SCT '61 Photo Index
Leyland PD3
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1. PRN761
Former Preston 2, PRN761, now owned by Dreadnought coaches of Alnwick. It started life with Preston in 1952 as a Leyland PD2/10 with Leyland L55R body, registration ECK509, but was rebuilt by Preston Corporation in 1961 to PD3/6 with a front entrance H38/32F body - a rarity, a 7'6" wide PD3.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 May 2009, Alnwick Castle Gardens Car Park, Alnwick
2. FCK453F
Preston Corporation 59, FCK453F, was the last of the eight Leyland PD2s which Preston rebuilt. New in March 1954 as 59, FRN739, a Leyland PD2/10 with a Leyland H30/28R body, it had been rebuilt in the Corporation workshops to PD3/6 specification and the seating changed to H38/32F, entering service in September 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1972, Preston Bus Station
3. FCK453F
Seen at the Preston garage in Deepdale Road is FCK453F which was the last of the Preston rebuilds. It was new in 1954 as FRN739, a Leyland PD2/10 numbered 59, with a Leyland H30/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 10 September 1967, Preston Garage, Deepdale Road
4. PRN762
Preston Corporation 10, PRN762, was originally a Leyland PD2/10 new in 1954 as number 10, FRN 732, with a Leyland L27/28R body. It had been rebuilt in the Corporation workshops to PD3/6 specification and the seating changed to H38/32F, entering service in February 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1972, Preston Bus Station
5. 700AEH
Potteries MT H7700, 700AEH, a Leyland Titan PD3/2 built in 1956 with Metro-Cammell H41/33R bodywork. This bus was exhibited at the 1956 Commercial Motor Show.
Photo taken June 1969, Hassell Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme Bus Station
6. 177AVK
Newcastle 177, 177AVK, a Leyland PD3/1 with Weymann H40/32R body new in 1957.
Photo taken Oct/Nov 1960, Coast Road/Hollywell Road, Billy Mill
7. 181AVK
Newcastle Corporation 181, 181AVK, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 built in 1957 with Weymann H40/32R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1969, opposite Newcastle Central Station
8. 183AVK
Newcastle 183, 183AVK, with 149, XVK149, alongside. 183 was a Leyland PD3/1 with a Weymann H40/32R body new in September 1957 whilst 149 was an A.E.C. MD3RV Regent V with a Park Royal H34/28R body new in April 1956.
Photo taken Tuesday 29 July 1969, Morden Street parking, Newcastle
9. 701AEH
701AEH, new in 1957 as PMT 701, a Leyland PD3/4 with Metro-Cammell H68FD body, anyone able to give me any more details about this vehicle which has obviously seen better days.
Photo taken Saturday 11 May 2013, Bishops Lydeard
10. 701AEH
Leyland PD3/MCCW new in 1957 as Potteries Motor Traction H701, 701AEH, here with Sundecker, run as open topper and presumably en route for the North Cape. It looks as if it is still in Sundecker colours on the latest shots.
Photo taken August 1985, Stockholm, Sweden
11. 704AEH
Former PMT H704, 704AEH, a 1957 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with MCW body is seen after sale to Berresfords of Cheddleton.
Photo taken 1976, Berresford's Garage, near Cheddleton, Staffs
12. 704AEH
Berresford's, Cheddleton 704AEH, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro-Cammell H31/35F body, new to PMT (H704) in 1957.
Photo taken Winter 1975/76, Berresford's Garage, Cheddleton, Staffs
13. 704AEH
Berresfords purchased a pair of 1957 Metro Cammell H37/31F bodied Leyland PD3/4 from Potteries in 1973. One of them was former Potteries 704, 704AEH seen here in the yard at Cheddleton in May 1981.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1981, Berresfords Depot, near Cheddleton
14. 705AEH
Potteries H705, 705AEH, a 1957 Metro Cammell H37/31F bodied Leyland PD3/4 appeared on the service to Manchester and was laying over in a side street before returning to Newcastle.
Photo taken Monday 18 May 1959, Whitworth Street West, Manchester
15. 707AEH
Potteries MT H707, 707AEH, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1957 with Metro-Cammell H31/35F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1969, Hassell Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme Bus Station
16. 708AEH
Potteries MT H708, 708AEH, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 of 1957 with Metro-Cammell H37/31F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1968, Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme
17. 708AEH
New in September 1957, Potteries H708, 708AEH, was a Leyland PD3/4 with a Metro Cammell H37/31F body seen at the garage at Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Photo taken Sunday 23 August 1964, Newcastle-under-Lyme Garage
18. KCK880
Lockeys of St Helen Auckland, Co. Durham, KCK880, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 of 1957 with Burlingham bodywork.
Photo taken August 1975, West Auckland Green
19. KCK880
ELTPG, Blackburn, (East Lancashire Transport Preservation Group?) KCK880, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1957 with Burlingham bodywork.
Photo taken August 1981, Harrogate Stray
20. KCK???
A Ribble Burlingham bodied Leyland Titan PD3/4, possibly 1523, KCK869, one of 69 similar vehicles bought in 1957 makes its way along Morecambe promenade bound for Lancaster
Photo taken Wednesday 15 August 1973, Promenade, Morecambe
21. LRC434
Whippet, Hilton acquired LRC434, a Leyland PD3/4 with a Willowbrook H41/31RD body in August 1971.
Photo taken Sunday 5 September 1971, Whippet's Garage, Hilton
22. PWS998
Edinburgh's first PD3 was a rather unusual one as it carried this unique Homalloy front. 998, PWS998, was a PD3/2 new in late 1957 and fitted initially with an automatic gearbox. It carried the usual Alexander body and was joined later by similar 999 and four PD3/3s. Edinburgh reverted to shorter purchases for some time before returning to the PD3 in 1964. These first six PD3s all left the fleet when quite young and passed to Highland, 998 becoming HB5 in that fleet.
Photo taken Sunday 14 September 1980, Sheffield Park Station, Bluebell Railway
23. WAL120
East Midlands D120, WAL120, was a Leyland PD3/4 with a Weymann L35/32RD body dating from 1957.
Photo taken 1969, Chesterfield Depot
24. WAL122
Former East Midland D122, WAL122, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Weymann Orion L35/32RD body, new in 1957. On the right is former Neath & Cardiff RCY804, an AEC Reliance MU3RV with Weymann Fanfare C41F body, new in 1958, passing to South Wales Transport in 1970 as its 102.
Photo taken Summer 1972, North's Yard, Sherburn-in-Elmet
25. 5221NW
Leeds City Transport 221, 5221NW, was the first of 71 Leyland PD3/5s with Roe H39/32R bodies delivered for tram replacement. It had been exhibited at the 1958 Commercial Motor Show and is seen here at St. Chad’s Road, Headingley at the end of its first journey in service.
Photo taken Sunday 9 November 1958, St. Chad's Road, Headingley
26. 5221NW
5221NW, Leeds 221, was exhibited at the Commercial Motor Show in October 1958 and has the gold lining applied to Leeds models exhibited there. It was a Leyland PD3/5 with a Roe H39/32R body and this rear view was taken at the Beeston terminus of the cross-town route from Lawnswood.
Photo taken Sunday 21 December 1958, Beeston Terminus
27. 5225NW
Leeds 225, 5225NW, was one of their handsome Leyland PD3/5s with Roe H39/32R bodies dating from 1958.
Photo taken c.1966, Corn Exchange, Leeds
28. 5234NW
Leeds 234, 5234NW, a 1958 Leyland Titan PD3/5 with Roe bodywork shines in the sun as it waits to depart from Roundhay for Middleton. The later Leeds fleetname is carried.
Photo taken April 1974, Roundhay Park terminus
29. 564FTF
Former Lancashire United Transport 647, 564FTF, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro Cammell H41/32R body, new in 1958 and latterly with Stevenson's of Uttoxeter.
Photo taken early 1980s, Burscough
30. 566FTF
Lancs United bought many Leyland Titans over the years the last ones came in 1958 and were Leyland Titan PD3/4s with MCW bodywork. After withdrawal by LUT in 1970 649, 566FTF, found further employment with Shaw Brothers of Byers Green. It is seen on a murky day in Spennymoor.
Photo taken 1974, Spennymoor Bus Station
31. 571FTF
Seen arriving down Olympic Way at Wembley is 571FTF, a Leyland PD3/4 with a Metro-Cammell H41/32R body originally number 654 in the Lancashire United fleet, but seen here with Ronsway, Hemel Hempstead.
Photo taken Saturday 1 June 1974, Wembley Stadium
32. 571FTF
A street view in 1962 of King Street, Leigh with the Lancashire United 654, 571FTF, on an 82 to Spinning Jenny St bus station with a short journey returning back to Atherton.
Photo taken 1962, King Street, Leigh
33. 572FTF
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, 572FTF, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken August 1975, West Auckland Green
34. 572FTF
OK Motor Services 572FTF, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro Cammell Orion H41/32R body, new to Lancashire United as their 655 in 1958.
Photo taken Saturday 3 April 1971, Staindrop Road, West Auckland
35. 574FTF
Seen at Howell Croft bus station in Bolton is Lancashire United 657, 574FTF, one of fourteen Leyland PD3/4s with M.C.C.W. H41/32R bodies bought in 1958 for the final trolleybus replacement. Route 82 replaced the trolleybus route from Bolton to Leigh via Atherton.
Photo taken Tuesday 22 March 1960, Howell Croft Bus Station, Bolton
36. AFT924
Tynemouth 224, AFT924, a 1958 PD3 with MCW H73R bodywork lays over in Balkwell whilst working a lunchtime workmen's service from Smith's Dock.
Photo taken mid 1960s, Brandon Road, junction Falstaff Road, Balkwell, North Shields
37. AFT926
Tynemouth & District 226, AFT926, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell Orion H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1971, United AS Depot, Hartlepool
38. AFT929
Tynemouth 229, AFT929, a Leyland PD3 with MCW Orion H73R body, the second of the 1958 batch.
Photo taken mid 1960s, North Shields
39. AFT933
Tynemouth 233, AFT933, a Leyland PD3/4 with MCW H73R body new in 1958
Photo taken circa 1961, junction Howard St/Northumberland Square, North Shields
40. AFT934
Wakefields 234, AFT934, a 1958 Leyland PD3 with MCW H73R body.
Photo taken late 1960s, Mullen Road, Sunholme, Wallsend
41. AFT934
Wakefields 234, AFT934, a 1958 PD3 with MCW Orion H73R body.
Photo taken 1963, Howard Street, North Shields
42. GEN201
Preserved former Bury 201, GEN201, a Leyland PD3/6 wiyth Weymann H41/32RD body, new in 1958
Photo taken Sunday 26 June 2005, at Blackpool
43. GEN201
Bury Corporation 1958 Weymann H41/32RD bodied Leyland Titan PD3/6 201, GEN201, at the Piece Hall in Halifax during the Heart of The Pennines Rally.
Photo taken Sunday 27 October 2013, at Piece Hall, Halifax
44. GEN202
Bury Corporation 202, GEN202, a Leyland Titan PD3/6 with Weymann Orion H41/32RD body, new in 1958.
Photo taken Tuesday 28 January 1969, George Street, Bury
45. GEN207
Bury 207, GEN207, was one of twenty Leyland PD3/6 Titans with Weymann H41/32RD bodies new in 1958 and is seen in Bury the same year.
Photo taken Sunday 1 June 1958, Kay Gardens, Bury
46. GEN211
Bury Corporation 211, GEN211, a Leyland Titan PD3/6 with Weymann Orion H41/32RD body, new in 1958.
Photo taken Tuesday 28 January 1969, Bolton Street, Bury
47. GEN212
Greater Manchester P.T.E. Training Bus 6362, GEN212, a Leyland Titan PD3/6 with Weymann Orion H41/32RD body, new to Bury Corporation (212) in 1958.
Photo taken Monday 21 February 1977, Stubbins, near Ramsbottom
48. HB9841
Merthyr Tydfil 105, HB9841, a 1958 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with East Lancs H41/32RD body is seen in service with Lancaster in 1976 as their 841. The bus was bought as a driver trainer but is seen here in service.
Photo taken August 1976, Battery Hotel, Morecambe
49. HB9841
Lancaster City Council 9841, HB9841, a Leyland Titan PD3 / East Lancs H41/32RD, a training vehicle ex Merthr Tydfil in 1974 although LCT did use it in service.
Photo taken Saturday 6 September 1980, LCT Morecambe depot
50. HB9841
Lancaster City Council 9841, HB9841, a Leyland Titan PD3 / East Lancs H41/32RD, ex Merthyr Tydfil on driver taining duties.
Photo taken Tuesday 10 November 1981, Brock Street, Lancaster
51. HCN477
Gateshead & District 77, HCN477, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell Orion H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken May 1969, Hudson Street, Gateshead
52. HCN478
Gateshead & District 78, HCN478, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell Orion H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1972, Gateshead
53. KAG847
Seen in Ayr is Western S.M.T. 1366, KAG847, which was a Leyland PD3/3 with a Northern Counties L35/32RD body new in 1958.
Photo taken Wednesday 6 June 1962, Ayr Bus Station
54. KAG849
New in 1958 as Western S.M.T. 1368, KAG849 was seen at Wembley with Lewington, Harold Hill. The Leyland PD3/3 had a Northern Counties L35/32RD body and had only just been acquired from Western S.M.T.
Photo taken Saturday 5 June 1976, Wembley Stadium
55. KCK869
Ribble TV5, KCK869, a Leyland Titan PD3 with Burlingham H41/31F body, new to Ribble in 1958 as 1523.
Photo taken Sunday 19 September 1982, Burscough
56. KCK873
Ribble 1527, KCK873, a Leyland PD3/4 with Burlingham H41/31F body, next to an unidentified Atlantean
Photo taken 1965/6, behind Morecambe Bus Station
57. KCK879
Former Western Welsh 1271, UKG271, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/2 with Metro-Cammell B41F body, new in 1960.
Photo taken March 1973, Premises of North's, the dealer, Sherburn-in-Elmet
58. KCK903
Cunningham's Bus Service 61, KCK903, a Leyland PD3/4 with Burlingham FH41/31F bodywork. It had been new to Ribble in August 1958 as their 1542.
Photo taken mid 1970s, Cunningham Garage, Underwood Road, Paisley
59. KCK910
Two ex Ribble Leyland PD3/4s with Burlingham 72 Seat bodies from 1958, seen here in service with Cunningham's Bus Services of Paisley. They were KCK910 and KCK907, originally 1549 and 1546 in the Ribble fleet.
Photo taken c.1973, Underwood Road, Paisley
60. KCK912
Ribble MS, 1551 KCK912, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Burlingham FH41/31F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1970, Liverpool
61. KCK919
Cunningham's Bus Service, Paisley bought new Atlanteans in the 60/70s but continued to acquire second-hand Leyland Titans predominantly with forward entrances in the early 70s. KCK919 was one such vehicle with a PD3/4 chassis and Burlingham bodywork and ex-Ribble 1558.
Photo taken February 1975, Old Sneddon St., adjacent to Gilmour St. Station, Paisley
62. KCK927
Ribble 1566, KCK927, a 1958 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with attractive Burlingham body.
Photo taken Wednesday 13 August 1975, Wigan Bus Station
63. KCK930
Ribble, Preston 1569, KCK930, was a Leyland PD3/4 with a Burlingham FH41/31F body and is seen in Preston.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1972, Preston Bus Station
64. KWG655
A rare shot of former Alexander Northern KWG655, now part of Dundee Museum of Transport and stored off site but we were taken to see it.
Photo taken Saturday 15 August 2015, private site in Dundee
65. LCK734
Also acquired by London Country for use as driver trainers were twenty ex-Ribble Burlingham bodied Leyland PD3s. These were painted yellow and numbered in an LR class. LR18, LCK734, was new in 1958 and served LC as a trainer from 1976-79. It is probably parked in the yard of a London Country garage.
66. LCK766
Fok-Lei, Macau, PD207 M-87-62, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Burlingham H41/31F bodywork. Formerly registered LCK766 and new as Ribble 1603.
Photo taken July 1981, Macau
67. LCS953
Demonstrating the useful step built into the front panel of this Western SMT AD1418, LCS953, a PD3/3 with Northern Counties L35/32RD, incidentally allowing the conductor to change the destination screen.
Photo taken Saturday 10 August 1974, Ayr Bus Station
68. LCS977
LCS977 was Western S.M.T. 1442 and was a Leyland PD3/3 with a Northern Counties L35/32RD body new in 1958.
Photo taken Wednesday 19 June 1963, Renfrew Ferry
69. LRC434
Trent 400, LRC434, was one of twenty-two Leyland PD3/4s with Willowbrook H41/32RD bodies new in early 1958 It is seen here in Derby.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1969, Derby Depot
70. LRC452
Trent 1052, LRC452, a Leyland PD3/4 with Willowbrook H73R body, new in 1958
Photo taken Friday 26 August 1960, Nottingham
71. LRC454
Trent 1054, LRC454, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Willowbrook body. The bus dates from 1958 and is seen at the 2000 Halifax Piece Hall Rally.
Photo taken 2000, Piece Hall, Halifax
72. LRC454
Trent only bought one batch of Leyland Titan PD3s prior to switching to rear engined chassis. 1054, LRC454, is a 1958 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Willowbrook bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 19 June 2011, Rowsley
73. LRC454
Trent 1054, LRC454, a Leyland PD3 with Willowbrook 73 seat body new in 1958 transferred to Trent ancillary fleet, with behind FRC956, a Leyland PD2 with all Leyland body new in 1955 and withdrawn in April 1967, now resident at BaMMot Museum at Wythall.
Photo taken Sunday 13 October 2013, Maypole near Wythall
74. LSD383
Another Ensign dealer stock vehicle, former Western SMT 1453, LSD383, a 1958 Leyland PD3/3 with Alexander L35/32RD lowbridge body, stands in unfamiliar surroundings in Southend on Shoebury Common Road.
Photo taken Shoebury Common, Southend
75. LSD388
Western SMT LSD388 AD1458 (A8), a Leyland Titan PD3/3 built in 1958 with Alexander L35/32RD bodywork.
