SCT '61 Photo Index
Daimler Fleetline
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1. 7000HP
The first Daimler Fleetline 7000HP which started life as a demonstrator in Birmingham City livery. After visiting Blue Bus early in its career, it was eventually bought by BBS in 1966, though it seems to have not had a very good reputation for reliability.
Photo taken c.1972, Derby Bus Station
2. 1UDH
Walsall's first Daimler Fleetline, 1 1UDH was unusual in that it had no front overhang.
Photo taken 1972, Walsall Bus Station
3. 4559VC
Daimler Fleetline demonstrator 4559VC, on trial with Southend Corporation on route 7
Photo taken December 1963, Victoria Avenue, Southend
4. 4594NE
Manchester Corporation 4594, 4594NE, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F body new in 1962
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Manchester Piccadilly
5. 561TD
Lancashire United Transport 97, 561TD, a 1962 Daimler Fleetline bodied by Northern Counties
Photo taken Sept 1997, Deepdale Rd Preston, outside Preston Bus Depot
6. 561TD
Lancashire United 97, 561TD, a 1962 Daimler Fleetline/Northern Counties H43/33F, with half of LUT's first batch of Fleetlines, seen here having brought children to the annual Davenport Theatre pantomime.
Photo taken Saturday 5 January 1974, Davenport Theatre, Stockport
7. 562TD
Lancashire United 98, 562TD, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX-30 built in 1962 with Northern Counties H43/33F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1970, Warrington Arpley Bus Station
8. 565TD
LUT 101, 565TD, one of the trial batch of 6 Daimler Fleetline/NCME H76F that LUT took in 1962. It is admiring its reflection on the 51 Leigh to Warrington route - still 2 manned, the front dash proving a convenient place to rest the rear of the conductor.
Photo taken Southworth Road, Newton-le-Willows
9. 952BWB
Sheffield 952, 952BWB, one of three Daimler Fleetlines CRG6LX with Weymann H44/33F bodies bought in 1962.
Photo taken 1971, Sheffield
10. PDC112
Middlesbrough Corporation 112, PDC112, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1962 with Northern Counties H41/29F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1968, Wood Street, Middlesbrough
11. PDC114
Teesside Municipal Transport L414, PDC114, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX from 1962 with Northern Counties H41/29F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1971, Middlesbrough Exchange
12. 333GON
West Midlands PTE 3333, 333GON, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1963 with Metro-Cammell H43/33F bodywork. This had been new to Birmingham.
Photo taken April 1977, Bull Street, Birmingham
13. 5254HA
Midland Red 5254, 5254HA, was a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Alexander H44/33F body and was seen in Leamington Spa.
Photo taken Sunday 13 October 1974, Leamington Spa
14. 5273HA
Many of us bus enthusiasts who worked for the Midland Red were rather dismayed when, instead of putting the Company's own design D10 into production, they chose instead to go to the Daimler Company in Coventry for the next batch of double deckers. The economics of the situation and the difficulty of retaining sufficient coachbuilding staff at Carlyle Works would have been lost on a teenager like myself at the time. However the DD11 was the 'writing on the wall' for Company vehicle production. Here we see 5273, 5273HA, parked on Birchall Street awaiting its next turn of duty soon after delivery. 5273 was barely two months old at the date of this picture and was a Daimler Fleetline CRG6 with Alexander 77 seat bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 14 July 1963
15. 565VRW
Daimler Fleetline demonstrator 565CRW on trial with Halifax Corporation in summer 1965. It was built in 1963 with an Alexander H44/34F body.
Photo taken August 1965, Mixenden, Halifax
16. 59YKT
Maidstone and District DL59, 59YKT, a Daimler Fleetline with Northern Counties H77F body, new in 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 23 October 1965, Bishops Way, Maidstone
17. 619CCH
Trent 619, 619CCH, was a Northern Counties-bodied Daimler Fleetline from 1963.
Photo taken August 1970, Whatstandwell, Derbyshire
18. 64RTO
64RTO, a Northern Counties bodied Daimler Fleetline in the fleet of Norfolks of Nayland which had been new as Nottingham 64 in 1963
Photo taken High Street, Colchester
19. 77RTO
Nottingham 77, 77RTO, originally had Northern Counties H44/33F bodywork when new in 1963. The Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline was rebodied in December 1975, by Northern Counties as H47/32F, as seen here outside Parliament Street Garage.
Photo taken Saturday 3 April 1976, Parliament Street Garage, Nottingham
20. 78RTO
Primrose Valley 78RTO, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1963 with Northern Counties H44/33F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1976, Primrose Valley Garage, near Filey
21. 82RTO
Nottingham 82, 82RTO, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX-30 built in 1963 with Northern Counties H44/33F bodywork.
Photo taken October 1971, Broad Marsh bus station, Nottingham
22. 961XVT
Potteries MT L961, 961XVT, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX of 1963 with Northern Counties 40 up, 33 down front entrance bodywork.
Photo taken November 1968, Newcastle-under-Lyme Bus Station
23. 963EVT
PMT were early Atlantean users but switched to Daimler Fleetlines when these were available. One of the first batch with Northern Counties bodywork L963, 963EVT, of 1963 heads for Newcastle Under Lyne.
Photo taken 1976, Ironmarket, Newcastle under Lyme
24. 9961SF
9961SF, a Daimler Fleetline with Alexander H75F body, was Baxter's of Airdrie 79 and became S.O.L. DD 961 when Baxter was incorporated into the main fleet. By 1980, the Scottish Bus Group were carrying out their "Scotmap" surveys and DD961 was relegated to this duty. It is parked adjacent to the Eastern Scottish offices which contained an enquiry office at St Andrew's Square Bus Station in Edinburgh
Photo taken Saturday 21 June 1980, St Andrew's Square Bus Station, Edinburgh
25. 9DER
Taken in the last week of operation at Burwell & District, this view shows the office/house as well as Daimler Fleetline 9DER. The BP sign on the wall is a clue that a filling station is masked by the bus. 9DER was new in August 1963 with a Willowbrook H42/31F body.
Photo taken 1979, Burwell
26. GXS621
Grahams Bus Service 60, GXS621 a Daimler Fleetline with Alexander H44/33F body, new in 1963.
27. HEX252
Rear view of Great Yarmouth 52, HEX252, one of four Daimler Fleetlines with Roe H43/33F bodies delivered in 1963
Photo taken Tuesday 30 June 1964, Sea Front, Great Yarmouth
28. HEX253
Great Yarmouth 53, HEX253, a Daimer Fleetline CRG6LX with Roe H43/33F body, one of a batch of 4 new in 1963
Photo taken Thursday 10 June 1965, Great Yarmouth
29. HEX254
Four Daimler CRG6LX Fleetlines with Roe H43/33F bodies were purchased in 1963 and 54, HEX254, the last one is seen outside the garage.
Photo taken Sunday 11 October 1964, Great Yarmouth Garage
30. HFT370
East Yorkshire swapped a number of vehicles with the Northern General group fleets in the early years of the NBC. AEC Renowns were dispatched north and a number of Daimler Fleetlines came south. One such was 914, HFT370, a 1963 Weymann bodied example that was originally 270 in the Tynemouth and District fleet. The short lived NBC blue livery is carried
Photo taken 1976, Hull
31. HFT372
East Yorkshire 916, HFT372, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1963 with Metro-Cammell H44/31F bodywork. This had been new as Tynemouth & District 272.
Photo taken March 1975, Hull Ferensway
32. HFT373
Tynemouth & District 273, HFT373, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1963 with Weymann H44/35F bodywork. Waiting in Newcastle on a damp November day together with United 278EHN. a 1958 Bristol LS/ECW combination.
Photo taken November 1969, Haymarket Bus Station, Newcastle
33. HFT373
In an exchange involving a batch of six AEC Renowns, East Yorkshire purchased 20 former Tynemouth Daimler Fleetlines of varying vintages in 1972. Ten were the 1963 Metro-Cammell bodied batch formerly Tynemouth 266-275, HFT366-375 which became East Yorkshire 910-919. Needed to speed up OMO conversions, East Yorkshire 917 HFT373 is seen on the parking ground at the rear of Ferensway bus station, Hull with a selection of East Yorkshire and Hull Corporation vehicles visible in the background.
Photo taken Sunday 16 April 1978, Bus park, Ferensway, Hull
34. RDC120
Teesside Municipal Transport A53, RDC120, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX from 1963 but rebodied by Northern Counties in 1970 after suffering extensive fire damage the previous December.
Photo taken November 1970, Middlesbrough Exchange
35. RDC124
A rear view of Middlesbrough 124, RDC124, one of the NCME H41/29F bodied Daimler CRG6LX Fleetlines.
Photo taken Friday 22 May 1964, Middlesbrough
36. UGR258
Sunderland Corporation 258, UGR258, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX-30 built in 1963 with Roe H44/33F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1972, Camden St., Low Southwick, Sunderland
37. VHS501
Amongst the earliest Fleetlines delivered in Scotland was VHS501 of 1963 with NCME H43/33F bodywork for McGill's Bus Service, Barrhead.
