SCT '61 Photo Index
Guy Single Deckers
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1. TW4055
Second view of 2312, TW4055, Len's Charabanc in the 1920s, a Guy BK with London Lorries C25D body, new to National in June 1926, passing to Eastern National on its formation in 1930. It was withdrawn in 1934.
Photo taken 1920s, Viaduct Road, Chelmsford
2. YF714
Pride of place at the Kingsbridge Running Day must go to GWR 1268 YF714, a 1927 Guy/Vickers. This has just emerged from a lengthy restoration and has been at various events in connection with the 110th Anniversary of the first GWR bus service earlier this year. It was not operating, but was on display throughout the day at Kingsbridge Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 21 September 2013, Kingsbridge Bus Station
3. YF714
YF714 is a 1927 Guy FBB with Vickers B35R body. It operated around Penzance in the late 1920s and is the sole survivor of the fleet having spent some 40 years as a caravan near Perranporth after withdrawal from service in 1931.
Photo taken Saturday 21 September 2013, private site near Loddiswell
4. YF714
An atmospheric shot of YF714 showing the rear steps to the baggage well on the roof and the Hackney carriage sign, The bus is split into 2 saloons, the smaller one at the back was for smokers
Photo taken Friday 20 September 2013, private site near Loddiswell
5. NG1713
Guy Victory NG1713 seen on a fair in June 1950. It was owned in service by Randall, Kings Lynn.
Photo taken June 1950, on a fair in South Derbyshire
6. SB5348
MacConnacher's SB5348, a 1937 Guy Wolf with Martin body
Photo taken Sunday 8 May 2011, Wedgewood Centre, Stoke
7. SB5348
Rear view of MacConnacher's SB5348, a 1937 Guy Wolf with Martin body
Photo taken Sunday 8 May 2011, Wedgewood Centre, Stoke
8. JC5313
Llandudno UDC was one of the countries smallest muncipal fleets and was famous for buying small Guy chassis both before and after the second World War. JC5313, dating from 1938, is a normal control Guy Wolf with 20 seat bodywork by Waveney.
Photo taken Sunday 12 October 2008, Bolton Abbey Station
9. JC5313
Llandudno JC5313, a Guy Wolf with Waveney B20F bodywork.
Photo taken c.1970/1, Portmadoc Harbour Station
10. JC5313
Llandudno UDC Guy Wolf 20 seat coach registration JC5313 at Tan-y-Bwlch station on the Ffestiniog Railway, destination blind reads 'Glanwydden' near Llandudno.
Photo taken September 1967, Tan-y-Bwlch Station, Ffestiniog Railway
11. DGG910
Dodds, Troon DT5, DGG910, a Guy Arab II with a Roe B38C body, was part of his contribution to the A.A. Motor Services fleet and is seen in the A.A. bus station in Ayr. It had been new in 1943 as Glasgow Corporation 64 with a Pickering H30/26R body. Withdrawn in 1950 and passing to Dodds in 1951 it was rebodied and entered service in May 1953. It was withdrawn in 1965.
Photo taken Wednesday 6 June 1962, A.A. Bus Station, Boswell Park, Ayr
12. FRU222
Bournemouth 38, FRU222, a Guy Arab II new in 1943 as a double decker, later an open top decker similar to 39, was converted in August 1964 to OB35F and is seen here in the garage.
Photo taken Sunday 14 July 1968, Bournemouth Garage
13. 4400
New in 1946 to Guernsey Railways, number 12 is a Guy Vixen with a Duple B35F body seen at St. Peter Port in August 1966.
Photo taken August 1966, St. Peter Port, Guernsey
14. FA8424
Burton 39, FA8424, a Guy Arab with Brush B35F body, new in November 1946, later to Stevensons, Uttoxeter.
Photo taken October 1949, at Derby (probably on football special to Derby County)
15. FA8424
Photographed at the Spath, Uttoxeter garage, Stevenson, Spath 7, FA8424, was a Guy Arab III with a Brush B34F body new in 1946 as Burton 39, which had been acquired in April 1954.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Spath
16. MRE391
This Guy Arab III, MRE391, with a Santus C33F body was new to Stevenson, Spath in October 1946 as number 18. Photographed at the Spath, Uttoxeter garage, it was not traced further after withdrawal in October 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Spath
17. XG8360
Middlesbrough 100, XG8360, a Roe B35R bodied Guy Arab III, new in 1946, seen at The Exchange.