Photo taken June 1971, Ayr Bus Station
76. MBN177
Bolton bought their first Leyland Titan PD3s in 1958. They had East Lancs bodywork. Seen here is 122, MBN177, which was a Leyland Titan PD3/5.
Photo taken Sunday 1 August 1982, at Harrogate
77. MCK299
Preston Corporation put seven new buses into service in December 1958 and 68, MCK299, seen in Preston Bus Station was the last of them. They were Leyland PD3/5s with Metro-Cammell H40/32F bodies.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1972, Preston Bus Station
78. NNL48
Tyneside 48, NNL48, a Leyland PD3/4 with MCW Orion H41/32R body, one of three PD3s received by Tyneside in 1958, fleet numbers 48 to 50.
Photo taken 1962, Borough Road, North Shields
79. PHJ950
Former Southend open-top PD3 311, PHJ950 - with Harmony Inns, this bus kept Paul Harrison's FLF AVX975G company at Ensign Bus for a few years, seeing service only for occasions like the Derby. This bus went to Germany where it now operates on city tours of Hamburg.
80. PHJ950
Southend PD3 311, PHJ950
Photo taken Victoria Circus, Southend
81. PHJ950
Southend Massey bodied Leyland PD3 311, PHJ950.
Photo taken Saturday 23 January 1965, Southchurch Road/Sutton Road, Southend
82. PHJ950
Southend PD3 311, PHJ950
Photo taken Thames Drive, Leigh-on-Sea
83. PHJ950
Southend PD3 311, PHJ950
Photo taken Tunbridge Road Works, Southend
84. PHJ950
Southend PD3 311, PHJ950, on diversion on Southend carnival day in 1977
Photo taken Saturday 13 August 1977, Woodgrange Drive, Southend
85. PHJ950
Perhaps the best known feature of Southend’s open top operations was the low Pier bridge which required special operating rules. The height - 13' 3" signed - and restricted clearance are only too obvious in this shot of 311, PHJ950, about pass under, travelling west on September 1st 1978.
Photo taken Friday 1 September 1978, Southend Pier Bridge
86. PHJ950
A pristine Southend 311, PHJ950, stands at the Kursaal on what appears to be a short working of the seafront service 68. It is in the original livery style with crest on the lower panels. Note the concrete and timber bus shelter, a type once common throughout ST's territory.
Photo taken Kursaal, Southend
87. PHJ950
Southend 311, PHJ950, a Leyland PD3/6 with Massey L35/33R body new in 1958.
Photo taken Summer 1964, Victoria Station forecourt, Southend
88. PHJ951
Southend Massey bodied PD3 312, PHJ951
Photo taken Saturday 19 September 1964, Prittlewell Hill, Southend
89. PHJ951
Southend PD3 312, PHJ951, turning short at Chalkwell Station (ex Thames Drive) because of road closures for Southend Carnival (the sky is a good clue to the day!!!).
Photo taken Saturday 10 August 1974, Chalkwell Station, Southend
90. PHJ951
Southend 312, PHJ951, was a Leyland PD3/6 with a Massey L35/33R new in June 1958. It was one of four converted to open top in the winter of 1970/71 and is seen here, towards the end of its time with Southend, on Kingston Road, Stoneleigh on its way to the Epsom Derby meeting.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 June 1980, Kingston Road, Stoneleigh
91. PHJ951
Southend 312, PHJ951, is a Leyland Titan PD3/6 with Massey lowbridge body, new in 1958 and subsequently converted to open top layout.
Photo taken Sunday 6 May 1979, Itchen Bridge, Southampton
92. PHJ952
Former Southend open-top PD3 313, PHJ952, with Sundecker, on its way to Epsom.
93. PHJ952
Southend PD3 313, PHJ952
Photo taken Victoria Circus, Southend
94. PHJ952
Southend PD3 313, PHJ952
Photo taken May 1962, Thorpe Esplanade, Thorpe Bay, Southend
95. PHJ952
Southend PD3 313, PHJ952 working a crowded Saturday route 6 relief closely followed by 334 en-route for Shoeburyness.
Photo taken Saturday 3 April 1965, Southchurch Road/Sutton Road, Southend
96. PHJ952
Ex-Southend PD3 313, PHJ952, now working as a non PSV with London Bus Export Company of Chepstow. Shame about the London Transport red but that's what the customer wanted!
It was on a promotion for British Airways in Koln Sep 2003 and had seats fitted on the top deck but downstairs was mainly kitchen/bar equipment.
Photo taken Friday 12 September 2003, Cologne, Germany
97. PHJ952
A poorly loaded Southend PD3 313, PHJ952, is about to pass eastwards under Southend’s low Pier bridge in August 1978.
Photo taken Sunday 27 August 1978, Southend Pier Bridge
98. PHJ952
There doesn’t seem to be much sunshine but the loading is good on August 28th, 1978 as open top Southend PD3 313, PHJ952, passes the boating lake just east of Southend Pier, en route to Thames Drive.
Photo taken Monday 28 August 1978, Southend Pier
99. PHJ953
Former Southend open-top PD3 313, PHJ953, is preserved in the care of Dave Atkins of Classic Omnibus, Folkestone and is available for hire
100. PHJ953
Southend PD3 314, PHJ953, parked in Victoria Station forecourt, with a misleading set of indicators.
Photo taken Saturday 6 February 1965, Victoria Station, Southend
101. PHJ953
Southend Corporation 314, PHJ953, a Leyland PD3/6 with Massey 68 seat lowbridge body, only two months old when this photo was taken.
Photo taken Friday 29 August 1958, Broadway Market, Victoria Circus, Southend
102. PHJ953
The other ex-Southend vehicle at Detling was PD3 open topper 314, PHJ953, visiting from the Dover Transport Museum, where it is used by Classic Coaches on charter work.
Photo taken Saturday 5 April 2014, Kent Showground, Detling
103. PHJ953
Southend Corporation 314, PHJ953, open top Leyland Titan PD3 / Massey.
Photo taken July 1972, Marine Parade, Southend
104. PHJ954
Southend PD3 315, PHJ954, with 342 behind. 315 is now preserved at the Castle Point Transport Museum.
Photo taken SCT Garage, London Road, Southend
105. PHJ954
Preserved ex-Southend Leyland lowbridge PD3, 315, PHJ954, with restoration well under way.
Photo taken Tuesday 10 July 2007, Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
106. PHJ955
Southend PD3 316, PHJ955
Photo taken May 1975, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
107. PHJ955
A classic shot of Southend 316, PHJ955, a Leyland PD3 with Massey lowbridge body new in 1958.
Photo taken c.1961, Eastern Esplanade/Warwick Road, Thorpe Bay, Southend
108. RFU12
Hudson's of Horncastle, Lincs. RFU12, a Leyland Titan PD3/3 with Roe H37/32RD body, new in 1958.
Photo taken Saturday 12 September 1970, Horncastle
109. TBC164
Preserved Leicester City 164, TBC164, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Willowbrook H41/33R body, new in 1958. It was withdrawn from service in 1974.
Photo taken Sunday 3 October 1982, Leicester City Transport Abbey Park Depot
110. TBC164
A rear view of preserved former Leicester City Transport 164, TBC164, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Willowbrook H41/33R body, new in 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 31 July 1983, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
111. UWU515
Severn, Stainforth bought two of these Leyland PD3/5s with Roe H39/32R bodies in 1958. UWU515 is seen here at East Laith Gate, Doncaster on the service to Thorne- Moorends
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Christ Church, Doncaster
112. XMN345
XMN345 was a 1958 Leyland PD3/3 with MCW H41/32R bodywork delivered new to IOM Road Services in 1958 as fleet number 31. Renumbered 56 by the time of this photo and again later to 34, it was withdrawn in November 1982 and passed through a succession of owners in East London, mostly as a driving trainer. It was exported to Spain where it still existed in 2004.
Photo taken Saturday 30 June 1979, Port St. Mary, Isle of Man
113. XMN345
Isle of Man Road Services 31, XMN345, a Leyland Titan PD3/3 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Bus Station, Douglas, Isle of Man
114. XMN346
Isle of Man Road Services 32, XMN346, a 1958 Leyland Titan PD3/3 with MCW body
Photo taken August 1986, Douglas Station, Isle of Man
115. YAL125
Better known for their up-market coach fleet, Park's of Hamilton periodically used second-hand buses for school contract work; these two ex-East Midland 1958 PD3/4s with Weymann L35/32RD bodies, YAL125 and YAL127, were freshly painted black and white in this garage shot taken in the early 1970s.
Photo taken early 1970s, Park's garage in Hamilton
116. YPT286
Northern DT20, YPT286, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Burlingham H41/32RD bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Worswick Street, Newcastle
117. YPT288
Sunderland District 288, YPT288, was a Burlingham-bodied Leyland PD3/4 from 1958. Standing next to it is United Autos 151, 451LHN, a Bristol LD6B of 1959.
Photo taken 1972, Hartlepool Bus Station
118. YPT291
Sunderland District 291, YPT291, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Burlingham H41/32RD bodywork. Operating route 133 Silksworth Vicarage Estate.
Photo taken March 1970, Park Lane Bus Station, Sunderland
119. YPT292
Sunderland District 292, YPT292, a 1958 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with attractive Burlingham bodywork dates from 1958.
Photo taken 1972, Park Lane Bus Station, Sunderland
120. YPT295
Seen in Bishop Auckland Market Place was Sunderland District 295, YPT295, a Leyland PD3/4 with a Burlingham H41/32RD body new in 1958 which is seen displaying the usual advert on the front.
Photo taken Saturday 1 August 1959, Bishop Auckland Market Place
121. YPT297
Sunderland District 297, YPT297, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Burlingham H41/32RD bodywork. The crew relax at West Hartlepool before the return to Newcastle and Sunderland.
Photo taken August 1967, Hartlepool Bus Station
122. YPT298
Sunderland District 298, YPT298, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Burlingham H41/32RD bodywork. The fading winter sunlight caught this as it waited to go to Newcastle and I was just wondering whether I could still take anything else before the light went completely.
Photo taken November 1969, Bus Station, Sunderland
123. YPT829
Northern General bought their last Leyland Titans in 1958. 1829, YPT829, was numerically the last of the batch of Leyland Titan PD3/4 with MCW bodywork
Photo taken 1973, Park Lane Bus Station, Sunderland
124. YPT829
Northern General 1829, YPT829, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R body, new in 1958.
Photo taken Summer 1977, Worswick Street, Newcastle
125. YPT839
Northern General 1839, YPT839, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1958 with Metro-Cammell Orion H41/32R bodywork.
Photo taken March 1970, Park Lane Bus Station, Sunderland
126. YTG304
YTG304 a Leyland PD3/4 with Massey H41/31F body, new in July 1958 to Llynfi of Maesteg as their fleet number 72
Photo taken Sunday 30 July 2006, The Adur Recreation Ground, Brighton Rd, Shoreham by Sea
127. YUP487
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, YUP487, a Leyland Titan PD3/6 from 1958 with H41/32RD bodywork by Roe. Parked next to it is UJF179, a Daimler CS6G/30 with Metro-Cammell bodywork acquired from Leicester, where it was new in 1959.
Photo taken April 1972, OK depot Bishop Auckland
128. YUP487
YUP487, a 1958 Leyland Titan PD3/6 with Roe H73RD bodywork of OK Motor Services.
Photo taken 1969, Bishop Auckland Market Place
129. YUP487
YUP487 was a Leyland PD3/6 with a Roe H41/32RD body new to O.K. Motor Services (Emmerson), Bishop Auckland in 1958. It is seen here in Bondgate, Bishop Auckland operating the Witton Park service.
Photo taken Thursday 20 April 1972, Bondgate, Bishop Auckland
130. YUP487
YUP487, of O.K. Motor Services (Emmerson), Bishop Auckland, was a Leyland PD3/6 with a Roe H41/32RD body which had been new to Emmerson in May 1958 and was seen at Marlborough Crescent Bus Station.
Photo taken Friday 31 July 1959, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
131. 1212RE
OK Motor Services 1212RE, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 built in 1959 with Massey H41/31F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1975, West Auckland Green
132. 1212RE
Weardale MS, Frosterley, 1212RE, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 built in 1959 with Massey H41/31F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1972, Stanhope Depot
133. 3908WE
Stevensons 23, 3908WE, a former Sheffield City Transport Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Roe body dating from 1959. It was numbered 908 in the Sheffield fleet.
Photo taken 1976, Uttoxeter Bus Station
134. 3908WE
Stevensons of Uttoxeter 23, 3908WE, a Leyland PD3/1 with Roe body, ex-Sheffield 908, new in June 1959
Photo taken early 1970s, Wetmore Bus Park, Burton
135. 3911WE
Sheffeld 911, 3911WE, a 1959 Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Roe bodywork dating from 1959 is seen in use as a driver trainer with South Yorkshire PTE.
Photo taken Monday 15 October 1979, Pond Street Bus Park
136. 3913WE
Sheffield M10, originally 913, 3913WE, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 built in 1959 with Roe H39/30R body, relegated to learner duties by the time this photo was taken.
Photo taken 1971, Attercliffe Common, Sheffield
137. 3913WE
Sheffield Corporation and its successor the PTE often converted former buses to a variety of service uses Typical of the breed is this former Sheffield Leyland Titan PD3/1 cut down to an engineers run about. New in this 1959 Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Roe body which was originally 913 3913WE in the passenger fleet South Yorks PTE livery is carried
Photo taken Sunday 12 May 2013, Olvie Grove
138. 5226NW
Leeds PD3/5 226, 5226NW, in very familiar territory on Roundhay Road in Leeds as it approaches Harehills on a Moortown service.
Photo taken Tuesday 6 June 1972, Roundhay Road, Leeds
139. 5231NW
Leeds 231, 5231NW, was a fine Roe-bodied Leyland PD3 of 1959. Behind was 909, 1909NW, a 1958 Roe/Regent V which was notable for being numerically the last 27'6" bus introduced by LCT.
Photo taken 1971, Ullswater Crescent, Halton Moor
140. 5258NW
Leeds 258, 5258NW, a Leyland PD3/5 with Roe H38/32R body, new in 1959
Photo taken Monday 9 August 1965, in front of the Quarry Hill Flats, outside Leeds Central Bus Station
141. 5269NW
WYPTE Leeds District 269, 5269NW, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 with Roe H39/32R body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 14 September 1975, WYPTE Leeds Bramley Depot
142. 5271NW
Leeds 271, 5271NW, a Leyland PD3/5 with a Roe H38/32R body of 1959, successfully avoids two ladies unaware of the danger.
Photo taken 1970, Seacroft
143. 5271NW
Leeds 271, 5271NW, was one of seventy-one Leyland PD3/5s with Roe H39/32R bodies which were later reseated to H38/32R and is seen at the Crossgates terminus of the route from there to Horsforth.
Photo taken Saturday 16 May 1964, Crossgates, Leeds
144. 5280NW
Former Leeds 280, 5280NW, a Leyland PD3/5 with Roe H38/32R body, new in March 1959, now owned by Black Prince.
Photo taken Thursday 10 March 2005, Black Prince Garage, Morley, Leeds
145. 5280NW
Another non London vehicle which was out at the Ensignbus vintage running day was Leeds PD3 5280NW, in Brentwood High Street on its way to Grays on the X81.
Photo taken Saturday 6 December 2014, High Street, Brentwood
146. 5284NW
Leeds City Transport 284, a 1959 Leyland Titan PD3/5 with Roe body, seen when working for Tyne and Wear PTE during a vehicle shortage in 1976. The bus is numbered 415 in the PTE fleet.
Photo taken 1976, Newcastle
147. 5284NW
Leeds City Transport Roe bodied Leyland Titan 284, 5284NW, on loan to Tyne and Wear PTE where it carried fleet number 415.
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 1976, Byker PTE Depot, Newcastle
148. 570CTO
OK Motor Services 570CTO, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Metro Cammell H40/32F body, new to Skill's of Nottingham in 1959 as their number 70.
Photo taken Saturday 3 April 1971, Bishop Auckland Market Place
149. 570CTO
570CTO, a Leyland PD3/1 with a Metro Cammell H40/32F body, was number 70 in the fleet of Skill, Nottingham at whose garage it is seen during an Omnibus Touring Circle visit.
Photo taken Sunday 28 April 1968, Garage, St Peter's Street, Nottingham
150. 669BNN
South Notts 69, 669BNN, a Leyland PD3/3 with Weymann L35/32R body new in 1959. It lasted with South Notts until March 1980.
Photo taken Wednesday 25 April 1979, Gotham Road, East Leake
151. 670BNN
South Notts, Gotham 70, 670BNN, a Leyland Titan PD3/3 with Weymann L35/32R body, new in 1959.
Photo taken early 1970, Loughborough Bus Station
152. 6BUP
Weardale MS, 6BUP, a Leyland Titan PD3/2 built in 1959 with Alexander H41/32F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1970, Bondgate, Bishop Auckland
153. 6BUP
Weardale Motor Services 6BUP was a Leyland PD3/1 with Alexander H42/31F bodywork which dated from March 1959. Its rather angular styling (not particularly apparent in this photograph) was almost identical to the four bodies built for Edinburgh Corporation PD3/3s (261-264) which were supplied in the same year and which were sold to Highland Omnibuses in 1974.
Photo taken 1967, Stanhope Depot
154. 6BUP
Weardale Motor Services 6BUP, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Alexander H42/31F body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 3 April 1971, Stanhope Market Place
155. 780DAU
Barratt, builder, 780DAU, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 from 1959 with Metro-Cammell-Weymann bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, Marton building site, Middlesbrough
156. 780DAU
OK Motor Services 780DAU, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Metro Cammell H40/32F body, new in 1959 to Skill's of Nottingham.
Photo taken 3 April 1971, Manor Road, St Helen Auckland
157. 780DAU
Skill, Nottingham 80, 780DAU, seen on an Omnibus Touring Circle visit to their garage, was a Leyland PD3/1 with a Metro Cammell H40/32F body.
Photo taken Sunday 28 April 1968, Garage, St Peter's Street, Nottingham
158. CYI640
Coras Iompair Eireann RA5, CYI640, a Leyland Titan PD3/2 built in 1959 with CIE H41/33R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1975, Dublin, Eire
159. EJP506
Wigan Corporation 65, EJP506, a 1959 Leyland Titan PD3/2 with Northern Counties bodywork.