Photo taken 1970s, County Square, Paisley
38. YJA10
North Western Road Car Co. Ltd. Fleetline no. 10, YJA10 of 1963.
Photo taken Spring 1966, Moss Rose, Macclesfield
39. 101LNW
Leeds City Transport 101, 101LNW the 1964 Commercial Motor Show exhibit. This bus was the first LCT double decker with a wrap round windscreen and forced ventilation.
Photo taken early 1974, Corn Exchange, Leeds
40. 102LNW
Leeds City Transport 102, 102LNW, a 1964 Daimler Fleetline with Roe bodywork, part of the original batch of rear engined buses for Leeds.
Photo taken May 1976, Halifax
41. 104LNW
Leeds 104, 104LNW, a Daimler Fleetline with Roe H70F body, new in 1964
Photo taken Monday 9 August 1965, Wellington Street, Leeds
42. 108LNW
Leeds first Fleetlines came in 1964 and carried Roe bodywork. 108, 108LNW, is seen in later years wearing PTE Metrobus livery with alongside one of Leeds final batch of AEC Swifts again with Roe bodywork, 1051 AUB451J, dating from 1971
Photo taken Friday 16 March 1979, Leeds bus station
43. 5001VT
Potteries MT L1001, 5001VT, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX of 1964 with Alexander D H39/33F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1968, Newcastle under Lyme PMT garage
44. 5006VT
PMT L1006, 5006VT, Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Alexander H41/31F bodywork dating from 1964.
Photo taken September 1976, Longton Bus Station, Stoke on Trent
45. 703FZ
Citybus 2703, 703FZ, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1964 with MH Cars H44/31F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1979, Upper Queen Street, Belfast
46. ADH119B
Walsall 19, ADH119B, was one of their unusual forward entrance Northern Counties-bodied Daimler Fleetlines built to a Walsall Corporation design. Many were later retrofitted as dual-door (with a true front entrance).
Photo taken 1964, Earls Court
47. ADH120B
West Midlands PTE 20L, ADH120B, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LW (27') built in 1964 with Northern Counties H41/29D bodywork. New to Walsall Corporation and with just a front entrance but the same seating.
Photo taken April 1972, Walsall Bus Station
48. AHS16B
McGill's Bus Service (l to r) FHS181K, VKV99 and AHS16B lined up at the depot.
Photo taken c.1973, McGill's depot, Muriel Street, Barrhead
49. ALJ341B
ALJ341B, Daimler CRG6LX, Bournemouth Corporation 41 with M. H. Coachworks H77F body built 1964, apparently originally part of an order for Belfast. The trolleybus overhead is reflected on the bus windows but by August, the trolleys had been withdrawn a few weeks before.
Photo taken August 1969, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth
50. ANA679B
Manchester 4679, ANA679B, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with MCCW H43/33F body, new in 1964, seen in the rain in August 1965 - note the waiting mother and daughter
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Manchester Piccadilly
51. AWB982B
Sheffield 982, AWB982B, a 1964 Daimler Fleetline with Park Royal bodywork. Alongside is a Sheffield Transport Leyland Leopard with Alexander body.
Photo taken 1973, Pond Street Bus Station Sheffield
52. TEN118
Bury 118, TEN118, the second of a batch of fifteen Alexander H43/31F bodied Daimler CRG6LX Fleetlines new in 1964 seen in Howell Croft bus station in Bolton.
Photo taken Friday 6 August 1965, Howell Croft bus station, Bolton
53. AVT249C
Proctor of Hanley AVT249C, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX from 1965 with Alexander D H42/34F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1978, Chester
54. BCS994C
Western S.M.T. 2011, BCS994C, seen in Paisley was an Alexander 'D' type H44/31F bodied Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline new in 1965.
Photo taken Saturday 31 July 1965, Paisley
55. BDH428C
West Midlands PTE Ex Walsall 28L, BDH428C, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LW with Northern Counties H41/29F body displays some of the characteristics that made Walsall buses instantly recognisable! At rest at the bus station.
Photo taken Tuesday 27 August 1974, Walsall Bus Station
56. BED734C
Warrington switched from Leyland Titans to Daimler Fleetlines in the sixties. Seen here on a grey day in Warrington is 27, BED734C, a 1965 example with East Lancs bodywork.
Photo taken Thursday 24 October 1974, Warrington
57. BXG753C
New in September 1965 as Middlesbrough 53, BXG753C, was a Daimler CRG6LW Fleetline with a Northern Counties H41/29F body seen at Ormesby. It had passed to Teesside Municipal Transport on its formation on 1st April 1968.
Photo taken Wednesday 31 July 1968, Smeaton Street, North Ormesby
58. BXG756C
Middlesbrough 56, BXG756C, Daimler Fleetline CRG6LW with Northern Counties H41/29F body, new in 1965
Photo taken May 1966, Middlesbrough
59. CHS772C
Fleetline varieties: McGill's Bus Service (l to r) AHS16B, VHS501 and CHS722C, all in typically immaculate condition, await their next duties.
Photo taken c.1973, McGill's depot, Muriel Street, Barrhead
60. CRU180C
Bournemouth Corporation Daimler Fleetline open topper 180, CRU180C, new in 1965.
Photo taken c.1992, Mallard Road Depot, Bournemouth
61. CRU181C
Bournemouth CRU181C, a Daimler CRG6 Fleetline with a Weymann CO43/31F body, is seen in Kingston Road, Ewell at the junction of Stoneleigh Park Road on its way to Epsom Downs for the Derby Meeting.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 May 1968, Kingston Road, Ewell
62. CRU192C
Bournemouth 192, CRU192C, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Weymann H43/31F body, new in August 1965.
Photo taken April 1969, Bournemouth
63. CRU193C
In the mid 1970s, as well as purchasing second hand vehicles, London Country hired from a number of other companies (the hire of Southend PD3s is well known). Also among the hires were a number of Bournemouth Fleetlines. Here Bournemouth 193, CRU193C, stands in West Croydon Bus Station on route 470 to Dorking.
Photo taken 1974, West Croydon Bus Station
64. CUV53C
Ex-London Country XF3, CUV53C, one of 8 Daimler Fleetlines with Park Royal H41/31F bodies, bought in 1965 (along with 50 Atlanteans, the XA class) as a trial by London Transport of front-entrance/rear-engine bus operation.
Photo taken Sunday 20 July 2003, Watercress Line Rally, Alton
65. DDB170C
North Western 170, DDB170C, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Alexander H44/31F body which had entered service a few weeks before this picture was taken in August 1965
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1965, Manchester Piccadilly
66. DDB171C
GMT 4171, DDB171C, a 1965 Alexander bodied Daimler Fleetline, ex-North Western 171. One of several ex-NW Fleetlines transferred to Birchfields Rd, presumably as part of a plan to spread buses unsuitable for OMO (like this one) between depots.
Photo taken Saturday 26 February 1977, Mersey Square, Stockport
67. DDB172C
North Western Road Car Co. Ltd. Daimler Fleetline/Alexander fleet no. 172, DDB172C, new in 1965.
Photo taken Summer 1965, M6 Motorway near Morecambe
68. DDB174C
Preserved North Western 174, DDB174C, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Alexander H44/31F body
Photo taken May 1998, Manchester Museum of Transport
69. DDB175C
Daimler Fleetline DDB175C with Walwyns of Maidenhead, originally North Western 175 new in 1965 with an Alexander H44/31F body.
Photo taken 1980, Walwyns Garage, Maidenhead
70. DDB175C
Rear view of Walwyns Daimler Fleetline DDB175C, originally North Western 175.
Photo taken 1980, Walwyns Garage, Maidenhead
71. DDB186C
North Western bought a number of Daimlers in the early part of the 1960's, the first since 1927. The picture shows 186, DDB186C, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Alexander body working out of Stockport Depot.
Photo taken Friday 9 September 1966, Wellington Road South, Stockport
72. DEB484C
Burwell & District DEB484C was a Daimler CRG6LX with Willowbrook H44/32F bodywork which was new in November 1965.
Photo taken c.1978, Cambridge, Drummer Street Bus Station
73. DVA680C
Baxter (Scottish Omnibuses) 80, DVA680C, was a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with Alexander 'D' type H44/31F body seen in Airdrie passing the bus station. It had been intended to be Western S.M.T. 2012 but was diverted to Baxter's fleet to replace 9961SF, a Fleetline which had been burnt out in May 1965.
Photo taken Saturday 31 July 1965, Graham Street, Airdrie
74. EDH944C
Walsall short Fleetline 44, EDH944C, on route 865 to Dudley.
Photo taken Station Road, Stafford
75. GTU114C
SHMD bought their first rear engined buses in 1965, 14 GTU114C is a Daimler Fleetline with Northern Counties bodywork.
Photo taken 1975, Manchester
76. BHD222C
Yorkshire Woollen District 132 (originally 982), BHD222C, was a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with an Alexander H41/31F body, entering service early in 1966.
Photo taken 1967, Vicarage Road, Dewsbury
77. BHD222C
There were three routes into Mixenden but probably the most attractive was along Mill Lane with the valley of the Hebble brook behind. At this time this road was served by the 11 and 13 making a loop in each direction through Mixenden. Seen here working a 13 out of Mixenden to Illingworth and back to Halifax is the solitary Alexander-bodied Daimler Fleetline, BHD222C.
