SCT '61 Photo Index
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1. HUF45
With the sea in the background at Old Steine is Brighton Corporation 45, HUF45, the first of six B.U.T. 9611Ts with Weymann H30/24R bodies delivered in 1947.
Photo taken Saturday 31 January 1959, Old Steine
2. HUF46
Brighton Corporation 46, HUF46, was a Weymann H30/24R bodied B.U.T. 9611T new in 1947 which was seen at Old Steine.
Photo taken Saturday 31 January 1959, Old Steine
3.
Johannesburg 590 was virtually identical, to the London SA3 class being on BUT 9641T chassis with MCCW bodywork assembled is South Africa by Bus Bodies SA. Seating was H40/31D with a single rear staircase and dated from 1948. Remarkably this location is readily identifiable on the modern streetview and the bus is heading eastwards on Plein Street and is stood at the traffic lights at the junction with Eloff Street
Photo taken Thursday 4 November 1971, Plein Street/Eloff Street, Johannesburg, South Africa
4. DBO473
Cardiff 213, DBO473, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H38/29R bodywork. New in 1948 and originally had an additional front entrance.
Photo taken Thursday 25 April 1968, Havelock Street, Cardiff
5. DBO475
Cardiff Corporation 215 DBO475, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H38/29R body, new in 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 24 June 1984, at Cardiff Rally
6. DBO475
Rear view of Cardiff 215, DBO475, BUT 9641T with East Lancs H38/29R bodywork. New in 1948 and originally had an additional front entrance.
Photo taken Sunday 11 January 1970, Newport Road, Cardiff
7. DBO475
Cardiff 215, DBO475, a BUT with East Lancs body seen during the closure of the Cardiff system.
Photo taken Sunday 11 January 1970, Cowbridge Estate, Cardiff ?
8. DBO475
Cardiff 215, DBO475, at Ely on route 10b, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs body, new in 1948.
Photo taken Summer 1969, MacDonald Road, Ely
9. DBO480
The Christmas illuminations on 220, DBO480 show up rather better in this shot in the centre of Cardiff at Christmas 1968.
Photo taken December 1968, Havelock Street, Cardiff
10. DNJ992
Brighton, Hove & District 391, DNJ992, was one of three B.U.T. 9611Ts with Weymann H30/26R bodies new in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 31 January 1959, Chatham Place, New England Road, Brighton
11. DNJ994
Brighton, Hove & District 393, DNJ994, was one of three B.U.T. 9611Ts with Weymann H30/26R bodies new in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 31 January 1959, Chatham Place, New England Road, Brighton
12. DUH722
Cardiff 227, DUH722, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H38/29R bodywork. New in 1948 and originally had an additional front entrance.
Photo taken Saturday 13 July 1968, Roath Depot
13. DUH722
Cardiff 227, DUH722, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H38/29R bodywork, approaching the Gabalfa terminus.
Photo taken Summer 1965, Gabalfa, Cardiff
14. DUH723
During the Christmas period some Cardiff trolleybuses carried appropriate illuminations. 228, DUH723, is in the Ely estate on route 10a at Christmas 1968. Note the board on the front giving route details because the destination blind is obscured.
Photo taken December 1968, MacDonald Road Terminus, Ely, Cardiff
15. HYM765
London Transport Executive 1765, HYM765, was caught on the stand at Ewell Road, Tolworth whilst operating on the 601 service to Twickenham. This was one of seventy-seven Q1 class B.U.T trolleybuses with Metro-Cammell H40/30R bodies new in 1948. A further fifty were delivered in 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 27 December 1958, Ewell Road, London Tolworth
16. HYM768
London Transport 1768, HYM768, a 1948 BUT 964T161 with MCW bodywork part of the Q1 class of trolleybuses that were the last bought by London Transport. This vehicle was one of a number of Q1s which saw further service in Spain.
Photo taken August 2002, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
17. HYM768
A pair of London Q1 class Trolleybuses, 1768, HYM768, and 1812, HYM812.
Photo taken Monday 7 May 2012, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
18. HYM776
London Transport Executive 1776, HYM776, on route 604 waits in Hampton Court Road. This was one of seventy-seven Q1 class B.U.T trolleybuses with Metro-Cammell H40/30R bodies new in 1948. A further fifty were delivered in 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 27 December 1958, London Hampton Court
19. HYM789
London Transport 1789, HYM789, a Q1 seen at Hammersmith Grove, Hammersmith
Photo taken Saturday 8 November 1958, The Grove, London Hammersmith
20. HYM812
London Transport Q1 class 1948 MCW H40/30R bodied BUT 9641T 1812, HYM812, at the Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum.