Photo taken Friday 22 May 1964, Middlesbrough Exchange
18. 506
Guernsey Railways 14 (506), a Vixen new in 1947 with Duple B35F body and withdrawn in 1964. GR had 10 of these buses (one of which served initially in the Guernsey Motors fleet). Some of these lasted until 1967 but, although several ended their days in Priaulx' scrapyard, by 1978 only this and a Victor remained there.
Photo taken August 1978, Priaulx Scrapyard, Guernsey
19. ESG652
Edinburgh Corporation 739, ESG652, a 1948 Guy Arab III with MCW 35 seat rear entrance body.
Photo taken c. 1994, Trans-Pennine Rally, Harrogate
20. ESG652
Edinburgh 739, ESG652, a Guy Arab III of 1948 with an MCW 35 seat body
Photo taken August 2009, Lathalmond open day 2009
21. JC8344
Formerly in the Llandudno UDC fleet, this small Guy Wolf chassis, JC8344, carries a Barnard body and dates from 1948.
Photo taken 2004, North Parade, Llandudno
22. PRF283
Looking rather forlorn is Green Bus, Rugeley number 1, PRF283, a Guy Arab III with a Santus C33F body new to them in 1948. It had been withdrawn in May 1963.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Elmore Lane Depot, Rugeley
23. DST929
Highland K46, DST929, a Guy Arab III single decker with Strachans B34F body, one of seven such vehicles delivered between August 1948 and May 1950 to the Highland Transport Company Limited. It was delivered with fleet number 46, becoming K46 when Highland Omnibuses Ltd. was formed in February 1952.
Photo taken August 1961, Dingwall Station Square
24. JC9735
Llandudno JC9735, a Guy Wolf with Barnard B20F body built 1949, awaits passengers for the town tour in August 1974. Gloddaeth Street is in the background, the site of the tramway to the West shore terminus.
Photo taken Tuesday 20 August 1974, North Parade, Llandudno
25. KPT264
Green Bus Company, Rugeley 15, KPT264, acquired in January 1960, has seen better days having been withdrawn in 1963 and is seen at the Uttoxeter garage. It was one of eight such buses acquired from Northern General in 1959/1960 and was a Guy Arab III with a Brush B38F body dating from 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Uttoxeter Garage
26. KTC615
Accrington 10, KTC615, Guy Arab III with Guy B33R body, one of two new in 1949. Withdrawn from service in 1963, it was in use as the tow wagon from 1965.
Photo taken Saturday 11 September 1965, Accrington Garage
27. LHN574
Hulley, Baslow ran LHN574, a Burlingham B35F bodied Guy Arab III, numbered 24 on his service into Chesterfield. It was acquired from Durham District Services DG74 in May 1959 and had been new to Darlington Triumph in 1949 with fleet number 074.
Photo taken Saturday 24 August 1963, New Beetwell Street, Chesterfield
28. SRE194
Displaying the 'Feathers in our cap" radiator filler cap when seen at Ascot races, Green Bus, Rugeley 10, SRE194, was a Guy Arab III with a Windover C33F body new in March 1949.
Photo taken Saturday 21 July 1962, Ascot
29. EVA324
Central Scottish K24, EVA324, a Guy Arab III built in 1950 with Guy B33R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1990, High Street, Stockton
30. EVA324
EVA324, a Guy Arab III 5LW with Guy B33R body, new to Central SMT (fleet number K24) in 1950, withdrawn 1962 and sold to a Dundee fruit farmer. In preservation since 1978, acquired by present owners in 2010 and moved to Northern Ireland.
Photo taken Saturday 28 April 2012, Cultra
31. GUY3
Samuel Ledgard GUY3, a Guy Arab UF with Guy B40F body (using Park Royal framework) built in 1950 as a demonstrator. It was famous for being the prototype underfloor-engined Guy and was exhibited at the 1950 Earls Court Show. It was first sold to Kitchin & Son, Pudsey and passed to Ledgard in 1957 when they took over Kitchin's stage carriage services.
Photo taken 1962, Calverley Lane, Intake, Leeds
32. GUY3
Samuel Ledgard GUY3 was the ex-demonstrator Arab UF with a Guy (Park Royal frame) B40F body dating from 1950. It was exhibited at the 1950 Earls Court Show.