Photo taken Saturday 26 June 1976, Mill Lane, Mixenden
78. CKV22D
Coventry City Transport were keen buyers of locally built Daimler chassis although their first rear engined buses were Leyland Atlanteans. Subsequent deliveries reverted to Daimler however. Seen here in Pool Meadow bus station is 22, CKV22D, a 1966 Daimler Fleetline with Neepsend bodywork. West Midlands PTE fleetnames are carried.
Photo taken 1975, Coventry Bus Station
79. CYJ838D
Tayside Regional Council 38, CYJ838D, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1966 with Alexander J H44/34F bodywork. This had been new to Dundee Corporation.
Photo taken July 1977, Dundee
80. DGR80D
Sunderland 280, DGR80D, a 1966 Daimler Fleetline with Sunderland designed Roe bodywork. The bus carries Tyne and Wear PTE livery
Photo taken 1974, Sunderland bus station
81. DJX351D
Hebble 625, DJX351D, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Northern Counties H44/31F body, new in 1966 and the only rear-engined bus bought new by Hebble. It was originally numbered 351.
Photo taken early 1971, Shelf
82. DJX351D
Calderdale 294. DJX351D, a Daimler Fleetline/Northern Counties H33/41F new to Hebble in 1966 as fleet number 351.
Photo taken summer of 1972, leaving the old Crossfield bus station, Halifax
83. DJX351D
Hebble 351, DJX351D, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Northern Counties H44/31F body, new in 1966 and the only rear-engined bus bought new by Hebble.
Photo taken Queensbury
84. ECP680D
New to Halifax, ECP680D, numbered 100, was a Northern Counties H43/32F bodied Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline and is seen here at the Cow Green/Bull Green roundabout heading for King Cross Street.
Photo taken Monday 17 April 1972, Halifax
85. ECP685D
Halifax Corporation 105, ECP685D, Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with NCME H43/32F body, brand new when this photo was taken
Photo taken September 1966, Wainstalls, Halifax
86. ECP685D
Halifax Daimler Fleetline, No.105, ECP685D at Wainstalls on a damp dreary day in early September 1966 during its first few days in service. I cannot recall who the chap is next to the bus, but assume an official of HPTD. Does anyone recognise him?
Photo taken early September 1966, Wainstalls Halifax
87. EEE310D
Grimsby-Cleethorpes 68, EEE310D, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6 with Willowbrook body, new in 1966.
Photo taken Tuesday 15 September 1970, Cleethorpes
88. EXG462D
Middlesbrough Corporation 62, EXG462D, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6 from 1966 with Northern Counties H41/29F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1967, Middlesbrough, opposite The Exchange.
89. FJA196D
Delivered to North Western as their 194, FJA196D, this 1966 Daimler Fleetline with Alexander body is seen when in the Crosville fleet, DDG306, after North Western was split up in 1972.
Photo taken 1976, Northwich
90. FUB123D
Leeds City Transport 1966 Daimler Fleetline 123, FUB123D, with Roe bodywork, withdrawn in 1976.
Photo taken 1973, Central Bus Station Leeds
91. GEE418D
Grimsby and Cleethorpes 35, GEE418D, a 1966 Daimler Fleetline with Willowbrook single-deck bodywork
Photo taken September 2005, Sheffield
92. GHA394D
Midland Red 5994, GHA394D, was a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with an Alexander H44/33F body built in 1966.
Photo taken Saturday 28 October 1967, Pool Meadow, Coventry
93. GHA403D
Midland Red 6003, GHA403D, a Class D12 Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1966 with Alexander A H44/33F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1977, Bridgnorth
94. HNW131D
Leeds City Transport 131, HNW131D, a 1966 Daimler Fleetline with Roe 78 seat body. This bus was exhibited at the 1966 Earls Court Commercial Motor Show hence the gold lining out, long a feature on Leeds buses shown at Earls Court.
Photo taken 1993, Bradford, Ludlam Street
95. HNW131D
Leeds City Transport 131, HNW131D, a 1966 Damler Fleetline CRG6LX with a Roe H45/33F body at York Street in Leeds during the Leeds Vintage Bus Running Day on August 31st 2014. The bus was exhibited at the 1966 Commercial Motor Show & has the gold lining added to the livery of Leeds show exhibits
Photo taken Sunday 31 August 2014, York Street, Leeds
96. HRC484D
Trent 484, HRC484D, a 1966 Daimler Fleetline with Alexander body. Seen awaiting to depart for Nottingham from Chesterfield's Beetwell Street bus station
Photo taken Thursday 27 April 1972, Chesterfield
97. HRC489D
Seen in Derby Bus Station, Trent HRC489D was fleet number 489 and carried Alexander ‘A’ style H44/33F bodywork on its Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX chassis.
Photo taken Sunday 4 September 1966, Derby Bus Station
98. JHS575D
McGill's Bus Service JHS575D, a Daimler CRG6LX with Alexander H44/34F bodywork which entered service in November 1966. It was withdrawn by January 1984 but retained out of use until October 1986 when it went for scrap.
Photo taken early 1970s, McGill's depot, Muriel Street, Barrhead
99. KRC177D
Roe H44/34F bodywork was carried by Derby 177, KRC177D, a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline new in 1966.
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 1971, Derby
100. KRC179D
Derby 8179, KRC179D, originally number 179 in the fleet, was in use promoting the Photofare scheme when caught near the Market Hall in Derby. It was a Roe bodied Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline and was H44/34F when in normal service.
Photo taken Wednesday 2 September 1981, Derby
101. BRF733E
Leon of Finningley 91, BRF733E, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1967 with Northern Counties H44/33F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1982, Doncaster
102. BRF733E
Turner of Brown Edge 9 BRF733E, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1967 with Northern Counties H44/33F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1968, Hanley Bus Station
103. DFT290E
East Yorkshire 907, DFT290E, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1967 with Alexander A H44/31F bodywork. This had been new as Tynemouth & District 290.
Photo taken March 1975, Hull
104. FJX508E
Calderdale 108, FJX508E, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX / Willowbrook B45F, new to Halifax Corporation "A" Fleet in June 1967.
Photo taken summer of 1972, leaving the old Crossfield bus station, Halifax
105. FKY273E
Bradford 273, FKY273E, a Metro-Cammell H43/31F bodied Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX, new in 1967.
Photo taken 1972, Forster Square, Bradford
106. FKY275E
Bradford 275, FKY275E, Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with MCW H43/31F body, new in March 1967
Photo taken 1973, Bradford Shipley Glen (outside Salts Mill)
107. FKY281E
Bradford 281, FKY281E, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1967 with MCW H43/31F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1968, Bradford
108. FXG872E
Teesside Municipal Transport L472, FXG872E, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LW from 1967 with Northern Counties H41/29F bodywork.
Photo taken October 1970, Wood Street, Middlesbrough
109. GJX317F
Halifax 97, GJX317F, a 1967 Daimler Fleetlne with Northern Counties bodywork looks a little care worn as it stands in the bus park at Crossfield bus station in the early seventies.
Photo taken Friday 21 April 1972, Halifax Bus Station
110. GJX318F
Halifax No.98, GJX318F, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Northern Counties H43/31F body new in 1967
Photo taken Saturday 2 December 1967, Clough Lane, Mixenden, Halifax
111. HWG516E
Alexander Midland MRF17, HWG516E, a 1967 Daimler Fleetline/Alexander.
Photo taken Glasgow
112. ID6708
CARRIS, Lisbon 818, ID-67-08, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LXB with CCFL H45/34F body, new in August 1967, withdrawn in October 1991 and sold in 1992. Seen in Central Lisbon wearing the later Linhe Verde (Green Line) livery for use on the Airport Service.
Photo taken Summer 1987, Praça Dom Pedro IV, Lisbon
113. JKG488F
City of Cardiff 488, JKG488F, a Daimler Fleetline with Metro-Cammell H42/33F body, new in late 1967.
Photo taken c. Oct 1971, Cardiff
114. KEA108E
West Midlands 108H, KEA108E, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1967 with Metro-Cammell H42/31F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1977, Dudley
115. KVH473E
Huddersfield Corporation 473, KVH473E, a 1967 Daimler Fleetline with Roe body.
Photo taken 1994, Ludlam Street, Bradford
116. KVH473E
Huddersfield Corporation 473, KVH473E, is a preserved Daimler Fleetline with Roe body dating from 1967. It is seen at the ill-fated and short-lived Transperience Museum in Bradford which had high hopes of being the finest and most comprehensive transport museum in the UK, complete with working trams and trolleybuses. Sadly, it was a victim of misguided optimism and a lack of long-term funding.
Photo taken Saturday 29 March 1997, Transperience Museum, Bradford
117. KVH473E
Huddersfield 473, KVH473E, a Roe bodied Daimler Fleetline of 1967 delivered as a trolleybus replacement vehicle. Seen here after restoration by members of the West Yorkshire Transport Museum Society on the bus park at Ludlam Street depot, Bradford, the WYTM home at that time.