Photo taken Saturday 30 July 2011, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
21. HYM812
London Transport Q1 trolleybus 1812, HYM812, was repatriated from Santander in Spain for restoration in this country. It was stored for a while at the rear of the Chiltern Queens depot in Woodcote, near Reading where this picture was taken. Note the neat arrangement of rear and centre doors fitted to the (British) offside.
Photo taken Monday 25 July 1977, Chiltern Queens Depot, Woodcote, Reading
22. HYM824
London Transport BUT / Metro-Cammell 1948 Q1 Class trolleybus 1824, HYM824, of Fulwell Depot (FW) heading for Hampton Court. Behind is the more common and older trolleybus on the 666 Edgware route.
Photo taken 1961, Broadway Terminus, The Grove, London Hammersmith
23. HYM830
London Transport Executive 1830, HYM830, seen on route 603 at the terminal loop, opposite Red Lion Road at Tolworth, of the route to Richmond Park. This was one of seventy-seven Q1 class B.U.T trolleybuses with Metro-Cammell H40/30R bodies new in 1948. A further fifty were delivered in 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 27 December 1958, Ewell Road, London Tolworth
24. KTV493
Preserved former Nottingham 493, KTV493, a Roe bodied BUT 9611T new in 1948
Photo taken Wednesday 7 May 2008, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
25. KTV493
Rear view of preserved former Nottingham 493, KTV493, a 1948 Roe bodied BUT 9611T.
Photo taken Wednesday 7 May 2008, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
26. KTV493
Nottingham 493, KTV493, a 1948 BUT 9611T with Roe bodywork is seen at Woodhall services on the M1 on its way to the Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum.
Photo taken 1970, Woodhall Services, M1
27. LTN487
Newcastle 487, LTN487, a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro-Cammell H40/30R body was one of twenty new in 1948 and was seen at Newcastle Central Station.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Newcastle Central Station
28. LTN497
Newcastle 497, LTN497, a BUT 9641T with Metro-Cammell body H40/30R body, London Q style trolley
Photo taken May 1964, opposite Newcastle Central Station
29. DRD124
Reading 138, DRD124, was the first of twenty B.U.T. 9611Ts with Park Royal H30/26RD bodies new in 1949.
Photo taken Saturday 22 August 1959, St Mary's Butts, Reading
30. DRD130
Former Reading 144, DRD130, a BUT 9611T with Park Royal H33/26RD body, new in July 1949
Photo taken Sunday 28 May 2006, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
31. DRD130
Reading's last trolley 144, DRD130, a 1949 BUT 9611T with Park Royal H30/26RD body.
Photo taken Sunday 25 July 2010, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
32. DRD131
Reading 145, DRD131, was a 1949 B.U.T. 9611T with a Park Royal H30/26RD body, seen at Reading Station.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, Reading Station
33. DRD138
Reading 152, DRD138, was one of twenty B.U.T. 9611Ts with Park Royal H30/26RD bodies new in 1949.
Photo taken Saturday 22 August 1959, St Mary's Butts, Reading
34. EBO892
Cardiff trolley 239, EBO892, a 1949 B.U.T. 9641T with East Lancs B38R single-deck body.
Photo taken August 1962, Cardiff Docks
35. EBO916
Cardiff 259, EBO916, a BUT 9641T with Bruce H38/29R bodywork on East Lancs frames. New in 1949 and originally had an additional front entrance.
Photo taken Sunday 7 January 1968, Roath Depot
36. EBO919
In abysmal weather conditions Cardiff's last trolleybuses line up in the City Centre for the farewell run with 262, EBO919 in the lead.
Photo taken Sunday 11 January 1970, High Street, Cardiff
37. EKU745
Bradford 745, EKU745, a BUT 9611T new in 1949 with Roe H31/25R body, re-seated to H33/25R in 1955.
Photo taken January 1969, Thornton Road, Bradford
38. EKU745
Bradford 745, EKU745, was a BUT trolleybus with a Roe H31/25R body dating from 1949.
Photo taken Wednesday 30 June 1971, Thornbury Depot
39. EKU745
Bradford 745, EKU745, a BUT 9611T new in 1949 with Roe H31/25R body, re-seated to H33/25R in 1955.
Photo taken c. March 1969, Balme Street, Bradford
40. EKU746
Bradford 746, EKU746, a 1949 BUT 9611T trolleybus with Roe H58R bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 13 September 2008, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
41. EKU746
Bradford driver training trolleybus 063, EKU746, originally fleet number 746,
Photo taken August 1968, Gaumont Cinema, Thornton Road, Bradford
42. EKU746
Bradford 746, EKU746, was a BUT 9611T with Roe bodywork which entered service on 3 December 1949. Originally configured as H31/25R, it was re-seated to H33/25R in 1955/6. Withdrawn in 1963/4 it was reinstated in 1966 as number 063 and allocated to driver training duties in which role it is seen here. It performed the last MoT trolleybus driving test in this country on Friday 30 July 1971 and was withdrawn immediately afterwards.
