SCT '61 Photo Index
Leyland PS1 and PS2
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1. CRN79
Preston was very much a double deck operator prior to the advent of one man operation. In post war years just two Leyland Tiger PS1 chassis were run and suprisingly both are still in existence. 74, CRN79, and 75, CRN80, both carry rear entrance East Lancs bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 24 April 2011, Brough
2. CRN79
A rear view of Preston 74, CRN79, an East Lancs bodied Leyland Tiger PS1 dating from 1947.
Photo taken Sunday 24 April 2011, Brough
3. CRN80
Cumbria Classic Coaches operates "Rosie", former Preston 75, CRN80, a Leyland PS1 with an East Lancs (Bridlington) B34R body of 1946.
Photo taken Friday 4 July 2003, A1, Leeming Bar Services
4. CRN80
CRN80 is a Leyland PS1 with East Lancs B34R bodywork. It was built for Preston Corporation in 1946 and commissioned by them in June 1949. It was withdrawn by Preston in 1968 and preserved by three consecutive enthusiasts over the next ten years. Between 1978 and 1999 it was stored in a garage at Leyland before being bought by Cumbria Classic Coaches.
Photo taken c.2007, West End, Hawes
5. CRN80
Cumbria Classic Coaches ex Preston Corporation 75, CRN80, a 1946 Leyland Tiger PS1 with an East Lancs B34R body at Brough during the Brough & Kirkby Stephen Rally following it's recent starring role in 'Call the Midwife'.
Photo taken Saturday 19 April 2014, Brough
6. GRR311
Hebble 1, GRR311, was a Leyland PS1 with Weymann B33R body, one of two (GRR 311/2) delivered to East Midland Motor Services in 1946. They were found to be too tall and were sold, without being operated, to Hebble in January 1947.
Photo taken Sunday 19 August 1956, Chester Street Bus Station, Bradford
7. GRR311
In the yard at the Wilmslow Road, Manchester premises of the dealer Cowley is seen GRR311, Hebble 101, a Leyland PS1 new in 1946 with a Weymann B33R body. It was one of two new to, but believed not operated by, East Midland as they were too tall.
Photo taken Saturday 23 May 1959, Wilmslow Road, Manchester
8. GTC975
Ramsbottom 16, GTC975, new in 1946 was a Leyland PS1 which had a Roe B35R body was seen in Bury.
Photo taken Saturday 8 February 1958, Moss Street, Bury
9. GUF727
GUF727 is Southdown 677 previously 1227 but renumbered and modified for bus work in 1955, a 1946 Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 4 November 2012, Lincoln
10. LHK412
Rose Bros (Primrose) of Chelmsford LHK412, a Leyland PS1/1 with Duple C35F body, new to the City Coach Company in December 1946 but exchanged with Rose for a Daimler CVD6 in May 1950.
Photo taken 1950, opposite Newbury Park Underground/Bus Station, London Ilford
11. LHK413
Eastern National BS123, LHK413, a Leyland PS1 with Duple C35F body, new in 1946 to City Coach Co.
Photo taken Friday 29 August 1958, Kursaal, Southend
12. LHK414
Eastern National 124, LHK414, and probably 123, LHK413, a pair of Leyland PS1s with Duple C35F body, new in 1946 to City Coach Co.
Photo taken April 1960, Colchester
13. LHK415
LHK415, was a Leyland PS1 with a Duple C35F body new as City Coach Company, Brentwood LS4 in 1946, passing to Westcliff-on-Sea in February 1952 where it was renumbered 126 in July 1954. It became Eastern National 126 in 1954 and is seen in Braintree.
Photo taken Saturday 6 December 1958, Victoria Street, Braintree
14. AHE784
Williams of Llithfaen, Caernarvonshire AHE784, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Roe B32F body, new to Yorkshire Traction as its 762 in 1947. Withdrawn by YTC in 1959 it had passed via dealer Frank Cowley to Williams later that year.
Photo taken Summer 1967, Llithfaen
15. AHE784
Williams of Llithfaen, Caernarvonshire AHE 784. A Leyland Tiger PS1 with Roe B32F body, new to Yorkshire Traction as its 762 in 1947. Withdrawn by YTC in 1959 it passed via dealer Frank Cowley to Williams later that year.
Photo taken Summer 1967, Fron Crossroads
16. AHE792
Former Yorkshire Traction 770, AHE792, in use (along with former Crosville Bristol K FFM532) as a builder's site hut (M&N Builders, Portmadoc) at Portmadoc. AHE792 was a 1947 vintage Leyland PS1 with a Roe B32F body.
Photo taken c.1970, Portmadoc
17. AHL694
Bullock and Sons and West Riding 284, AHL694, a 1947 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Barnaby B35F body, seen here when being prepared for rescue by the West Riding Omnibus Preservation Society in September 1976.
Photo taken September 1976, Gliding Club near Grantham
18. AHL696
West Riding 286, AHL696, a Leyland Tiger PS/1 with Barnaby B35F body, new to Bullocks in 1947
Photo taken Saturday 6 March 1965, Castleford Bus Station
19. AHL807
West Riding 298, AHL807, was a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with a Willowbrook B35F body built in 1947 for J. Bullock & Sons, Featherstone. It passed to West Riding on takeover in 1950, retaining its fleet number of 298.
Photo taken 1960, Central Bus Station, Leeds
20. BBV314
Blackburn 4, BBV314, Leyland PS1 with Crossley B32F body, one of five new in 1947
Photo taken Friday 6 August 1965, Blackburn Station
21. BBV314
A colour shot of Blackburn 4, BBV314, Leyland PS1 with Crossley B32F body, one of five new in 1947
Photo taken Saturday 11 September 1965, Blackburn Garage
22. BMS206
Preserved Alexander (Northern) NPA44, BMS206, a Leyland Tiger PS1 built in 1947 with Alexander bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 6 August 1978, Harrogate
23. CBA764
CBA764 seen in Bishop Auckland Market Place was a Leyland PS1 which had been rebodied in early 1953 with a Burlingham FC35F body after being acquired by O.K. Motor Services (Emmerson). It had been new in January 1947 to Fieldsend, Salford with a Santus C33F body. It passed to Allan, Newcastle in April 1948; to Blenheim Haulage, Newcastle in July 1948; then to Stacey (Hylton Castle Coaches), Sunderland and to Wilson, Horsley-on-Tyne before passing to Ritz Motors, Gateshead in June 1950 and was withdrawn in January 1953. On arrival with Emmerson it was rebodied with the Burlingham body seen here.
Photo taken Saturday 1 August 1959, Bishop Auckland Market Place
24. CFN72
East Kent CFN72, a Leyland PS1 new in 1947 with a Park Royal C32R body.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, near London Victoria Coach Station
25. CRJ537
NMA1, a Leyland Royal Tiger with Plaxton C41C body, new in 1951, and CRJ537, a 1947 Leyland Tiger PS1 rebodied in 1954 with a Burlingham FC35F body, both operated by Banfields on hire to Wimpey.
Photo taken Sunday 28 March 1965, Seaway Car Park, Southend
26. CU4746
Hall Bros., South Shields CU4746 was a Leyland PS1, new in November 1947 with a Burlingham C33F body.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Waterdale, Doncaster
27. DPY335
John Smith of Thirsk have owned this Plaxton bodied Leyland Tiger PS1/1, DPY335, for sixty two years having bought it new in 1947
Photo taken Sunday 14 October 2007, Nelson Street, Otley
28. DPY335
This Plaxton bodied Leyland Tiger PS1, DPY335, has been with John Smith of Thirsk from new and is now 65 years old being new in 1947. This view shows the sleek lines of the D series bodywork, a frontal view of this coach is also on the site.
Photo taken Saturday 13 October 2012, Pudsey
29. EMW703
Shergold & White (Silver Star), Porton Down 24, EMW703, a 1947 Duple C33F bodied Leyland PS1 in Portland Street coach park in Manchester on a forces leave service.
Photo taken Sunday 23 February 1958, Portland Street Coach Park, Manchester
30. EN8826
Roe B35R bodywork was fitted to this Leyland PS1 of Bury Corporation. New in 1947, 132, EN8826, one of four, is seen on a wet day in Bury.
Photo taken Sunday 1 June 1958, Moss Street, Bury
31. EX5555
Canham, Whittlesey EX5555 was a Duple C33F bodied Leyland PS1/1 which had been new in 1947 to Seagull, Great Yarmouth and was acquired from Pegg, Caston in April 1960.
Photo taken Sunday 20 September 1964, Scaldgate, Whittlesey
32. GAO503
One of five Leyland PS1s with Massey B32F bodies new in 1947, Cumberland 58, GAO503, was withdrawn in 1959 and passed to Millburn Motors (dealer), Preston in November and then to Contract Bus Services Limited, Llanwern in May 1960.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, bus parking opposite Whitehaven Bus Station
33. GAO506
In 1947 Cumberland received nineteen Leyland PS1s with bodies by Massey (5), A.C.B. (4) and Burlingham (10) and 89, GAO506, new in October, the first of the A.C.B. ones with B32R bodies is seen here. A fifth A.C.B. bodied one (180, GAO510) was diverted to Moffatt, Cleator Moor from the coachbuilders and as a replacement an A.C.B. C33F bodied Leyland PS1, ordered by Moffatt, was delivered to Cumberland in 1948 (180, HRM79).