Photo taken October 1984, Ludlam Street (WYTM depot) Bradford
118. KVH473E
Huddersfield's first Daimler Fleetlines date from 1967, Roe bodied examples used to close the trolleybus system. This rear view of 473, KVH473E, shows off its rounded dome at the Keighley Bus Museum open day.
Photo taken Sunday 8 June 2014, Keighley Bus Museum
119. KVH475E
Huddersfield 475, KVH475E, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1967 with Roe H44/31F bodywork.
Photo taken October 1970, Huddersfield
120. KWG368F
Alexander Midland Daimler Fleetline MRF38, KWG368F, a 1967 Daimler Fleetline with Alexander body, seen here in service with Bryn Mellin Motor Services of Llangollen.
Photo taken June 1986, Llangollen
121. KWG375F
Alexander Midland switched from Leyland to Daimler for their rear engined purchases. Seen in Glasgow at the old Buchanan Street bus park is MRF45, KWG375F, a 1967 Alexander bodied example.
Photo taken near Buchanan Street Bus Station, Glasgow
122. KWK28F
Coventry 28, KWK28F, was a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with Eastern Coachworks H45/27D body seen at Pool Meadow.
Photo taken Sunday 14 June 1970, Pool Meadow, Coventry
123. LD5904
Following their AEC Regents, Lisbon switched to Daimler Fleetlines with locally built bodywork that owed a good deal to their AEC predecessors. Most were delivered in the period from 1967 to 1969. Seen after withdrawal, LD-59-04 was in use as a publicity vehicle for a night club when seen in Ferreria on the Algarve
Photo taken Friday 12 June 1998, Ferreria, Portugal
124. LHA265F
Midland Red had two depots and a considerable presence in Leicester. Seen in the old St Margarets bus station are 6125, LHA625F, a 1967 Daimler Fleetline with Alexander body and 827, EON827V, a 1980 Leyland National.
Photo taken Friday 19 September 1980, St Margarets Bus Station, Leicester
125. LHA615F
Bristol Omnibus 8606, LHA615F a 1967 Daimler Fleetline/Alexander. A former Midland Red vehicle converted to open top by Bristol Omnibus.
Photo taken Tuesday 7 July 1981, Weston-super-Mare
126. LUA135F
Leeds 135, LUA135F, a Daimler Fleetline with Roe H45/33F body which entered service in September 1967. One of a batch of 14 (132-145) which followed the 1966 Commercial Motor Show exhibit (131) and a forerunner to the later 2 door jumbos.
Photo taken c.1968, York Road, Leeds, near the junction with Harehills Lane
127. LUA137F
Following the solitary 33ft Fleetline exhibited at the 1966 Commercial Motor Show, a production batch of 14 were delivered to Leeds in 1967. Originally 137, LUA137F, a Daimler Fleetline with Roe bodywork is seen at the very end of its career working for Yorkshire Rider as a driver trainer and tree lopper.
Photo taken 1989, Bramley depot
128. LUA138F
Delivered to Leeds in 1967 was this Daimler Fleetline with 33 foot Roe bodywork with panoramic windows, a concept pioneered by Leeds and Edinburgh. Originally 138, LUA138F in the passenger fleet, in 1978 it became a training vehicle and was renumbered 27.
Photo taken 1981, Kirkstall Road Works, Leeds
129. MRC504E
Trent 504, MRC504E, a 1967 Daimler Fleetline with Alexander body, waits to leave Uttoxeter for Derby
Photo taken 1977, Uttoxeter
130. MTO133F
Nottingham 133, MTO133F, a 1967 Daimler Fleetline with Northern Counties bodywork to Nottingham's own specification is seen after sale to Edwards of Horsforth near Leeds
Photo taken Thursday 28 October 1982, Oldfield Lane Leeds
131. NCH191E
Derby Corporation 191, NCH191E, a 1967 Daimler Fleetline with Roe body
Photo taken 1978, Derby Bus Station
132. NCH195E
Derby 195, NCH195E, was a Roe H44/34F bodied Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline.
Photo taken Saturday 28 August 1976
133. NEA101F
West Bromwich 101, NEA101F, was used as a demonstrator when new, Southend being among the operators it visited. It carried a non standard white and blue livery and still had this when photographed in West Bromwich early in WMPTE days.
Photo taken West Bromwich
134. RDH97F
West Midlands PTE 97L, RDH97F, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX-27 built in 1967/8 with Northern Counties H41/29D bodywork. This had been new to Walsall Corporation.
Photo taken April 1977, Walsall
135. RDT428F
Doncaster Corporation Transport 208, RDT428F, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Roe H44/34F bodywork new in 1967. It became 1208 in the SYPTE fleet in 1974.
Photo taken c 1973, King Avenue, New Rossington
136. EFT695F
Tynemouth & District 295, EFT695F, aDaimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1968 with Alexander A H44/33F bodywork. Taken before setting out on route 5 to Whitley Bay St Mary's Island. Next to it is a United Bristol LS/ECW SHN771 from 1954.
Photo taken October 1969, Haymarket Bus Station, Newcastle
137. GYJ488G
Dundee 288, GYJ488G, was a Daimler CRG6LX with Alexander H44/34F bodywork which had been new in 1968.
Photo taken c.1973, Balgowan Avenue, Kirkton, Dundee
138. JJX596G
Halifax Northern Counties bodied Fleetline 96, JJX596G, new in 1968 and the bus looks new in the photo so think it must have been taken late 1968 or early 1969.
Photo taken 1968/69, Halifax
139. JKG505F
Cardiff 505, JKG505F, a Daimler Fleetline with Park Royal H42/33F body, new in Jan/Feb 1968.
Photo taken c. Oct 1971, Cardiff Bus Station
140. LAK323G
Bradford 2323, LAK323G, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1968 with Alexander J H43/31F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, Albion Road/Thorp Garth, Idle
141. LAK326G
Bradford No.326 outside the transport offices in Bolton Road. Note that the trolley wires have gone. 326, LAK326G, was a Daimler Fleetline with Alexander body new in 1968.
Photo taken September 1971, Bolton Road, Bradford
142. LAK327G
Bradford 327, LAK327G, at The Avenue terminus Clayton. Route no.36 is the motorbus service introduced the previous year running via Bradford Road and resulting in trolleybus working ceasing beyond Town End
Photo taken summer 1971, The Avenue, Clayton, Bradford
143. LAK328G
Bradford 328, LAK328G, a 1968 Daimler Fleetline with Alexander bodywork waits for time in Leeds bus station.
Photo taken 1970, Leeds Bus Station
144. LAK332G
Bradford 332, LAK332G, a Daimler Fleetline with Alexander body seen in Leeds Bus Station on the long established 72 route to its home city.
Photo taken c.1970, Leeds Bus Station
145. MAT826F
East Yorkshire 826, MAT826F, a 1968 Park Royal bodied Daimler Fleetline, one of East Yorkshire's first batch of rear engined deckers.
Photo taken 1971, Ferensway Bus Station, Hull
146. MHL181F
West Riding 1968 Roe H43/33F bodied Daimler Fleetline CRG6LXB 181, MHL181F, on Northgate, Wakefield when almost brand new.
Photo taken 1968, Northgate, Wakefield
147. MHL190F
West Riding switched from Atlanteans to Daimler Fleetlines from 1968. Delivered as 190, MHL190F, was this Roe bodied example.
Photo taken Sunday 14 November 1976, Leeds bus station
148. MHL304F
West Riding 639, MHL304F, a Daimler CRG6LX with Roe H43/33F bodywork sets off from Doncaster for Pontefract. This vehicle was new in April 1968, one of a batch of 30 received that year, and was originally numbered 204; it was renumbered in 1971.
Photo taken c.1973, Doncaster, Northern Bus Station
149. NKH857F
East Yorkshire 857, NKH857F, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1968 with Park Royal H39/29F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1972, Bridlington bus station
150. PUB151G
151, PUB151G, was one of Leeds first one man operated double deckers, dating from 1968 with bodies designed by the Leeds manager, Tom Lord. It was withdrawn in 1981 by WYPTE whose Metrobus livery is carried here.
Photo taken March 1981, Vicar Lane, Leeds
151. PUB156G
The first one man double deck route in Leeds was the 49 Old Farnley to Hyde Park and the first journey was worked by 156, PUB156G, a 1968 Daimler Fleetline with dual door Roe body, seen here at the Hyde Park terminus after working the first journey.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1969, Hyde Park Leeds
152. PUB157G
Leeds City Transport 157, PUB157G, was a Daimler Fleetline with a Roe H45/33D body dating from 1968.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1969, Old Farnley
153. RFN953G
East Kent Daimler Fleetline RFN953G left the work to its older brethren and remained parked at the rally site.
Photo taken Saturday 6 April 2013, South East Bus Festival, Kent Showground at Detling
154. UCH216G
Derby 216, UCH216G, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1968 with Roe H44/34F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1974, Derby Bus Station
155. VHN532G
Darlington Corporation 32, VHN532G, a Daimler Fleetline SRG6LW built in 1968 with Roe B43D+18 bodywork, parked in Darlington Market Place on a quiet Sunday morning.