Photo taken c.1970, Thornton Road
43. LHN781
Rainy day in Bradford showing Bradford 831, LHN781, a BUT 9611T built in 1949 with an East Lancashire H37/29F body from 1962.
Photo taken April 1968, Tyrrel Street, Bradford
44. LHN781
A sunny day at Saltaire and Bradford 831, LHN781, stands at the terminus. The BUT9611T had been delivered in the spring of 1949 to Darlington Corporation and entered service on 8 May as their 69, carrying a 56 seat East Lancs rear-entrance body.
Photo taken c.1970, Saltaire Terminus, Bradford
45. LHN782
Bradford 832, LHN782, a BUT 9611T trolley built in 1949 and rebodied H37/29F by East Lancs in 1962.
Photo taken December 1969, Albion Road/Thorp Garth, Idle
46. LHN783
Bradford 833, ex-Darlington LHN783, enters Clayton village along the aptly-named Pasture Lane which first saw trolleybuses in 1926.
Photo taken Friday 30 July 1971, Lane End, Clayton
47. LHN784
Bradford City Transport 834, LHN784, a BUT9611T with a 1962 East Lancs body.
Photo taken 1995, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
48. LHN784
Bradford 834, LHN784, an ex-Darlington BUT, takes the curve into Leeds Road from Dudley Hill Road on the then depot-only link from the Saltaire/Greengates routes.
Photo taken June 1971, Killinghall Road, Laisterdyke, Leeds Road, Bradford
49. LHN784
Bradford trolley 834, LHN784, ex-Darlington and then ex-Doncaster, at the turning circle outside Midland Hotel which was installed when the through route to Bradford Moor was severed.
Photo taken Monday 28 October 1963, outside Midland Hotel, Forster Square
50. LHN784
Bradford 834, LHN784, is one of the former Darlington/Doncaster BUT trolleybuses which were given new East Lancs bodies, now preserved at Sandtoft Museum.
Photo taken circa 1966, Albion Road/Leeds Road, Greengates
51. LHN785
Bradford trolleybus 835, LHN785, an ex-Darlington BUT/East Lancs rebuild, is seen at the short-lived Transperience Museum which featured a working trolleybus and tram line.
Photo taken Saturday 29 March 1997, Transperience Museum, Low Moor, Bradford
52. LHN785
Doncaster 383, LHN785, seen in the town centre, was the last of a batch of six acquired from Darlington in 1952. Carrying East Lancs H30/26R bodies, the BUT 9611T chassis were new in 1949. Doncaster withdrew them in 1959 and sold them to Bradford.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, St. Sepulchre Gate, Doncaster
53. LHN785
Bradford 835, LHN785, approaching Shipley on route 40 to Saltaire.
Photo taken c.1970, Briggate, Shipley
54. LHN78?
An unidentified Bradford trolleybus turning at the Greengates Terminus, believed to be one of the one of the rebodied ex-Doncaster (originally Darlington) BUTs, 831-5, LHN781-5.
Photo taken c. 1970, Greengates Terminus
55. NNU234
The entire fleet of Notts & Derby trolleybuses was bought by Bradford in 1952 prior to the closure of their system in 1953. This view shows NNU234, a 1949-vintage Weymann-bodied BUT trolleybus clearly showing traces of the original Notts & Derby logo.
Photo taken early September 1971, approach road to Thornbury Works, Bradford
56. NNU234
Ex Notts and Derby and Bradford trolleybus NNU234 while in the care of Bournemouth Heritage Transport Association, is undergoing restoration at Shamrock Buses, Dorset.
Photo taken Sunday 28 October 2007, Shamrock Buses, Dorset
57. NNU234
The latest addition to the trolleybus fleet at Sandtoft is former Notts & Derby 353, NNU234, a Weymann H32/26R bodied BUT 9611T dating from 1949 which has been purchased by the Museum from the West of England Transport Collection (with whom it had resided since 2011) and arrived at Sandtoft on 25 April, 62 years to the day from the closure of the Notts & Derby system. The entire N&D fleet was sold to Bradford for further service and 353 re-entered service as BCT 770 on 1 July 1953. It was withdrawn on 31 October 1963 contemporaneously with the withdrawal of trolleybuses from the section beyond Saltaire to Nab Woods, Bingley and Crossflatts.