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, bus parking opposite Whitehaven Bus Station
34. GAO518
Cumberland 258, GAO518, new in 1947, was one of ten Leyland PS1s with Burlingham B35F bodies. In July 1949 this one, along with seven others from the batch, had coach seats fitted, becoming DP31F, but retained bus livery. Some, including 258, reverted to bus seating in 1950 as B31F. Renumbered 104 in December 1961, it was withdrawn in 1964 and passed to Sir Alfred McAlpine (contractor), Hooton in July 1964.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, bus parking opposite Whitehaven Bus Station
35. GDK9
McLennan, Spittalfield GDK9 was a Leyland PS1 with Burlingham C33F body new to Yelloway Rochdale in December 1947 and acquired in April 1958.
Photo taken Friday 24 July 1959, Kinnoull Street, Perth
36. GUF727
Preserved ex-Southdown 677/1277, GUF727, a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with ECW C31R body, new in April 1947, rebuilt 1955 as B32R and renumbered 677 as shown, now in private ownership.
Photo taken Sunday 2 November 2003, Open Day, LVVS Road Transport Museum, Lincoln
37. GUF727
Prior to the embargo on non BTC companies buying ECW coach work a number of BET companies bought Leylands with the body style normally associated with Bristol L chassis. Southdown 677, GUF727, is a 1947 Leyland Tiger PS1/1, a good example of the body chassis combination.
Photo taken December 1999, Manchester Museum of Transport
38. GUF728
Southdown GUF728, a Leyland PS1/1 with ECW C31R body, new as 1228 in April 1947. It was rebuilt in 1955 as B32R, renumbered 690 and withdrawn 1961
Photo taken c. 1955, London Victoria Coach Station
39. GUF729
Southdown D691 (originally 1229), GUF729, and D689 (originally 1249), HCD449, were both Leyland PS1/1s with ECW B32R bodies of 1947.
Photo taken 1966, Bognor Regis Bus Station
40. GZ6106
On the left, GZ6106 a Leyland PS1 with NIRTB B34R body new in 1947, withdrawn 1967 and bought back by Ulsterbus in 1997.
Photo taken Saturday 28 April 2012, Cultra
41. GZ6148
Northern Ireland Road Transport Board Fleet A668, GZ6148, was a 1947 built Leyland PS1 with NIRTB B34R body and remained in service until 1966. This shot was taken during the last weekend of April 1951.
Photo taken end April 1951, Donegal Square North, Belfast
42. GZ7628
Northern Ireland RTB Leyland PS1 A8560, GZ7628, of 1947, B34R body by the operator
Photo taken Saturday 28 April 2007, Cultra
43. HAT647
Seen in Dumfries was Carruthers, New Abbey 7, HAT647, a Leyland PS1 with a Weymann B30R body new in May 1947 as East Yorkshire 431, one of five new that year. It was acquired by Carruthers in June 1958 and passed to Cruden (contractor), Musselburgh in August 1963.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
44. HCD447
Eastbourne Corporation Welfare Department (Old Comrades) "Polly", HCD447 a former Southdown Eastern Coachworks bodied Leyland PS1 of 1947 vintage seen parked in the Transport Department's Churchdale Road garage in May 1966.
Photo taken Thursday 5 May 1966, Churchdale Road Garage
45. HCD451
Southdown HCD451 was the last of twenty-five E.C.W. C31R bodied Leyland PS1s new in 1947. It was new as 1251 and was reclassified as DP31R and renumbered 699 in 1956 and is seen at Ascot presumably having come from Bognor.
Photo taken Saturday 19 July 1958, Ascot
46. HHN297
United Auto LP7, HHN297, was one of fifty Leyland PS1s with Willowbrook B35R bodies new in 1947. It was seen at Marlborough Crescent Bus Station. When new it was numbered LTO197 and had been renumbered in May 1951.
Photo taken Friday 31 July 1959, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
47. HHN306
Seen at Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, United Auto LP16, HHN306, was one of fifty Leyland PS1s with Willowbrook B35R bodies new in 1947. When new it was numbered LTO206 and was renumbered in May 1951.
Photo taken Friday 31 July 1959, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
48. HTB656
Ramsbottom UDC was the smallest constituent member of the PTE in Manchester with just 12 buses. Withdrawn before the PTE took over was this 1947 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Roe B35R bodywork. 17, HTB656, is seen at the Museum of Transport in Manchester.
Photo taken Saturday 1 December 2012, Manchester Museum of Transport
49. HTF617
Two Leyland PS1s with Harrington bodies are seen in Castle Street, Leeds at its junction with Lisbon Street. Morecambe Motors (Silver Grey), Morecambe HTF617 and HTJ36 were Leyland PS1s which had been new in October 1947 with Bellhouse Hartwell C33F and Santus C33F bodies respectively.
Photo taken Saturday 6 August 1955, Castle Street, Leeds
50. HYP330
One of the ten Leyland PS1/1s with Strachans C33F bodies new to United Service Transport, London S.W.17 in 1947, 1054, HYP330, is seen at Ascot races alongside one of their Duple Vega bodied Bedford SBs. After withdrawal HYP330, which was new in August 1947, is recorded as passing to "C.G. (contractor)" in October 1963 along with two others from the batch, also in 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 21 July 1962, Ascot
51. JAX354
Preserved(?) Davies Bros, Pencader, JAX354, a Leyland Tiger PS1 built 1947 with Wilks & Meade B35F bodywork. New to Jersey Motor Traction and registered J8535, not to be confused with another JAX354 in the Davies fleet as taken by John Kaye.
52. JRA635
Chesterfield Corporation 48, JRA635, Leyland Tiger PS1 with Crossley bodywork, new in 1947.
Photo taken Sunday 9 September 2007, at Meadowhall Rally, Sheffield
53. JYC855
JYC855 is a Leyland PS1 with a Harrington Fin C33F body dating from 1947 and registered in March 1948 to Scarlet Pimpernel motors of Minehead in Somerset, now part of the Roger Burdett collection.
Photo taken Sunday 25 November 2012, Fillongley
54. JYC855
A rear view of JYC855, a Leyland PS1 with a Harrington Fin C33F body dating from 1947 and registered in March 1948 to Scarlet Pimpernel motors of Minehead in Somerset, clealry showing the Harrington fin.
Photo taken Sunday 25 November 2012, Near Fillongley
55. JYC855
What is believed to be the first time since they were preserved, the two Leyland Scarlet Pimpernel coaches MYA590 and JYC855 are seen together. Both have Harrington bodywork with dorsal fins.
Photo taken Sunday 17 April 2016, Brooklands
56. LPT717
Contractor, Bradley of York, ran LPT717, a Gurney Nutting C33F bodied Leyland Tiger PS1/1 which they had acquired from Durham District Services, where it had been DLC93.
Photo taken April 1968, High Street, Stockton
57. LPU685
Eastern National 128, LPU685, seen at Braintree was a Duple C35F bodied Leyland PS1 which Westcliff had acquired in 1952 from City Coach Company to whom it had been new in 1947 carrying fleet number LS6. Control of Westcliff passed to Eastern National in 1952 as compensation for the loss of half its area with the transfer of the midland area services to United Counties. It was transferred to Eastern National in 1955 when the subsidiary companies were wound up.
Photo taken Saturday 6 December 1958, Braintree Bus Park
58. YSL334
Originally in the JMT fleet, this Leyland Tiger PS1 with Wilks and Mead bodywork was exported to Guernsey where it was re-registered 12523 and converted to open top for tourist use. When photographed in 2000, it was working for Macs Tours of Edinburgh and had been re-registered yet again to YSL334.
Photo taken Friday 6 July 2001, Waverley Bridge, Edinburgh
59. BCB340
Blackburn bought several batches of both double and single deck buses with Crossley bodywork in the late 1940s. 7, BCB340, is a Leyland Tiger PS1 with 34 seat rear entrance body.
Photo taken 1998, at Piece Hall, Halifax
60. BCB340
A rear view of preserved former Blackburn Corporation 7, BCB340, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Crossley B32F body, new in 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 31 July 1983, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
61. BCB341
Blackburn 8, BCB341, Leyland PS1 with Crossley B32F body, one of five new in 1948, on the bus park at Blackburn. It was not withdrawn until 1967 when it passed to a Liverpool school.
Photo taken Tuesday 22 March 1960, Blackburn
62. BWG324
Alexander (Northern) old and new at Perth Bus Station, but both immaculate on route 59 to Blairgowrie via Guildtown with BL garage plates. NPA98, BWG324, was one of numerous similar Alexander C35F bodied Leyland Tiger PS1s new to Alexander, entering service in September 1948 and gaining an "N" prefix when transferred to the new Northern company in May 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 9 September 1967, Perth Bus Station
63. CFN104
Preserved East Kent Leyland Tiger PS1/1 CFN104 with a 32 seat Park Royal coach body, new in early 1948. It was sold by East Kent in 1960.