Photo taken 1965, Yeadon Depot
33. KGT378
Moores Bros KGT378, a Guy Arab III with Strachan C35F body, new to London based Dartmouth Coaches in 1950 and acquired by Moores in 1953.
Photo taken Feb/Mar 1963, Kelvedon
34. LPT137
A number of Guy Arab IIIs with Brush B38F bodies were acquired from Northern General and LPT137, new in 1950, became number 19 with Green Bus, Rugeley in November 1962.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Elmore Lane Depot, Rugeley
35. LPT140
Green Bus Company, Rugeley 17, LPT140, was a Guy Arab III fitted with a Brush B38F which had been new in 1950 to Northern General as number 1340. It was acquired by Green Bus Company in October 1962 and was one of four acquired at that time following eight which had been acquired in 1959/60. It is at the Rugeley garage of Green Bus.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Rugeley Garage
36. MXX340
One of two Guy Vixen Specials acquired from London Transport Executive in 1961, West Bromwich MXX340, is seen inside the garage at Oak Lane. This one had run for the Corporation Health Department as number 49 from 1961 before joining the bus fleet as number 252 in 1963.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Oak Lane Garage, West Bromwich
37. MZ7384
Belfast Corporation Guy Arab III/Harkness Coachworks B31F (may be B30F now) 286, MZ7384, new 1950, a fantastic survivor having been withdrawn in 1970.
Photo taken Saturday 28 April 2007, at Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra
38. NTB403
Guy Otters were never common and ones with Alexander bodywork rarer still.
Photo taken Sunday 4 June 1978, Savile Town, Dewsbury
39. NTB403
Guy Otter / Alexander NTB403 which ran for a time with Hulleys seen on the St Leger bus rally, Doncaster in 1973.
Photo taken May 1973, Doncaster
40. NTB403
Alexander C29F bodied Guy Otter NTB403
Photo taken 1949
41. NTB403
Seen at Booth & Fisher's Garage at Halfway was NTB403, a Guy Otter with an Alexander C29F body which had operated for Hulley, Baslow.
Photo taken Monday 15 April 1974, Halfway
42. AJC551
Llandudno UDC AJC551, a Guy Wolf with Metalcraft B24F body, one of three supplied in 1951. Seen here waiting to depart on the Marine Drive circular tour round the Great Orme.
Photo taken Thursday 29 August 1968, North Parade Pier Head, Llandudno
43. AJC551
Llandudno AJC551, a 1951 Guy Wolf with Metalcraft body and CCC597, a 1954 Guy Otter with Roe B25F body
Photo taken Tuesday 10 August 1976, North Parade Pier Head, Llandudno
44. EST394
Highland K90, EST394, was a Guy Arab III with Strachan B38F body new, in May 1951, to Highland Transport and is seen at Inverness. It had passed to Highland Omnibuses in February 1952.
Photo taken Friday 24 July 1959, Farraline Park Bus Station, Inverness
45. GUY3
Samuel Ledgard GUY3, an ex-Guy demonstrator, was a Guy Arab UF fitted from new with a preselector gearbox and carried a Guy B40F body. New in 1951 it arrived with Ledgard in 1957 when the stage service of Kitchin, Pudsey was taken over in April.
Photo taken Saturday 15 June 1957, Samuel Ledgard Armley Depot, Leeds
46. LNY854
New to Aberdare in 1951, LNY854 was one of four Guy Arab III with NCME B35R bodies. Originally number 20 it became 11 in the 1958 renumbering and was withdrawn in 1971.
Photo taken Sunday 7 September 1969, Aberdare UDC Garage
47. MTJ84
Lancashire United 440, MTJ84, a 1951 Guy Arab III with unusual Roe coach body.
Photo taken 1995, off Charlestown Road, Halifax
48. MTJ84
Cumbria Classic Coaches run a fleet of vintage buses on excursions in the nothern Yorkshire Dales. One of their current fleet is is this former Lancashire United Guy Arab III with rare Roe coach body dating from 1951 and originally 440, MTJ84, in the LUT fleet.