Photo taken 16 February 1975, Wigan Market Place
160. HHG33
Lancaster City Council 33, HHG33, a Leyland PD3/6 with East Lancs H41/31F bodywork, picks up passengers outside the erstwhile Morecambe Station. It had been new in March 1959 to Burnley, Colne and Nelson as their 233.
Photo taken c.1975, Morecambe Promenade
161. KCK879
Southend 317, KCK879 and 318, KCK920 (in Ribble red showing old fleet number 1559), at the works being prepared for service. For just over a year, Southend operated three Burlingham bodied ex Ribble Leyland PD3s on hire from Ensign. They were fitted with Southend destination gear and repainted before entering service.
Photo taken Sunday 24 March 1974, Tunbridge Road Works
162. KCK879
Southend 317, KCK879, seen here in service leaving central Southend on route 1 to Rayleigh
Photo taken May 1975, EN Depot/Bus Station, London Road, Southend
163. KCK879
Rear view of Southend 317, KCK879
Photo taken 1974/5
164. KCP16
Halifax JOC 207, KCP16, a Leyland PD3/4 with Metro-Cammell H40/32F body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Thursday 5 August 1965, Huddersfield (Merton Street) Bus Station
165. KCP17
Halifax JOC 208, KCP17, a 1959 Leyland PD3/4 with MCCW H40/32F body.
Photo taken December 1973, Clough Lane, Mixenden
166. LCK739
Southend 318, LCK739, one of three Burlingham bodied ex Ribble Leyland PD3s on hire from Ensign.
Photo taken 1974/5, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
167. LCK739
Southend Corporation 318, LCK739, Leyland PD3 / Burlingham, ex-Ribble in 1974
Photo taken April 1975, SCT Garage, London Road, Southend
168. LRN63
Ribble 1691, NRN591, a 1960 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with MCW bodywork and alongside ex-Scout of Preston LRN63, a Leyland Titan PD3/3 with Burlingham bodywork dating from 1959. Originally 22 in the Scout fleet it ran as S22 in the Ribble fleet. In 1968 it was renumbered 1975 when the Scout fleet was absorbed into the main Ribble fleet ... Scout had been taken over by Ribble in 1961.
Photo taken 1976, Morecambe
169. MCK370
Ribble 1977, MCK370, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Burlingham H41/31F body, originally new to Scout, Preston as their S24. This makes an interesting comparison with Ribble's own more familiar and much more numerous PD3/4's with full-fronted bodies by the same builder.
Photo taken Summer 1971, Blackpool
170. MCK371
Rare bird by 1973, Ribble 1978, MCK371 was new to the independent Scout, Preston company in January 1959 as 25. December 1961 saw Scout retained as a separate subsidiary by new owner Ribble, and the Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Burlingham H41/31F body became S25 until full absorption in October 1968.
Photo taken Friday 17 August 1973, adjacent to Chorlton Street Bus Station, Manchester
171. MSD353
Western S.M.T. 1489, MSD353, was one of twenty-four Leyland PD3/3s with Northern Counties L35/32RD bodies new in 1959.
Photo taken Wednesday 19 June 1963, Renfrew Ferry
172. MSD365
Western SMT AD1501, MSD365, was a Leyland PD3/3 with Northern Counties L35/32RD bodywork which had been new in May 1959. It is seen outside Western's Ardrossan depot.
Photo taken early 1970s, Princes Street, Ardrossan
173. MSD383
Western S.M.T. 1519, MSD383, a Leyland PD3/3 with an Alexander L35/32RD body seen at Largs was the first of a batch of twenty-nine delivered in 1959.
Photo taken Monday 10 August 1964, Depot, Main Street, Largs
174. MSD395
SBG buses were parked by the river Clyde at Clyde Street between runs and MD1531, MSD395, a 1959 Leyland PD3/3 with Alexander L35/32RD body sits on top of tram rails.
Photo taken Oct 1970, Clyde Street, Glasgow
175. MSD407
Former Western SMT MSD407, fleetnumber AD1543 is a Leyland PD3/3 with Alexander L35/32RD new in 1959, seen here at Kirkby Stephen West station on the Settle Carlisle line, during the Kirkby Stephen running day. Some of this batch of PD3/3 chassis had very similar bodies built by Northern Counties.
Photo taken Sunday 5 April 2015, Kirkby Stephen West Railway Station
176. MSD411
Western S.M.T. 1547, MSD411, was the last of fifty-three Leyland PD3/3s delivered in 1959. The first twenty-four had Northern Counties L35/32RD bodies whilst the remainder had Alexander L35/32RD bodies as seen in Ayr Bus Station on 1547 new in July 1959.
Photo taken Monday 17 June 1963, Ayr Bus Station
177. NBN436
Former Bolton Corporation 128, NBN436, a 1959 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with East Lancs bodywork heads a line of three GMT PTE trainers at Bolton depot.
Photo taken Sunday 22 June 1980, Bolton Depot
178. NBN440
SELNEC Northern 6632, NBN440, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1959 with East Lancashire H41/32F bodywork. The former Bolton 132 was still in the town when photographed in SELNEC days.
Photo taken May 1973, Bolton
179. NCK741
Preston 9, NCK741, a Leyland Titan PD3/6 rebuilt in 1959 with Leyland/Preston CT H41/32F bodywork. Formerly registered FRN731 and an all Leyland PD2/10 from 1954.
Photo taken September 1971, Preston Bus Station
180. OCT566
Delaine, Bourne 48, OCT566, was a Leyland PD3/1 with a Yeates H39/34RD body new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 20 September 1964, Spalding Road, Bourne
181. SDM663
Lloyds of Bagillt, SDM663, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 built in 1959 with Massey H40/35RD bodywork.
Photo taken September 1971, Queensferry
182. STP996
At various times, Southend Transport have hired buses to assist with a vehicle shortage, often when deliveries of new buses were delayed (although sometimes it was in order to free up ST buses to hire out to other operators!). In 1973, Ensign provided ex-Portsmouth STP996. It was generally only used on peak hour workings and never acquired Southend blinds.
Photo taken Thursday 15 November 1973, outside SCT Garage, London Road, Southend
183. STP999
Rear view of Portsmouth 127, STP999, a Leyland PD3/6 with MCW H36/38R bodywork new in 1959.
Photo taken 1974, Eastney Depot
184. UVA638
Laurie, Hamilton (t/a Chieftain) 69, UVA638, seen in Brandon Street, Hamilton was a Leyland PD3/2 with a Massey H41/31F body new in 1959. When the Laurie business was acquired in October 1961 it became Central S.M.T. HL209.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Brandon Street, Hamilton
185. UVA638
Laurie, Hamilton UVA638 was a Leyland PD3/2 with a Massey H41/31F body new in 1959 which appears to carry a non-standard livery although the mudguards and dog rail appear to be in the normal shade of green as seen on the ex-London RTL behind.
186. VUF829
Former Southdown Leyland PD3/Northern Counties VUF829 and Leyland PD2/East Lancs RUF202.
Photo taken Saturday 8 July 1972, off Blackfriars Street, Salford
187. VUF830
Southdown 830, VUF830, was a Leyland PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH69F body of 1959.
Photo taken 1966, Marine Parade, Worthing
188. VUF838
Southdown 838, VUF838. This Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH69F bodywork was delivered in 1959.
Photo taken 1967, Old Steine, Brighton
189. VUF838
Southdown 838, VUF838, a Queen Mary Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties 69 seat front entrance body. It is one of a batch of 100 delivered between 1957 and 1960. Seen operating local route 111 in Brighton.
Photo taken 1961, Brighton, Old Steine, Brighton
190. XUF848
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, XUF848, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1959 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork. New as Southdown 848.
Photo taken June 1977, Bishop Auckland Market Place
191. XUF849
OK Motor Services had a number of former Southdown Queen Mary Leyland PD3's. The oldest of them were XUF847-XUF849 which were 1959 Leyland Titan PD3/4 models with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork. Alongside 849 in this depot shot is former Tyneside PTE (Newcastle Corporation) 212, 212JVK a Weymann H44/34F bodied Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1. OK obviously found the Queen Mary's to their liking as they went back for three later models already pictured on the site.
Photo taken Saturday 9 October 1976, OK depot Bishop Auckland
192. XUF851
Morris Bros of Swansea ran a contract between Swansea rail station and the DVLC offices using a varied selection of buses. One fine example was former Southdown XUF851 seen parked in High Street just south of the junction with Powell Street waiting to go down to the station.
Photo taken Tuesday 1 August 1978, High Street, Swansea
193. YLJ140
Bournemouth 140, YLJ140, a Leyland PD3/1 with Weymann H37/25D body seen at the garage.
Photo taken Sunday 14 July 1968, Bournemouth Garage
194. YLJ142
Former Bournemouth Corporation 142, YLJ142, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Weymann Orion H37/25D body, new in 1959. Seen, along with others of the same batch, at the premises of W. North, the dealer, of Sherburn-in-Elmet in 1973.
Photo taken Autumn 1973, at North's premises, Sherburn-in-Elmet
195. YLJ144
Former Bournemouth Corporation 144, YLJ144, a Leyland PD3/1 with Weymann H37/25D body, new in June 1959, seen here with the modified grill fitted in 1964.
Photo taken Sunday 17 June 1973, Romford
196. YLJ147
Former Bournemouth 147, YLJ147, a Leyland PD3/1 with Weymann H37/25D body, new in June 1959.
Photo taken Tuesday 1 January 2013, Winchester Bus Station
197. YLJ147
Bournemouth 147, YLJ147, a Leyland PD3/1 with Weymann H62D body has been preserved (see Jan 2013 photo) but in August 1969 it still carried the original radiator grill incorporating the Bournemouth crest.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 August 1969, Hinton Road, Bournemouth
198. 2600WW
Pontefract based South Yorkshire Motors 83, 2600WW, one of a pair of Leyland PD3/1s with Roe L31/32RD body, new in 1960.
Photo taken Saturday 7 August 1965, Duke Street, Leeds
199. 2600WW
South Yorkshire 83, 2600WW, one of a pair of Leyland PD3/1s with Roe L31/32RD body, new in 1960.
Photo taken June 1972, Barnsley Bus Station
200. 2768NX
Stratford Blue garage with 2768NX, a Leyland PD3/4 with Willowbrook H41/32F body new in 1960 and 436GAC, a Leyland PSU3/3R built in 1963 with Duple C49F bodyalongside. Not the best of shots from across a busy road even then.
Photo taken August 1968, Guild Street, Stratford-upon-Avon Garage
201. 2872CD
Southdown 872, 2872CD, a Leyland PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH69F body, new in 1960
Photo taken Sunday 14 March 1965, Southern end of Victoria Gardens, Marlborough Place, Brighton
202. 6237UB
Kippax & District 6237UB, a Leyland PD3/1 with Roe body of 1960, makes one of its last journeys before the takeover of its routes by Leeds City Transport.
Photo taken March, 1968, Selby Road, Halton Hill
203. 6237UB
Kippax & District 6237UB, a Leyland PD3/1 with Roe body of 1960
Photo taken Monday 9 August 1965, in front of the Quarry Hill Flats, outside Leeds Central Bus Station
204. 6237UB
The former Kippax and District Leyland PD3/1 / Roe 6237UB spent its later years with the Londonderry and Lough Swilly company, from whom it was repatriated in 1983 as a candidate for the West Yorkshire Transport Museum. It was stored for a while outside a shed in the Carlinghow Mills complex at Batley along with a number of other unrestored vehicles, there only being enough undercover space for a few fully restored ones.
Photo taken October 1983, Carlinghow Mills, Batley
205. 6237UB
Kippax & District 6237UB was a Leyland PD3/1 with a Roe 41/32R body dating from 1960. It is seen about to make the sharp right turn into Leeds Road at the Cross Hills roundabout having come from Ledston Luck.
Photo taken Saturday 6 March 1965, Cross Hills, Kippax
206. 8154EL
Bournemouth 154, 8154EL, a Leyland PD3/1 with Weymann H37/25D body was seen at the garage.
Photo taken Sunday 14 July 1968, Bournemouth Garage
207. GJP16
Wigan 135, GJP16, was a Leyland PD3/2 with Northern Counties H40/30F body new in November 1960, last of six with the usual semi-random fleet numbers resulting from gap filling.
Photo taken Saturday 31 March 1973, adjacent to Northern Counties body works, Wigan Lane, Wigan
208. HZA227
Coras Iompair Eireann RA102, HZA227, a Leyland Titan PD3/2 built in 1960 with CIE H41/33R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1975, Dublin, Eire
209. MN44
Inside Peel depot, former Stratford Blue/Midland Red Willowbrook H41/32F bodied Leyland PD3A/1 of 1963 MN44 (formerly 668HNX, Stratford Blue number 1) keeps company with PSUC1/2 Willowbrook 9, 3680MN, of 1961. The saloon still exists in preservation, currently unrestored at Jurby Transport Museum.
Photo taken Thursday 28 June 1979, Peel Depot, Isle of Man
210. OCS108
A rather distant shot of Western SMT D1574, OCS108, a 1960 Leyland Titan PD3/3 with Burlingham body heading to Eaglesham from Glasgow.
Photo taken Wednesday 18 October 1972, Clyde Street, Glasgow
211. RCT3
The Delaine 50, RCT3, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Yeates H39/34RD body, new in June 1960 and withdrawn from service in December 1979.
Photo taken Sunday 2 November 2003, Open Day, LVVS Road Transport Museum, Lincoln
212. RCT3
Delaine of Bourne bought the only Yeates bodied double deckers, 50, RCT3 a Leyland Titan PD3/1 new in 1960 to go with only other one, 48 bought the year before.
Photo taken Tuesday 13 May 1980, Bourne
213. RCT3
Delaine of Bourne 50, RCT3, a Leyland Titan PD3/1 with Yeates H39/34RD body, new to Delaine in 1960.
Photo taken September 1969, Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough
214. RCT3
Delaine, Bourne 50, RCT3, was a Yeates H39/34RD bodied Leyland PD3/1 new in 1960 and was the second of the only two double-deckers built by Yeates, both for Delaine. It was seen in Peterborough Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 30 September 1961, Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough
215. RCT3
Delaine, Bourne 50, RCT3, was a Leyland PD3/1 with a Yeates H39/34RD body new in July 1960.
Photo taken Sunday 13 August 1967, Delaine Garage, Bourne
216. SGD407
Preserved former Glasgow L405, SGD407, a 1960 Leyland PD3/2 with Alexander H72F body
Photo taken Sunday 18 September 2005, Duxford
217. SGD407
Preserved former Glasgow L405, SGD407, a 1960 Leyland PD3/2 with Alexander H72F body. This has just been sold by its current owber but it's not clear where it's off to.
Photo taken Sunday 30 June 2013, Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
218. WBS1270
Calcutta State Transport Corporation WBS1270, an Ashok Leyland Titan with two door bodywork seen passing one of the distinctive articulated trams.
Photo taken Nov 1978, Calcutta
219. WBS1928
With a nearside fleetname abbreviated to Cal State Transport Corpn, WBS1928 is another standard design of Ashok Leyland PD2 with two door bodywork and a slightly different front panel.
Photo taken Nov 1978, Calcutta
220. WBS3943
Slightly more modern Calcutta State Transport Corporation WBS3943 with Ashok Leyland's take on the St Helens front for their PD3 derivative and full height sliding windows although the front of the upper deck looks odd with both sliding and half drop layouts.
Photo taken Nov 1978, Calcutta
221.
Seen in use as a site hut at Beamish Open Air Museum, this Roe bodied Leyland Titan was originally in the Huddersfield fleet. When photographed it was without a registration plate and the headlights and grille had been panelled over making identification difficult.
Photo taken 1986, Beamish Open Air Museum
222. 246AJF
Leicester 246, 246AJF, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Metro Cammell H41/33R body, new in September 1961.
Photo taken January 1972, London Road
223. 2887CD
Southdown Leyland PD3/4 887, 2887CD, with Northern Counties FH39/30F body, new in January 1961
Photo taken 1973, Portsmouth
224. 2912CD
An interesting shot of preserved 1931 Bedford WHB TM9347 with 14 seat Waveney coachwork posed next to Southdown 912, 2912CD, a 1961 Leyland PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH69F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1969, Pool Valley Bus Station, Brighton
225. 518WY
Severn of Dunscroft were one of the many small independent operators who served the Doncaster area. Over the years they bought a number of new buses, usually Leylands, often with Roe bodywork. Seen at Christ Church Doncaster is 518WY, one of a pair of 1961 Leyland Titan PD3/6 with front entrance Roe bodywork.
Photo taken Wednesday 17 June 1970, Christ Church, Doncaster
226. 518WY
T Severn & Sons 518WY, a Leyland PD3/4 with Roe H41/31F bodywork, seen at Christ Church in Doncaster loading for Dunscroft, a service operated jointly with Blue Line, Reliance and Doncaster Corporation.
Photo taken c. 1973, Christ Church, Doncaster
227. 571WY
Severn, Stainforth 517WY was a Leyland PD3/4 with a Roe H41/31F body seen turning from Thorne Road into East Laith Gate in Doncaster.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1970, Thorne Road/East Laith Gate, Doncaster
228. 6935CD
A London Country acquisition in 1975 was three ex-Southdown Queen Marys, which retained Southdown livery and were numbered in an LS class. Ex-Southdown PD3/Northern Counties LS3 6935CD leaves West Croydon Bus Station on route 409 to Lingfield, their normal home, although they also appeared on the 411.
Photo taken 1975/6, West Croydon Bus Station
229. 8819AZ
Ulsterbus 819, 8819AZ, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1961 with UTA FH39/30F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1975, Great Victoria Street Bus Station, Belfast
230. HEK705
Wigan Corporation 57, HEK705, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with Massey bodywork
Photo taken Saturday 20 May 2006, Manchester Museum of Transport
231. HEK705
Wigan Corporation 57, HEK705, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with locally built Massey body. After several batches of PD3s, Wigan reverted to the PD2 for its final front engined deliveries in 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 31 October 2009, Victoria Station, Manchester
232. HEK705
For most of their existence Massey produced well rounded bodywork with a very curved outline. Wigan 57, HEK705, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3A/2 shows that the rear was as equally shapely as the front.