Photo taken Sunday 20 July 2003, Alton
64. CFN104
Shining brilliantly in the sun is ex-East Kent Leyland Tiger PS1/1 CFN104 with a 32 seat Park Royal coach body, new in early 1948. It was sold by East Kent in 1960.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2005, Alton
65. CFN84
An East Kent halfcab coach, looks like CFN84, a Leyland Tiger PS1 from the 1940s with Park Royal C32R body
Photo taken c. 1956, London Victoria Coach Station
66. CFV707
Standerwick 86, CFV707, seen at Victoria Coach Station was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Burlingham C31F body new in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 2 August 1958, London Victoria Coach Station
67. CWG206
Alexander Leyland Tiger PS1 PA164, CWG206,with Alexander bus bodywork dating from 1948. The impressive Alexander fleetname is shown to good effect in this view.
Photo taken Sunday 19 July 2009, Elland Road, Leeds
68. DMS830
Alexander's (Fife) FPB17, DMS830, was one of the 20 Leyland OPS2/1s of 1948 with Alexander C35F bodywork which were rebuilt as conventional PS1s in 1960.
Photo taken 1967, Dunfermline Depot
69. DVH752
County Motors 73, DVH752, seen here in Dewsbury was a Leyland PS1 with Roe B32F body and was the first of six new in 1948. It was withdrawn in 1959 and passed eventually into preservation in 1974.
Photo taken Sunday 23 June 1957, Longcauseway, Dewsbury
70. DVH752
Ex County Motors 73, DVH752 a 1948 Roe B32F bodied Leyland PS1
Photo taken c. 1975, Scholes, Holmfirth
71. EAV458
Alexander Northern Leyland Tiger PS1 with 35 seat Duple body NPA197, EAV458, was acquired in 1950 with the business of Sutherland of Peterhead. It dates from 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 14 September 2008, Meadowhall, Sheffield
72. EAV458
Preserved Alexander Northern NPA197, EAV458, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with 35 seat Duple body new in 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 29 June 2014, Hertfordshire Showground, Redbourn
73. EAV458
A rear view of EAV458, a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with Duple A-Type C35F body, new in 1948 to Sutherland of Peterhead as their 117. Later passing to Alexander (Northern) it eventually found its way into the preserved collection of Maypole Coaches of Burcough.
Photo taken Sunday 3 August 1986, The Stray, Harrogate
74. GDK301
New to Yelloway, Rochdale in 1948 with a Trans United C33F body, GDK301, arrived with McLennan, Spittalfield in April 1958 and ran in service for a short while before being sold to Duncan, Kinloch Rannoch in 1959, returning to McLennan in February 1963. On its return it was rebodied with the McLennan B36F body seen in this shot in Dundee. It was again withdrawn and passed to Edgar, Dundee as a non-P.S.V. possibly on loan, by May 1972. It returned once more by January 1974 and was still licensed in 1977.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1970, Dock Street, Dundee
75. GTJ409
O.K. (Emmerson) GTJ409 seen at Bishop Auckland was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Raine DP35F body adapted for one man operation.
Photo taken Sunday 25 July 1965, Bishop Auckland Market Place
76. GWY77
Baddeley Bros, Holmfirth rebodied its Leyland PS1 GWY77 in 1954 with a secondhand Brush B34F body from a Yorkshire Woollen Leyland PS1 which was being rebodied as a double decker.
Photo taken Monday 18 May 1964, Upperhead Row Bus Station, Huddersfield
77. GZ7628
GZ7628, a Leyland PS1 with NIRTB B34R body, new 1948, which has now been in preservation for 44 years.
Photo taken Saturday 28 April 2012, Cultra
78. HD7848
This photo shows one of the Yorkshire Woollen PS1s converted as a lorry. HD7848 was originally bus 565, converted as seen here to a lorry and seems to carry the number E4, but I have no reference source to confirm this. It is seen on HGV driver training duties on Victoria Road in Leeds. In the background is the Leeds PD3 that was a show exhibit and is seen in pristine condition elsewhere on this site.
Photo taken Thursday 25 January 1973, Victoria Road, Leeds
79. HD7849
Yorkshire Woollen District 566, HD7849, seen in the old Maroon and Cream livery, leaves Chester Street in Bradford and waits to turn into Morley Street to head for Manchester on the Express service (X12) with the hinged metal plate folded down indicating that this is a duplicate bus. 566 was one of seventy-five Leyland PS1s with Brush B34F bodies new in 1948, twenty-four of which were rebodied in 1954/5 with M.C.C.W H30/26R bodies.
Photo taken Sunday 13 May 1956, Chester Street Bus Station, Bradford
80. HD7904
Yorkshire Woollen District 621, HD7904, a Leyland PS1 from 1948 with Brush B34F body. 621 and 622 were converted to towing wagons E5 and E6 in 1960 and withdrawn in 1969.
Photo taken 1968, Sovereign Street, Leeds
81. HD7905
Yorkshire Woollen 622, HD7905, a 1948 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Brush bodywork. A number of similar buses were rebodied as double deckers in the mid 1950s but 622 retained its single deck body until withdrawal.
Photo taken Sunday 11 September 2005, Meadowhall, Sheffield
82. HD7905
Former Yorkshire Woollen District 622, HD7905, a 1948 Leyland PS1 with Brush body.
Photo taken Sunday 18 November 2012, Dewsbury Bus Museum
83. HD7905
Former Yorkshire Woollen District 622, HD7905, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Brush B34F body, new 1948.
Photo taken Summer 1970, North's, Sherburn-in-Elmet
84. HD7905
Former Yorkshire Woollen District 622, HD7905, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Brush B34F body, new 1948.
Photo taken 1973, Mersey & Calder Group Yard, Todmorden
85. HD7995
Yorkshire Woollen District Leyland PS1 637, HD7995, with a 1948 Duple C33F body seen here on a Duple advertising card
Photo taken 1948
86. HG9651
Burnley Colne and Nelson 10, HG9651, a 1948 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Brush bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 6 August 2006, Harrogate
87. HG9651
Former Burnley, Colne and Nelson 10, HG9651, is a Leyland PS1 with a Brush B35R body of 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 9 October 2005, Kildwick
88. HMN787
Isle of Man Road Services 34, HMN787, a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 built in 1948 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Port Erin Garage
89. HUF303
Southdown 1303, HUF303, a 1948 Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with 32 seat Park Royal body. This style of Park Royal body was also bought by East Kent.
Photo taken 1996, Marsden, Huddersfield
90. HUF320
Southdown 1320, HUF320, was a Leyland PS1 with a Beadle body seen in Ebury Bridge Road.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, Ebury Bridge Road, near London Victoria Coach Station
91. JNC717
JNC717 was a Leyland PS1 belonging to Sharp, Manchester which had carried a Pochin
Photo taken Saturday 7 February 1959, Oxford Road, Manchester
92. JNC717
JNC717, a 1948 Leyland PS1 carrying a Pochin C33F body. It was rebodied with a Hulton body in March 1955.
93. JP6967
Delaine, Bourne 30, JP6967, a Bellhouse Hartwell C33F bodied Leyland PS1 was acquired from Smith, Wigan in October 1949 and was seen at Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough.
Photo taken Saturday 24 January 1959, Bishop's Road Bus Station, Peterborough
94. JTF739
Accrington 3, JTF739, a Leyland PS1 with Burlingham B35F body, one of four new in 1948, at the Garage. It was withdrawn two months later.
Photo taken Saturday 11 September 1965, Accrington Garage
95. JX9818
This Windover C33F bodied Leyland PS1 was one of three new to Hebble in 1948 and was numbered 5. It was renumbered 13 in June 1957 and JX9818 is seen here in the West Yorkshire Coach Station on Wellington Street, Leeds.
Photo taken Thursday 12 September 1957, Wellington Street Coach Station, Leeds
96. JXC235
Mann Egerton provided the B30F body for the Leyland PS1 which was new in 1948 as London Transport TD42, JXC235, seen at Staines West Station.
Photo taken Saturday 19 July 1958, Staines West Station
97. JXC256
London Transport TD63, JXC256, a Leyland PS1 seen at Edgware Station.
Photo taken Saturday 8 November 1958, London Edgware Station
98. JXC293
London Transport TD100, JXC293, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Mann Egerton B30F body, part of a batch of 100 introduced into service in 1948
Photo taken August 1960, London Edgware Garage
99. JXC293
London Transport Executive TD100, JXC293, was a Leyland PS1 with a Mann Egerton B31F body seen at Edgware Station.
Photo taken Saturday 15 October 1960, Edgware Station
100. JXC303
London Transport TD110, JXC303, was one of 100 Mann Egerton B31F bodied Leyland PS1 Tigers new in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 26 July 1958, Plimsoll Road, London Finsbury Park
101. JXC304
London Transport TD111, JXC304, was one of 100 Mann Egerton B31F bodied Leyland PS1 Tigers new in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 26 July 1958, Blackstock Road, near junction with Rock Street, London Finsbury Park
102. JXC307
London Transport TD114, JXC307 , was one of 100 Mann Egerton B31F bodied Leyland PS1 Tigers new in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 26 July 1958, Plimsoll Road, London Finsbury Park
103. JXC312
London Transport Executive TD119, JXC312, was a Leyland PS1 Tiger with a Mann Egerton B31F body new in 1948 and was about to go to Claygate when seen at Hampton Court Station.