Photo taken Sunday 4 April 2010, Kirkby Stephen
49. MTJ84
Cumbria Classic Coaches operate former LUT440, MTJ84, a Guy Arab III with Roe C31F bodywork which was new in May 1951. Apparently it was originally tested for 35 seated passengers with 25 standing! Originally in crimson and black, it is now in crimson and cream. The coach was purchased by Cumbria Classic Coaches in October 2002 and has appeared on 'Heartbeat' and 'Born and Bred'.
Photo taken October 2006, Station Yard, Hawes
50. PEH261
Marshalls Coaches of Bradford, PEH261, was an immaculate Guy Arab III with a Windover C33F body, built in 1951 for Scraggs of Cheadle, Staffordshire. In 1952 it passed to Ripponden & District (who were also well-respected hauliers for the Lancashire and Yorkshire textile industries) and joined Marshalls in 1953.
Photo taken Saturday 1 June 1963, Blackpool Pleasure Beach coach park
51. KWO43
Cubitt (contractor) KWO43, a Guy Arab LUF built in 1952 with Duple Roadmaster C37F bodywork. A dull livery on a dull day almost made this invisible, it had been new to Red & White as UC11.52.
Photo taken April 1972, Garston, Liverpool
52. MXX302
Former London Transport GS2, MXX302, a Guy Special with ECW B26F body dating from 1952 is seen here operating for Southern Motorways.
Photo taken 1966, Midhurst
53. MXX354
MXX354, one of the London GS class (GS54) and probably the only one existing that's not preserved, at Waterhall, near Brighton. This little bus was in superb order and the young lady living in it was very proud of her "home".
Photo taken Wednesday 18 June 2003, Waterhall, near Brighton
54. MXX364
Another event celebrated at the Festival was the 60th anniversary of LT's GS class. An immaculate GS64 MXX364 is seen here on the internal bus service.
Photo taken Saturday 6 April 2013, Kent Showground, Detling
55. NTJ177
Lancashire United 472, NTJ177, was a Guy Arab UF with a Roe C39C body new in May 1952, seen here in Blackpool at the Coliseum Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 22 August 1964, Coliseum Bus Station, Blackpool
56. NTJ181
An offside view of Lancashire United 476, NTJ181, a Guy Arab UF with a Roe C39C body new in April 1952 and seen here in Blackpool at the Coliseum Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 22 August 1964, Coliseum Bus Station, Blackpool
57. PHN706
Dixon & Nice Ltd, contractor, PHN706, a Guy Arab III from 1952 with Roe B41C bodywork.
Photo taken December 1970, Stockton
58. XRE978
Guy Arab IV, XRE978, number 22 in the Green Bus, Rugeley fleet, had a Guy B35F body and had been new in July 1952.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Elmore Lane Depot, Rugeley
59. KOT113
Seen at the Aldershot garage is Aldershot & District 186, KOT113, which was a Guy Arab LUF with an East Lancs B41R body, new in 1953.
Photo taken Saturday 9 January 1965, Aldershot Garage
60. LJW336
A former Guy demonstrator LJW336, a Guy Arab UF with Saro B44F body, was running for Morgan, Armthorpe on the service to Goole when seen here at Thorne Road, Doncaster. It has been preserved.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Thorne Road, Doncaster
61. MXX314
Former London Transport GS14, MXX314, a Guy Special NLLVP from 1953 with ECW B26F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1972, High Street, Yarm
62. MXX323
In 1962 Dr. H.N. Heffernan started a business in West Kingsdown, Sevenoaks using a Commer LB with a Kenex 12 seat body on two routes (1) Sevenoaks - Gravesend (Weekdays) and (2) Southfleet - Meopham (Sunday). A limited company, Thames Weald Limited, was formed in 1964 and MXX323 which had been acquired in February 1965 is seen at Ascot racecourse. It was a Guy Vixen special with an Eastern Coachworks B26F body new in 1953 as London Transport GS23.
Photo taken Saturday 19 June 1965, Ascot Racecourse
63. MXX327
Seth Coaches, London N.W.5 MXX327 was a Guy Vixen Special with an Eastern Coachworks B26F body new as London Transport GS27 in November 1953.
Photo taken Thursday 17 February 1966
64. MXX336
London Transport (Country Area) GS36, MXX336, a Guy Special NLLVP with ECW B26F body built in 1953.
Photo taken 1967, Onslow Street Bus Station, Guildford
65. MXX342
Former London Country GS42, MXX342, one of 84 Guys with ECW B26F bodies for use on low traffic country area routes, entered service in November 1953.