Photo taken October 1970, Market Place, Darlington
156. XDH516G
XDH516G Walsall 116, XDH516G, a Daimler Fleetline with Northern Counties body. Built in 1968, 116 was one of the final batch of buses delivered to Walsall Corporation before the WMPTE take-over. The specially shortened chassis was a feature of all Walsall Fleetlines and the body style was peculiar to Walsall and a small batch built for SHMD.
Photo taken Monday 25 April 2011, Wythall Transport Museum
157. XDH56G
Walsall 56. XDH56G. the Daimler CRC6-36 with Cummins V6-200 9.63 litre engine. Originally had automatic gearbox but this was changed to semi-automatic. Body by Northern Counties with 86 seats.
Photo taken Monday 25 April 2011, Wythall Transport Museum
158. XDH56G
Walsall's unique Daimler CRC6-36 with Northern Counties H51/35D bodywork, XDH56G, was ordered in the Spring of 1968 and delivered in the December. It was one of the last buses received by the Corporation as a separate entity as, within ten months, the undertaking would come under the umbrella of the West Midlands PTE.
Photo taken 1969, St Paul's Bus Station, Walsall
159. KFC376H
City Of Oxford Motor Services Daimler Fleetline 376, KFC376G, bodied by Northern Counties (Wigan) and new in 1969.
Photo taken February 1970, Central Oxford
160. KKV54G
Coventry 54, KKV54G, a 1969 East Lancs bodied Daimler Fleetline is seen at Pool Meadow bus station. It is carrying West Midlands PTE livery; to the rear of 54 is a former Midland Red Daimler Fleetline.
Photo taken 1975, Coventry Bus Station
161. KKV57G
East Lancs H45/27D bodywork was carried by Coventry 57, KKV57G, a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline seen at Pool Meadow.
Photo taken Sunday 14 June 1970, Pool Meadow, Coventry
162. LNA259G
Following the initial batch of Mancunians on Leyland Atlantean chassis, Manchester's followed up with a mix of Atlanteans and Daimler Fleetlines with similar bodywork. Seen in Manchester Piccadilly bus station is Fleetline 2059, LNA259G, dating from 1969. It is still in Manchester livery but is devoid of insignia following the advent of the PTE.
Photo taken 1970, Manchester Piccadilly
163. LNA289G
Manchester 2089, LNA289G, a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with a Park Royal H47/28D body was seen in Parker Street bus station in Manchester.
Photo taken Saturday 12 April 1969, Parker Street Bus Station, Manchester
164. MXG233G
Teesside Municipal Transport A33, MXG233G, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LW built in 1969 with Northern Counties H44/27D bodywork.
Photo taken April 1969, Middlesbrough Exchange
165. NNB584H
Selnec 2125, NNB584H, a Daimler CRG6LXB with Park Royal 'Mancunian' H47/28D body was one of forty-four which were new between December 1969 and February 1970. They were all delivered new to SELNEC but in Manchester livery with fleetname and coat-of-arms.
Photo taken Thursday 13 August 1970, Manchester
166. PHL226G
West Riding 661, PHL226G, was a Daimler Fleetline with a Roe body from 1969.
Photo taken 1973, Templegate Green, Whitkirk
167. PHL227G
West Riding 662, PHL227G, was a Daimler Fleetline with a Roe body from 1969, by then sporting the NBC livery.
Photo taken 1973, Templegate Green, Whitkirk
168. PKG533H
Cardiff 533, PKG533H, a Daimler Fleetine with Willowbrook H44/30D body, one of a batch of 25 delivered in late 1969.
Photo taken c. Oct 1971, Cardiff
169. PKG550H
Cardiff Daimler Fleetine 550, PKG550H, with Willowbrook H44/30D body, one of a batch of 25 delivered in late 1969, about 10 of which were used to replace the final Cardiff trolleybuses.
Photo taken c. Oct 1971, Cardiff
170. RAT868G
East Yorkshire 868, RAT868G, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1969 with Park Royal H39/29F bodywork. Parked at Bridlington bus station beneath a display of places served with some West Yorkshire REs and an MW also visible.
Photo taken May 1972, Bridlington Bus Station
171. RAT872G
East Yorkshire 872, RAT872G, was a Daimler CRG6LX with Park Royal H39/29F bodywork, one of a batch of seven delivered in May 1969 which featured the less exaggerated version of the 'Beverley Bar' roof. 872 outlived its sisters by several years, finally being withdrawn in January 1991 and sold in June 1992.
Photo taken c.1969, Hull, Ferensway Coach Station
172. RFN953G
Preserved East Kent RFN953G, Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Park Royal H39/33F body, new in May 1969
Photo taken Saturday 16 February 2008, Hawkhurst, Kent
173. RFN953G
Preserved East Kent RFN953G, a Daimler Fleetline with Park Royal H39/33F body, new in May 1969.
Photo taken Saturday 16 February 2008, turning into the High Street, Hawkhurst, Kent
174. RFN954G
East Kent were one of the last BET companies to opt for rear engined chassis. Seen after conversion to opentop and sale to Guide Friday is RFN954G, a 1969 Park Royal bodied Daimler Fleetline.
Photo taken 1998, Cambridge
175. SOE886H
Citybus, Hong Kong, D7 CC7217, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX-33 built in 1969 with Park Royal H47/33D bodywork.
Photo taken July 1981, Hong Kong
176. TEA115G
West Midlands PTE 115H, TEA115G, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1969 with ECW H45/28F bodywork. New to West Bromwich Corporation.
Photo taken April 1972, West Bromwich Bus Station
177. TEA117G
West Midlands 117H, TEA117G, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1969 with ECW H45/28F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1977, Dudley
178. TRF172G
Turner of Brown Edge 8, TRF172G, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1969 with Northern Counties H44/33F bodywork. Plenty of room upstairs for passengers wishing to go to Brown Edge via Smallthorne and Norton.
Photo taken June 1969, Hanley Bus Station
179. UHA206H
Midland Red bought substantial numbers of Daimler Fleetlines with Alexander bodywork in both single and dual door format. One of the dual door examples is seen here it is 6206, UHA206H, a 1969 example. When photographed it was working a Leicester local service.
Photo taken 1980, Leicester St Margarets Bus Station
180. UHA225H
Midland Red 6225, UHA225H, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LXB with Alexander H45/30D body, new in 1969.
Photo taken in 1977, Southsea for the Spithead Fleet Review
181. UHA225H
Former Midland Red 6225, UHA225H, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LXB with Alexander H45/30 dual entrance body, new in 1969 has been restored in West Midlands livery
Photo taken Sunday 23 March 2014, Shenstone Drive, Aldridge
182. XCH425G
In the then new blue livery, Derby 225, XCH425G, was a 1969 Roe H44/34F bodied Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with an indication that it was crew operated.
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 1971, Derby
183. YYG649G
Felix Motors 49, YYG649G, a Daimler CRG6LX with Roe H44/30D bodywork new in May 1969 is seen loading for Moorends, a service operated jointly with Severn and Premier. 49 passed to SYPTE with the Felix business in April 1976 and was renumbered 1224 by them. Although equipped for OMO, Felix only operated a handful of journeys in this way and 49 has a dual crew, the conductress being just visible beside the driver's cab.
Photo taken c. 1973, Doncaster, Christ Church
184. CRC244J
Ex Midland General Bristol FLF6B, 534VRB, ex Derby Corporation 244, CRC244J a 1970 Roe bodied Daimler Fleetline, another unidentified Fleetline possibly ex GM and another ex Derby Fleetline from the same batch as 244, possibly 246.
Photo taken Saturday 30 August 2003, Butchart Gardens, Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada
185. CRC245J
In the new blue livery Derby 245, CRC245J, a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with Roe H45/29D body was one of fifteen new in 1970.
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 1971, Derby
186. HXS106H
Graham's Bus Service D9, HXS106H, a Daimler CRG6LX with Alexander H43/31F bodywork delivered in January 1970 and originally numbered 86. It was withdrawn in July 1981. Graham's Hawkhead depot can be seen in the background.
Photo taken early 1970s, Hawhead Road, Hawkhead
187. JBF406H
Midland Red 2230, JBF406H, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1970 with Northern Counties H44/33F bodywork, formerly 30 in the fleet of Harper Bros, Heath Hayes.
Photo taken 1977, Delta Way Garage, Cannock
188. JHD334J
Formerly Yorkshire Woollen District 34, JHD334J, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1971 with Alexander J bodywork. A conversion not for the squeamish, this toured the country promoting the WI.
Photo taken June 1984, High Street, Northallerton
189. JHD334J
Ex-Yorkshire Woollen District Fleetline 34, JHD334J, as the United Counties "Roadshop" at Woburn in 1987.
Photo taken 1987, Woburn
190. KTS233H
Dundee Corporation 233, KTS233H, a Daimler Fleetline/ Alexander "W" type body: this batch has already featured on SCT61 in Tayside livery and with the controversial sagging of the bodywork and rebuilding work. At work in the pleasant suburb of Broughty Ferry, 233 is showing signs of a rear end sag, but a near full load is not helping!
Photo taken May 1974, Broughty Ferry
191. LJX402H
Seen at the appropriately named Steep Lane terminus is Halifax is former Calderdale JOC 292, LJX402H, a 1970 Daimler Fleetline with Northern Counties bodywork.