Photo taken Saturday 27 December 1958, London Hampton Court Station
104. JXC323
London Transport TD130, JXC323, seen in Kingston Bus Station/Garage was a Leyland PS1 with a Mann Egerton B30F body new in 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 29 June 1958, Kingston Bus Station/Garage
105. JXT492
JXT492 seen in Windsor with Blue Bus, Slough was a Leyland PS1/1 which had been new in to Birch Bros., London N.W.5 in September 1948 with an Eastern Coachworks C31R body. It passed to Ronsway, Hemel Hempstead as DP32R in March 1959 and to Blue Bus. Slough in February 1960, being withdrawn in May 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 23 June 1962, St Alban's Street, Windsor
106. KRB86
Midland General Omnibus Co 200, KRB86, a Leyland PS1 with Saunders B35F bodywork, new 1948
Photo taken Sunday 12 July 1964, rear of Langley Mill Garage
107. KRB88
Midland General 202, KRB88, was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Saunders DP32F body which was seen in the Chorlton Street coach park in Manchester which backed on to Portland Street in the background, the building on the left still being in existance.
Photo taken Saturday 31 May 1958, Chorlton Street Coach Park, Manchester
108. KRB89
Seen in Matlock Bus Station on a wet day with the remains of the snow still visible was Midland General 203, KRB89, a Saunders DP35F bodied Leyland PS1/1 Tiger built in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 20 February 1960, Matlock Bus Station
109. LHA221
New in 1948 to Gliderways, Smethwick with a Harrington C33F body, LHA221 was a Leyland PS1/1 Tiger which had been rebodied with a Duple FC33F body and is seen with Purple, Bethesda.
Photo taken 1972
110. MNW85
Leeds 27, MNW85, one of two Leyland PS1s with Roe B36R bodies, new in 1948 is seen here at Henconner Lane, Bramley passing Bramley Garage which had until 1949 been a tram depot.
Photo taken Wednesday 28 March 1956, Henconner Lane, Bramley
111. MNW85
Having just arrived as a peak hour extra at the terminus in Ullswater Crescent, Halton Moor of route 28 from the Central Bus Station, a route normally worked by double-deckers, the driver is about to change the destination to the very helpful "York Road" with a blank route blind before they return to Torre Road No. 2 Garage. This point was also the terminus for the 44 service from Stanningley via Kirkstall and Headingley. Leeds 27, MNW85, was one of two Leyland PS1s with Roe B36R bodies new in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 15 September 1956, Ullswater Crescent, Halton Moor
112. MNW85
With the Capitol Picture House in the left background Leeds 27, MNW85, the first of two Leyland PS1s with Roe B36R bodies new in 1948 waits for departure time in Green Road, Meanwood on the route to Wortley.
Photo taken Sunday 3 October 1954, Green Road, Meanwood
113. MNW86
Leeds 28, MNW86, Leyland PS1/Roe B36R one of two entering service in December 1948 seen here at Cockshott Lane on route 45 Harehills - Wortley, one of the two routes operated by single deck vehicles due to bridge weight and height restrictions.
Photo taken Monday 30 May 1955, Cockshott Lane, Bramley
114. MNW86
Leeds City Transport bought AEC Regents for over 30 years - representing the start of the era is 139, ANW682, a 1934 AEC Regent with Roe bodywork. Alongside 139 is 28, MNW86, a 1948 Leyland Tiger PS1, one of a pair with Roe bodywork. Two variations of the Leeds blue livery are carried
Photo taken Sunday 19 July 2009, Elland Road, Leeds
115. MNW86
Former Leeds CT 28, MNW86, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Roe B36R body, new in 1948, is followed by former Burnley, Colne & Nelson 41, CHG541, a Leyland Tiger PS2/14 with East Lancs. B39F body, new in 1954 (having being rebuilt from its original B39R in 1958).
Photo taken Saturday 30 August 1975, Trough of Bowland area
116. MNW86
Former Leeds CT 28, MNW86, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Roe B36R body, new in 1948, is followed by former Burnley, Colne & Nelson 41, CHG541, a Leyland Tiger PS2/14 with East Lancs. B39F body, new in 1954 (having being rebuilt from its original B39R in 1958).
Photo taken Saturday 30 August 1975, Trough of Bowland area
117. MNW86
In Albion Street, Leeds, with Albion Place the side street in the background, is Leeds 28, MNW86, one of two Leyland PS1s with Roe B36R bodies new in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 21 August 1954, Albion Street, Leeds
118. MRR601
Fishermans Net, an angling club, used MRR601 for club transport and it is seen here at Hounslow. Originally Barton 541, JRR921, a Leyland PS1/1 new in 1948 with a Duple C35F body it was rebuilt in 1951, after an accident, as a Barton BTS1 30' coach with a Massey DP43F body and renumbered 651.
Photo taken Saturday 27 March 1971, London Hounslow
119. ZD7168
CIE P28, ZD7168, was a 1948 Leyland Tiger OPS3 with a CIE B39F body. It was part of a batch of 30, P1-30, withdrawals of which began in 1962 and included this example.
Photo taken July 1964, CIE Galway depot
120. ZD7169
Rear view of CIE P29, ZD7169, a 1948 Leyland Tiger OPS3 with a CIE B39F body. It was part of a batch of 30, P1-30, withdrawals of which began in 1962 and included this example.
Photo taken July 1964, Galway Depot
121. BHE442
Eastbourne Electric Tramway BHE442, a Leyland Tiger PS1 ancilliary vehicle. New to Yorkshire Traction (781) in 1949 with a Brush B32F body, it was withdrawn by them in 1960 and sold to the ETC who cut it down into this form.
Photo taken Monday 20 July 1970, The Crumbles, Eastbourne
122. BWG522
BWG522 seen in Dunoon was a Leyland PS1 with an Alexander C35F body and was one of forty-four new in 1949 to W. Alexander, Falkirk. PA117 was transferred to Alexander (Midland) in May 1961 with whom it is seen here.
Photo taken Monday 11 June 1962, Dunoon Pier
123. BWG529
BWG529 was a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Alexander C35F body, new in March 1949 to Walter Alexander & Co, numbered PA124. Alongside is KWG654, a Leyland Titan PD3/3 with Alexander L35/32R body, new in September 1958 to Walter Alexander, numbered RB193.
Photo taken 1960s, Coulardbank Road, Lossiemouth
124. CMS201
W. Alexander PA133, CMS 201, a 1949 Leyland Tiger PS1 with an Alexander C35F body at Brough during the 2014 Brough & Kirkby Stephen Rally.
Photo taken Saturday 19 April 2014, Brough
125. CSD16
Western S.M.T. 610, CSD16, was an Alexander C35F bodied Leyland PS1 new in 1949.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Clyde Street, Glasgow
126. CSD9
Western S.M.T. 603, CSD9, was a Leyland PS1 with an Alexander C35F body new in 1949 which is seen in Dumfries and which, after withdrawal in 1965, passed to Frazer, Blaydon-on-Tyne in April 1966.
Photo taken Tuesday 5 June 1962, Whitesands, Dumfries
127. CWG286
This Leyland Tiger PS1 was new to Alexander in 1949 as their PA184, CWG286. It carries Alexander bodywork and is seen in service with Cumbria Classic coaches in a rain soaked Barnard Castle.
Photo taken July 2000, Barnard Castle
128. EVA675
Central S.M.T. T153, EVA675, seen in Quarry Street, Hamilton, was a Leyland PS1 with an Alexander C34R body, one of fourteen delivered in 1949 although the chassis were built in 1946/7.
Photo taken Friday 21 June 1963, Quarry Street, Hamilton
129. EVD580
An interesting Leyland Tiger PS1 with Plaxton 33 seat body from May 1949, EVD580 in the livery of Bee Line, Hartlepool taken at the 25th anniversary of the opening on the British Commercial Vehicle Museum in Leyland, a quality museum not to be missed
Photo taken Sunday 18 May 2008, British Commercial Vehicle Museum in Leyland
130. EVH213
County Motors line up, from left to right - 93, NCX178, a Guy Arab IV (with exposed grill) with Roe body of 1958; 70, CCX801, a Guy Arab II of 1945, rebodied by Roe in 1953; 85, EVH213, a Leyland PS1/2 of 1949, rebodied by Windover in 1954.
Photo taken 1967, Lepton Depot, Huddersfield
131. EVH214
County, Lepton 86, EVH214, seen at Wembley Stadium was a Leyland PS2/1 which had been rebodied in 1954 with this Windover Huntingdon FC35F body. When new in 1949 it had a Roe B32F body and it was rebodied along with similar bus 85, EVH213.
Photo taken Saturday 12 May 1962, Wembley Stadium
132. GER835
Premier Travel, Cambridge put into service in 1949 three Leyland PS1/1s with Wilks & Meade C33F bodies and the last one numbered 35, GER835, which entered service in April is seen here.
Photo taken Sunday 5 July 1959, Drummer Street Bus Station, Cambridge
133. HUF290
Beadle bodied Leyland PS1, HUF290, seen here with McLennan, Spitalfield had been new as Southdown 1290 in 1949 as C32R. Along with the rest of the batch (1290-1298) it was rebuilt by Beadle in 1954/5 to FC32R. Acquired from Rennie, Cairneyhill in June 1963 and rebuilt to FC35F by McLennan it was withdrawn in 1968.
Photo taken Wednesday 28 July 1965, Spittalfield
134. HUF951
Southdown 1351, HUF951, was a Leyland PS1 with a Duple C32R body, the last of forty new in 1948/9. It had been rebuilt to FC32R in 1955 by Beadle.