Photo taken Saturday 5 December 2009, Manchester Museum of Transport
233. HEK705
Greater Manchester 3230, HEK705, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with Massey H41/29F body still in Wigan colours.
Photo taken Saturday 25 October 1980, Market Street, Wigan
234. HJP4
The evening sun glints off of two former Wigan vehicles at the now closed Melverly Street depot in Wigan. Both vehicles are wearing the GMT livery. The double decker is HJP4, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with Massey bodywork that was 49 in the Wigan fleet. The saloon also carries Massey bodywork and is a relatively rare Leyland Panther Cub new to Wigan in 1967 as their 22, EEK1F.
Photo taken Thursday 24 July 1975, Melverley Street Depot, Wigan
235. HJP5
Former Wigan 51, HJP5, was a Leyland PD3A/2 with a Northern Counties H40/30F body dating from 1961. In this view, it is seen working as a promotional bus for Sitges Patronat Municipal de Turisme, bearing the Spanish licence plate B-3640-FP.
Photo taken April 1992, Zaragoza, Spain
236. HJP7
Wigan Corporation's Northern Counties bodied Leyland Titan PD3s had a tall and stately air about them. They also had a similar window layout to Southdowns famous "Queen Marys". The small window was used to allow for equal sized windows on both decks. Seen in Wigan bus station is 70, HJP7, a 1961 example on PD3A/2 chassis.
Photo taken Sunday 25 July 1976, Wigan Bus Station
237. HZA274
CIE RA149, HZA274, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3/2 with 7 bay CIE bodywork seen in Dublin in 1979. These buses give a hint of what a 30 foot Leyland body may have looked like.
Photo taken Saturday 23 September 1978, Dublin
238. LHG535
An East Lancs H41/32F body is carried by Leyland PD3/6 of Burnley Colne & Nelson, fleet number 235 LHG535 built in 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 19 May 1973, Depot
239. LHG536
Burnley 236, LHG536, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with East Lancs body. This bus would later run for Lancaster City Council.
Photo taken 1973, Burnley Bus Station
240. LHG536
In 1961 Burnley Colne & Nelson bought six Leyland Titan PD3/6 with front entrance East Lancs front entrance bodywork. Some sixteen years later the whole batch were sold to Lancaster. Seen here in its new guise is Lancaster's 536, LHG536.
Photo taken 1977, Hala Square Terminus, Lancaster
241. LHG537
Lancaster City Council 537 LHG537, a Leyland Titan PD3/6 built in 1961 with East Lancashire H41/32F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Lancaster Bus Station
242. PCK358
Ribble 1717, PCK358, a Leyland PD3/5 with Metro-Cammell H41/31F body new in May 1961.
Photo taken Lime Street, Liverpool
243. PCK361
Ribble 1720, PCK361, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 with Metro Cammell H41/31F body new in 1961.
Photo taken c.1966, Morecambe Depot Yard
244. PCK369
Ribble 1728, PCK369, a Leyland PD3 with MCW H72F body, new in 1961.
Photo taken Monday 27 June 1966, Bridge Street, Carlisle
245. PCK383
For many years the backbone of the Ribble Merseyside fleet were Leyland Titan PD3/5s with Burlingham or MCW full front bodywork. 1961 example 1742, PCK383, with MCW body rests at the rear of the former Ribble bus station in Skelhorn Street with the roof of Lime Street station in the background
Photo taken 1976, Hilbre Street, Liverpool
246. PCK394
Ribble Motor Services 1753, PCK394, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 built in 1961 with Metro-Cammell FH41/31F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Lancaster Bus Station
247. PRN761
Preston 2, PRN761, one of the Leyland PD2/10s with Leyland L27/26R bodywork rebuilt to PD3/6 standards and converted to H38/32F seen here at the garage. It had been new in 1952 as ECK509 and was rebuilt in 1961 retaining its original fleet number.
Photo taken Sunday 18 April 1971, Preston
248. PRN808
Preston 16, PRN908, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with MCW front entrance body
Photo taken August 1973, Preston Bus Station
249. PRN910
Preston Corporation 18, PRN910, seen in Preston Bus Station, was one of seven Leyland PD3/4s with Metro-Cammell H39/31F bodies new in October 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1972, Preston Bus Station
250. RCS362
RCS362, Western SMT 1664, a Leyland PD3A/3 built in 1961 with Alexander L35/32R body. Pictured at Ayr on a Sunday school private hire and showing the self-advertisement for Western long distance coach services, £3.25 to London. Western later changed the livery to include cream wheels, which were much harder to keep smart.
Photo taken July 1971, Sandgate, Ayr
251. RCS371
Western S.M.T. 1673, RCS371, was one of thirty-five Leyland PD3A/3s with Alexander L35/32RD bodies which entered service in 1961. It is here seen outside the Western S.M.T. office in Dumfries.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
252. RCS386
Western SMT AD1688, RCS386, a Leyland Titan PD3A/3 built in 1961 with Northern Counties L35/32RD bodywork.
Photo taken June 1971, Knockcushan Street, Girvan
253. RCS390
Western S.M.T. 1692, RCS390, was a Northern Counties L35/32RD bodied Leyland PD3A/3 new in 1961 seen in Dumfries.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
254. RMS677
Former Alexander (Midland) RB245, RMS677, was one of their unusual Leyland OPS2 rebuilds, becoming a PD3/3 and given a new Alexander lowbridge body in 1961.
Photo taken Friday 31 March 2006, Cornavin Station, Geneva, Switzerland
255. RMS689
Alexander Midland RB257, RMS689, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3/3C, a chassis unique to the Alexander organisation as it was made from rebuilt Leyland Tiger PS1 and OPS1 buses. Alexander lowbridge bodywork is carried.
Photo taken October 1971, Buchanan Street Bus Station, Glasgow
256. SBN760
Squirrels SBN760, ex-SELNEC and still in their livery, originally Bolton Corporation 156, Leyland PD3/4 with East Lancs H41/32F body, new in March 1961.
Photo taken September 1974, Ipswich
257. SGD432
Glasgow Corporation Transport L430, SGD432, a Leyland PD3/2 with Alexander H41/31F body operating from Parkhead Garage on a "special" to Robroyston Hospital.
Photo taken May 1972, Parliamentary Road, Glasgow
258. SGD446
Glasgow bought a large number of front entrance Leylands and AECs with Alexander front entrance bodywork to complete the change from trams to buses. Seen in evening sun in Glasgow is L444, SGD446, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3/2.
Photo taken Thursday 14 September 1972, Sauchiehall Street
259. SWG625
Alexander Midland MRB269, SWG625, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3A/3 with Alexander body alongside is earlier Leyland Titan PD3/3 MRB176 KWG637, also with Alexander body. MRB176 carries the earlier full width bonnet while MRB269 carries a St Helens front
Photo taken October 1971, Buchanan Street Bus Station, Glasgow
260. SWG625
Alexander (Midland) PD3A/3 MRB269, reg.no. SWG625, with Alexander L35/32R body built in 1961, sitting adjacent to the new bus station being completed at Killermont St, Glasgow. The" Albion " front may have been on a Lowlander at one time! The bus is sitting what now would be Renfrew Street, and appropriately enough a "bus lane" towards the vehicle entrance/exit of Buchanan Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 29 January 1977, Killermont St Bus Station/Renfrew Street, Glasgow
261. UCX404
Huddersfield 404, UCX404, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with Roe H39/31F body, new in 1961
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Huddersfield Station/St. George's Square
262. UCX406
Huddersfield Corporation bought their first motor buses for thirty years in 1961 which were Leyland Titan PD3A/2 chassis with Roe bodywork. 406, UCX406, is seen in Huddersfield town centre some ten years later
Photo taken 1972, Upperhead Row, Huddersfield
263. 264ERY
Guide Friday 264ERY, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1962 with Park Royal O41/33R bodywork.
Photo taken August 1982, Stratford-upon-Avon
264. 265ERY
Leicester City Transport 265, 265ERY, 1962 Leyland PD3A/1/Park Royal H41/33R on hire to Blackburn.
Photo taken Saturday 3 June 1978, Darwen Circus
265. 316DUA
Leeds 316, 316DUA, a Leyland PD3A/2 with Weymann H39/31R body, new in 1962
Photo taken Monday 9 August 1965, in front of the Quarry Hill Flats, outside Leeds Central Bus Station
266. 418XTF
Accrington Corporation No.159, 418XTF, an East Lancs H32/28R bodied Leyland PD3A/1 of 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 19 May 1973, Accrington Garage
267. 475HDT
Doncaster bought this Leyland Titan PD3/4 175, 475HDT, in 1962 and fitted it with a Roe front entrace body. The bus passed to South Yorks PTE in 1974 and was withdrawn in 1976. Three years later, it was converted into a recovery vehicle in which guise it is seen here. It was re-registered as OWJ353A in 1986
Photo taken Sunday 19 July 2009, at Elland Road, Leeds
268. 476HDT
Doncaster Corporation 176, 476HDT, one of a batch of four Leyland PD3/4s of 1962 with Roe H38/32F bodywork. With the formation of the SYPTE on 1 April 1974, it passed to them and was renumbered 1176.
Photo taken c. 1973, Christ Church, Doncaster
269. 556DUA
Kippax & District 556DUA, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Roe body of 1962 makes the once a year service between Garforth and Barwick on the specially-licenced shuttle operation for the annual Barwick Maypole Day.
Photo taken 1966, Long Lane, Barwick-in-Elmet
270. 556DUA
Kippax & District 556DUA was a Leyland PD3A/1 with Roe H41/32R body of 1962.
Photo taken 1966, Barwick Road, Garforth
271. 556DUA
Kippax & District 556DUA, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Roe H41/32R body of 1962.
Photo taken 1966, Main Street, Berwick-in-Elmet
272. 556DUA
Stoniers became part of the Berresford's operation in 1978 but is kept as a separate entity. 556DUA is one of a pair of ex Wallace Arnold vehicles, in this case from the Kippax Omnibus operation, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Roe H41/32RD bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 12 May 1973, Hanley Bus Station
273. 556DUA
556DUA was number 10 in the fleet of Stonier, Goldenhill and was a Leyland PD3A/1 with a Roe H41/32RD body which had been new to Kippax Motors, Leeds in October 1962, being acquired from them in April 1968.
Photo taken Sunday 20 June 1971
274. 6914CD
Southdown 914, 6914CD, a Leyland PD3/5 with Northern Counties FH39/30F body, built in 1962. In 1975 it was sold to the China Motor Bus, Hong Kong.
Photo taken 1966, Chichester Cross, Chichester
275. 6921CD
China Motor Bus PD516, BJ341, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork built in 1962 and originally Southdown 921, 6921CD. Exported in 1975, it remained in service until 1985
Photo taken 1983, Hong Kong
276. 6925CD
Southdown 925, 6925CD, was a Leyland PD3/5 with their distinctive Northern Counties FH39/30F bodies dating from 1962.
Photo taken 1966, Chichester Bus Station
277. 6930CD
China Motor Bus of Hong Kong PD525, BJ2015, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 built in 1962 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1981, Hong Kong
278. 736CVD
736CVD, a Leyland PD3/2 with Alexander H72F body built 1962, and operated by John Carmichael ("Highland"), Glenboig, one of two Titans tagged on to an order for GCT, of which Stephen Allcroft has recently referred.
Photo taken Sunday 7 October 1973, Larbert Road Garage, Falkirk
279. 779YTB
Leigh ran an all lowbridge fleet until 1958 when the first Lolines were purchased. The last lowbridge machines were delivered in 1962, a pair of Leyland Titan PD3A/1s with East Lancs L34/32R bodies. The former 37, 779YTB, is seen in GMTPTE days having been renumbered 6937 in the PTE series.
Photo taken 1976, Leigh Depot
280. 80NVO
80NVO is a front entrance Leyland PD3/4 with a L33/32F Northern Counties body. Delivered to South Notts in 1962 it was their last bus ordered with offside sunken gangway.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 2016, Portland Road Depot, Hucknall
281. 80NVO
South Notts, Gotham, 80, 80NVO, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1962 with Northern Counties L33/32F bodywork.
Photo taken Garage, Gotham
282. 961GBF
Turner, Brown Edge, Staffordshire, 6, 961GBF, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 from 1962 with Massey H41/31F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1969, Hanley bus station
283. 961GBF
Stonier's PD3 5, 961GBF, a Leyland PD3/4 with Massey H41/31F body new in September 1962 on the route to Bentilee.
Photo taken Hanley Bus Station
284. 961GBF
Stonier, Goldenhill 5, 961GBF, a Leyland PD3/4 with a Massey H41/31F body, was seen at the garage at Goldenhill.
Photo taken Sunday 20 June 1971, Goldenhill
285. GHD763
Yorkshire W.D. 891, GHD763, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F, new in 1962.
Photo taken 1963
286. GHD765
Yorkshire Woollen bought both AEC and Leyland front entrance double deckers prior to switching to rear engined types in the mid-sixties. Seen here is DHD177, a 1959 AEC Regent V with MCW bodywork originally numbered 797 but renumbered in the sixties to 66. Alongside is 893, GHD765, a 1962 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with MCW boywork.
Photo taken 1994, Halifax Bus Rally
287. GHD765
Yorkshire Woollen were firm Leyland users for many years but bought AEC Regents in the 1950s. In 1962 Leyland supplied a batch of Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with MCW bodywork. 893, GHD765, shows off the spartan lines of these buses.
Photo taken 1992, Church Street Car Park, Halifax
288. GHD765
After buying several batches of AEC Regent Vs, Yorkshire Woollen switched back to Leyland Titans in 1962. GHD765, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with MCW bodywork, was originally numbered 893 in the YWD fleet.
Photo taken 1972, Dewsbury
289. GHD765
Ex YWD 893, GHD765 a 1962 Leyland PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F body, seen here at the Dewsbury Bus Museum open day.
Photo taken Sunday 18 November 2012, Dewsbury Bus Museum
290. GHD765
GHD765, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro Cammell H39/31F body, new in 1962 to Yorkshire Woollen District as its 893, later renumbered 102, and then again to 511. It passed to coach operator Norman Boyes of Bradford in the mid-1970's, in whose livery it is seen here.
Photo taken 1977, Little Horton, Bradford
291. GHD765
Ex YWD 893, GHD765 a 1962 Leyland PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F body which survived by joining the fleet of Norman Boyes of Wyke, Bradford (we have many pictures of this bus on the site). It subsequently entered preservation but now appears to have found a new life in Krakow, Poland as a snack bar. Apart from the external blind and a few removable windows it appears to have been sympathetically adapted and thus capable of re-entering preservation. It also retains genuine YWD destination blinds.
Photo taken Friday 18 September 2015, Krakow, Poland
292. GHD769
Yorkshire Woollen District 106, GHD769, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F body, new in 1962 as 897 and renumbered in 1967.
Photo taken September 1970, (The original) Brighouse Bus Station
293. MN59
Isle of Man Passenger Transport Board tree lopper MN59, Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1962/3 with Northern Counties bodywork.
Photo taken July 1985, Isle of Man, south of Snaefell
294. RCK920
Despite being early users of the Atlantean, Ribble returned to the tried and tested Titan for new deliveries in the early sixties. This Leyland Titan PD3/5 1775, RCK920, dates from 1962 and carries a MCW full front body.
Photo taken Sunday 24 April 2011, Brough
295. RCK920
A nearside view of Ribble Lyland Titan PD3/5 1775, RCK920, a 1962 example with full front MCW body. The unusual sliding door adopted by Ribble can be clearly seen.
Photo taken Sunday 29 May 2011, Marine Drive, Morecambe
296. RCK920
For many years Skipton was the most easterly outpost of the Ribble empire. 1775, RCK920, a 1962 Leyland Titan PD3/5 with full front MCW bodywork recalls those days as it swings out of Skipton bus station at the Aire Valley Running Day.
Photo taken Sunday 13 October 2013, Skipton Bus Station
297. TSD285
A 1 service Leyland PD3/2 with Alexander H72F body built in 1962 was originally TSD285 but has appeared in recent years with two other registrations. Seen at Kilwinning at a Country Fair, the body is almost identical to Glasgow's PD3s (apart from the interior seats etc.), and was probably "tagged on" to the GCT order.
Photo taken Sunday 21 July 1996, Eglington Park, Kilwinning, Ayrshire
298. TSD285
Docherty, Irvine 21 (A.1. Service) TSD285 was a Leyland PD3/2 with an Alexander H41/31F body new in March 1962 and seen at the Parkhouse Stance, Ardrossan.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1964, Parkhouse Stance, Ardrossan
299. UBN901
SELNEC Northern 6668, UBN901, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 built in 1962 with East Lancashire FH41/32F bodywork, new as Bolton 168.
Photo taken March 1974, Soho Street, Bolton
300. UBN902
Bolton 169, UBN902, a Leyland PD3A/2 with East Lancs FH41/32F body of 1962.
Photo taken early 1964, Howell Croft Bus Station
301. UBN907
SELNEC Northern's former Bolton Corporation 174, UBN907, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with East Lancashire FH41/32F body, new in 1962. Though SELNEC commenced operations in November the previous year (1969), there is nothing here to suggest that Bolton Corporation didn't still reign supreme.
Photo taken 5 July 1970, Bolton
302. WVH411
Huddersfield Corporation (as opposed to the Joint Committee) bought their first motor buses as late as 1962 having been an all trolleybus fleet until then. 411, WVH411, is a 1962 Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with Roe front entrance bodywork. The bus is seen after sale to OK Motor Services the well known North East independent.
Photo taken 1979, Bishop Auckland Market Place
303. WVH420
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, WVH420, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 built in 1962/3 with Roe H39/31F bodywork. Formerly 4420 with Metro Kirklees this had been new as Huddersfield 420.
Photo taken April 1977, Bishop Auckland Market Place
304. XHE219
Yorkshire Traction 1219, XHE219, a 1962 Leyland PD3A/1 with Northern Counties H73F body, later renumbered 712.