Photo taken Wednesday 12 March 1980, Steep Lane, Halifax
192. MJX12J
Calderdale 92, MJX12J, a Daimler Fleetline/Northern Counties new in 1970.
Photo taken summer of 1972, leaving the old Crossfield bus station, Halifax
193. PKW410J
Bradford 410, PKW410J, Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Alexander H47/29D body, new in August 1970
Photo taken 1973, Bradford Hall Ings
194. PKW410J
Seen in Leeds shortly before the formation of West Yorkshire PTE in 1974 is Bradford 410, PKW410J, a 1970 Daimler Fleetline with a dual door Alexander body.
Photo taken Thursday 14 March 1974, Leeds Bus Station
195. PKW414J
Seen while in use as an exhibition bus by West Yorkshire Police is Bradford 414, PKW414J, a 1970 Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with dual entrance Alexander bodywork. The police "livery" is a similar blue to the one used by Bradford.
Photo taken 1992, Temple Newsam, Leeds
196. PKW418J
Bradford 418, PKW418J, a Daimler Fleetline with Alexander H47/29D body, new in October 1970, and in the higher resolution view, the rear of a dented Halifax PD2 244, PJX244.
Photo taken December 1973, Halifax Commercial Street
197. SOE967H
Osbornes SOE967H, Daimler Fleetline / Park Royal H47/33D, ex-West Midlands, one of a batch of nearly 100 delivered in late 1969, early 1970.
Photo taken October 1980, Colchester Bus Station
198. TCD370J
Crosville bought a number of second hand buses in the late 1970s to assist with the spread of one man operation One such bus was this Northern Counties bodied Daimler Fleetline TCD370J, originally 370 in the Southdown fleet and HDG900 in the Crosville numbering system.
Photo taken 1981, Wrexham bus station
199. TCD374J
Preserved ex-Southdown 374, TCD374J, is a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX30, fitted with a Northern Counties H40/31F body. 374 was new in September 1970 to Worthing depot, and is seen here at the Brighton & Hove 75th aniversary rally.
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 2010, Madeira Drive, Brighton
200. TGM214J
After the end of Lodekka production, Central SMT bought a batch of ECW bodied Daimler Fleetlines but quickly passed them on to Eastern Scottish and Alexander Midland. The former Central D14, TGM214J, is now preserved in Eastern Scottish colours as their DD294.
Photo taken Sunday 24 April 2011, Kirkby Stephen
201. TOB997H
Partridge TOB997H, Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX / Park Royal H47/33D, ex-West Midlands PTE, new in April 1970.
Photo taken 1982, Ipswich
202. UCX132H
Huddersfield 132, UCX132H, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1970 with Roe H45/29D bodywork.
Photo taken October 1970, Huddersfield
203. UNW185H
Leeds City Transport 185, UNW185H, a 1970 Daimler Fleetline CRG6LXB with Roe 78 seat dual door bodywork, seen when a few days into service - the Daimler badge can be clearly seen
Photo taken Saturday 4 April 1970, Central Bus Station Leeds
204. UNW191H
Leeds 191, UNW191H, was a Daimler CRG6LXB with a Roe H45/33D built in 1970.
Photo taken Friday 24 September 1971, Halton Moor
205. UNW400H
Leeds initial dual door buses were Daimler Fleetlines The first of many Leyland Atlantans with dual door bodywork arrived in 1970. 400 UNW400H was a Leyland Atlantean PDR2/1 with Roe bodywork.
Photo taken 1981, Sovereign Street depot, Swingate Leeds
206. VOH20J
Guide Friday VOH20J, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1970 with Northern Counties H45/27D bodywork.
Photo taken October 1984, Stratford-upon-Avon
207. VSN512J
Garelochhead Coach Services 93, VSN512J, was a Daimler CRG6LX with Northern Counties H42/33F bodywork which was new in 1970. It is seen outside the depot.
Photo taken early 1970s, Garelochhead
208. XHE752J
Yorkshire Traction 752, XHE752J, a 1971 Daimler Fleetline with Park Royal body. 752 one of a trio of similar vehicles that YTC received as a result of the ending of the Sheffield-British Rail JOC agreement.
Photo taken 1974
209. YHA276J
Although Midland Red built two prototype successors to the D9, neither went into production. Instead the company bought large numbers of Alexander bodied Daimler Fleetlines. Seen in Nuneaton is 6276, YHA276J, a 1970 dual door example. Loading next to the Fleetline is 348, GJW48N, a 1974 Leyland Leopard PSU3B/2R with Marshall dual purpose 49 seat bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 18 October 1980, Nuneaton Bus Station
210. ATJ273J
Lancs United switched to dual entrance Daimler Fleetlines with Northern Counties in the 1970s. Seen unloading in Bolton bus station is 359, ATJ273J, a 1971 example.
Photo taken April 1973, Bolton bus station
211. ATJ277J
Lancs United developed their own body style for their later Daimler Fleetlines. Seen in Atherton depot are 363, ATJ277J, a Northern Counies dual door example of 1971 and 396, RTJ424L, a 1972 example with similar bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 22 June 1980, Atherton
212. HWJ700J
Appleby operated a variety of chassis and body combinations on their Scarborough sea front service. One of the more unusual vehicles was former Sheffield Daimler Fleetline 700, HWJ700J, a dual entrance example with Park Royal bodywork dating from 1971.
Photo taken 1997, Corner Cafe, Scarborough
213. HWW763J
HWW763J was one of four similar buses ordered by Blue Line and Reliance in 1969 but which, as a result of a backlog at Charles Roe's, weren't delivered until March 1971.
Photo taken c 1973, Blue Line Depot, Wood Lea, Armthorpe
214. JCN902J
Northern 2702, JCN902J, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1971 with Alexander J H44/34F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1971, Bishop Auckland Market Place
215. JCN905J
United AS 721, JCN905J, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1971 with Alexander J H44/34F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1973, Redcar
216. JGU283K
Derby 250, JGU283K, is ex-LT DMS1283 but looks a little different. It has had the front dome and windows replaced by what look like standard Roe parts, perhaps following a too vigorous encounter with overhanging trees (or even a low bridge).
Photo taken Tuesday 21 April 1987
217. JHD332J
Yorkshire Woollen 32, JHD332J, was a newly new Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with an Alexander H44/31F body of 1971. Although the bus is strictly outside the 1960s remit of SCT61, its route number, livery and markings represent an era soon to be lost for ever.
Photo taken Tuesday 27 July 1971, Sovereign Street, Leeds
218. LEO142J
Barrow Corporation 2, LEO142J, a Daimler Fleetline SRG6LX built in 1971 with East Lancashire B49F bodywork.
Photo taken October 1971, Barrow Corporation depot, Hindpool Road
219. PKW429J
Bradford 429, PKW429J, a 1971 Daimler Fleetline with dual door Alexander bodywork waits to return to its home town from Leeds on the joint service via Pudsey
Photo taken Tuesday 23 October 1973, Leeds Bus Station
220. PKW434J
A pair of former West Yorkshire muncipal Daimlers seen in Wakefield in the early 1990s whilst in use as playbuses. Nearest the camera PKW434J, a 1971 Daimler Fleetline with Alexander dual door bodywork new as Bradford's 434.
Photo taken 1996, Wakefield
221. PXA640J
Alexander Fife FRF40, PXA640J, a 1971 Daimler Fleetline with ECW body derived from the standard body for the Bristol VR.
Photo taken August 1972, North Queensferry
222. RNA236J
SELNEC PTE 2236, RNA236J, a 1971 Daimler Fleetline CRG6LXB with Park Royal bodywork to the ground breaking "Mancunian" design.
Photo taken Sunday 14 September 2008, Meadowhall Rally Sheffield
223. RNA236J
SELNEC PTE 2236, RNA236J, a 1971 Daimler Fleetline CRG6LXB with Park Royal bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013, Brislington Rally
224. SXA70K
Alexander Fife Daimler Fleetline with Northern Counties bodywork FRF70, SXA70K, of 1971
Photo taken August 1972, Dunfirmline bus station
225. USF411J
Eastern Scottish DD411A, USF411J, was a Daimler CRG6LX with ECW H43/34F bodywork which was new in April 1971.
Photo taken early 1980s, Edinburgh, St Andrew's Square
226. VXG503J
Cleveland Transit L503, VXG503J, a Daimler Fleetline CRL6 built in 1971 with Northern Counties H43/27D bodywork. This had been new to the short lived Teesside Municipal Transport as their L503.
Photo taken mid 1980s, Middlesbrough Bus Station
227. WJN348J
Southend Fleetline WJN348J was sold on locally in January 1983 for use as the Rochford Leisure bus, serving Clements Hall Leisure Centre. Long gone now, 348 is seen here at a Southend Rally.
Photo taken at a Southend Rally
228. WJN348J
First of a series of shots of ex-Southend Fleetline WJN348J, now in New Zealand.
Photo taken March 2004, Napier, New Zealand
229. WJN348J
Surprisingly, many of Southend's first (J reg.) batch of Fleetlines had second lives after leaving Southend. 348, WJN348J, stayed in the Southend area, being used by Rochford Leisure to provide transport between various community centre.