Photo taken Wednesday 3 June 1959, London Victoria Coach Station
135. HYG515
HYG515 was a Leyland PS1 with a Burlingham B35F body new in September 1949 to A. & C. Wigmore, Dinnington. In this rather grainy shot it is seen laying over on the parking area at Pond Street Bus Station in Sheffield on their daily service from Dinnington via Laughton, Thurcroft, Whiston and Tinsley.
Photo taken Saturday 21 February 1959, Pond Street Bus Station, Sheffield
136. JAO835
Ten Leyland PS1/1s with Associated Coachbuilders C31F bodies were delivered to Cumberland in 1949 and 33, JAO835, is seen here after being one of nine rebodied with new B34F bodies, fitted for one-man operation, built by Cumberland Motor Services between 1958 and 1960, this one dating from February 1959. The tenth one was rebodied by Eastern Coachworks with an FB35F body in December 1958. JAO835 was renumbered to 112 in December 1961 and withdrawn in 1965, passing to F. Cowley (dealer), Salford.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, Whitehaven Bus Station
137. JAO837
Cumberland 35, JAO837, a Leyland PS1/1 new in 1949 with an ACB C31F body was rebodied with an Eastern Coachworks FB35F body in December 1958 and is seen here outside the garage at Keswick.
Photo taken Thursday 16 April 1959, Keswick Bus Station
138. JAO837
Cumberland 35, JAO837. Ten Leyland PS1/1s with Associated Coachbuilders C31F bodies were delivered to Cumberland in 1949 and nine were rebodied with new B34F bodies, fitted for one-man operation, built by Cumberland Motor Services between 1958 and 1960. The tenth one was rebodied by Eastern Coachworks with an FB35F body in December 1958. JAO837 was renumbered to 114 in December 1961 and withdrawn in 1966, passing to Armstrong (contractor), Cockermouth in July 1966, and was reported as still being in service with Armstrong, numbered 35, in 1975.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, Carlisle Bus Station
139. JLJ401
Former Bournemouth Corporation 44, JLJ401, a Leyland Tiger PS2/3 with Burlingham FC31F body, one of three coaches which entered service in 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 4 May 2003, at Madeira Drive, Brighton
140. JLJ401
Former Bournemouth Corporation 44, JLJ401, a Leyland Tiger PS2/3 with Burlingham FC31F body, one of three coaches which entered service in 1949. In 1959 they were fitted for one-man-operation and with bus seats
Photo taken Sunday 1 January 2012, Winchester Bus Station
141. JLJ402
Bournemouth Corporation 45, JLJ402, is a Leyland Tiger PS2/1 with Burlingham FC32F bodywork new in 1949.
Photo taken 1954
142. JLJ403
Bournemouth 88, JLJ403, a Leyland PS2/3 with Burlingham FC31F body built in 1949. Another photo from the Crich Grand Transport Extravaganza, August Bank Holiday, 1971.
Photo taken Monday 30 August 1971, Crich Tramway Museum
143. JLJ403
Chaldon Herring is a small village in Dorset near to Lulworth Cove. On holiday there I was surprised to come across this. JLJ403 was a Leyland Tiger PS2/1 with Burlingham FC32F body that was rapidly modified to FC31F and entered service as Bournemouth 46 on 22 August 1949. In August 1959 it was converted for one-man operation and fitted with seats from withdrawn trolleybuses to give a revised capacity of 35.
Photo taken Thursday 30 August 2001, Chaldon Herring
144. JLJ403
Preserved as part of the Bournemouth Heritage Transport Collection, which I believe is now based at Winkleigh, JLJ403 is a former Bournemouth Corporation Leyland PS2/3 with full-fronted Burlingham bodywork and was new in 1949.
Photo taken June 2017
145. JXC288
Preserved ex-London Transport TD95, JXC288, Leyland Tiger PS1 with Mann Egerton B30F body new in 1949
Photo taken Sunday 3 April 2005, Wisley Aerodrome
146. JXC298
London Transport TD105, JXC298, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Mann Egerton B31F body which entered service in June 1949 and seen here working from Uxbridge Garage on the route 224.
Photo taken Sunday 17 May 1959, London Uxbridge Station
147. JXC323
London Transport TD130, JXC323, is a preserved Mann Egerton-bodied Leyland PS1. Since its withdrawal from LT service in 1962, it has gone through many owners (the last being in Bristol) but is now reported to be in urgent need of restoration.
Photo taken Sunday 26 March 1972, Thornton Road, Bradford
148. KTJ502
An animated scene in Skipton bus station during the running day as Haslingdon 2, KTJ502, a 1949 Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with Burlingham body, loads up.
Photo taken Sunday 8 October 2017, Skipton bus station
149. KUP136
Seen at the garage Paton, Renfrew number 60, KUP136, started life in August 1949 as Wilkinson, Sedgfield 36. It was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Burlingham C33F body and was acquired in 1959.
Photo taken Wednesday 19 June 1963, Paton Garage, Renfrew
150. LNF553
Leyland Tiger PS2/1 LNF553 in the fleet of E.H.Roberts & Co Plant Ltd, with Burlingham C35F body, new in 1949 to Mason, Manchester. Alongside is Banfields ex East Kent Leyland PD1 CJG970.
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 1965, Seaway Car Park, Southend
151. LTD149
LTD149, a Leyland Tiger PS2/3 with Burlingham FC33F body, new in 1949 to Warburton's of Tottington near Bury. Seen here operating for Kirk, a contractor as staff transport, and I think parked at Mellor Brook in Lancashire.
Photo taken Sunday 31 March 1968, Mellor Brook, near Blackburn (?)
152. MYA121
Seen leaving the Coach Station at Cheltenham is MYA121, a Burlingham FC33F bodied Leyland Tiger PS1/1. Midland Red, Royal Blue and independent coaches are in the background. It had been new in 1950 to Blue Motors, Minehead but is here with Ridler, Dulverton
Photo taken Saturday 20 July 1963, Cheltenham Coach Station
153. NVX170
NVX170 was City Coach Company G7, a unique Leyland PS2/11 with Heaver B39C body which had to have an extra axle as it was 30ft long but had this removed when the law changed in 1950.
154. 2493
Guernseybus 16, 2493, a Leyland Tiger PS1 built in 1951 with Guernseybus/Priaulx O35F bodywork from 1989.
Photo taken July 1989, Picquet House, S.t Peter Port, Guernsey
155. AHG51
Burnley, Colne & Nelson 30, AHG51, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Massey body, new in 1950 as B35R it was later converted to forward entrance for one man operation.
Photo taken 1966, BC&N's Colne Garage
156. AHL694
This Leyland Tiger PS1 with a 35 seat Barnaby body, AHL694, was new to Bullock of Featherstone in 1950 as their number 284 and then passed to West Riding when they bought Bullock out.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 2005, Kirkby Stephen
157. AHL694
Barnaby bodied Leyland PS1 AHL694 is used by Greenway Ferry Co. on a connecting service from Torquay and Paignton to Greenway House, home of the late Agatha Christie and now owned by the National Trust. It is seen here in Sands Road, Paignton, on its way to Torquay to take up duty.
Photo taken Sunday 15 September 2013, Sands Road, Paignton
158. BCP828
Hebble 19, BCP828, a Willowbrook DP33F bodied Leyland PS2/3 is seen in leafy surroundings at Stonegate Road Circus, Leeds. It had been numbered 41 when new in 1950 and became 19 in June 1957, being further renumbered to 184 in June 1958 and to 133 in August 1960.
Photo taken Saturday 6 July 1957, Stonegate Road Circus, Leeds
159. BCP829
Great Yarmouth 17, BCP829, was a Leyland PS2/3 with Willowbrook B33F body new in 1950 which was acquired from Hebble in September 1962.
Photo taken Sunday 11 October 1964, Caister Road Garage
160. BCP829
Leyland PS2 BCP829 is being used here by Wallasey Welfare Department. It appears to have been modified for one man operation while still in PSV use and has later been modified somewhat at the rear, possibly in connection with fitting a wheel chair lift.
Photo taken Wallasey
161. BCP829
A busy day at Lower Mosley Street Bus Station in Manchester sees Hebble 185, BCP829, departing on the X12 service to Bradford. This was a Willowbrook DP33F bodied Leyland PS2/3 new in 1950 as number 42, becoming 20 in June 1957, 185 in June 1958 and finally 134 in August 1960. After withdrawal in February 1962 it passed to Great Yarmouth as number 17 entering service in October. It passed in May 1965 to Wallasey Corporation Welfare Department and was rebuilt to B17FL.
Photo taken Monday 18 May 1959, Lower Mosley Street Bus Station, Manchester
162. BCP829
Acquired by Great Yarmouth in 1962 from Hebble, Halifax and numbered 17, BCP829 was a Leyland PS2/3 with a Willowbrook DP33F body new in 1950 as Hebble 20 later 185 and finally 134 before its withdrawal by Hebble in 1962.
Photo taken Sunday 11 October 1964, Caister Road Garage
163. BCP830
Seen at the Walnut Street garage in Halifax is Hebble 186, BCP830, the last of six Willowbrook DP33F bodied Leyland PS2/3s new in 1950. Originally numbered 43 it was renumbered 21 in June 1957, 186 in June 1958 and was repainted into the bus livery in 1958. It was again renumbered to 135 in August 1960 and was withdrawn in February 1962.