Photo taken Saturday 25 July 2015, Sandtoft
58.
Unidentified Bournemouth Corporation BUT Trolleybus with Weymann body built in 1950
Photo taken early 1970, Mallard Road Depot, Bournemouth
59. EBO912
Cardiff 255, EBO912, a BUT 9641T with Bruce H38/29R bodywork on East Lancs frames. New in 1950 and originally had an additional front entrance.
Photo taken Friday 26 April 1968, Central Square, Cardiff
60. ERV926
Portsmouth 301, ERV926, was the first of fifteen B.U.T. 9611Ts fitted with Burlingham H28/24R bodies new in 1950 and is seen at The Hard.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, The Hard, Portsmouth
61. ERV928
Portsmouth 303, ERV928, was a 1950 BUT9611T with Burlingham bodywork. Seen here in 1959, it was withdrawn in 1961
Photo taken Monday 21 September 1959, Cosham Red Lion Terminus
62. ERV940
Portsmouth 315, ERV940. was the last of fifteen B.U.T. 9611Ts fitted with Burlingham H28/24R bodies new in 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, South Parade, Southsea
63. ERV940
Portsmouth Corporation trolleybus of 1950, 315, ERV940, a BUT 9611T with Burlingham H28/24R body. Routes 5/6 from Cosham to the Dockyard were the last and closed the Portsmouth trolleybus system on 27th July 1963.
Photo taken June 1961, Cosham Terminus
64. GFU692
Grimsby Cleethorpes Transport 159, GFU692, the first of four BUT 9611T new in 1950, carries NCB H28/26R bodywork.
Photo taken Wednesday 16 April 1958, Bethlehem Street, Grimsby
65. GFU693
Walsall 875, GFU693, a B.U.T 9611T built in 1950 with a NCB 54-seat body and acquired from Grimsby Cleethorpes in 1960. It was lengthened in 1962 and rebuilt to front entrance H39/30F by Walsall Corporation and survived until the end of the system in October 1970.
Photo taken c.1969, Townend Street, Walsall
66. GFU693
Originally uploaded in black and white by Alan Hall, Walsall Corporation Trolleybus 875, GFU693, previously with Grimsby-Cleethorpes, was rebuilt and lengthened with a front entrance by Walsall is seen at Townend Street. The inspector is holding up the street sign or about to swivel it round to confuse the driver!
Photo taken August 1968, Townend Street
67. GZ8567
Belfast trolley 203, GZ8567, in the City Centre, a BUT 9641T with Harkness H36/32R body new in 1950.
Photo taken July 1965, Wellington Place, Belfast
68. KLJ341
Bournemouth 207, KLJ341, was one of twenty-four B.U.T. 9641Ts with Weymann H31/25D bodies new in 1950.
Photo taken Saturday 6 September 1958, Bournemouth Pier
69. KLJ349
One of Bournemouth's six wheelers, 249, KLJ349 on the turntable at Christchurch, a BUT with Weymann body new in 1950.
Photo taken July 1966, Trolleybus turntable Terminus, Christchurch
70. KTV506
Nottingham 506, KTV506, is a B.U.T. 9641T with a distinctive Brush H38/32R body dating from 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 2009, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
71. LHN784
Former Darlington, BUT/East Lancs 834, LHN784, is now safely preserved at Sandtofts.
Photo taken Friday 30 July 1971, Clayton Terminus
72. NBB591
Newcastle 591, NBB591, a BUT 9641T with Metro-Cammell body H40/30R body, London Q style trolley, seen at Barras Bridge, about to cross the Claremont Road junction with the old A1 before the right turn into Jesmond Road.
Photo taken May 1964, Barras Bridge, Newcastle
73. NBB592
Newcastle 592, NBB592, a BUT 9641T with Metro-Cammell body H40/30R body, London Q style trolley
Photo taken May 1964, Blackett Street, Newcastle
74. NBB594
Newcastle 594, NBB594, a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro-Cammell H40/30R body was one of fifty new in 1950 and is seen at Newcastle Central Station.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Newcastle Central Station
75. NBB607
Newcastle 607, NBB607, a BUT 9641T with Metro-Cammell body H40/30R body, new in 1950, one of a batch of 50.
Photo taken 1964, opposite Newcastle Central Station
76. NBB628
Two Newcastle trolleybuses running together for the first time since 1966. 628, NBB628, is an EATM exhibit and 501, LTN501, is on loan from Beamish.
Photo taken Wednesday 31 August 2011, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
77. BDJ83
Bradford 795, former St Helens BDJ83, takes the city-bound wires at Bolton Junction. The nearside wires were for depot workings only.