Photo taken Southend Rally
230. WJN349J
Southend Fleetline 349, WJN349J, outside Leigh Station on a 23a to Eastwood Rise in mid 1984. This is one of the withdrawn vehicles reinstated during the 1984 rail strike.
Photo taken mid 1984, Leigh Station
231. WJN351J
Southend 351, WJN351J, a Daimler Fleetline CRL6 from 1971 with Northern Counties H49/31D bodywork.
Photo taken October 1979, Prebend Row, Darlington
232. WJN352J
Pennine Blue buses 8052, WJN352J, a former Southend Daimler Fleetline seen departing Stockport Bus Station. Pennine Blue were one of many Manchester independent operators and were ultimately taken over by First Potteries.
Photo taken Monday 23 July 1990, Stockport Bus Station
233. WJN353J
Southend 353, WJN353J, a Daimler Fleetline CRL6 from 1971 with Northern Counties H49/31D bodywork on hire to Darlington.
Photo taken October 1979, Tubwell Row, Darlington
234. WJN354J
Former Southend Fleetline WJN354J was 'sold on' in 1983 to the Colchester Playbus Association and is seen here early on a gloomy January morning parked in a country lane on the outskirts of Colchester.
Photo taken January 1992, on the outskirts of Colchester
235. WJN354J
Southend Fleetline 354, WJN354J, and another Fleetline stand outside a very wet Shenfield station on rail replacement duty.
Photo taken Shenfield Station
236. WJN358J
Southend Fleetline 358, WJN358J
Photo taken Southend High Street by Central Station
237. WJN358J
Southend Fleetline 358, WJN358J seen here in this colourful overall advertising livery by Wheatley Taverns, promoting Circus Tavern, which it carried from November 1973 to January 1976.
Photo taken Monday 28 October 1974, SCT Garage, London Road
238. WJN358J
Southend Fleetline 358, WJN358J, heads down Pier Hill on a 7 to Southend Kursaal. It is in fleet livery, prior to receiving an allover advertising livery for Circus Tavern.
Photo taken Southend Pier Hill
239. WJN359J
Southend Fleetline 359, WJN359J, from the first batch of 26 delivered to Southend in 1971, seen at the Blue Boar, Prittlewell in usually harsh weather for South Essex
Photo taken Thursday 13 January 1977, Blue Boar, Prittlewell
240. WJN362J
A rear view of a very new Southend Fleetline 362, WJN362J.
Photo taken 1971, Southend High Street by Central Station
241. WJN362J
As well as PD3s, six Southend Fleetlines were hired to Cardiff City Transport in 1977, including 362, WJN362J.
Photo taken Tuesday 16 August 1977, Cardiff
242. WJN364J
Southend Fleetline 364, WJN364J, on route 66 to Shoebury Common, soon after the bus station opened.
Photo taken Sunday 26 May 1974, Southend Central Bus Station
243. WJN366J
Southend Fleetline - looks like 366, WJN366J - in a scrapyard in Carlton.
Photo taken 1995, Carlton
244. WJN368J
Ex-Southend Fleetline WJN368J with S&M coaches, in the late 1980's once it returned from Oxford... Now this bus is reported alive and well in Auckland, New Zealand as a tourist bus
245. WJN372J
Southend Fleetline 372, WJN372J, looking very new and shiny.
Photo taken 1971, Southend Kursaal
246. WJN372J
A second view of a very new Southend Fleetline 372, WJN372J.
Photo taken 1971, Hockley Spa
247. WJN372J
Former Southend Fleetline 372, WJN372J, converted to open-top in 1980, and seen here later with Applebys.
248. WJN373J
Former Southend Fleetline 373, WJN373J, converted to open-top in 1980, and seen here later with Applebys
249. WJN3??J
Another ex-Southend Fleetline with S&M of Benfleet, but derelict and in use as a store
Photo taken c.1990
250. WKH887J
East Yorkshire 887, WKH887J, a 1971 Daimler Fleetliine with Alexander bodywork rests in Hull alongside a Plaxton bodied Leyland Leopard.
Photo taken 1986, Hull
251. WKH888J
East Yorkshire 888, WKH888J, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1971 with Alexander J H44/31F bodywork.
Photo taken December 1971, Rougier Street, York
252. YAY701J
R.T.I.T.B. 86, YAY701J, a Daimler SRG6LX-36 with a Willowbrook B50F body seen at the R.T.I.T.B. at High Ercall.
Photo taken Sunday 30 September 1973, High Ercall
253. BHL624K
West Riding's last new Daimler Fleetlines were a batch of Northern Counties bodied examples delivered in 1972. 724, BHL624K, catches the winter sun as it waits in Wakefield bus station in 1981
Photo taken Saturday 25 April 1981, Wakefield Bus Station
254. BHL625K
Seen in the old Wakefield bus station is West Riding 725, BHL625K, a 1972 Daimler Fleetline with Northern Counties bodywork, This batch were the last Daimler Fleetlines bought by West Riding who switched to Bristol VRs thereafter.
Photo taken 1982, Wakefield bus station
255. BHL723K
West Riding bought several batches of Daimler Fleetlines prior to moving on to Bristol VRs. The last Fleetlines carried Northern Counties bodywork. Seen here is 723, BHL723K, dating from 1972
Photo taken Friday 14 April 1972, Leeds bus station
256. BXG536K
Teesside Municipal Transport L536, BXG536K, a Daimler Fleetline CRL6-30 built in 1972 with Northern Counties H43/27D bodywork.
Photo taken August 1974, Stockton High Street
257. EVY696L
York Pullman bought a number of Roe bodied Daimler Fleetlines for stage carriage work. The solitary vehicle bought in 1972 was numbered 96 EVY696L.
Photo taken Monday 24 March 1975, Exhibiton Square, York
258. EVY696L
York Pullman 96, EVY696L, was a 1972 Daimler CRG6LX with Roe H44/33F bodywork. It was withdrawn in 1985.
Photo taken c.1973, Stamford Bridge, Church Road
259. GHJ375L
Southend Fleetline 375, GHJ375L at Southend Central Bus Station on a 7 to Shoeburyness Sportsman.
Photo taken early 1980s, Southend Central Bus Station
260. GHJ376L
Southend Fleetline 376, GHJ376L, when fairly new in Southend Central Bus Station on a short working of the 12 to Rochford Town Centre. A Fleetline of the 1971 batch with blue roof stands behind it on the 9.
Photo taken 1970s, Southend Central Bus Station
261. GHJ378L
Southend Fleetline 378, GHJ378L, with Kime of Folkingham
Photo taken c.1991/2, Folkingham
262. GHJ380L
From 1971 onwards, Southend Transport operated special services on Boxing Day, including routes outside their normal area. For a number of years this included an hourly operation to Wickford over part of ENOC's famous 251 route. 380, GHJ380L, waits to leave Central Bus Station on Boxing Day 1974.
Photo taken Thursday 26 December 1974, Southend Central Bus Station
263. GHJ382L
From 1971 onwards, Southend Transport operated special services on Boxing Day, including routes outside their normal area. The most successful by far of the out of area routes was the 400 to Kings Cross, running every two hours over the normally ENOC operated route. It was always operated by the newest double deckers in the fleet, such as 382, GHJ382L, seen here and sometimes required duplication - helped by the absence of any train services from Southend to London on Boxing Day!
Photo taken Sunday 26 December 1976, York Way at Kings Cross, on layover between 400 journeys
264. GHJ384L
Southend 384, GHJ384L, on the infrequent 7A service from Lower Hockley, Dome Caravan Site to Southend.
Photo taken Saturday 19 March 1977, Lower Road, Ashingdon
265. GHJ384L
ex-Southend Fleetline 384, GHJ384L, with Glantawe Coaches of Pontardawe, a Welsh village in the Swansea valley. It was photographed around 1998 providing a free bus service to Clydach market in another village in the valley, but nearer to Swansea.
Photo taken c. 1998
266. GHJ384L
Another of Southend's second (L reg.) batch of Fleetlines, 384, GHJ384L, also with Jubilee of Stevenage, at Stevenage Bus Station on one of their local routes.
Photo taken 1980s, Stevenage Bus Station
267. GHJ385L
One of Southend's second batch of Fleetlines, 385, GHJ385L, went to Filers of Ilfracombe, from the sticker in the blind box, for use on school services. It it here at their depot still in Southend livery apart from the bare patch where an irrelevant advert has presumably been removed.
Photo taken 1980s, Ilfracombe
268. JGF388K
London Transport DMS388, JGF388K, Daimler Fleetline with Park Royal H44/24D body, new in June 1972.
Photo taken 1972, London Whitehall
269. JGF407K
China Motor Bus of Hong Kong XF4, CD4245, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6 built in 1972 with Park Royal H44/29D+26 bodywork.