Photo taken Sunday 4 January 1959, Walnut Street Garage, Halifax
164. CID714
This photograph has found its way into my collection. No idea the photographer or date, but the registration looks like CID714 and the radiator badge says "Leyland". Arva(gh), on the destination screen, is a town in County Cavan in Ireland, and Jackson appears to be the operator. Any ideas gentlemen?
Photo taken Ireland?
165. CMS214
Alexander, Falkirk PA145, CMS214, was a Leyland PS1 with an Alexander C35F body new in 1950 which was seen in Killermont Street, Glasgow.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Killermont Street, Glasgow
166. CRN978
Ribble MS, BD1, CRN978, a Leyland Tiger PS2/5 built in 1950 with Burlingham bodywork.
Photo taken August 1981, Harrogate Stray
167. CRN983
Ribble 2783 renumbered 233 then BD2 (recovery vehicle), a Leyland PS2/5 with Burlingham B35F body, dating from 1950. Originally CRN983, re-registered NSU250 and seen at the 2015 Wirral tram and bus show. Restoration was completed in 2014
Photo taken Sunday 4 October 2015, Birkenhead
168. CRN990
Merseyside PTE 10, CRN990, a Leyland Tiger PS2/3 built in 1950 with Burlingham B35F bodywork (subsequently changed to open-top). New as Ribble 2790.
Photo taken September 1974, Promenade, Southport
169. CRN993
Southport 12, CRN993, was purchased from Ribble in 1963 and converted to "open top". A Leyland PS2/5 with Burlingham O35F, no.12 unloads on the Promenade whilst a healthy crowd patiently waits to go for a breezy trip.
Photo taken Sunday 1 September 1974, Promenade, Southport
170. CRN994
Carmichael, Glenboig (t/a Highland) CRN994, a Leyland PS2/5 with a Burlingham B35F body started life in February 1950 as Ribble, Preston 2794, being renumbered to 244 in 1951 and passing to Carmichael by August 1963 according to the P.S.V. Circle's Alexander fleet history.
Photo taken Thursday 20 June 1963, Sunnyside Road, Coatbridge
171. CRN996
Ribble 246, CRN996, had been numbered 2796 when new in 1950, being renumbered 246 in 1951, and was a Leyland PS2/5 with a Burlingham B35F body.
Photo taken Saturday 28 July 1956, Castle Street, Leeds
172. CWG206
Alexander PA164, CWG206, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Alexander bodywork seating 35 The bus is in Alexanders blue livery that was adopted by Alexander Midland after the spliting of the Alexander empire in the 1960s.
Photo taken 1996, Harrogate
173. CWG206
Alexander's (Northern) NPA164, CWG206, a Leyland PS1 with Alexander C35F bodywork, was new in 1950 to W Alexander & Sons as PA164 and allocated to Dundee depot where it spent its entire life.
Photo taken 1969, Seagate Bus Station, Dundee
174. CWG286
Alexander PA184, CWG286, a 1950 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Alexander body in reversed livery used for the Bluebird coach fleet by Alexander.
Photo taken 1998, Piece Hall, Halifax
175. CWG286
Former Alexander Northern NPA184, CWG286, is a Leyland PS1/1 with Alexander C35F body of 1950.
Photo taken 4 Jul 2003, Leyburn Station
176. CWG286
PA184, CWG286, is a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with Alexander C35F bodywork which was first registered By Alexander's on 23 June 1950. After 'the split' it became NPA184 in the fleet of Alexander's (Northern).
Photo taken Saturday 26 March 2016, Grand Prix Coaches yard, Main Street, Brough, Cumbria
177. CWG292
Alexander Midland MPA190, CWG292, a Leyland Tiger PS1 built 1950 with Alexander C35F body at Falkirk Bus Station in 1968.
Photo taken 1968, Falkirk Bus Station
178. CWG339
Yuill, Hartlepool based contractor, CWG339, a Leyland Tiger PS1 of 1950 with Burlingham FC33F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1972, Yuill's Hartlepool Depot
179. FNV557
Leyland single decker FNV557, a Leyland PS2 with Whitson body, originally operated by a Northamptonshire operator who traded as Royal Blue. Part of the Roger Burdett collection.
Photo taken Sunday 21 June 2009, Norden Park and Ride
180. FNV557
Leyland single decker FNV557, a Leyland PS2/3 with Whitson FC33F body new in February 1950, originally operated by a Northamptonshire operator who traded as Royal Blue, the Royal Blue Coach & Transport Co. Ltd., The Garage, 1 Shaw Road, Pytchley, Kettering, Northants.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 January 2014, Winchester Bus Station
181. GAY171
Stevenson of Uttoxeter 21, GAY171, a 1950 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Willowbrook body originally in the fleet of Leicester independent Alen of Mountsorrel.
Photo taken 1976, Uttoxeter Garage
182. GAY590
Seen at Victoria Coach Station displaying a Royal Tiger badge is Leyland PS1/1, GAY590, with a Plaxton Consort IV FC35F body which had been fitted in June 1959. In service with N. & S., Kibworth, to whom it had been new in June 1950 with a Burlingham C33F body, it was on hire to United Counties.
Photo taken Wednesday 9 August 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
183. HOT853
Chisnell, Winchester (King Alfred) HOT853 was a Leyland PS1/1 Tiger with a Reading C33F body, one of two new in May 1950 and is seen at Hampton Court.
Photo taken Sunday 29 June 1958, Hampton Court
184. HOU866
HOU866 was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Duple FC33C body dating from 1950.
Photo taken circa 1968, Shipley
185. HWO323
Preserved Red & White HWO323, a 1950 Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with a Lydney Coaches C33F body, new in 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 4 September 2011, Rhydycar Leisure Centre, Merthyr Tydfil
186. JAX354
Plaxton Highway FB39F bodywork was used to rebody JAX354, a 1950 Leyland PS2/3, in October 1957 for Hill, Tredegar. It is seen here with Davies, Pencader with fleet number 59.
Photo taken Wednesday 4 August 1971, Pencader
187. JDG967
Seen at Baker (dealer), Farnham is JDG967 a Leyland PS2/3 new to Febry, Chipping Sodbury in March 1950 with a Plaxton FC33F body.
Photo taken 1969, Farnham
188. JHO64
Jefferys (Liss & District), Grayshott JHO64, seen at the garage at Grayshott, was a Leyland PS2/3 with a Burlingham C37F body new in December 1950 to Alner (Victory Coaches), Fordingbridge.
Photo taken Sunday 2 May 1965, Grayshott
189. JOJ245
Preserved Birmingham City 2245, JOJ245, a Leyland PS2 with Weymann B34F body, one of a batch of 30 new in 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 27 September 2009, at Duxford
190. JOJ245
Birmingham City Transport 2245, JOJ245, a 1950 Leyland PS2/1 with Weymann body, one of a batch of 30 new in 1950. 2245 was withdrawn at the end of 1969.
Photo taken Monday 31 May 2010, BaMMot Wythall
191. JOJ249
Birmingham 2249, JOJ249, a Leyland Tiger PS2/1 built in 1950 with Weymann B34F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1969, Newcastle-under-Lyme Garage
192. JOJ255
A picture taken at the end of the Birmingham Outer Circle run of 18 June 1972. In the foreground are Birmingham 2255, JOJ255, and 2231, JOJ231, Leyland Tiger PS2s followed by a pair of Sentinels from Browns of Donington, including HAW373 nearest the camera. In the background can be seen Barton's Charabanc, SELNEC Leyland National EX30 and a Southdown double decker registered JCD??.
Photo taken Sunday 18 June 1972, Birmingham Outer Circle Run
193. JOJ255
One of the famous Birmingham Tigers, 2255, JOJ255, photographed at Crich August 1971, Bank Holiday Monday.
Photo taken Monday 30 August 1971, Crich Tramway Museum
194. JRM195
Cumberland 199, JRM195, was one of ten Leyland PS1/1s with Burlingham bodies delivered in 1950. Two had C28F bodies whilst the others, including 199, had C31F coachwork. In April 1959 bus seats were fitted to 199 and a full width canopy, with destination and route number boxes, was also fitted. New windows with radiused sliders replacing the original half-drop type were also fitted. In December 1961 it became number 124 and passed to F. Cowley (dealer), Salford in January 1964 and then to William Press Limited (contractor), London numbered CH36 in March.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1959, Oxford Street/Workington Bus Station
195. JUE351
Stratford Blue 53, JUE351, a Leyland PS2/3 with a Willowbrook DP34F body of 1950. It was rebodied by Northern Counties as a double-decker (35) in 1963
Photo taken 1962, Stratford-upon-Avon Red Lion Bus Station
196. JWT724
Pennine, Gargrave JWT724 was a 1950 Leyland PS2/1 with Burlingham B35F body seen in Leeds, Castle Street operating a duplicate on a Yorkshire-Blackpool pool service
Photo taken Saturday 30 July 1955, Castle Street, Leeds
197. JWU117
JWU117 seen here with Paton. Renfrew, where it carried fleet number 59, was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Bellhouse Hartwell C33F body which had been new in February 1950 to Whiteley (Central Motors), Ripponden.
Photo taken Wednesday 13 June 1962, Paton's Depot, Tower Garage, Ferry Road, Renfrew
198. JWU937
JWU937, a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with Plaxton C33F body, new in 1950 to Charles Wood of Brighouse.