Photo taken 1971, Idle Road/Bolton Road, Bradford
78. BDJ83
Bradford 795, BDJ83, was one of the ex St Helens, East Lancs-bodied BUTs.
Photo taken c. 1966, climbing out from Town Hall Square roundabout, Bradford
79. BDJ87
Bradford Corporation 799, BDJ87, a BUT9611T with East Lancs H35/28R body. Originally new to St Helens Corporation in 1951, sold to Bradford in 1958 and rebuilt by Roe to H35/28R from H30/26R before entering service.
Photo taken Thursday 5 August 1965, Nelson Street, Bradford
80. BDJ87
St Helens Corporation 387, BDJ87, a 1951 East Lancs bodied BUT 9611T now restored to St Helens livery. This bus also ran for Bradford.
Photo taken Sunday 3 May 2009, Sandtoft Trolley Bus Museum
81. BDJ87
Bradford 799, BDJ87, a BUT 9611T / East Lancs trolley built in 1951 and rebuilt by Roe to H35/28R (originally H30/26R) before entering service with Bradford in 1958.
Photo taken August 1968, Little Horton Lane, Bradford
82. BDJ87
Bradford CT 799, BDJ87, a BUT 9611T with East Lancs. H35/28R body. New in 1951 to St. Helens Corporation as its 187 (later 387), it was acquired from them in 1958, and rebuilt by Roe before entering service in its new home in 1959. Withdrawn in 1971 it passed to the St. Helens Trolleybus and Transport Society for preservation as St. Helens 387.
Photo taken August 1970, Princes Way
83. BDJ89
Bradford trolley 801, BDJ89, a BUT 9611T with East Lancs body, new to St Helens in 1951 and bought by Bradford in 1958. Rebuilt by Roe to H35/28R before entering service.
Photo taken January 1969, BCT Offices, Bolton Road, Bradford
84. BDJ89
Bradford 801, BDJ89, was a BUT9611T which was new to St Helen's Corporation in January 1951 as their 189 although it was later renumbered 389. It carried an East Lancs H35/28R body.
Photo taken c.1969, Clayton Terminus
85. ERV938
Preserved ex-Portsmouth trolley 313, ERV938, a BUT with Burlingham H28/24R body, new in 1951 and withdrawn in 1963 - the Portsmouth trolleybus system was abandoned on the 27th July that year.
Photo taken Sunday 10 July 2005, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
86. ERV938
Preserved ex-Portsmouth trolley 313, ERV938, a BUT with Burlingham H28/24R body, new in 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 10 September 2006, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
87. ERV938
Preserved Portsmouth trolley 313, ERV938, a BUT with Burlingham H28/24R body, new in 1951 and withdrawn in 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 16 June 2012, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
88. FKU757
Bradford 757, FKU757, a BUT 9611T/English Electric with Weymann H33/26R body, new in 1951. It was withdrawn in 1971.
Photo taken April 1967, Wibsey
89. FKU757
Bradford CT 757, FKU757, a BUT 9611T with Weymann H33/26R body, new in 1951. On a pleasant summer's day in 1970, 757 negotiates the Town Hall Square roundabout with its neat municipal flowerbeds en route for Buttershaw.
Photo taken August 1970, Town Hall Square roundabout, Bradford
90. FKU758
Bradford trolley 758, FKU758, a BUT 9611T with Weymann H30/26R body, new in 1951 and reseated to H33/26R in 1955.
Photo taken December 1968, approaching Clayton Terminus
91. FKU758
Bradford Corporation Transport 758, FKU758, a BUT 9611T with Weymann H30/26R body entering service in 1951.
Photo taken 1971, Bolton Road/Cranmer Road, Bradford
92. FKU758
Bradford 758, FKU758, a Weymann-bodied BUT, was one of the few un-rebodied trolleybuses operating during the final years of operation.
Photo taken circa 1968, St Enoch's Road/Watty Hall Road
93. KTV566
Nottingham 566, KTV566, a BUT 9641T with Brush H38/32R body seen in central Nottingham.
Photo taken Saturday 27 March 1965, Long Row West, Nottingham
94. KTV578
Recently asked by a 34 year old "What is a trolleybus"?. Here for the less enlightened (!) is Nottingham BUT 9641T 578, KTV578, from 1951 with Brush H63R body running at the Black Country Museum.
Photo taken Saturday 6 June 1992, Black Country Living Museum, Dudley
95. KTV579
Nottingham 579, KTV579, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Brush H38/32R body, one of a batch of one hundred such vehicles delivered between 1950 and 1952. 579 was one of the 1951 deliveries entering service in December. After withdrawal in 1965 it passed, along with the majority of the batch, to Autospares (dealer), Bingley.