Photo taken Sunday 2 April 2006, Wisley Aerodrome
66. MXX375
London Transport GS75, MXX375, one of 84 Guys with ECW B26F bodies, which entered service from October 1953 for use on low traffic country area routes.
Photo taken c. 1959, Hertford Bus Station
67. MXX376
MXX376, GS76 is a former London Transport 1953 Guy Special with ECW B26F bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 30 July 2006, The Adur Recreation Ground, Brighton Rd, Shoreham by Sea
68. SFC503
South Midland 88, SFC503, the third of four Guy Arab UFs (6HLW) with Lydney/BBW C41C bodies, is seen at Victoria Coach Station. New in 1953, all four passed to Red & White in July 1960.
Photo taken Wednesday 3 June 1959, London Victoria Coach Station
69. SFC504
South Midland 89, SFC504, was a Guy Arab UF with a Lydney/BBW C41C body new in 1953. The last of four such coaches, it is seen at Victoria Coach Station. All four passed to Red & White, in July 1960.
Photo taken Saturday 9 May 1959, Victoria Coach Station, London
70. THN354
Darlington Corporation 42, THN354, a Guy Arab III built in 1953 with Roe B41C bodywork.
Photo taken January 1969, Prebend Row
71. CCC596
Aberconwy BC, CCC596, is a Guy Otter with a Roe B25F body, built in 1954 for Llandudno UDC and is still operating.
Photo taken Sunday 25 July 1976, North Parade Pier Head, Llandudno
72. CCC597
Llandudno AJC551, a 1951 Guy Wolf with Metalcraft body and CCC597, a 1954 Guy Otter with Roe B25F body
Photo taken Tuesday 10 August 1976, North Parade Pier Head, Llandudno
73. DCN831
Samuel Ledgard DCN831, ex-Northern General 1531, was a Guy Arab LUF with rare Picktree "Continental" C35F body dating from 1954.
Photo taken May 1967, Samuel Ledgard Armley Depot, Leeds
74. DCN831
Ledgard, Leeds DCN831 was a Guy Arab LUF with a Picktree C35F body acquired from Northern General in March 1963. It is seen here on the roof of the garage at Armley with the remains of a chassis alongside.
Photo taken Saturday 7 October 1967, Samuel Ledgard Armley Depot, Leeds
75. DCN833
Northern General 1533, DCN833, a Guy Arab LUF with Picktree C35F body new in 1954 seen in the parking area used as an overflow to Wellington Street in the summer months.
Photo taken Saturday 25 August 1962, parking area between Castle Street and Lisbon Street, Leeds
76. DCN834
Ledgard, Leeds DCN834 was a Guy Arab LUF with a Picktree C35F body acquired from Northern General in January 1963. It is seen here on the roof of the garage at Armley.
Photo taken Saturday 7 October 1967, Samuel Ledgard Armley Depot, Leeds
77. DCN836
Ledgard, Leeds DCN836 was a Guy Arab LUF with a Picktree C35F body acquired from Northern General in January 1963. It is seen here on the roof of the garage at Armley.
Photo taken Saturday 7 October 1967, Samuel Ledgard Armley Depot, Leeds
78. DCN836
Northern General coach DCN836, fleet no.1536, a Picktree-bodied Guy Arab LUF operating a "Devon and Cornwall" tour.
Photo taken late 1950s, High Street, Dunster
79. DCN836
Northern General coach DCN836, fleet no.1536, a Picktree-bodied Guy Arab LUF operating a "Devon and Cornwall" tour, to go with a previously posted front view
Photo taken late 1950s, High Street, Dunster
80. DCN838
Ledgard, Leeds DCN838 was a Guy Arab LUF with a Picktree C35F body acquired from Northern General in December 1962. It is seen here on the roof of the garage at Armley.
Photo taken Saturday 7 October 1967, Samuel Ledgard Armley Depot, Leeds
81. DCN839
Ledgard, Leeds DCN839 was a Guy Arab LUF with a Picktree C35F body acquired from Northern General in December 1962. It is seen here on the roof of the garage at Armley.
Photo taken Saturday 7 October 1967, Samuel Ledgard Armley Depot, Leeds
82. DCN839
A colour shot of Ledgard DCN839, a Guy Arab LUF with a Picktree C35F body acquired from Northern General in December 1962.