Photo taken 1975, Barnsley Depot
305. XHE229
Yorkshire Traction 722, XHE229 a 1962 Leyland PD3A/1/Northern Counties H41/32F originally fleet no. 1229
Photo taken Tuesday 20 July 1976, Derby Bus Station
306. YFR352
Blackpool 352, YFR352, a 1962 Leyland Titan PD3/1 with MCW full fronted bodywork.
Photo taken August 1973, Blackpool
307. 195NDT
Doncaster Corporation 195, 195NDT, a Leyland PD3/4 with Roe H40/32F body from 1963, seen here in Rotherham two years later en-route for Sheffield
Photo taken Friday 6 August 1965, Bridge Street, Rotherham
308. 195NDT
Doncaster Corporation 195, 195NDT, a 1963 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with front entrance Roe bodywork.
Photo taken 1973, Doncaster
309. 264ERY
264ERY is a Park Royal bodied Leyland PD3A/1, new to Leicester City Transport in January 1963 and withdrawn in November 1977. It was sold to Guide Friday Tours of Stratford upon Avon in January 1978 and converted by Willowbrook to an open top layout. It entered service with Guide Friday in April 1978 and worked until 2000. The LTHT acquired it in June 2011. It is seen passing Renown CBC921
Photo taken Sunday 7 September 2014, Car Park at National Space Museum
310. 31SNY
This is the upper saloon of Rhymney Valley District Council 31, 31SNY which had come into that fleet from Caerphilly Urban District Council, with whom it was also 31. It was a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Massey L35/33RD bodywork. The lowbridge seating is formed of two two-seat assemblies side-by-side but slightly staggered.
Photo taken Tuesday 26 June 1979, Caerphilly Depot, Mill Road
311. 328CNW
Leeds 328, 328GNW, Leyland PD3A/2 with Weymann Orion H39/31R body, new in October 1963, taken during PTE days, looking definitely worse for wear.
Photo taken May/June 1975, Thornton Road, Bradford
312. 402CKG
East Lancs H38/32R bodywork was carried by a batch of Leyland PD3A/1 delivered to Cardiff in 1963. Seen here in Cardiff bus station is 402, 402CKG.
Photo taken Saturday 6 September 1969, Cardiff Bus Station
313. 410DCD
Southdown 3210, 410DCD, a 1963 Leyland PD3/4/NCME FCO39/30F, one of the two PD3s operating the service on this occasion.
Photo taken Tuesday 15 September 1981, Top of Beachy Head
314. 411DCD
Southdown 3211, 411DCD a 1963 Leyland PD3/4/NCME FCO39/30F.
Photo taken Tuesday 15 September 1981, Beachy Head Road
315. 413DCD
Leyland PD3/4 L03367 on road test from the Leyland works before delivery to Northern Counties for bodying as FCO39/30F. It became Southdown 413, 413DCD, in May 1964.
Photo taken Tuesday 29 October 1963, Broadfield Drive, Leyland
316. 414DCD
Southdown 3214, 414DCD, a 1963 Leyland PD3/4/NCME FCO39/30F on hire to Western National/Devon General.
Photo taken Wednesday 3 August 1983, Torquay
317. 477HDT
This isn't a toy bus but a picture of ex Doncaster Corporation 177, 477HDT, a 1963 Leyland PD3/4 with Roe H40/32F body, taken in Alaska
Photo taken 2002, Alaska, USA
318. 6162RU
Isle of Man Road Services 22, WMN8, a 1957 Leyland Tiger Cub with Weymann bodywork. Alongside is 73, LMN73, a 1963 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Weymann bodywork that originated in the Bournemouth fleet as their 162, 6162RU.
Photo taken August 1986, Douglas Station, Isle of Man
319. 6162RU
A shot of Bournemouth PD3 162, 6162RU, taken in the summer of 1967 at Alum Chine, on route 17 from Bournemouth Square to Alum Chine. It was a one man bus in winter using Tiger Cubs, and two man operation in summer. 162 was more usually to be found on route 1, Bournemouth to Somerford via Christcurch.
Photo taken early June 1967, Alum Chine, Bournemouth
320. 6165RU
Bournemouth Corporation 165, 6165RU, a 1963 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Weymann body. These were the first post war buses in Bournemouth not to have a two door layout. This bus was sold to Isle of Man Road Services in 1974 and is seen at their depot in Douglas carrying full Bournemouth livery although re-registered in the Isle of Man as LMN76.
Photo taken August 1986, Douglas Station, Isle of Man
321. 6167RU
Seen attending the Saltaire Running Day on 2 July is Bournemouth Coporation 167, 6167RU, a 1963 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Weymann 68 seat bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 2 July 2017, Higher Coach Road, Saltaire
322. 6168RU
Isle of Man Road Services 79, LMN79, was ex-Bournemouth 168, a Weymann bodied Leyland PD3A/1 of 1963.
Photo taken Friday 5 September 1975, Ramsey Bus Station, Isle of Man
323. 669HNX
Billown Lime Quarries, Ballasalla, Isle of Man, owned MN44, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 from 1963 with Willowbrook H41/32F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1985, Castletown, Isle of Man
324. 82HBC
Leicester City Transport 82, 82HBC, 1963 Leyland PD3A/1/East Lancs H41/33R on hire to Blackburn.
Photo taken Saturday 3 June 1978, Bolton Road, Darwen
325. 909EUM
Farsley Omnibus (like their fellow Wallace Arnold subsidiary Kippax & District) operated these smart Roe H41/32RD Leyland PD3As. 909EUM, a PD3A/1, entered service in 1963.
Photo taken 1967, Wallace Arnold Gelderd Road Depot, Leeds
326. 909EUM
When Wallace Arnold sold it stage carriage subsiduaries to Leeds in 1969, no vehicles were involved in the deal. 909EUM, a 1963 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with smart Roe bodywork, went from Farsley Omnibus to Stonier of New Chapel in Staffordshire and is seen in Stoke on Trent in 1977.
Photo taken 1977, Hanley Bus Station, Stoke-on-Trent
327. 909EUM
The second of a pair of Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Roe H41/32RD bodywork, 909EUM came to Stoniers from Hardwicks Services of Scarborough. Seen at Hanley bus station with a full and standing load in an undated picture from the Wimborne Railway Society archive.
Photo taken 1980, Hanley Bus Station
328. 964CUF
Two Southdown PD3s, 964, 964CUF and to the left 953, 953CUF, part of a batch of Leyland PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH69F bodies delivered in 1963
Photo taken Sunday 14 March 1965, Pool Valley Bus Station, Brighton
329. LMN73
LMN73 was a Leyland PD3A/1 with Weymann H39/30F body new to Bournemouth Corporation in 1963 as 162 (6162RU), sold to IOM Road Services in 1974. It is seen here loading at Port Erin on the Douglas service – unfortunately the three other friends I was with got on and I didn’t!
Photo taken Saturday 30 June 1979, Bridson Street, Port Erin, Isle of Man
330. LMN76
Isle of Man Road Services LMN76 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1963 with Weymann H39/30F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1985, Douglas station yard
331. LMN77
Isle of Man Road Services 49, LMN77, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Weymann H39/30F body bought in 1974 from Bournemouth Corporation, new in October 1963 as their 166, 6166RU. It was withdrawn later in 1983 and sold to a dealer.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 June 1983, King Edward Road/Summer Hill Road, Douglas Promenade, Isle of Man
332. LMN80
Isle of Man National Transport 52, LMN80, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Weymann H39/30F body. New to Bournemouth Corporation as their 169 (6169RU) in 1963 it passed to Isle of Man Road Services in 1974 as their 80, passing again to IOMNT in 1976.
Photo taken June 1983, Sound Terminus, near Port Erin, Isle of Man
333. LMN81
Rear view of three Isle of Man National Transport double deckers, on the right 53, LMN81, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Weymann H39/30F body, new to Bournemouth Corporation in 1963, acquired in 1974, and on the left 72, 67UMN, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R new in 1964, originally registered as 7MAN.
Photo taken Monday 30 May 1983, Douglas Station, Isle of Man
334. MN57
One of three former Stratford Blue/Midland Red Leyland PD3/4s converted to open top by IOM National Transport, MN57 was formerly 536EUE which was Stratford Blue 36 new in 1963. Converted to open top in April 1979, this Northern Counties-bodied Titan is now in Holland whilst sister bus 537EUE (MN58) is in Ireland.
Photo taken Wednesday 27 June 1979, Douglas, Isle Of Man
335. MN58
On honeymoon in 1980 I tried to recreate an earlier picture from almost the same location, not least because the signage to Summerland was still present. This is Leyland PD3 58, MN58, new to Stratford Blue as 37, 537EUE in 1963. A couple of MER open vehicles are also seen on the left.
Photo taken Monday 25 August 1980, Douglas, Isle of Man
336. TCK815
Various Ribble Leyland Titan PD3/5 / Metro Cammell H41/31F including on the left 1815, TCK815.
Photo taken Wednesday 30 September 1981, Morecambe Depot Yard
337. TCK821
Former Ribble 1821, TCK821, a 1963 Leyland Titan PD3 with Metro Cammell body.
Photo taken Tuesday 1 January 2013, Winchester
338. TCK821
Ribble 1821, TCK821, Leyland Titan PD3/5 / Metro Cammell H41/31F.
Photo taken Thursday 2 July 1981, Euston Road, Morecambe
339. TCK829
Ribble 1829, TCK829, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 with Metro-Cammell FH41/31F body, new in 1963.
Photo taken 1973, Liverpool, near the Pier Head
340. TCK837
Ribble 1837, TCK837, a Leyland Titan PD3 / Metro Cammell FH41/31F.
Photo taken Monday 1 September 1980, entering Talbot Road BS, Blackpool
341. TCK841
Preserved former Ribble 1841, now registered as AAO771A, a Leyland PD3 / MCW, new in 1963
Photo taken Sunday 26 June 2005, Blackpool
342. TCK841
This is a bus that has successfully passed the technical checkup in France as a Vintage Commercial Vehicle on 15th July. Assuming the fleet number is correct, its Ribble 1841, a Leyland PD3/5 with Metro Cammell FH41/31F body, new in May 1963 with registration TCK841.
Photo taken Tuesday 15 July 2014, France
343. TCK842
Ribble 1842, TCK842, a Leyland Titan PD3 / Metro Cammell H41/31F new in 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 6 September 1980, Ribble Morecambe Depot Yard
344. TCK850
Ribble 1850, TCK850, a Leyland Titan PD3/5 / Metro Cammell H41/31F.
Photo taken Thursday 2 July 1981, Scale Hall Lane, Lancaster
345. TCK850
Ribble 1850, TCK850, was numerically the last Leyland Titan PD3 new to Ribble.
Photo taken October 1976, Heysham Road, Morecambe
346. TCP53
Halifax Corporation 53, TCP53, a Leyland PD3/4 with Weymann H40/32F body, new 1963.
Photo taken Tuesday 30 March 1971, The Hough, Northowram
347. TRN386
Preston Corporation 84, TRN386, a 1963 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with front entrance MCW bodywork.
Photo taken 1977, Lancaster Road, Preston
348. TRN390
Preston Corporation 88, TRN390, one of seven new in November 1963, was a Leyland PD3A/1 with a Metro-Cammell H39/31F body and is seen in Preston Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1972, Preston Bus Station
349. WVH424
West Yorkshire PTE 4424, WVH424 a 1963 Leyland PD3A/2 with Roe H39/31F bodywork ex Huddersfield No. 424, making a rather risky looking manoeuvre at Rishworth to work the 12:12 61 back to Halifax.
Photo taken Saturday 2 September 1978, Cunning Corner Inn, Rishworth
350.
Port Elizabeth 157, CB54722, a Leyland PD3/5 with Busaf FH42/30F body, new in February 1964, one of a batch of about 20.
Photo taken October 1968, Main Library, Baakens Street/Market Square, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
351. 110HBU
Oldham C T 110, 110HBU, a Leyland PD3/5 built in 1964 with a Roe H41/32F body seen here in Rochdale at the terminus of the 24, which ran from Rochdale to Manchester and was joint with Rochdale and Manchester.
Photo taken 1965, Smith Street, Rochdale
352. 3282HE
A line up of withdrawn Yorkshire Traction PD3A's with Northern Counties bodies. Nearest the camera is 729, 3282HE new in 1964 as fleet no. 1282. When new these buses had much bigger destination displays.
Photo taken c.1977, Upper Sheffield Road Depot, Barnsley
353. 376DFR
The last few full-front buses with Blackpool just managed to see in the 'eighties. They were all from the 371-380 batch which were the only PD3As in the fleet with this style of bodywork, which didn't sit very well on the St. Helen's front. In January 1980 376, 376DFR, is serving as a shelter at Cabin, which was the end of a section of tramway reduced to single line for winter relaying.
Photo taken Wednesday 30 January 1980, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Queen's Promenade, Blackpool
354. 377DFR
Blackpool Corporation 377, 377DFR a 1964 Leyland PD3A/1/Metro-Cammell FH41/30R, on loan to Warrington.
Photo taken Saturday 22 July 1978, Merrick Close Terminus, Greenwood Crescent, near Padgate, Warrington
355. 406DCD
Preserved ex-Southdown 'Queen Mary' 406, 406DCD, is a 1964 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with a Northern Counties FCO30/39F Body. It is seen here in West Tarring (Worthing) waiting to pick up a wedding party.
Photo taken Friday 9 September 2005, Lenhurst Way, Tarring, West Worthing
356. 409DCD
Southdown 409, 409DCD, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FCO39/30F body, new in June 1964.
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 2004, Watercress Line Rally, Alton
357. 409DCD
Southdown Queen Mary 409, 409DCD, at the loading point at the Southdown Centenary Rally site.
Photo taken Sunday 7 June 2015, Southdown Centenary Rally, Southsea
358. 411DCD
Southdown Leyland Titan PD3/4 411, 411DCD, with Northern Counties FCO39/30F body, new in 1964.
Photo taken Thursday 25 June 1981, Grand Parade, Eastbourne
359. 415DCD
Maypole Coaches, Liverpool, 22 PRX187B, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1964 with Northern Counties FCO39/30F bodywork.
Photo taken Piece Hall, Halifax
360. 416DCD
Southdown 416, 416DCD, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FCO39/30F body, new in March 1964, and seen here on a grey day in Brighton in March 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 14 March 1965, Old Steine, Brighton
361. 416DCD
Southdown cars 416 and 275. Both are Leyland Titan PD3/4's with Northern Counties 69 seat bodywork. 416, 416DCD, is a convertible open topper delivered in 1964, and 275, BUF275C, is a fixed roof version delivered in 1965.
Photo taken April 1967, Old Steine, Brighton
362. 416DCD
Southdown Queen Mary 416, reregistered PRX190B, with Harris of Grays. Seen here with its roof on at their depot in May 1989.
Photo taken Sunday 21 May 1989, Grays
363. 417DCD
Cleveland Transit purchased the former Southdown 417, 417DCD, which arrived at Stockton carrying its original restoration and roof, but was reregistered to PRX189B and entered service in open top form as a private hire vehicle. Carrying fleet number 500 it is seen in the company of East Yorkshire Routemaster 801 the former RM732 WLT732 at Ludlam Street depot Bradford on the occasion of a West Yorkshire Transport Museum open day. Happily the Queen Mary is now preserved as Southdown 417 but still carrying the PRX189B registration. Many of the DCD series registrations were retained by Southdown and put on Leyland Nationals in 1981 and subsequently moved on to Leyland Tiger coaches in 1984 and 417DCD was one of the latter.
Photo taken 1988, Ludlam Street, Bradford
364. 418DCD
United AS 3218, 418DCD, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1964 with Northern Counties FCO39/30F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1979, Scarborough Bus Station
365. 422DCD
Former Southdown 422, 422DCD, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FCO39/30F body, new in May 1964 has had a very tasteful conversion to a bar.
Photo taken Friday 1 September 2017, East Cliff, Bournemouth
366. 424DCD
Preserved Southdown 424, 424DCD, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FCO39/30F body, new in May 1964
Photo taken Sunday 6 June 2004, Southend
367. 424DCD
Preserved Southdown 424, 424DCD, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FCO39/30F body, new in May 1964
Photo taken Sunday 6 June 2010, Clacton
368. 670HNX
MAN10M, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1964 with Willowbrook bodywork. This had been new as Stratford Blue 3 with registration 670HNX but found its way to the Isle of Man (via Midland Red) where it served in the Isle of Man National Transport fleet registered MN63.
Photo taken July 1985, Douglas Station, Isle of Man
369. 672HNX
Stratford Blue 5, 672HNX, a Willowbrook bodied PD3A/1 picking up visitors who have been to see "Mrs Shakespeare's "house at Shottery. On the website, there is no mention of a bus service to/from Stratford nowadays..... Some of this batch of 8 vehicles were sold to Isle of Man Transport. Comparing an earlier photo in BBF 7, this one has had a larger destination screen fitted at some point.
Photo taken Aug 1968, Church Lane, Shottery, Stratford Upon Avon
370. 68UMN
Isle of Man RS 68, 68UMN, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1964 with Metro-Cammell H41/32R bodywork. Formerly registered 8MAN, it had been 61, becoming 58 in 1968 and then as above in 1970.
Photo taken July 1976, Douglas Bus Station
371. 80NVO
South Notts Leyland Titan PD3 80, 80NVO, with Northern Counties L33/32F body. This bus ran for a further three years and was subsequently preserved.
Photo taken Saturday 4 April 1981, South Notts Gotham depot
372. 82HBC
Leicester 82, 82HBC, a 1964 East Lancs bodied Leyland Titan PD3A/1 is seen after withdrawal and sale to local independent Astill and Jordon of Ratby.
Photo taken Saturday 2 October 1982, St Margaret's Bus Station, Leicester
373. 89HBC
Hull never bought any Leyland Titans for passenger service but they did buy an ex-Leicester example for the learner fleet in the late eighties. Leicester 89, 89HBC, a 1964 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with East Lancs body is seen as a carnival float in Hull in 1995. Platform doors were fitted and an all white training livery is carried.
Photo taken August 1995, Anlaby Road
374. 90HBC
90HBC is an East Lancs bodied Leyland PD3A/1 new to LCT in February 1964 and withdrawn in September 1978. It then spent 20 years with Bushey Middle School in Surrey before being acquired for preservation in 2000; restoration was completed in 2013
Photo taken Sunday 7 September 2014, London Road
375. 967CUF
Southdown 967, 967CUF, a standard Leyland PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork from the 1964 batch.