Photo taken Saturday 6 October 1962, Beastmarket Hill, Nottingham
96. LCD51
Maidstone 51, LCD51, BUT 9611T with Weymann H30/26R body. New to Brighton Corporation, sold to Maidstone in 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 23 October 1965, Bishops Way, Maidstone
97. LCD51
Maidstone 51, LCD51, a BUT 9611T with Weymann H30/26R body. New to Brighton Corporation, sold to Maidstone in February 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 23 October 1965, Bishops Way, Maidstone
98. LCD51
Maidstone 51, LCD51, a BUT 9611T with Weymann H30/26R body. New to Brighton Corporation, sold to Maidstone in February 1959.
Photo taken Friday 21 August 1964, Mill Street, Maidstone
99. LCD52
Preserved ex-Maidstone trolley 52, LCD52, a BUT 9611T with Weymann H56R body, new to Brighton Corporation, one of two sold to Maidstone in February 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 10 July 2005, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
100. LCD52
Preserved ex-Maidstone trolley 52, LCD52, a BUT 9611T with Weymann H56R body, new to Brighton Corporation, one of two sold to Maidstone in February 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 10 September 2006, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
101. LCD52
Rear view of ex-Maidstone trolley 52, LCD52.
Photo taken Sunday 10 September 2006, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
102. LYH862
London Transport Q1 type trolleybus 1862, LYH862, a BUT with MCW body, new in 1952
Photo taken Kingston Station
103. OZ7314
Belfast trolleybus 212 OZ7314, BUT with Harkness Coach Builders H36/32R body, new in 1952
Photo taken July 1965, Whitewell Terminus, Belfast
104. OZ7324
Belfast trolley 222, OZ7324, entering Whitewell terminus, a BUT with Harkness H36/32R body new in 1954.
Photo taken July 1965, Whitewell Terminus, Belfast
105. KBO951
Cardiff 278, KBO951, was a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R bodywork, one of the final batch of thirteen trolleybuses dating from 1955. These magnificent vehicles were purchased to facilitate the 4 mile extension from Victoria Park along Cowbridge Road West and Grand Avenue into the Ely housing estate.
Photo taken 1969, Havelock Street, Cardiff
106. KBO951
Cardiff 278, KBO951 on route 10b on the dual carriageway which runs through the Ely estate. Note that although this vehicle still has its original front windows and blind box, the latter has been masked to fit a rather more cramped blind layout.
Photo taken Summer 1969, Grand Avenue, Ely, Cardiff
107. KBO952
Cardiff 279, KBO952, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R bodywork. New in 1955 and only fitted with a single staircase unlike the previous batches of BUT 9641Ts.
Photo taken Sunday 7 July 1968, Roath Depot
108. KBO954
Cardiff East Lancs bodied BUT 281, KBO954 on route 10a. Again the blind box has been masked.
Photo taken Summer 1969, Cowbridge Road East, Cardiff
109. KBO955
Cardiff 282, KBO955, BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R bodywork. New in 1955 and only fitted with a single staircase unlike the previous batches of BUT 9641Ts.
Photo taken Sunday 21 January 1968, Royal Oak Terminus, Newport Road
110. KBO957
Cardiff 284, KBO957 at the head of the line in the depot. It was an East Lancs bodied BUT, part of the final batch of 13 trolleybuses new in 1955.
Photo taken Summer 1969, Roath Depot
111. KBO958
Cardiff 285, KBO958 pulls out of the depot yard. Another unidentified trolleybus parked on the right has had its front panel removed, suggesting that it has had to be towed in. 285 was a BUT with East Lancs body, new in 1955.
Photo taken Summer 1969, Roath Depot
112. KBO959
Cardiff 286, KBO959, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R bodywork. New in 1955 and only fitted with a single staircase unlike the previous batches of BUT 9641Ts.
Photo taken Friday 5 January 1968, Roath Depot
113. KBO960
Cardiff 287, KBO960 on its way out of Cardiff on route 10a at Victoria Park in 1969. It was an East Lancs bodied BUT, part of the final batch of 13 trolleybuses new in 1955
Photo taken Summer 1969, Victoria Park, Cardiff
114. KBO960
Cardiff East Lancs bodied BUT 287, KBO960 on route 10a.
Photo taken Summer 1969, Cowbridge Road East
115. KBO960
That's how to do it!. As Cardiff Trolleybus 287, KBO960, the highest numbered BUT 9641T / East Lancs H40/32R in the fleet pulls away from a stop in Green Farm Road (?), nifty movement ensures that this passenger gets carried. The small trolley heads are apparent in this view.