Photo taken early 1974, WETC, Winkleigh, Devon
199. JWU937
A rear view of JWU937, a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with Plaxton C33F body, new in 1950 to Charles Wood of Brighouse, and latterly with Thomas Bros. of Llangadog.
Photo taken early 1974, WETC, Winkleigh, Devon
200. JWY448
JWY448, new to Pemberton, Upton in August 1950, was acquired by Hunter, Tantobie in March 1953 and the Leyland PS1/1 Tiger with Plaxton M1 style FC35F body is seen at Hunter's Garage at Tantobie.
Photo taken Friday 4 August 1967, Tantobie
201. JWY448
Second shot of JWY448, new to Pemberton, Upton in August 1950, was acquired by Hunter, Tantobie in March 1953 and the Leyland PS1/1 Tiger with Plaxton M1 style FC35F body is seen at Hunter's Garage at Tantobie.
Photo taken Friday 4 August 1967, Tantobie
202. KAD576
KAD576 operated by Rays Coaches London SE5, a Gurney Nutting FC33F bodied Leyland PS1/1 new in May 1950 to Burchill, Bristol.
Photo taken Sunday 7 March 1965, yard of dealer Barnard & Barnard, Sydenham, London SE26
203. KFJ607
Part of the fleet of Farrans, contractors building new barracks at Reed Hall, Colchester. The Leyland in the middle, KFJ607, was ex Greenslades and still in their colours. On the right is LPU686, a Leyland PS1/1 with Duple body, new as City Coach LS7 and later Eastern National 129.
Photo taken Saturday 20 February 1965, Reed Hall, Colchester
204. KUP949
KUP949, a 1950 Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with Burlingham body was bought new by Iveson of Cornsay Collery in County Durham. By 1957 the bus was in service with Baxters of Airdrie who sold it in that year to Ledgards of Armley. It survived in the Ledgard fleet until 1967 and the sale to West Yorkshire.
Photo taken 1992, Harrogate
205. KUP949
Seen on a visit to the Middleton Garage of Leeds City Transport, opened in November 1966, is preserved ex-Ledgard, Armley KUP949, a Burlingham C33F bodied Leyland PS1/1 new to Iveson, Esh in 1950 and acquired by Ledgard in February 1957 from Baxter, Airdrie.
Photo taken Saturday 7 September 1968, Middleton Garage, Leeds
206. KUP949
Ledgard, Armley KUP949 was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Burlingham C35F body which had been new in April 1950 to Iveson, Esh Winning. It passed first to Baxter, Airdrie as number 40 around 1953 and then to Ledgard in February 1957 retaining its Baxter livery for some time as seen here in Saville Street, Leeds.
Photo taken Saturday 8 June 1957, Saville Street, Leeds
207. KUP949
KUP949 is the preserved Samuel Ledgard (former Iveson then Baxters) Leyland PS1/1 with a Burlingham C35F body dating from 1950. After the demise of Ledgard in 1967 it was purchased for preservation.
Photo taken c.1969, Hollins Hill, Baildon
208. KUP949
One more photograph of former Samuel Ledgard KUP949, a Leyland Tiger PS1 with Burlingham C35F body, new to Iveson's of Esh in 1950, later passing to Baxter's of Airdrie (40), acquired by Ledgard in 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 15 October 2017, Cattle Market Street, Otley
209. KUP949
A rear view of Ledgard Leyland Tiger PS1/1 KUP949 with Burlingham bodywork dating from 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 15 October 2017, Cattle Market Street, Otley
210. KYH44
This Leyland PS2 Harrington new to Ewer's Grey Green fleet in 1950 was one of five bought by Mulley's Motorways in 1961. The different fleetnames Mulley's used were those of companies taken over, in this case Corona of Acton, Sudbury. Seen here in Colchester's late lamented Bus Station, it was on the regular Sunday evening bingo run. KYH44 lasted until July 1968.
Photo taken Sunday 21 August 1966, Colchester Bus Station
211. LFM302
Crosville KA226, LFM302, is a Leyland PS1 with Weymann DP35F body but in use as DP31F. Fully restored it has until 2012 been part of the Quantock Motor Services fleet but was sold as Stephen Morris reduces the number of his vehicles.
Photo taken Saturday 1 May 2010, Bishops Lydeard, approach to WSR station
212. LFM303
C. V. Buchan (contractor, Macclesfield), LFM303, a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with Weymann DP35F body. Originally ordered by Midland General it was diverted to Crosville when new in 1950 as their KA227. Renumbered ETE927, and later STE927 it was withdrawn in 1964, passing to dealer Frank Cowley then to an unknown owner in East Sussex, before being acquired for non-psv use by Buchan by 1965.
Photo taken April 1971, Century Road, Elland
213. LFM320
Crosville ETE944, LFM320, a 1950 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Weymann dual purpose bodywork.
Photo taken c.1997, Huddersfield Rally
214. LFM320
A special visiting vehicle to the Kirkby Stephen Rally was Crosville KA244, LFM320, a 1950 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Weymann dual purpose bodywork. It is now part of the Quantock Heritage Fleet and recently acquired by Steve Morris. It was repainted in Staffordshire before attending the event, where Steve did many of the runs as the driver of the vehicle.
Photo taken Sunday 5 April 2015, Brough
215. LNN886
Barton 630, LNN886, was a new Leyland PS2/3 the chassis being extended and converted to PS2/12A standards by Barton to take the 30' Beccols FC43F body, entering service in June 1950. Withdrawn in March 1963, it was scrapped in May.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 1959
216. LRR490
This Duple Ambassador FC33C bodied Leyland PS2/3 still belonged to Hornsby, Ashby when seen in Bridge Street car park in Leeds. LRR490 had been new in September 1950 to Lee, Worksop, passed to Handley, Middleham in May 1951 and to Hornsby in March 1953.
Photo taken Friday 2 January 1959, Bridge Street Car Park, Leeds
217. LTF808
New to Jackson, Chorley in April 1950, LTF808 was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Harrington C33F body which was acquired by Harper Bros., Heath Hayes from Dunn & Hales, Brownhills along with seven other vehicles, and numbered 22 in April 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1964
218. LTJ623
Canham, Whittlesey LTJ623 was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Burlingham FC33F body new to Mercer, Longridge in June 1950 and acquired in August 1961 from Hoyle, Halifax.
Photo taken Sunday 20 September 1964, Scaldgate, Whittlesey
219. LTJ623
A second shot of Canham, Whittlesey LTJ623 which was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Burlingham FC33F body new to Mercer, Longridge in June 1950 and acquired in August 1961 from Hoyle, Halifax.
Photo taken Sunday 20 September 1964, Whittlesey
220. LUO694
LUO694, a Leyland Tiger PS2/3 with Burlingham C33F body, new in 1950 to Pridham Bros. of Lamerton, Devon.
Photo taken early 1974, WETC, Winkleigh, Devon
221. LUW61
Harrington C33F bodied Leyland PS2/3 LUW61 had been new in November 1950 to Streatham Vale, London S.W.16 but is seen here in Buckingham Palace Road waiting to enter Victoria Coach Station whilst with Crump (Denham Coaches), Pinner.
Photo taken Saturday 29 July 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
222. MKM486
MKM486 was a Leyland PS1/1 with an Allweather C33F body new to Atkins, Hextable in March 1950 and seen here at Wembley Stadium alongside OKR 592, an A.E.C. 9821E Regal IV with a Yeates C39C body new to him in 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 22 April 1961, Wembley Stadium
223. MTB848
Rawtenstall 55, MTB848, a 1950 Leyland Tiger PS2/1 with rear entrance East Lancs bodywork seating 35.
Photo taken Sunday 21 June 2009, Chatsworth
224. MTB848
Rawtenstall 55, MTB848, a Leyland PS2/1 with an East Lancs B35R body.
Photo taken Sunday 14 September 1958, Haslingden Road
225. MTB848
Rossendale MTB848, a Leyland Tiger PS2 with East Lancs body, originally B35R, new as Rawtenstall 55 in 1950. Seen here in the depot in use as a towing vehicle.
Photo taken Saturday 2 August 1980, Rawtenstall depot
226. MTO32
Seen at Victoria Coach Station is Skill, Nottingham MTO32 which was a Leyland PS2/3 rebodied in 1959 with a Plaxton Consort IV FC37F body. To the left is WTV725 a Venturer III bodied Bedford SBG of Skill's dating from 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 20 May 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
227. YWM75
Seen at Wembley Stadium was YWM75, a Leyland PS2/3 with a Plaxton Embassy II FC35F body belonging to Lawrenson, Bootle. It had been new to Fieldsend, Salford in April 1950 as EBA 266 with a Harrington C33F body. After being involved in a serious accident it was rebuilt to FC35F and re-registered FRJ 610 in 1953. In late 1963 it was fitted with the Plaxton body and again re-registered for Lawrenson, entering service in January 1964.
Photo taken Saturday 1 May 1965, Wembley Stadium
228. DGS625
Leyland PS1/3, DGS625, new in 1951 carried a McLennan C39F body adapted for one man operation. It is seen here in withdrawn condition but was reinstated two years later and withdrawn finally in 1977.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1970
229. DMS831
In 1948 W Alexander & Sons acquired 20 Leyland OPS2/1 chassis which comprised an order for New Zealand which had been cancelled. Consideration was given to bodying them as double-deck coaches but in 1951 they were finally bodied as C35F. All but three of the batch were rebuilt as standard PS1s in 1960 using parts from withdrawn PS1s and ten of the original batch came to Fife at the split. FPB18, DMS831, was one of these and was withdrawn in 1970 and scrapped by Muir's. It had been PB18 prior to its transfer to Fife.