Photo taken Tuesday 15 November 1966, Cavendish Place depot and coach station, Eastbourne
376. ASC667B
Edinburgh Corporation 667, ASC667B, a Leyland Titan PD3/6 built in 1964 with Alexander H41/29F bodywork. Operating route 12 Broomhouse with Edinburgh's handsome livery showing well in the sun.
Photo taken August 1974, St Andrew Square
377. ASC685B
Edinburgh Corporation 685, ASC685B, an Alexander bodied Leyland PD3/6
Photo taken Scott Monument/Jenners, Princes Street
378. AVH635B
Yorkshire Traction 745, AVH635B, a 1964 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with front entrance Roe bodywork. This bus came to Yorkshire Traction in 1968 from the County Motors of Huddersfield fleet when it was absorbed by YTC.
Photo taken 1970, Wakefield Bus Station
379. AVH636B
County Motors 106, AVH636B, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Roe H42/31F body, new in 1964. It passed to Yorkshire Traction with the rest of the fleet on 1st October 1968.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Lord Street, Huddersfield
380. BWW654B
T Severn of Dunscroft operated BWW654B, this 1964 Leyland PD3/4 with Roe front entrance bodywork. It passed with the business to South Yorkshire PTE in 1979 where it became fleet number 1156. Later in life it was cut down becoming a service vehicle.
Photo taken Tuesday 30 May 1978, Severn's depot, Dunscroft
381. FTD249B
FTD249B was number 27 in the Darwen fleet and was a Leyland PD3A/1 with an East Lancs H41/31F body.
Photo taken Friday 6 August 1965, Market Street, Darwen
382. FTD250B
Darwen 28, FTD250B, was a Leyland PD3A/1 with East Lancs H41/31F body new in 1964.
Photo taken Friday 6 August 1965, Market Street, Darwen
383. FTE630B
Strange where you come across buses - on the floor of the Olympia Exhibition Hall is former Rawtenstall 30, FTE630B, a Leyland PD3/4 originally with an East Lancs H41/32F body, new in August 1964.
Photo taken Thursday 26 April 2007, London Olympia
384. NZE614
In the 1964 CIE built a small number of "new" double dckers using mechanical parts from withdrawn Leyland saloons. The new chassis were designated PD3A/6 and were given Park Royal bodywork supplied in kit form to CIE. R905, NZE614, in central Dublin in 1978.
Photo taken 1978, Dublin
385. NZE623
In 1964 CIE placed in service a number of Leyland Titan PD3A/6 with Park Royal bodywork in service. These were partially rebuilt from redundant Leyland Tiger PS1 saloons using their engine and gearbox. These were the last "live gearbox" double deckers to enter CIE service. R914, NZE623 loads in central Dublin in 1976. These buses proved unpopular with crews and were withdrawn before the earlier Titans with semi-automatic gearboxes
Photo taken October 1976, Dublin
386. TCP51
Halifax Corporation 51, TCP51, a Leyland PD3/4 with Weymann H40/32F body, new in 1964.
Photo taken c. 1965, Town Hall, Crossley Street, Halifax
387. TCP53
Halifax Corporation 53, TCP53 a Leyland PD3/4 with Weymann H40/32F body, new in 1964
Photo taken Tuesday 17 October 1967, Gibbet Street, Highroadwell
388. TCP54
Halifax Corporation 54, TCP54, a Leyland PD3/4 with Weymann H40/32F body, new in 1964.
Photo taken March 1968, Warley Town Lane, Newlands
389. TCP56
Halifax Corporation 56, TCP56, a Leyland PD3/4 with Weymann H40/32F body, new in 1964.
Photo taken June 1966, Market Street, Halifax
390. WRU702B
Former Southdown 406, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FCO39/30F body (i.e. convertible to open-top) new in 1964.
As delivered it had the registration number 406DCD but this seems to have been transferred to a Leyland National delivered to Southdown in 1981 and 406 now carries WRU702B.
Photo taken Sunday 4 May 2003, Old Steine, Brighton
391. XHE224
Yorkshire Traction 717 (XHE224), a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Northern Counties H41/32F body, new in 1962 as 1224 and renumbered in 1967.
Photo taken late 1974, Lord Street, Huddersfield
392. ARN657C
Taylor Woodrow ARN657C, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1965 with Metro-Cammell H39/31F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1981, Heysham
393. ARN658C
Preston 73, ARN658C, a 1965 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with front entrance MCW bodywork reverses out of Preston bus station on a baking hot day in August 1973.
Photo taken Wednesday 22 August 1973, Preston Bus Station
394. BUF257C
Southdown cars 550, PUF650 and 257, BUF257C, photographed at Pool Valley in April 1967. 550 was a 1956 Guy Arab IV with Park Royal H31/28RD bodywork, and 257 was a 1965 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH39/26F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1967, Pool Valley Bus Station, Brighton
395. BUF264C
Southdown cars 264 & 795. 264, BUF264C, a 1965 Leyland PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH69F bodywork, and 795, RUF195, a 1956 Leyland PD2/12 with East Lancs H59RD bodywork.
Photo taken 1967, Pool Valley Bus Station, Brighton
396. BUF267C
Southdown 267, BUF267C, a 1965 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties bodywork converted to open top. The indicator is actually painted directly onto the bus.
Photo taken Sunday 12 October 2008, Bolton Abbey
397. BUF267C
Ex Southdown Queen Mary Leyland PD3 BUF267C. New as a fixed roof bus rather than a 'convertible'.
Photo taken Sunday 27 May 2012, Dewsbury Bus Museum
398. BUF269C
Southdown 269, BUF269C pictured at Pool Valley in 1968, a 1965 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 21 April 1968, Pool Valley Bus Station, Brighton
399. BUF269C
Southdown 269, BUF269C, was a stately “Queen Mary” Leyland PD3/4 with an Northern Counties FH39/30F body dating from 1965.
Photo taken Summer 1966, Chichester Bus Station
400. BUF272C
One current operator who was well represented was Seaford & District Motor Services, who have a vintage fleet plus several more modern vehicles. One of the vintage fleet is ex-Southdown Queen Mary Leyland PD3 BUF272C.
Photo taken Sunday 28 July 2013, Marine Parade, Worthing
401. BUF273C
BUF273C, a once proud Southdown Queen Mary that by 1987 was in the hands of travellers and looking well past its best. I knew this bus very well from its Southdown days, being a Brighton car and was sad to learn it was scrapped not too long after this shot, but having seen its true condition it was probably a merciful release.
Photo taken 1987
402. BUF276C
Weardale MS BUF276C, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1965 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1979, Frosterley
403. BUF277C
Preserved Southdown 277, BUF277C, a 1965 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork
Photo taken Tuesday 19 December 2006, Whitehawk Bus Garage, Brighton
404. BUF277C
New to Southdown in 1965 as their 277, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with "Queen Mary" style Northern Counties body, BUF277C is seen here when in use by Northumbria as a driver trainer numbered 78 in their fleet.
Photo taken 1996, off Charlestown Road, Halifax
405. BUF277C
OK Motor Services BUF277C, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1965 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork.
Photo taken January 1980, Bishop Auckland Market Place
406. BUF279C
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, BUF279C, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1965 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork. This had been new as Southdown 279.
Photo taken August 1979, Bishop Auckland Market Place
407. BUF425C
Appleby used a variety of buses on their open top service in Scarborough. Seen here is former Southdown "Queen Mary " Northern Counties bodied Titan PD3/4 425, BUF425C, delivered in 1965.
Photo taken Tuesday 23 June 1992, Royal Albert Drive, Scarborough
408. BUF425C
Southdown Queen Mary 425 (BUF425C) with Harris of Grays. Operating with its roof on, it negotiates the roundabout at the western end of the Ilford Ring Road while on rail replacement duty, probably in 1993.
Photo taken c.1993, London Ilford
409. BUF425C
Ex-Southdown Queen Mary 425, BUF425C, with Harris of Grays after returning from summer use with Appleby in Scarborough. It is still in Appleby livery, but the effect is spoilt by the roof in faded National green!
Photo taken Sunday 11 October 1992, Canvey Island
410. BUF426C
Preserved Southdown 426, BUF426C, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FCO39/30F body, new in June 1965
Photo taken Sunday 6 June 2010, Clacton
411. BUF426C
Southdown Queen Mary 426, BUF426C, with Harris of Grays, in open top form at their depot on 21st May 1989.
Photo taken Sunday 21 May 1989, Grays
412. BUF426C
Southdown Queen Mary 426, BUF426C, as restored to Southdown colours, seen at Clacton Shopping Village while operated on a special service to Clacton in connection with the Clacton Rally in June 2010. It is preserved as part of the Colne Estuary Preserved Buses group near Colchester.
Photo taken June 2010, Clacton Shopping Village
413. BUF429C
Southdown 429, BUF429C, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FCO39/30F body, new in 1965.
Photo taken Wednesday 22 July 1970, approaching Beachy Head, near Eastbourne
414. CFR582C
Blackpool 382, CFR582C, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell 71 seat body on a very cold Easter on town service 23. Not many visitors about that day! The livery at this time was all over cream.
Photo taken Thursday 27 March 1975, North Pier, Blackpool
415. CFR585C
Blackpool 385, CFR585C, a 1965 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with MCW bodywork awaits departure from Blackpool bus station. This batch of Titans were the first half cab double deckers delivered to Blackpool since pre-war days.
Photo taken August 1973, Blackpool
416. CFR590C
In the paint shop on 1st February 1982 is Blackpool 390, CFR590C. Blackpool's PD3s became quite famous in their later years in a green and cream livery and it may be surprising to realise that this first repaint into anything other than all over cream was as late as 1982.
Photo taken Monday 1 February 1982, Blackpool
417. CFR595C
Redcar Marines Juvenile Jazz Band CFR595C, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1965 with Metro-Cammell H41/30R bodywork. This had been new as Blackpool 395 and was still working beside the sea in Redcar.
Photo taken August 1979, Warrenby, Redcar
418. CFR596C
Blackpool Corporation 396, CFR596C, a Leyland Titan PD3 with Metro Cammell H41/30R body.
Photo taken Monday 1 September 1980, North Park Drive entrance to Stanley Park, Blackpool
419. CHE308C
Yorkshire Traction 737, CHE308C, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Roe H41/32F body (on Park Royal frames) new in May 1965 as fleet number 1308.
Photo taken April 1975, Barnsley Depot
420. CHE309C
Despite being an early user of Leyland Atlanteans, Yorkshire Traction continued to buy batches of Leyland Titans. The last carrying Roe bodywork based on Park Royal frames were delivered in 1965. Seen here on the long service via Wakefield and Barnsley to Sheffield is 738, CHE309C.
Photo taken Thursday 14 June 1973, Leeds Central Bus Station
421. CHE314C
Yorkshire Traction 743, CHE314C, a 1965 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Roe bodywork Originally numbered 1314 when new 743 was one of the last batch of front engined double deckers bought by Yorkshire Traction and the only PD3s with Roe bodywork apart from a pair originally owned by County Motors which YTC accquired when they took over that company in 1969.
Photo taken 1972, Leeds Central Bus Station
422. CJF71C
Rear view of Leicester 71 CJF71C, Leyland PD3A/1 / East Lancs H41/33R, new in January 1965
Photo taken January 1972, Swain Street
423. CJF73C
Weardale MS CJF73C, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 built in 1965 with East Lancs H41/33R bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 12 April 1981, Frosterley Garage
424. CJN433C
Shortly after the hires to London Transport ended, a number of Southend PD3s then went to hire to London Country Bus Services at Harlow, mainly for route 339 to Brentwood. 333, CJN433C, is seen here in 1976.
Photo taken Saturday 3 April 1976, Harlow Bus Station
425. CJN434C
Ex-Southend PD3 CJN434C was withdrawn in 1980 and sold for scrap but was rescued and preserved by Bob Salmon. In the late 1980s, Southend Transport wanted a PD-type for driver training so it returned and stayed as a driver trainer until 1999. It is now back in preservation.
Photo taken c. 1998, SCT Garage, London Road, Southend
426. CJN434C
Ex-Southend PD3 CJN434C at a rally.
Photo taken Southend
427. CJN434C
SCT took delivery of a batch of 12 highbridge buses in 1965 but clearance tests had to take place prior to entry into service. In this view, 334, CJN434C, which was the first to be delivered, is shown on clearance tests under the High Street bridge.
Photo taken Wednesday 27 January 1965, High Street, Southend
428. CJN434C
Southend PD3 334, CJN434C, seen very soon after delivery.
Photo taken Saturday 13 February 1965, Acacia Drive/Thorpe Hall Avenue, Southend
429. CJN434C
Southend PD3 334, CJN434C, a few weeks after entering service.
Photo taken Sunday 28 February 1965, Bournes Green, Southend
430. CJN434C
Southend PD3 334, CJN434C
Photo taken Friday 26 March 1965, Bradley Street, Southend
431. CJN434C
Southend PD3 334, CJN434C, a few weeks after entering service.
Photo taken Saturday 27 March 1965, Southchurch Road/Sutton Road, Southend
432. CJN434C
Southend PD3 334, CJN434C
Photo taken July 1974, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
433. CJN434C
A third major hire saw some of the 1965 batch of Southend PD3s and some Fleetlines hired to Cardiff City Transport in 1977. Southend 334, CJN434C, is seen here, overtaking Cardiff 457, EUH457D, a Guy Arab V from 1966 with Alexander H65R bodywork
Photo taken Tuesday 16 August 1977, Cardiff Bus Station
434. CJN434C
Southend 334, CJN434C, a Leyland PD3 with Massey H70R body new in 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 20 August 1967, High Street, Southend
435. CJN435C
Ex-Southend PD3 335, CJN435C, was carefully preserved by Frank Spence but after passing through several owners, the interior was stripped out and it was converted to a party bus and repainted in bright yellow.
Photo taken Sunday 10 December 2000, Hutton
436. CJN435C
Southend 335, CJN435C, on hire to Cardiff City Transport
Photo taken Tuesday 2 August 1977, Cardiff Bus Station
437. CJN436C
Another view, taken from a distance, of Southend PD3 336, CJN436C, as 'Lulu' in a different livery
438. CJN436C
A familiar sight around Southend for many years after being 'sold on' was PD3 CJN436C, which saw use as a play bus before falling into bad health and being retired in the mid-1990s.
Photo taken 1995, Tickfield Road, Southend
439. CJN436C
Southend 336, CJN436C, was one of 10 PD3s hired to London Transport in 1975/6 to assist with a chronic vehicle shortage.
Photo taken Sunday 27 July 1975, Brighton Road, outside London South Croydon Garage
440. CJN436C
Southend PD3 336, CJN436C
Photo taken June 1976, on loan to London Country, Epping
441. CJN436C
Recently restored Southend PD3 336, CJN436C, seen at the Canvey Museum open day, the trip notable for being the first time Ian and his wife Linda, his clippie in the sixties, have crewed this bus together since 1967 (or perhaps it should be the first time Linda and her driver Ian ....)
Photo taken Sunday 12 October 2014, Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
442. CJN436C
Southend Corporation Transport 336, CJN436C, a Leyland PD3/6 with Massey H38/32R bodywork, seen shortly after delivery in 1965.
Photo taken mid 1965, London Road Garage
443. CJN437C
Southend PD3 337, CJN437C, was withdrawn prematurely in 1973 after a serious accident, the evidence of which is presumably visible in the picture under the cab. It was finally scrapped in 1976.
Photo taken Tunbridge Road Works
444. CJN437C
This picture from Paul Bateson shows Southend PD3 337, CJN437C, operating the first service journey under the High Street railway bridge on route 29 on Sunday September 26th, 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 26 September 1965, High Street, Southend
445. CJN438C
Southend PD3 338, CJN438C
Photo taken Saturday 29 April 1978, London Road, Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend
446. CJN439C
Southend PD3 339, CJN439C
Photo taken Saturday 6 February 1965, Southchurch Road/Sutton Road, Southend
447. CJN439C
Southend PD3 339, CJN439C
Photo taken Saturday 13 February 1965, Bournes Green, Southend
448. CJN439C
Southend 339, CJN439C, on hire to London Transport
Photo taken 1975/6
449. CJN439C
Southend PD3 339, CJN439C, on hire to London Country in 1976
Photo taken Saturday 3 April 1976, Harlow Depot
450. CJN439C
Ex-Southend PD3 CJN439C in 'sold on' livery and making a return trip to the area to appear at a Southend Rally.
Photo taken Sunday 4 June 1978, Southend
451. CJN439C
A second view of ex-Southend PD3 CJN439C at the 1978 Southend rally.
Photo taken Sunday 4 June 1978, Southend
452. CJN440C
Southend Corporation PD3 340, CJN440C, a few days after entering service.
Photo taken Saturday 6 February 1965, Southchurch Road/Sutton Road, Southend
453. CJN440C
Brand new Southend PD3 340, CJN440C.
Photo taken Saturday 6 March 1965, Southchurch Road/Sutton Road, Southend
454. CJN441C
Ex-Southend PD3 341, CJN441C, now with W H Fowler & Sons of Holbeach, seen here at the LVVS, Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society, 2002 open day in service on the 'classic bus' park and ride service provided to and from the Museum.
Photo taken Sunday 3 November 2002, LVVS Road Transport Museum, Lincoln
455. CJN441C
For the hire to London Transport, the Southend PD3s acquired LT running number holders and additional fleet number transfers (in the classic LT positions such as the bonnet side cover). 341, CJN441C, displays these features whilst running in Southend in 1975.
Photo taken Saturday 6 September 1975, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
456. CJN441C
Southend PD3 341, CJN441C
Photo taken Southend Airport
457. CJN441C
Southend PD3 341, CJN441C, on hire to Cardiff
Photo taken Tuesday 16 August 1977, Cardiff Bus Station
458. CJN441C
Southend PD3 341, CJN441C, after withdrawal in 1980 passed into preservation before being sold on in 1987. Seen here at a Southend rally.
Photo taken Southend
459. CJN441C
Ex-Southend PD3 341, CJN441C, after withdrawal in 1980 was initially sold into preservation but then in 1987 it passed out of preservation to Lincoln City Transport where it was given the fleet number 99 and used as a driver training vehicle.