Photo taken Morley Street, Bradford
83. DCN841
Garners Bridge of Wear DCN841, a Guy Arab LUF with Picktree C35F body, ex Northern General 1541.
Photo taken late 1967, Garners Garage, Bridge of Weir
84. FSD468
Western S.M.T. 1090, FSD468, a Guy Arab LUF was new with an Alexander C30FT body and was one of ten bought for the London to Glasgow service. It was seen in Ayr after they were converted to C41F in 1960.
Photo taken Wednesday 6 June 1962, Ayr Bus Station
85. FSD468
Seen at Ayr Bus Station is FSD468, Western S.M.T. 1090, which was a Guy Arab LUF with an Alexander C30FT body used on the London service when new in 1954. It was, along with the others in the batch, 1086-1095, rebuilt in 1960 to C41F and was, along with them, withdrawn in 1968 passing to Highland Omnibuses, Inverness.
Photo taken Monday 17 June 1963, Ayr Bus Station
86. GVH796
Green Bus Company, Rugeley 25, GVH796, a Guy Arab LUF with Park Royal B43F body, new to Huddersfield J.O.C. in 1954.
Photo taken Late 1970, Rugeley Garage
87. GVH796
Huddersfield 6, GVH796, seen in Upperhead Row Bus Station was a Guy Arab UF with a Guy B43F body new in 1954.
Photo taken Friday 16 April 1965, Upperhead Row Bus Station, Huddersfield
88. GVH797
Huddersfield JOC 7, GVH797, was a Guy Arab LUF with a Guy B43F body dating from 1954.
Photo taken 1966, Upperhead Row, Huddersfield
89. JTH260
Potteries SN994, JTH260, was a Roe B44F bodied Guy Arab LUF acquired from Beckett, Bucknall in 1963 when the business was taken over. It had been new to West Wales, Tycroes in 1954 and had passed to Beckett in late 1955. It was seen at Stoke garage.
Photo taken Sunday 23 August 1964, Stoke Garage
90. LSC101
Highland K100, LSC101, was one of the 1954 S.M.T. rebuilds of ex-London Transport Guy Arabs into 30' saloons with S.O.L. C35F bodies. It is seen in Inverness carrying what appears to be a 'Highland' badge on the radiator in place of the normal 'Guy' emblem.
Photo taken Friday 24 July 1959, Academy Street, Inverness
91. MXX372
Gleeson (contractor) MXX372, a Guy Special NVLLP with ECW B26F body, new in 1954 to London Transport as GS72.
Photo taken Friday 31 May 1968, Northowram Hospital Drive, Northowram, Halifax
92. TUA36
One of only two Guy Arabs to feature in the post-war Leeds fleet was 36, TUA36, which is seen in Cockshott Lane, Bramley about to turn left into Stanningley Road. It was new in 1954 and had a Roe B34C + 24 body.
Photo taken Saturday 21 May 1955, Cockshott Lane, Bramley
93. ECN687
Lockey's of St. Helens Auckland ECN687, a Guy Arab LUF with Weymann Fanfare C37F body, new to Northern General (1687) in 1955.
Photo taken July 1969, Lockey's Garage, St. Helen Auckland
94. ECN688
Northern General 1688, ECN688, a Guy Arab LUF with Weymann Fanfare C37F body built in 1955.
Photo taken 1965, Wellington Street Coach Station, Leeds
95. GCS182
Western S.M.T. 1108, GCS182, was one of four Guy Arab LUFs with Alexander C41F bodies delivered in 1955 and was seen outside the Western S.M.T. office in Dumfries.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
96. GCS185
Former Western Scottish GCS185, a Guy Arab LUF from 1955 with Alexander C41F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1971, near Ayr
97. GCS195
In 1968 Highland Omnibuses acquired 25 Alexander-bodied Guy LUFs which dated from 1955. Ten carried C41F bodies and the remainder, including GL11, GCS195, seen here outside Wick depot, were nominally B44F seated although surely anyone else would classify these as dual-purpose.
Photo taken c.1971, Wick, outside Wick Depot
98. GCS197
Seen in Ayr this Guy Arab LUF, GCS197, was Western S.M.T. 1112, new in 1955 with what is recorded as an Alexander B44F body.