Photo taken July 1981, Hong Kong
270. JGU283K
Derby 250, JGU283K, a 1972 Daimler Fleetline with MCW body originally DMS1283 in the London Transport fleet. The bus entered Derby service in 1980 when only 8 years old. Prior to its entry into sevice with Derby it was converted to single door layout
Photo taken 1982, Derby
271. LHD306K
The last Daimler Fleetlines bought by Yorkshire Woollen arrived in 1972. They had full height ECW bodywork and were the last double deckers delivered in traditional BET red livery. 696, LHD306K, is seen in a busy Dewsbury bus station when a few weeks old.
Photo taken Thursday 24 August 1972, Dewsbury bus station
272. LHD314K
Yorkshire Woollen dual sourced both Leyland Atlanteans and Daimler Fleetlines in the late sixties and early seventies. Seen here in Leeds is 704, LHD314K, a 1972 Daimler Fleetline with highbridge ECW bodywork.
Photo taken 12 August 1976, Vicar Lane, Leeds
273. NWA257K
Sheffield divided orders between Leyland and Daimler in later years. Seen here is a 1972 Alexander bodied Daimler Fleetline CRG6LXB 257, NWA257K. Sheffield did buy a number of dual door buses but reverted to single entrance fairly quickly. The bus carries the livery of Finch of Wigan its last owner.
Photo taken September 1999, Meadowhall, Sheffield
274. NWA262K
After several batches of dual door Fleetlines and Atlantans, all with Park Royal bodywork, Sheffield bought Daimler Fleetlines with Alexander bodywork in 1972. Seen in Pond Street bus station when new is 262, NWA262K.
Photo taken Thursday 8 June 1972, Sheffield
275. OCH568L
Trent Bristol VR 629, RCH629L, alongside Fleetline 568, OCH568L, both bodied by ECW, in the parking area near the old bus station in Derby.
Photo taken 1972, Derby
276. OFM56K
When the Guy Arab was no longer available, Chester switched to Daimler Fleetlines with Northern Counties bodywork. 56, OFM56K, is one of a trio bought in 1972.
Photo taken 1975, Chester city centre
277. RCP274K
New to Halifax as their 84, RCP274K, a 1972 Daimler Fleetline with Northern Counites body is seen at the very end of its career as Yorkshire Rider 3084. When photographed it was the last Halifax Daimler Fleetline bought new still in service. It was one of the few to retain its Halifax blind layout; most were fitted with a single aperture blind with a final destination over a three track number blind
Photo taken 1990, Halifax
278. RCP274K
Halifax 84, RCP274K, a 1972 Daimler Fleetline with Northern Counties bodywork was the last ex-Halifax Fleetline in passenger service when it was withdrawn in 1990. It is seen awaiting restoration at the Keighley Bus Museum.
Photo taken Sunday 8 June 2014, Keighley Bus Museum
279. RCP275K
Halifax Corporation 85, RCP275K, a Daimler Fleetine CRG6LX with Northern Counties H43/31F body, new in May 1972.
Photo taken Summer 1972, Halifax bus station
280. RCP336K
Calderdale JOC 306, RCP336K, a Daimler CRG6LX with Northern Counties H43/31F bodywork new in 1972. It became WYPTE 3306 in 1974.
Photo taken early 1970s, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
281. RYG546L
Rossie Motors RYG546L a 1972 Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Roe H44/34F bodywork. It passed to SYPTE when the company sold out in 1980 and received the number 1159.
Photo taken c 1973, King Avenue, New Rossington
282. VET233K
Rotherham switched to dual door Daimler Fleetlines in 1971. 233, VET233K, is from July 1972 with a Roe H45/29D body.
Photo taken 1973, East Herringthorpe Rotherham
283. WFM159K
Chester switched to Daimler Fleetlines when they could no longer obtain Guy Arabs. New in 1972 as 59 WFM159K in the Chester fleet, this Fleetline carried a Northern Counties body. It is seen at Scarborough in service as a seafront vehicle with Appleby.
Photo taken Wednesday 15 July 1992, Scarborough
284. XAK337L
Bradford City Transport 337, XAK337L on her first day in service in 1972. She was an Alexander bodied (H49/25F) Daimler Fleetline CRL6.
Photo taken 1972, Forster Square, Bradford
285. XAK348L
Bradford 2348, XAK348L, a Daimler Fleetline CRL6 built in 1972 with Alexander AL H43/31F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, Bradford
286. EOF275L
Coastal Red EOF275L, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX / Park Royal H43/33F, seen here on Clacton Circular route 50, with route adverts on the bus, in competition with Eastern National.
Photo taken July 1987, Clacton
287. JDC544L
Ex-Middlesbrough Corporation Dennis Loline MkI/Northern Counties, JDC599, fleet no. 99 new in 1958 and ex-Tees-side Municipal Transport Daimler Fleetline JDC544L new in 1973 which carried fleet no. L544.
Photo taken September 1998, Showbus at Duxford
288. MLH358L
Harris Bus MLH358L, formerly LT DMS1358, presumably in Southend with a party, but it is not clear what he was doing. It joined Harris in late 1986 and lasted two and a bit years with them before being scrapped.
Photo taken Monday 26 May 1986, Kursaal, Southend
289. NNU123M
Slightly newer than most vehicles on SCT61, this Chesterfield Daimler Fleetline CRL6, 123, NNU123M, has a Roe dual door body and dates from 1973. This version of the Park Royal standard body was very popular with municipal operators in the north in the early seventies. Forty years later it is still an attractive vehicle.
Photo taken Sunday 12 October 2014, Coach Street Car Park Skipton
290. NXS14L
Graham's Bus Service D14, NXS14L, was one of three Daimler CRG6LXs with Alexander H43/31F bodywork which entered service in June 1973. All three were fitted with Gardner 6LXB engines in April 1981. It was withdrawn in 1982 and saw further service with Mott's of Aylesbury.
Photo taken mid 1970s, Clippens Road, Linwood
291. SNN5L
Leon of Finningly 84, SNN5L, a 1973 Daimler Fleetline CRL6 with Roe bodywork makes its way through Doncaster centre in 1975.
Photo taken Saturday 31 May 1975, Doncaster
292. UDT413L
Doncaster's last deliveries prior to the advent of the PTE arrived in 1973. 113, UDT413L, was a Daimler Fleetline with Roe 74 seat dual door bodywork
Photo taken Tuesday 12 March 1974, Doncaster
293. THM630M
Partridge THM630M, Daimler Fleetline/MCW H44/24D, ex London Transport DMS1630, new in March 1974.
Photo taken Winter 1987-88, Ipswich
294. GSL901N
Osbornes GSL901N, Daimler Fleetline / Alexander H49/34D, new in March 1975 to Tayside.
Photo taken August 1987, Colchester Bus Station
295. JTD387P
Seen at work with Appleby is former Southend Daimler Fleetline 387, JTD 387P, a 1975 example with Northern Counties body and Leyland engine.
Photo taken 1991, Corner Cafe, North Bay, Scarborough
296. JTD390P
This former Southend Open Top Fleetline, JTD390P, was seen in the yard of Trevor Wigley, the Carlton breaker/dealer, in early August 2000
Photo taken August 2000, Carlton
297. JTD397P
Southend Fleetline JTD397P was sold on to Ensignbus who operated it as their 597, then sold it for scrap - it is seen here in the muddy yard of PVS Barnsley
Photo taken c1996, PVS Barnsley
298. KUC949P
Southend Transport 319, KUC949P, Daimler Fleetline/MCCW, ex-London Transport DMS1949, new in 1975 and to Southend in 1984.
Photo taken May 1985, Southend Transport Garage
299. JTD395P
Former Southend 395, JTD395P, Daimler Fleetline with NCME body new in 1976 converted to open top, seen here parked awaiting next turn of duty to Paignton Zoo.
Photo taken Saturday 23 June 2007, Avenue Road, Torquay
300. JTD395P
Southend Transport 395, Daimler Fleetline CRL6-33 JTD395P with Northern Counties H49/31D body, basks in the sun.
Photo taken Monday 7 May 1979, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
301. JTD395P
Southend Transport 395, Daimler Fleetline CRL6-33 JTD395P with Northern Counties H49/31D body, basks in the sun. A little damage to the body bottom below the fuel tank filler is evident.
Photo taken Monday 7 May 1979, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
302. XTE230V
Another sad sight - a former Southend Fleetline (believe to be 230 - XTE230V) seen in the yard of Hardwick (breaker), Carlton.
Photo taken August 2000, Carlton
303. LMS168W
'Leyland' Fleetline LMS168W, with Alexander H44/31F body, new to Alexander Midland in 1980 as their MRF168. This bus was one of the last batch of Fleetlines supplied to the Scottish Bus Group and is seen here during the 2013 Kirkby Stephen Rally.
Photo taken Sunday 31 March 2013, Brough, Cumbria
304. MRJ233W
Former Southend Transport Fleetline MRJ233W, preserved by Stephensons. Seen at Shoeburyness East Beach on route 14 on the special running day held on September 1st.
Photo taken Saturday 1 September 2007, Shoeburyness East Beach
305. MRJ233W
One of Southend's W reg. Fleetlines, 233, MRJ233W, is now with Stephenson's of Essex and has been restored by them to Southend livery. It is seen here at Shoebury East Beach on service 7 as part of the Southend Running Day on 1st January 2010.
Photo taken Friday 1 January 2010, Shoebury East Beach