Photo taken St. Marks Bus Station, Lincoln
460. CJN441C
Southend PD3 CJN441C ended up with Fowler's of Holbeach Drove, while CJN434C was sold into preservation to ENPG member Bob Salmon, before being leased back for a time to Southend Transport as a driver trainer. Both buses are seen together at the Eastern National Preservation Group's 'Topless' rally in Southend in 1995.
Photo taken Sunday 4 June 1995, Southend
461. CJN441C
Ex-Southend PD3 CJN441C, with Fowlers of Holbeach Drove.
Photo taken Saturday 6 July 2002, Holbeach Drove, near Crowland
462. CJN443C
Southend PD3 343, CJN443C
Photo taken July 1974, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
463. CJN444C
Southend 344, CJN444C, a Leyland PD3 with Massey H70R body new in 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 20 August 1967, Victoria Circus, Southend
464. DTC415E
GMT 6406, DTC415E, a 1967 Leyland PD3/4/East Lancs H41/32F formerly Ramsbottom 6.
Photo taken Wednesday 26 March 1980, Albert Square, Manchester
465. DUG166C
Kippax Motors DUG166C, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Roe H41/32R body from 1965.
Photo taken 1967, Selby Road, Whitkirk
466. DUG166C
Morgan, Armthorpe DUG166C was a Leyland PD3A/1 with a Roe H41/32RD body which had been new to Kippax Motors, Leeds and which was acquired in June 1968 and is seen in Thorne Road, Doncaster.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1970, Thorne Road, Doncaster
467. DUG167C
When Wallace Arnold sold its bus operations in Leeds and district to Leeds City Transport no vehicles were involved. The last buses delivered new to Kippax Motors were a pair of Leyland Titan PD3A/1s with Roe bodywork new in 1965. These went to the Blue Line company of Armthorpe near Doncaster. DUG167C stands at the Christ Church terminus in Doncaster, the home to many of the independent services in the town
Photo taken 1972, Churchgate, Doncaster
468. GNY432C
Warstone Motors (Green Bus Service), Great Wyrley, 12, GNY432C, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1965 with Massey L35/33RD bodywork.
Photo taken June 1981, Great Wyrley
469. GNY433C
Caerphilly Urban District Council 33, GNY433C, a Leyland PD3/4 with Massey L35/33RD body, one of a batch of three new at the end of 1965.
Photo taken c. Oct 1971, in Cardiff Bus Station
470. KTJ205C
Lancaster City Council 205, KTJ205C, a Leyland Titan PD2 / East Lancs H37/28F, bound for Lancaster University on route 472. This route and its sisters 470/1 were jointly operated with Ribble and were the last in the area to be converted to OPO, in Lancaster's case at the end of February 1982.
Photo taken Saturday 5 July 1980, Torrisholme Road, Lancaster
471. MTJ434C
Rossendale Joint Transport 34, MTJ434C, seen in Bacup, was a Leyland PD3/4 with an East Lancs H41/32F body.
Photo taken Monday 19 April 1971, St James Street, Bacup
472. MTJ437C
Rossendale 37, MTJ437C, a Leyland Titan PD3 with East Lancs H41/32F body, location unknown but suspect the bus may have been operating on a supermarket service. Originally a Rawtenstall vehicle.
Photo taken Saturday 2 August 1980, ASDA Car Park, Rawtenstall
473. NZE623
Coras Iompair Eireann R914, NZE623, a Leyland Titan PD3A/6 built in 1965 with Park Royal/CRV H41/33R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1975, Dublin
474. CHB408D
CHB408D, ex Merthyr Tydfil 1966 Leyland PD3/4 with East Lancs H73F body found its way to Silver Fox Coaches and is seen here at Glasgow's dockland with previously riverside sheds and the Kingston Bridge in the background.
Photo taken Friday 22 July 1977, Glasgow Docks
475. CHB409D
Merthyr switched to front entrance East Lancs bodied Titans from 1964 having previously purchased rear entrance examples from 1958. Seen in the depot is 144, CHB409D, a 1966 Leyland Titan PD3/4 one of the last batch bought by Merthyr who switched to saloons for all future deliveries
Photo taken c.1970, Merthyr Tydfil Depot
476. CHB409D
Northumbria MS 75 CHB409D Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1966 with East Lancashire H41/32F bodywork. This had been new as Merthyr Tydfil 144 and was a venerable 22 years old.
Photo taken August 1988, Prudhoe Place/Percy Street, Newcastle
477. CRY50D
Leicester 50, GRY50D, a 1966 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with MCW bodywork passes 1969 Bristol RELL6L 128, TRY128H.
Photo taken Saturday 19 May 1979, Humberstone Gate, Leicester
478. EWS832D
Lothian Transport 832, EWS832D, a 1966 Leyland PD3A/2/Alexander H41/29F on hire to warrington.
Photo taken Saturday 29 July 1978, Merrick Close Terminus, Greenwood Crescent, near Padgate, Warrington
479. EWS834D
Edinburgh City Transport Leyland Titan PD3A/2 834, EWS834D, a 1966 delivery with Alexander bodywork, one of the last batch of front engined buses delivered to Edinburgh.
Photo taken August 1972, St Giles Cathedral, High Street
480. FCD286D
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, FCD286D, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 from 1966 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork. Acquired from Southdown and smartly repainted in OK colours.
Photo taken c. 1982, Bishop Auckland Market Place
481. FCD286D
Seen among a neat row of preserved Queen Marys at the Southdown Centenary Rally was Southdown FCD286D which latterly has been a driver training vehicle.
Photo taken Sunday 7 June 2015, Southdown Centenary Rally, Southsea
482. FCD286D
Here's one for the boy's 'Up North'. Preserved ex Southdown 'Queen Mary' 286, FCD286D has recently been repainted in OKMS livery.
Photo taken Sunday 31 July 2016, Marine Parade, Worthing
483. FCD286D
Northumbria Motor Services 79, FCD286D, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built in 1966 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 4 June 1989, High Street, Stockton-on-Tees
484. FCD287D
FCD287D, former Southdown 287, ex-British Shoe Corporation and still in their livery apart from the signwriting.
Photo taken late 1984/early 1985, former Bristol Omnibus Depot, Stroud
485. FCD304D
Southdown 304, FCD304D, Leyland PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork, new in September 1966.
Photo taken 1976, Clarendon Road/Esplanade, Southsea
486. FCD308D
Southdown 308, FCD308D, a 1966 Leyland PD3/4/NCME FH39/30F
Photo taken Saturday 25 March 1978, Wilson Ave junction Marlow Rd, Brighton
487. FCD309D
Northern General had a number of former Southdown Queen Mary PD3's as driver training vehicles. Northern T391 FCD309D is seen with a sister vehicle alongside Chester-le-Street depot in February 1981.
Photo taken Sunday 22 February 1981, Northern General Depot, Chester-le-Street
488. GRY48D
Preserved Leicester 48, GRY48D, a 1966 Leyland PD3A with Metro-Cammell H41/33R body.
Photo taken Saturday 26 April 2014, Quorn & Woodhouse station yard
489. GRY53D
Leicester 53, GRY53D, a Leyland PD3A/1 with MCW H41/33R body
Photo taken January 1972, London Road, Leicester
490. GRY60D
GRY60D, new in 1966 is Leicester 60, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Park Royal 74 seat body.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1987, Approaching the Wythall Transport Museum, possibly Church Lane
491. GRY64D
The Leyland Titan PD3 was synonymous with Leicester in the sixties. The last examples with Park Royal bodywork entered service in 1966. 64, GRY64D, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 en route to Eyres Monsall in 1979, the year prior to its withdrawal.
Photo taken Saturday 19 May 1979, Leicester
492. GUE1D
Isle of Man Road Services bought a number of Leyland Titan PD3s from Midland Red in 1972 who had in turn acquired them from Stratford Blue when that company was wound up. Among them was the former Stratford Blue 7, GUE1D, a 1966 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Willowbrook bodywork. In the Isle of Man it was re-registered MN2670 and given the fleet number 70.
Photo taken August 1986, Jurby Aerodrome, Isle of Man
493. GUF250D
Southdown 315, GUF250D, 1966 Leyland PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork which was the prototype for the 1967 batch, the so called 'Panoramics' by virtue of their large windows. This one extended the up-date with the inclusion of a BET Federation standard style windscreen but this was not perpetuated on the following batch
Photo taken Saturday 1 March 1969, Pool Valley, Brighton
494. HNW366D
The last new bus delivered to Farsley Omnibus was a Roe bodied Leyland Titan PD3A/2 HNW366D which was transferred to Hardwicks of Scarborough when the business was sold in 1968. In the 1990s it surfaced in the fleet of Black Prince the well known Morley independent. It is seen here with FTF702F, formerly 8 in the Ramsbottom UDC, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with East Lancs body.
Photo taken 1995, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
495. HNW366D
Hardwick's Services, Scarborough, HNW366D, a Leyland PD3A/2 built in 1966 with Roe H41/32RD bodywork. Working with Wallace Arnold subsidiary Hardwick's, this had been new to Farsley Omnibus Co, Pudsey.
Photo taken Westwood, Scarborough
496. XTF98D
Preserved Rossendale 45, XTF98D, a Leyland PD3/4 with East Lancs H41/32F body, new in September 1966 to Haslingden Corporation Transport as their fleet number 1.
Photo taken Sunday 1 January 2006, The Broadway, Winchester
497. XTJ939D
New to Rawtenstall in 1966, this Leyland Titan PD3/4 carries an East Lancs front entrance body. It was one of the last deliveries to Rawtenstall before they amalgamated with nearby Haslingden to form Rossendale. 39, XTJ939D, is seen at the end of a long career wearing the cream green and red Rossendale livery intoduced after de-regulation in 1985
Photo taken 1993, Marsden, near Huddersfield
498. CTB167E
Accrington Corporation 167, CTB167E, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with East Lancs. H41/31F body, new in 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 26 October 1968, Accrington Corporation Depot
499. DHC784E
Also at Worthing was Ex-Eastbourne Leyland open top PD2 84 DHC784E, still carrying the livery of Mac’s Tours of Edinburgh, presumably its last operator.
Photo taken Sunday 28 July 2013, Marine Parade, Worthing
500. DTC416E
Ramsbottom U.D.C. 7, DTC416E, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with East Lancashire H41/32F body, new in 1967.
Photo taken Tuesday 28 January 1969, Bolton Street, Bury
501. DTJ960E
DTJ960E, a Leyland PD3/14 with East Lancs bodywork, first registered in 7/67 by Haslingden.
Photo taken Wednesday 18 April 2018, Lydney
502. FCK453E
A rear view of the last of the eight Preston rebuilds from PD2/10 to PD3/6 in Preston Bus Station shows the increasing width from top (7' 6") to bottom (8' 0"). FCK453F was previously H30/26R, becoming H38/32F as a result of the rebuild.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1972, Preston Bus Station
503. FKY251E
Bradford 251, FKY251E, was a Leyland PD3A/2 with a Neepsend (East Lancs) H40/30F body of 1967.
Photo taken 1971, Allerton Terminus
504. FKY251E
WYPTE (Bradford District) 2251, FKY251E, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with Neepsend H40/30F body, new as Bradford CT. 251 in 1967.
Photo taken Summer 1974, West Park Road/Thornton Road Junction, Bradford
505. FKY253E
Bradford waited until 1967 before buying Leyland Titan PD3s. 253, FKY253E, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with Neepsend body to East Lancs design is one of these, the last East Lancs bodied buses bought by Bradford.
Photo taken 1976, Petergate, Bradford
506. FTF702F
Preserved former Ramsbottom Urban District Council 8, FTF702F, a Leyland PD3/4 with East Lancs H41/32F body new in 1967.
Photo taken Sunday 24 September 2006, Duxford
507. FTF702F
Delivered new to Ramsbottom UDC in 1967 as their 8, FTF702F was this Leyland Titan PD3/4 with East Lancs bodywork. In 1969 it became 6408 in the SELNEC PTE fleet, then in 1984 it was bought from Alpha Coaches of Liverpool by Black Prince of Morley who repainted it into a version of their own red and yellow livery.
Photo taken 1988, Vicar Lane, Leeds
508. FTF702F
Black Prince, Morley, Leeds number 702, FTF702F, an impeccably restored Leyland Titan PD3/4 with East Lancashire H41/32F body, new to the tiny Ramsbottom UDC fleet in 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 30 July 2005, Vicar Lane, Leeds
509. FTF703F
Ramsbottom were the smallest constituent fleet of the SELNEC PTE when it was formed in 1969. Seen in Bury wearing its new fleet number and livery is the former 9, FTF703F, a 1967 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with East Lancs bodywork.
Photo taken Thursday 24 May 1973, Knowsley Street, Bury
510. FTF703F
SELNEC Northern 6409, FTF703F, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 built 1967 with East Lancashire H41/32F bodywork. The former Ramsbottom UDC 9 was looking very smart in the new SELNEC livery when photographed working the route to Edenfield via Ramsbottom and Shuttleworth.
Photo taken September 1971, Bolton Street, Ramsbottom
511. HCD347E
Preserved ex-Southdown 347, HCD347E, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH39/30F body, new in March 1967.
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 2004, Watercress Line Rally, Alton
512. HCD347E
Preserved Southdown Leyland Titan 347, HCD347E, on route 12 Brighton to Seaford on 24 September 2005, to mark the last day of the Stagecoach share of the service.
Photo taken Saturday 24 September 2005, Newhaven Town Station
513. HCD348E
To remind us of sunnier days, Southdown 348, HCD348E, Leyland PD3/4 climbs out of Rottingdean on its way to Newhaven.
Photo taken Thursday 16 September 1976, Marine Parade. Rottingdean
514. HCD355E
Sothdown 355, HCD355E, is a 1967 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with a Northern Counties 'Panoramic' FH39/30F body. It is seen here on Worthing Seafront in the summer of 1968.
Photo taken Summer 1968, Marine Parade, Worthing
515. HCD355E
Former Southdown 355, HCD355E, a 1967 Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Northern Counties bodywork with panoramic windows is seen after sale to Astill and Jordan of Ratby in Leicestershire. Flanking the Titan are a Midland Red Leyland National and a Barton Leyland Leopard with Plaxton body.
Photo taken 1981, St Margaret's Bus Station, Leicester
516. HCD356E
Southdown 356, HCD356E, a 1967 Leyland PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH69F 'Panoramic' body, pictured during the first week of operation.
Photo taken Summer 1967, Pool Valley Bus Station, Brighton
517. HCD356E
There was a discussion last year on this site about Southdown PD3 HCD356E so here is a very recent picture. I always think Queen Marys look sad and this one seems to be crying green tears. However it will I'm sure be fully restored as it has joined several such vehicles owned by one person.
Photo taken Sunday 7 June 2015, Southsea Common
518. HCD357E
Yorkshire Traction T2, HCD357E, is a former Southdown Leyland PD3 in use as a driver training vehicle. Yorkshire Traction had at least one other T6 HCD363E which already appears on the site.
Photo taken 1980, Yorkshire Traction Depot, Barnsley
519. HCD363E
This Leyland Titan PD3 with Northern Counties bodywork was new to Southdown as their 363 HCD363E in 1967. It is seen in use as a driver trainer with Yorkshire Traction
Photo taken Tuesday 10 June 1980, Huddersfield
520. HCD368E
Southdown 368, HCD368E, a 1967 built Leyland PD3/4 with Northern Counties FH39/30F bodywork seen when brand new. This batch of 'panoramics' were quickly nicknamed 'greenhouses' as the upper deck became very hot in plesant sunny weather. Southdown's solution was to remove one of the ventilators from the roofs of convertible open-top PD3s and insert it into the front dome of this batch.
Photo taken Saturday 15 April 1967, Pool Valley, Brighton
521. HFR301E
Three Blackpool Leyland PD3s, from left to right 501, HFR501E, 529, LFR529F, and 390, CFR590C. Note the three different colour schemes
Photo taken Sunday 26 September 2010, Open Day, Rigby Road Tram Depot
522. HFR501E
Blackpool bought Leyland Titans for many years Seen here is 501, HFR501E, a 1967 Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with MCW bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 4 April 2010, at Kirkby Stephen
523. HFR501E
Blackpool 501, HFR501E, a 1967 Leyland Titan PD3A with MCW H41/30R bodywork.
Photo taken Friday 25 May 2012, at Crich Tramway Museum
524. HFR501E
Rear view of Blackpool 501, HFR501E, a 1967 Leyland Titan PD3A with MCW H40/31R bodywork.
Photo taken Friday 25 May 2012, at Crich Tramway Museum
525. HFR503E
Three Blackpool Corporation Leyland Titans. To the fore is 503, HFR503E, a PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H41/30R body, new in 1967; in the background 245, DFV145, a PD2/5 with Burlingham FH31/23C body, new in 1949 with a similar unidentified one behind. Parked late in a March afternoon as the gloom was setting in.
Photo taken Sunday 31 March 1968, Depot Yard, Rigby Road Tram Depot, Blackpool
526. HFR506E
Two rather sad looking Leyland PD3s at the back of Blackpool's Rigby Road Depot The yellow one in the foreground carries two fleet numbers 506 and 257 - neither bus had reg plates. They are former Blackpool 506 & 507, HFR506E & HFR507E respectively.
Photo taken Sunday 26 September 2010, Open Day, Rigby Road Tram Depot, Blackpool
527. HFR512E
HFR512E is preserved Blackpool Transport 512, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with MCW H41/30R body, one of two such former vehicles in service at the Kirkby Stephen rally. The other was HFR501E which had a green roof.
Photo taken Saturday 4 April 2015, at Kirby Stephen West
528. HFR516E
Preserved former Blackpool 516, HFR516E, a Leyland PD3A/1 with Metro-Cammell H41/30R body, new in 1967
Photo taken Sunday 26 June 2005, Blackpool
529. HFR518E
Blackpool Corporation 518, HFR518E, a Leyland Titan PD3 with Metro Cammell H41/30R body, awaiting its next turn of duty in the bus station.