Photo taken Wednesday 6 June 1962, Ayr Bus Station
99. PAD181
Seen in Newbury, whilst heading for Cheltenham, is Black & White, Cheltenham 181, PAD181, a Guy Arab LUF which had a Willowbrook C37C body and was new in 1955.
Photo taken Saturday 25 October 1958, The Wharf, Newbury
100. PAD183
The classic view of Cheltenham Coach Station taken in July 1967 with nearest the camera PAD183 a Guy Arab LUF of 1955 with Willowbrook body. Next to it is WDG631, a 1959 AEC Reliance with Roe body and beyond 3 unidentified Plaxton bodied Leyland Leopards.
Photo taken July 1967, Cheltenham Coach Station
101. PAD187
Black & White 187, PAD187, was a Guy Arab LUF with a Willowbrook C37C
Photo taken 1965, Waterloo Road, Hinckley
102. SJW515
SJW515 was a Guy Warrior with Burlingham C41F body which had been new as a demonstrator before passing to Dodds, Troon. It is seen here at the Donisthorpe Street, Leeds premises of Wallace Arnold Tours.
Photo taken Friday 27 March 1964, Donisthorpe Street, Leeds
103. SPT59
Northern General 1659, SPT59, a Weymann B44F bodied Guy Arab LUF seen in Wellington Street Coach Station in Leeds.
Photo taken Sunday 6 July 1958, Wellington Street Coach Station, Leeds
104. SPT60
Northern General 1660, SPT60, seen at Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, was a Guy Arab LUF (5HLW) with a Weymann B44F body new in 1955.
Photo taken Friday 31 July 1959, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
105. TUA35
Leeds City Transport 35, TUA35, a Guy 5LW with Roe centre-entrance "standee" bodywork, built in 1955.
Photo taken late 1966, Stanks Terminus, Leeds
106. TUA36
Leeds 36, TUA36, one of two Guy Arab LUFs, fitted with Roe B34C+24 bodies new in 1955 seen here at the Long Causeway, Adel terminus.
Photo taken Sunday 22 May 1955, Waylnd Drive, Adel
107. TUA36
Leeds City Transport 36, TUA36, a Guy 5LW with Roe centre-entrance "standee" body of 1955. Behind is a nearly-new, unidentified Weymann-bodied Atlantean.
Photo taken Sunday 17 October 1965, Seacroft Town Centre Bus Station
108. ECN683
Recently displaced on extended tours by new arrivals, classically elegant Northern General 1683, ECN683 enjoys the sun between express, excursion and private hire duties at Bensham depot, adjacent to the head office and central works.
Photo taken Saturday 10 June 1967, Bensham Depot, Gateshead
109. RWT613
Morgan, Armthorpe RWT613 was a Guy Arab LUF with a Burlingham B44F body seen here at East Laith Gate, Doncaster.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Christ Church, Doncaster
110. RWT613
Stevenson, Spath 1, RWT613, was a Guy Arab UF with a Burlingham B44F body new in 1956 to Morgan, Armthorpe. It was acquired in January 1964 and is seen in Uttoxeter.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1964, Uttoxeter Market Place
111. SAD189
Black and White coaches 189, SAD189, and 191, SAD191, a pair of Guy Arab LUFs with Willowbrook C37C bodies, new in 1956.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
112. 28RRF
Carrying a Burlingham Seagull C41C body, 28RRF was number 51 with Harper, Heath Hayes and was a Guy Arab LUF, one of two new in July 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964
113. 647BKL
This Guy Warrior, 647BKL, carries a one off Mulliner body and dates from 1957. It is seen wearing an accurate version of United Auto livery from the fifties even down to the fleet number. Although United ran a few Guys this was not one of them!
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 2005, Kirkby Stephen Rally
114. SJW515
SJW515 was a Guy Demonstrator with Burlingham C41F body built 1957. Eventually found its way to Dodds of Troon fleet and pictured in BBF No21, published 1966. It appeared at Stagecoach Western's Open Day at Kilmarnock in Western SMT coach livery with fleet number AG 1060.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 2002, Kilmarnock Works, Nursery Avenue, Kilmarnock
115. UWW769
Seen in Barnsley bus station is UWW769, a Guy Warrior 4HDC with a Mulliner DP43F body belonging to Mosley, Barugh Green. New in December 1957 to Morgan (Blue Line), Armthorpe it was acquired by Mosley in July 1961. Withdrawn in 1964 it passed to Spiers, Henley in February 1965 and to Sureline, Lurgan in June 1966. It then passed to Coalisland Gaelic Football Club, Coalisland in April 1970.