Photo taken Aug 1968, MacDonald Road, Cardiff
116. ONE708
Manchester 1308, ONE708, BUT9612T with Burlingham H33/28R body, new in 1955, followed by an Ashton trolleybus
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Portland Street, Manchester
117. ONE720
A worried looking conductor eyes the overhead as Manchester 1320, ONE720, turns the corner from London Road to Portland Street obstructed by a lorry carrying out roadworks. The Burlingham H32/28R bodied BUT 9612T was new in 1955.
Photo taken Sunday 12 January 1958, Portland Street, Manchester
118. ONE722
Manchester 1322, ONE722, BUT9612T with Burlingham H32/28R body, new in 1955.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Portland Street, Manchester
119. ONE744
Preserved ex-Manchester trolley 1344, ONE744, a BUT 9612T with Burlingham H32/28R body, new in 1955 and withdrawn in 1964.
Photo taken Sunday 10 July 2005, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
120. ONE744
Manchester Corporation 1955 Burlingham H32/28R bodied BUT 9612T 1344, ONE744, at the Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum.
Photo taken Saturday 30 July 2011, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
121. ONE744
The bamboo pole in action!! Manchester Corporation 1955 Burlingham H32/28R bodied BUT 9612T 1344, ONE744, at the Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum having it's trolley head rewired. The head had dewired at low speed so fortunately it didn't cause any damage to the overhead.
Photo taken Saturday 30 July 2011, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
122. ONE744
Preserved Manchester trolleybus 1344, ONE744, a BUT9612T with Burlingham H32/28R bodywork awaits its next turn of duty. In keeping with Manchester's policy of supporting local firms whenever possible, the chassis of this batch were assembled at Crossley's Stockport factory. Their Burlingham bodies were, of course, built at Blackpool whilst Ashton's eight similar trolleys carried bodies built by Bond at Wythenshawe.
Photo taken Saturday 27 July 2013, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
123. ONE747
Manchester 1347, ONE747, one of sixty-two BUT 9612T trolleybuses with Burlingham H32/28R bodywork delivered in 1955/56 seen in Portland Street on a short working journey on route 212.
Photo taken Sunday 23 February 1958, Portland Street, Manchester
124. KVH219
Huddersfield 619, KVH219, was a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken 1967, New Hey Road, Outlane Terminus, Huddersfield
125. KVH219
Huddersfield 619, KVH219, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken August 1968, St. Thomas Rd, Huddersfield
126. KVH220
Huddersfield 620, KVH220, was a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken 1967, Mitchell Avenue, Waterloo Terminus
127. KVH220
Huddersfield 620, KVH220, was a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken 1967, Lidget Street, Lindley
128. KVH223
Huddersfield 623, KVH223, seen during the last week of trolleybuses in Huddersfield (the system closed on the 13th July 1968). 623 was a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in October 1956.
Photo taken July 1968, Thomas Street, Lindley
129. KVH223
Decorated Huddersfield trolleybus 623, KVH223, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken July 1968, Mitchell Avenue/Peninstone Road, Waterloo
130. KVH223
Huddersfield BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body 623, KVH223.
Photo taken Wednesday 10 July 1968, New Hey Road, Outlane Terminus, Huddersfield
131. KVH226
Huddersfield 626, KVH226, was a BUT 964T with East Lancashire H40/26R body of 1956.
Photo taken 1967, Waterloo Rise, Waterloo Terminal loop, Huddersfield
132. KVH226
Huddersfield Corporation 626, KVH226, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956, alongside motorbus 429, AVH429B, a Daimler CVG6LX/30 with Roe H39/31F body, new in 1964.
Photo taken June or July 1968, St. George's Square, Huddersfield
133. KVH226
Huddersfield Corporation 626, KVH226, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs. H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken June or July 1968, New Hey Road, Salendine Nook, Huddersfield
134. KVH227
Huddersfield trolleybus 627, KVH227, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken July 1968, New Hey Road, Salendine Nook
135. KVH229
A heavily loaded Huddersfield trolleybus 629, KVH229, a 1956 BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, about to turn, looking top heavy with enthusiasts during the last week of Huddersfield trolleybuses. On the left is Fleetline 501, OCX501F
Photo taken July 1968, New Hey Road, Outlane Terminus, Huddersfield
136. KVH229
Huddersfield 629, KVH229, at Outlane turning circle on probably the last day. Are the two enthusiasts on the right recognisable as regulars here?