Photo taken Monday 1 September 1980, Talbot Road Bus Station, Blackpool
530. KJA873F
GMT 5873, KJA873F, 1968 Leyland PD3/14/East Lancs ex Stockport 73
Photo taken Tuesday 24 June 1980, Green Lane/Middlewood Road, Middlewood, Stockport
531. KJA873F
Greater Manchester 5873, KJA873F, a Leyland Titan PD3/14 with East Lancs H38/32R body, formerly Stockport 73.
Photo taken Saturday 9 August 1980, Mersey Square, Stockport
532. KJA885F
GMT 5885, KJA885F 1968 Leyland PD3/14/East Lancs ex-Stockport 85, demonstrating the reversing manoeuvre at Moor End, Mellor
Photo taken Thursday 24 July 1980, Moor End Road/Shiloh Road, Mellor
533. LJF16F
Preserved ex-Leicester 16, LJF16F, Leyland PD3A/12 with East Lancs H41/33R body, new in September 1967
Photo taken Sunday 26 September 2004, Duxford
534. LJF16F
Leicester 16, LJF16F, a 1967 Leyland Tian PD3A/12 with East Lancs bodywork. The destination was carried by this bus in 1982 when it performed the last rites for rear entrance buses in Leicester.
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 2010, Chatsworth
535. LJF19F
Leicester 19, LJF19F, Leyland Titan PD3 / East Lancs H41/33R, new late 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 4 April 1981, Humberstone Gate, Leicester
536. LJF21F
Seen helping out in Newcastle in 1976 is Leicester 21, LJF21F, a 1967 East Lancs bodied Leyland Titan PD3A/12.
Photo taken 1976, Byker PTE Depot, Newcastle
537. LJF22F
Leicester 22, LJF22F, Leyland Titan PD3 / East Lancs H41/33R new in late 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 4 April 1981, Humberstone Gate, Leicester
538. LJF22F
Rear view of Leicester 22, LJF22F, Leyland Titan PD3 / East Lancs H41/33R, new late 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 4 April 1981, Humberstone Gate, Leicester
539. LJF25F
Leicester 25, LJF25F, Leyland Titan PD3 / East Lancs H41/33R new in late 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 4 April 1981, Charles Street, Leicester
540. LJF27F
Leicester 27, LJF27F, a 1967 Leyland Titan PD3A/12 with MCW body
Photo taken 1975, Leicester
541. LJF28F
Leicester 28, LJF28F, Leyland Titan PD3 / MCCW H41/33R.
Photo taken Saturday 4 April 1981, Humberstone Gate, Leicester
542. LJF28F
Leicester 28, LJF28F, Leyland Titan PD3 / MCCW H41/33R, new late 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 4 April 1981, Humberstone Gate, Leicester
543. LJF28F
Apologies to Leicester City fans (buswise), but this must rank as one of the worst liveries applied (in my opinion). LJF28F seen at the short lived "Independent" bus station (waste ground) in Sauchiehall Street, near Buchanan St and now underneath the Glasgow Concert Hall.
Photo taken July 1984, Suchiehall St at Buchanan St, Glasgow
544. LJF31F
Leicester City Transport 31, LJF31F, a 1967 Leyland Titan PD3/12 with MCW body
Photo taken October 1982, Eyres Monsall
545. LJF34F
Leicester 34, LJF34F, Leyland Titan PD3 / MCCW H41/33R new in late 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 4 April 1981, Humberstone Gate, Leicester
546. MHJ345F
Southend PD3 345, MHJ345F, on a peak hour working on the normally OMO route 23A from Eastwood Rise to Leigh Station.
Photo taken Thursday 17 March 1977, Leigh-on-Sea Station
547. MHJ345F
One of the last regular Southend PD3 operations was on the 27 to Canvey. Here 345, MHJ345F, has just passed the Haystack Corner and is heading for Canvey seafront and the Eastern Esplanade terminus.
Photo taken Saturday 19 March 1977, Canvey Island
548. MHJ345F
SCT 345, MHJ345F, pulls out of the EN depot/bus station in Southend in the early evening on a run to the far end of Canvey Island, via Hadleigh and Benfleet.
Photo taken Thursday 2 August 1973, EN Depot/Bus Station, London Road
549. MHJ345F
The last Southend PD3's arrived in 1967, 73 seat East Lancs bodied PD3/4's, numbered 345-347, with 345, MHJ345F seen here. With air brakes and light steering, these three machines seemed quite different from their Massey bodied predecessors and for some reason I never felt as comfortable when behind the wheel.
Photo taken Summer 1970, Southend CT Garage, London Road
550. MHJ346F
The Southend buses hired to LT were regularly exchanged as they returned to Southend for maintenance. The hire included the 3 East Lancs bodied PD3s, 345-7, such as 346, MHJ346F, seen here at the southern terminus of the 190.
Photo taken Saturday 7 February 1976, The Tudor Rose, Old Coulsdon, near Croydon
551. MHJ346F
Southend PD3 346, MHJ346F
Photo taken Southend
552. MHJ346F
Southend PD3 346, MHJ346F, is seen parked up at the Tickfield Avenue works on July 31st, 1977, awaiting repairs after a minor fire at the rear of the top deck - note the missing windows and blackened interior.
Photo taken Sunday 31 July 1977, Tickfield Avenue Works, Southend
553. MHJ346F
SCT 346, MHJ346F, pulling out of the Southend EN depot/bus station on an early evening route 1 journey to Rayleigh, seems to be well patronised, if only on the lower deck!
Photo taken Thursday 2 August 1973, EN Depot/Bus Station, London Road
554. MHJ346F
Southend Corporation 346, MHJ346F, a Leyland Titan PD3 with East Lancs H41/32R body.
Photo taken Saturday 7 March 1981, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
555. MHJ346F
Southend in Colchester ... Southend Corporation 346, MHJ346F, Leyland Titan / East Lancs on hire to Colchester Corporation.
Photo taken April 1972, High Street, Colchester
556. MHJ347F
Southend PD3 347, MHJ347F
Photo taken June 1976, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
557. MHJ347F
This picture shows former Southend PD3 347, MHJ347F, at the North Weald Rally in 1996 - the bus served as a driver trainer for many years with Plymouth Citybus but was then acquired by an Essex preservationist.
Photo taken 1996, North Weald
558. MHJ347F
Entering the Deeping Underpass from the Victoria Station roundabout, Southend 347, MHJ347F, was caught on the 25 in April 1976.
Photo taken Saturday 17 April 1976, Victoria Circus, Southend
559. MHJ347F
Southend PD3 347, MHJ347F, demonstrates the wide turn needed before the widening of Chichester Road (involving the demolition of some shops in York Road) for buses entering the Bus Station. Marks & Spencer’s exterior is little changed nearly 30 years on!
Photo taken Saturday 12 November 1977, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
560. MHJ347F
Southend buses carried very comprehensive blind sets but occasionally service changes challenged the equipment, as 347, MHJ347F, demonstrates here on the 22C, a sometime variant of the core 22 group from Hullbridge to Shoebury.
Photo taken Friday 1 September 1978, Chichester Road, Southend
561. MHJ347F
At the very end of their lives with ST, a regular duty for one of Southend's East Lancs PD3s was an early evening peak short on the 6 (then mostly operated by Eastern National) from Central Bus Station to Newington Avenue and back, before going to Rayleigh as a 1. A few weeks before the farewell day 347, MHJ347F, departs from the bus station.
Photo taken Friday 10 July 1981, Central Bus Station, York Road, Southend
562. MHJ347F
Southend Corporation 347, MHJ347F, a Leyland Titan PD3 with East Lancs H41/32R body.
Photo taken Saturday 7 March 1981, Victoria Circus, Southend
563. PAX466F
Bedwas and Machen's final double-decker was their first that was thirty-feet long, one reason for which may have been the service reorganisations which saw the buses of the little fleet (never bigger than seven) participating in the thirty mile long service from Newport to Rhymney Bridge along with Gelligaer UDC, Western Welsh and Red and White. 6, PAX466F, was even more unusual as it was a lowbridge bus, a Massey-bodied PD3 new in 1967 and the last bus built to this configuration.
Photo taken Tuesday 30 June 1981, Caerphilly Bus Station
564. PAX466F
Preserved by the Cardiff Transport Group, former Bedwas & Machen PAX466F has recently had a repaint and was in service at the Barry Island running day where this picture was taken.
Photo taken Sunday 9 June 2013, Barry Island
565. PAX466F
PAX466F is seen in Stevenson's livery with driver training, a Leyland PD3 now preserved by the Cardiff Transport preservation group. It was new to Bedwas and Machen in 1967, said to be the last lowbridge bus built.
Photo taken 1989, Common Road, Church Gresley
566. FTF703F
GMT 6409, FTF703F, a 1968 Leyland PD3/4/East Lancs H41/32F ex-Ramsbottom 9.
Photo taken Friday 18 January 1980, Hindley Station
567. KJA871F
Preserved Leyland PD3/14 KJA871F with East Lancs H38/32R body, new to Stockport Corporation as their no. 71 in February 1968
Photo taken Sunday 18 May 2008, Manchester Museum of Transport
568. KJA871F
AEC brought out the lowheight Renown chassis as a replacement for the poor selling Bridgemaster in 1963. AEC built two pre-production examples in 1962 as demonstrators. One of these was 8071ML with front entrance Park Royal body; when new this bus spent several months on loan to the country area of London Transport. Alongside is Stockport Corporation 71, KJA871F, a 1968 Leyland Titan PD3/14 with East Lancs bodywork carrying GMT livery and fleet number 5871.
Photo taken August 1981, Harrogate
569. KJA871F
Stockport stuck doggedly to the Leyland Titan for new deliveries until the end of its separate existence in 1969 although the last deliveries were 30 foot long PD3s some of which had front entances. Seen working the free shuttle between the Museum of Transport and the city centre in Manchester is former Stockport 71, KJA871F, a 1968 Leyland Titan PD3/14 with East Lancs body.
Photo taken Saturday 3 December 2016, Boyle Street, Manchester
570. KJA875F
Stockport Corporation 75, KJA875F, an East Lancashire H38/32R bodied Leyland Titan PD3/14, new in February 1968.
Photo taken early 1969, Macclesfield Road, Hazel Grove
571. KJA875F
GMT 5875, KJA875F, 1968 Leyland PD3/14/East Lancs ex-Stockport 75
Photo taken Wednesday 14 October 1981, Daw Bank, Stockport
572. KJA875F
Greater Manchester 5875, KJA875F, a Leyland Titan PD3/14 with East Lancs H38/32R body, new to Stockport as 75 in February 1968.
Photo taken Saturday 9 August 1980, Wellington Road South, Stockport
573. KJA877F
Stockport 77, KJA877F, an East Lancs H38/32R bodied Leyland PD3/14 new in February 1968 is seen in George Street, Manchester on the 92 service, joint with Manchester, to Hazel Grove.
Photo taken Saturday 30 March 1968, George Street, Manchester
574. KJA878F
GMT 5878, KJA878F, a 1968 Leyland PD3/East Lancs ex-Stockport 78. Standing at the remote Moor End terminus on the Derbyshire border, these workings were crew-operated due to the need to reverse here.
Photo taken Tuesday 12 May 1981, Shiloh Road, Mellor
575. KJA882F
Stockport 82, KJA882F, was an East Lancs H38/32R bodied Leyland PD3/14 new in February 1968 and is seen passing through Mersey Square on the Offerton service.
Photo taken Thursday 13 August 1970, Mersey Square, Stockport
576. LFR529F
Blackpool remained convinced Leyland Titan users virtually until the end of production.
Photo taken Sunday 29 May 2011, at Marine Road, Morecambe
577. LFR529F
Preserved Blackpool PD3 529, LFR529F, a 1968 Leyland Titan PD3/11 with MCW bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 25 May 2013, Promeade/Church Street, North Pier, Blackpool
578. LFR540G
Blackpool Corporation 540, LFR540G, a Leyland Titan PD3A/1 with Metro Cammell H41/30R body, minus one of its lights!
Photo taken Monday 1 September 1980, St. Anne's
579. LFR540G
No prizes for guessing the location of this Blackpool Transport Leyland 540, LFR540G, sporting the "new " livery which introduced more green.
Photo taken Tuesday 13 April 1982, Blackpool Promenade
580. LRF992F
Seen here in Carrs Lane, Birmingham, is an ex-Harpers PD3 with NCME body LRF992F, with a former Harpers Fleetline behind. After the take over by Midland Red in 1974 the former Harpers routes were renumbered and the newer vehicles given revised destination displays.
Photo taken 1975, Carrs Lane, Birmingham
581. LRF993F
Harper Brothers 26, LRF993F, a Leyland PD3A/1 with NCME H40/32RD body was less than 6 months old in this view in Birmingham City Centre loading up for Cannock.
Photo taken August 1968, Union Street, Birmingham
582. LRF993F
Leyland PD3A/1, LRF993F, with a Northern Counties H40/32RD body was number 26 in the Harper, Heath Hayes fleet and was the second of two new in March 1968.
Photo taken early 1971, Bus Station, Cannock
583. LUF133F
Brighton Corporation 33, LUF133F, delivered in 1968, and Southdown 872, 2872CD, delivered in 1961.
Photo taken 1968, Old Steine, Brighton
584. MJA888G
GMT 5888, MJA888G, a 1968 Leyland PD3/14/East Lancs H38/32R originally Stockport 88
Photo taken Friday 6 March 1981, Oldham, top of Yorkshire St, opposite Town Hall
585. NRF349F
Seen at Brownhills Parade in 1974, two of Harpers half cab Leylands on their way to Birmingham from Cannock. In front is 23, NRF349F, a PD3A with NCME bodywork, said to be the last rear entrance body built by them. Behind stands 25, SBF233, a PD2 also with an NCME body.
Photo taken 1974, Brownhills
586. OTJ334G
Eynon, Trimsaran OTJ334G a 1968 Leyland Titan PD3/14 with East Lancs H41/32F bodywork, ex GMT and originally Ramsbottom 10.
Photo taken Friday 10 July 1981, New Street, Kidwelly
587. PAX466F
A rear view of two preserved former Stevenson's vehicles. On the left is former PAX466F, a Leyland Titan PD3/4 with Massey L35/33RD body, new in 1968 to Bedwas & Machen UDC as no. 6. On the right is RCN699, an AEC Routemaster 3R2RH with Park Royal H41/31F body, new in 1964 to Northern General as 2099.
Photo taken Sunday 31 July 1983, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
588. LAK309G
Bradford City Transport 309, LAK309G, a 1969 Leyland Titan PD3A/12 with Alexander bodywork. This batch of buses were the last half cab buses built by Alexander and were one of the last batches of Titan PDs built.
Photo taken 1989, Oakworth
589. LAK309G
Bradford 309, LAK309G, a Leyland Titan PD3A/12 of 1969 was one of Bradford's last front engined buses as well as being one of the last Leyland Titans to enter service anywhere. It carries an Alexander 70 seat body, the last batch of half cab buses built by Alexander This rear end view shows the taper of the lower deck around the cab due to Leyland continuing to make the "tin front" 7ft 6 ins wide while the overall bus was 8 ft wide.
Photo taken Sunday 8 June 2014, Dalton Lane, Keighley
590. LAK315G
The fifteen Leyland Titans delivered to Bradford with Alexander bodies were originally to have carried MCW bodies. Indeed the chassis got as far as the MCW factory at Elmdon but protracted delivery times saw the order and the chassis move to Alexander. Seen in PTE days is 315, LAK315G, wearing its new livery and fleet number of 2315
Photo taken Wednesday 19 March 1975, Bridge Street, Bradford
591. MJA887G
GMT 5887, MJA887G, a 1969 Leyland PD3/14/East Lancs ex-Stockport 87.
Photo taken Saturday 2 June 1979, Sholver Estate, Oldham
592. MJA889G
Stockport 89, MJA889G was a Leyland PD3/14 with an East Lancs H38/32R body dating from 1969.
Photo taken 1969, Stockport Depot
593. MJA890G
GMT 5890, MJA890G, a 1969 Leyland PD3/East Lancs ex Stockport 90, on the 16.41 194 from Stockport to Vernon Park. Virtually everything in this picture has been demolished with the exception of the superb Arden Arms
Photo taken Wednesday 27 August 1980, Newbridge Lane/Millgate, Stockport
594. MJA891G
Stockport Corporation bought Leyland Titans until they became part of the new SELNEC PTE in 1969. 91, MJA891G, is a Leyland Titan PD3/14 with East Lancs bodywork of a very traditional style and dates from 1969. This bus is now preserved.
Photo taken c.1995, Manchester Museum of Transport
595. MJA892G
Stockport 92, MJA892G, a 1969 Leyland Titan PD3/14 with East Lancs front entrance body was one of the first six front entrance buses bought by Stockport. They were also the last buses delivered to Stockport before it became part of SELNEC PTE.
Photo taken 1981, Kingsway, East Didsbury, Manchester
596. MJA893G
GMT 5893, MJA893G, a 1969 Leyland PD3/14/East Lancs H38/32F originally Stockport 93
Photo taken Saturday 11 May 1974, Wellington Rd South, Stockport
597. MJA894G
GMT 5894, MJA894G, a 1969 Leyland PD3/East Lancs ex-Stockport 94, by this time one of only four Stockport PD3s remaining. An evening peak-hour working which ran out as a 358 via Marple and returned as a 360 via Hazel Grove, the main operation of both routes had long been OMO.
Photo taken Friday 4 June 1982, New Mills Bus Station
598. MJA895G
GMT 5895, MJA895G 1969 Leyland PD3/14/East Lancs ex-Stockport 95, one of Stockport's final batch of six PD3s, the only front entrance DDs in the fleet. Crews seemed to vary which road to reverse into here.
Photo taken Thursday 23 July 1981, Bogguard Rd, Moor End, Mellor
599. MJA896G
GMT 5896, MJA896G, a 1969 Leyland PD3/14/East Lancs H38/32F, formerly Stockport 96.
Photo taken Saturday 2 April 1977, Wellington Street, Stockport
600. MJA896G
Greater Manchester 5896, MJA896G, a Leyland Titan PD3/14 with East Lancs H38/32F body, formerly Stockport 96.
Photo taken Saturday 9 August 1980, Wellington Road South, Stockport