Photo taken Sunday 14 April 1963, Barnsley Bus Station
116. VNY655
One of nine buses (six double and three single deck) new to Pontypridd in 1957 as trolleybus replacements was 77, VNY655, a Roe B41R bodied Guy Arab LUF.
Photo taken Sunday 7 September 1969, Pontypridd Depot
117. WMN485
In 1957 Douglas Corporation bought a batch of Guy Otters with rare Mulliner bodywork. 9, WMN485, was withdrawn in 1970 and sold to Gateshead School where it was re-registered UTU596J.
Photo taken 1974, at Harrogate
118. WMN486
Former Douglas Corporation 10, WMN486, a Guy Otter P6 from 1957 with Mulliner B26F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Isle of Man
119. 1294RE
Harper Brothers 60, 1294RE, a 1958 Guy Arab LUF with Burlingham Seagull body. Harper Brothers were taken over by Midland Red and soon after, 1294RE was sold.
Photo taken Sunday 8 July 2012, near AMRTM, Aldridge
120. 1294RE
Rear view of preserved Harper Brothers 60, 1294RE, a 1958 Guy Arab LUF with Burlingham Seagull C41F body.
Photo taken Tuesday 2 February 2010, Catton Park
121. 499URF
Green Bus of Rugeley (Whieldon's) 3, 499URF, was a Guy UF with Burlingham Seagull C41F body of 1958. It survived in service until 1970, then as a seat store until scrapped in 1971.
Photo taken 1966, Uttoxeter Garage
122. VDA32
Brown, Trench VDA32 was a Guy Warrior WUL with a Willowbrook B44F body new in 1958 as a Guy Motors demonstrator. Seen here in Victoria Street, Wellington it was acquired by Brown in January 1959.
Photo taken early 1971, Victoria Street, Wellington
123. XNY416
Former Aberdare U.D.C. 14, XNY416, a Guy Arab LUF with Longwell Green body, new in 1958. Originally in Aberdare's cream and red livery it had later passed into Cynon Valley Borough Council ownership, receiving this most dismal dark red livery.
Photo taken early 1974, WETC, Winkleigh, Devon
124. XNY418
Aberdare 16, XNY418, was a Guy LUF with Longwell Green B44F body of 1958. Behind it is 27, FTX227C, an AEC Reliance with Strachan body of 1965.
Photo taken 1967, Aberdare UDC Garage
125. XNY419
One of four Guy Arab LUFs with Longwell Green B44F bodies, XNY419 was delivered to Aberdare in 1958 as 7 and renumbered 17 shortly afterwards.
Photo taken Sunday 7 September 1969, Aberdare UDC Garage
126. 1292RE
In July 1959 Harper Bros., Heath Hayes bought four Guy Arab LUFs, two with Burlingham C41C bodies and two with Willowbrook C41F bodies. The second of the Willowbrook ones, numbered 58, 1292RE, is seen here at the garage at Heath Hayes.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964, Heath Hayes
127. 1293RE
Harper, Heath Hayes 59, 1293RE, was a Guy Arab LUF with a Burlingham C41F body new in July 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 22 August 1964
128. 1294RE
Harper, Heath Hayes 60, 1294RE, a Guy Arab LUF with a Burlingham Seagull C41F body was new in July 1959 and is seen at Ascot on what must have been one of its first journeys.
Photo taken Saturday 18 July 1959, Ascot
129. 1294RE
Harper, Heath Hayes 60, 1294RE, was a Guy Arab LUF with a Burlingham C41F body new in July 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 22 August 1964
130. MSD419
Western SMT DG1555, MSD419, a Guy Arab LUF built in 1959 with Alexander C41F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1971, Stranraer garage?
131. MSD420
Dumfries is the setting for Western S.M.T. 1556, MSD420, which was a Guy Arab LUF with an Alexander C41F body, the last of nine new in 1960.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
132. CVJ709C
A Harrington Legionnaire C45F bodied Guy Victory, CVJ709C, new in March 1965 to Penn Overland, Hereford is seen here with Kemp, Chillenden at Gilwell Park.
Photo taken Saturday 6 July 1974, Gilwell Park