Photo taken July 1968, New Hey Road, Outlane Terminus, Huddersfield
137. KVH229
Huddersfield 629, KVH229 a 1956 BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body.
Photo taken Saturday 13 July 1968, Mitchell Avenue, Waterloo Terminus, Huddersfield
138. ONE733
Manchester 1333, ONE733 alongside 3762, BND762C, the first a BUT/Burlingham trolleybus near the end of its days, the other a Leyland Atlantean with Metro-Cammell H43/33F body
Photo taken probably 31 May 1966, Stevenson Square, Manchester
139. YTE826
Ashton-under-Lyne 87, YTE826, a BUT 9612T with Bond H61R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Portland Street, Manchester
140. YTE826
Ashton-under-Lyne 87, YTE826, BUT9612T with Bond H61R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Portland Street, Manchester
141. YTE826
Preserved Ashton-under-Lyne 87, YTE826, a BUT9612T with Bond H61R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken Sunday 12 June 2011, at East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
142. YTE827
Ashton-under-Lyne 88, YTE827, is a BUT 9612T with Bond H33/28R bodywork new in October 1956, as part of the last batch of new trolleybuses delivered. Seen here in Gorton operating a 218 service to Stalybridge, 88 remained in service until June 1966, some six months before the system closed. Similar vehicle 87 is preserved.
Photo taken Sunday 25 October 1959, in Ashton Old Road, Gorton, Manchester
143. FYS816
A line-up of Glasgow trolleybuses in the rain. The location is Muirend terminus and the trolley nearest the camera is TB55, FYS816, a BUT9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork which had originally seated 70.
Photo taken c.1966, Muirend Road at Hazelden Gardens, Muirend, Glasgow
144. FYS839
Glasgow Trolleybus TB78, FYS839, a 1958 BUT 9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 13 September 2008, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
145. FYS839
Glasgow TB78, FYS839, a 1958 BUT 9613T trolleybus with Crossley H37/34R body.
Photo taken Sunday 25 July 2010, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
146. FYS839
Preserved Glasgow TB78, FYS839, a BUT9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork, peeps out of her shed at Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum. Delivered to the city on 21 February 1958, she entered service on 25 March. She survived until the end of the system, 27 May 1967, and was one of two trolleys (TB123 being the other) to carry 'Last Trolleybus Week' posters.
Photo taken c.2006, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
147. FYS868
While her crew are in conversation with an inspector, Glasgow TB107, FYS868, a BUT9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork, basks in the sun at Clarkston terminus prior to a journey to Queen's Cross. The trolleybus was delivered on 25 October 1958 and entered service on 3 November of that year. TB107 survived until the 27 May 1967.
Photo taken c.1966, Mearns Road, Clarkston
148. FYS874
Glasgow TB113, FYS874, stands in dazzling sunshine at the Muirend terminus of service 107 to Maitland Street. She was a BUT9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork and was delivered on 24 September 1958 although she didn't enter service until 12 November; she lasted until 27 May 1967, the final day of the system.
Photo taken c.1966, Muirend Road at Hazelden Gardens, Muirend
149. FYS988
Glasgow TBS13, FYS988 now on display at Riverside Museum, Glasgow. Despite publicity surrounding the 50th Anniversary of the city's last trolleybus, little was in evidence inside at Riverside and entry to the vehicle was not permitted.
Photo taken Saturday 27 May 2017, Riverside Museum, Glasgow
150. FYS988
Rear view of Glasgow TBS13, FYS988, a BUT RETB1 with Burlingham B50F body.
Photo taken Sunday 13 August 2017, Riverside Museum, Glasgow
151. FYS994
Glasgow TBS19, FYS994, seen at Paisley Road Toll was a Burlingham B50F bodied B.U.T. RETB1.
Photo taken Monday 11 April 1960, Admiral Street
152. FYS995
Glasgow's batch of ten Leyland-built BUT RETB1s with Burlingham B50F bodies were groundbreakers. Special dispensation was granted by the MoT for these 34'6" long vehicles which were 4'6" longer than that permitted at the time. They spent their entire working life on service 108, the final trolleybus service to be introduced in the city on 15 November 1958. In this poor photograph TBS20, FYS995, stands at Mount Florida, a terminus with three official names, being also known as Ballogie Road and Hampden Park. Delivered on 14 November 1958, she entered service on 1 December and was withdrawn on 3 March 1967.
Photo taken c.1966, Ballogie Road, Mount Florida
153. FYS996
Much has been said recently on the welcome appearance of Glasgow TBS13 in the Riverside Museum. Here is the one that got away. TBS21, FYS996, a BUT RETB1 with Burlingham B50F bodywork built in 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 28 July 1985, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum