Eastern National PL392, OWC182D, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body, new in 1966 and alongside preserved Eastern Counties MW coach LS789, 5789AH.
Photo taken Sunday 6 June 2010, Clacton
273. OWC183D
Eastern National CF393, OWC183D, a Bristol MW / ECW coach. New to Tillings Travel as T313 in February 1966, to Eastern National in April 1968. Rebuilt with power operated doors and roof line destination box by Marshalls, reseated to B43F and renumbered 1451 in January 1975 before being withdrawn in September 1980.
Photo taken Saturday 12 August 1972, High Street, Colchester
274. HDV639C
HDV639E, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body was Western National 1434. When the long distance coach services were de-regulated in 1980, several companies began competing with existing operators. Ann Gloag with her brother Brian Souter and her ex-husband David started services under the name of Gloagtrotter, using a variety of vehicles.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 February 1981, Parliamentary Road, Glasgow
275. HDV641E
Seen at the Keighley Festival of Transport is this 1967 Bristol MW6G with ECW coach body, wearing West Yorkshire Road Car livery as their CUG49. However the bus was new to Western National as their 1436, HDV641E, and never ran for West Yorkshire. The fleet number carries the number series on from the highest numbered genuine West Yorkshire MW coach
Photo taken Sunday 7 July 2013, Dalton Lane, Keighley
276. JAX117E
JAX117E, a 1967 Bristol MW/ECW. This vehicle is from the very last batch of Bristol MW’s built. Registered to Red and White in Chepstow, is was the last MW to be brought by the company.
Photo taken Sunday 4 September 2011, Rhydycar Leisure Centre, Merthyr Tydfil
277. OFM32E
Crosville CMG32, OFM32E, a Bristol MW6G built in 1967 with ECW C39F bodywork. A late example of this type of bodywork and chassis combination.
Photo taken July 1978, Newtown