Photo taken 1968, Dunfermline Depot
230. DSG625
Leyland PS1/3, DGS625, new in 1951 carried a McLennan C39F body adapted for one man operation and is seen at Spittalfield.
Photo taken Wednesday 28 July 1965, Spittalfield
231. ERJ880
New to Fieldsend, Salford in May 1951 ERJ880 was a Leyland PS1 with a Plaxton Envoy FC33F body. It is seen here with Baldwin & Barlow, Tow Law at Wolsingham School.
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, Wolsingham School
232. FVD832
Seen in the coach park at Wembley Stadium is FVD832, a Plaxton Envoy FC35F bodied Leyland PS1/1 new in February 1951 to Park, Hamilton. In May 1955 it moved to Jackson, Blackpool followed by a move to LEA, Coventry and in December 1958 it moved to Clarke, Pailton, with whom it is seen.
Photo taken Saturday 11 April 1959, Wembley Stadium
233. J5567
This photo taken at the Weighbridge bus station in St Helier in the early seventies is of Jersey Motor Transport J5567, fleet No 44, a Leyland PS1 with a Reading B34F body new in 1951. The photo was taken at the time when JMT was in the process of changing their colour scheme from green and cream to blue and cream as seen on the vehicles parked around No 44.
Photo taken early seventies, St. Helier Weighbridge, Jersey
234. J5660
Jersey Motor Transport 49, J5660 was a May 1951 Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with Reading B34F body whose life was extended by OMO/OPO use.
Photo taken Saturday 15 May 1971, St Aubin
235. J5660
A rear view of Jersey Motor Transport 49, J5660, a Leyland PS1/1 new in May 1951 with a Reading B33F body seen in St. Helier.
Photo taken Wednesday 23 May 1973, St. Helier
236. J8539
Jersey Motor Transport 61, a Leyland Tiger PS1 built in 1951 with Wilks and Meade B34R body, seen here moving towards St. Helier from the Coast Road. Photo taken from A1/A2 road split.
Photo taken July 1968, Victoria Avenue, St. Helier, Jersey
237. KNY960
Gelligaer Leyland single decker 1, KNY960, on a wet day. The distinctive building in the background should identify the location. Steam in the background suggests railway or colliery activity. KNY960 was new in 1951, a Leyland PS1/1 with a Duple B35F body.
Photo taken Hanbury Square, Bargoed
238. KYX631
Two Leylands of Llynfi, Maesteg seen behind the garage. 59, KTX631, on the left was a Leyland PS2/15 with Massey B39F body new in May 1951 whilst the withdrawn one on the right was 47, JTX746, a Leyland PS2/3 with Longford C35F body new in 1950.
Photo taken Saturday 6 September 1969, Rugby Club, Maesteg
239. LRH658
LRH658 was a Plaxton Crusader FC37F bodied Leyland PS1 new in January 1951 to Gillie, Danby & Kay, Hull who traded as Bluebird Coaches. It was one of five such coaches purchased by them (LRH 657/8, LRH 909-911).
Photo taken c.1951
240. EHL332
West Riding 721, EHL332, was one of six Leyland PS2/13A with Roe C35F bodies new in 1952. It is seen here in Castleford.
Photo taken Saturday 8 September 1956, Bradley Street, Castleford
241. EHL334
Stephenson, High Etherley acquired EHL334, a 1952 Roe C35F bodied Leyland PS2/13A from West Riding, Wakefield 723 in October 1965. It was seen outside Stephenson's garage.
Photo taken Thursday 31 July 1969, High Etherley
242. EHL334
Stevenson's of High Etherley EHL334, a Leyland Tiger PS2/12 with Roe C35F body, new to West Riding (723) in 1952.
Photo taken July 1969, West Auckland Green
243. EHL335
West Riding 724, EHL335, is a Leyland PS2/13A with a rare Roe half-cab C35F body, dating from 1952. It is now under the care of the Aire Valley Transport Group. Amazingly, of the six built for West Riding, two are preserved (724/725).
Photo taken Sunday 15 November 2015, Havelock Street, Ravensthorpe
244. EHL336
Preserved former West Riding 725, EHL336, a Leyland Tiger PS2/12 with Roe C35F body, one of a batch of six coaches new in 1952.
Photo taken Monday 1 January 2007, The Broadway, Winchester
245. EHL336
West Riding 725, EHL336, a Leyland PS2 with a 1952 Roe C35F body.
Photo taken Sunday 13 March 2011, Aston Transport Museum, Birmingham
246. EHL337
West Riding 726, EHL337, a Leyland Tiger PS2/12 with Roe B39F body new in 1952
Photo taken 1965, Swillington Common
247. EHL339
West Riding 728, EHL339, a Leyland Tiger PS2/12 with Roe B39F body built in 1952
Photo taken 1965, Halton Hill, Leeds
248. EHL343
West Riding 732, EHL343, a Leyland Tiger PS2/12 with Roe B39F body built in 1952
Photo taken Saturday 7 August 1965, Duke Street, Leeds
249. EHL344
West Riding 733, EHL344, a 1952 Leyland Tiger PS2/12A with Roe dual purpose bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 9 September 2007, Meadowhall, Sheffield
250. EHL344
West Riding 733, EHL344, a 1952 Leyland Tiger PS2/12A with a Roe B39F body.
Photo taken Sunday 27 May 2012, The Kings Arms, Heath Common, Wakefield
251. EHL344
Preserved EHL344, seen climbing New Bank on its way out of Halifax, heading for Harrogate on the Trans-Pennine Rally, was a Leyland PS2/12A with a Roe B39F body which had been new as West Riding 733 in 1952.
Photo taken Sunday 6 August 1972, New Bank, Halifax
252. LTX311
1952 Leyland Tiger PS/2 LTX311, was fleet No 1 in the Caerphilly UDC fleet. This bus was converted for towing and driver training in 1969 and transferred to Rhymney DC in 1974. Sold for preservation in 1977 and passed through several owners before being purchased by its current owner.
Photo taken Sunday 9 September 2012, at Merthyr Tydfil
253. BHG755
Preserved Burnley, Colne and Nelson Joint Transport Committee 36, BHG755, a Leyland Tiger PS2/14 with East Lancs B39F body, new in 1953
Photo taken Sunday 29 June 2003, North Weald
254. BHG755
Preserved Burnley, Colne and Nelson Joint Transport Committee 36, BHG755, a Leyland Tiger PS2/14 with East Lancs B39F body, new in 1953
Photo taken Sunday 18 July 2004, Watercress Line Rally, Alton
255. ZO6822
ZO6822, CIE P312, a Leyland Tiger PS2/14 with CIE B39R body, new in May 1953.
Photo taken Main Street, Ballyshannon
256. ZO6845
CIE P335, ZO6845, was a 1953 Leyland PS2/14 with CIE's own B39R body, the change from front to rear entrance for Tigers having taken place half way through the 1951 deliveries.
Photo taken July 1964, Dingle, Eire
257. CHG541
Burnley bought half cab saloons long after most operators had switched to underfloor engined types. This Leyland Tiger PS2/14, 41, CHG541, dates from 1954 and carries an East Lancs body.
Photo taken Sunday 9 October 2011, Skipton Bus Station
258. CHG541
Well remembered for their long-surviving Leyland PS2 half-cabs. Burnley Colne & Nelson No.41 CHG541 is a PS2/14 model with East Lancs B39F bodywork new in 1954. It looked resplendent here have recently being repainted.
Photo taken Saturday 19 May 1973, Depot
259. CHG541
Cumbria Classic Coaches CHG541 (‘Harriet’), formerly Burnley, Colne & Nelson 41, is a Leyland PS2/14 new in December 1954. Originally fitted with an East Lancs B39R body, in January 1958 this was rebuilt, also by East Lancs, to B39F and converted for OMO.
Photo taken Tuesday 19 July 2016, Hawes, Station Yard
260. CHG543
Burnley, Colne and Nelson 43, CHG543, a Leyland PS2/14 with East Lancs B39F body, built in 1954.
Photo taken Wednesday 31 May 1972, Colne depot
261. CHG541
Burnley bought Leyland Tigers well into the nineteen fifities, the last ones entering service in 1955. 41, CHG541, is a Leyland Tiger PS2/14 with front entrance East Lancs body.
Photo taken 1989, Ingrow
262. DHG47
Burnley, Colne & Nelson 47, DHG47, was a Leyland PS2/14 with an East Lancs B39F body dating from as late as 1955.
Photo taken Wednesday 31 May 1972, Colne bus station
263. DHG49
Another Leyland PS2/14 in the Burnley Colne & Nelson fleet was No. 49 DHG49, a 1955 bus with East Lancs B39F body.
Photo taken Saturday 19 May 1973, Depot
264. BSD266
Carmichael, Glenboig (t/a Highland) BSD266 was a Leyland PS1 with a Burlingham B35F body new in January 1948 to Western S.M.T. and was acquired by Carmichael by July 1960.
Photo taken Thursday 20 June 1963, Sunnyside Road, Coatbridge