SCT '61 Photo Index
Bristol
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1. HY6504
2057, HY6504 seems, with a bit of research, to have been quite a significant vehicle as from what I can make out it was the first Bristol J, but Iím open to correction. Itís a lot older than it looks, being new as early as 1932 as a demonstrator to Southern National. It was rebodied in 1945 with this BBW B33D body and presumably fitted with a PV2 radiator at the same time. It lasted until 1958.
Photo taken Beach Road Bus Station, Weston-super-Mare
2. HY8339
Say, Gloucester acquired HY8339 from Bristol Tramways in August 1956 and withdrew it in September 1958. It was a Bristol J new as a demonstrator in March 1933 with a Bristol B36R body. It was acquired by Bristol Tramways in June 1934 and numbered J122, being renumbered 2007 in 1937 when it received a Gardner 5LW engine.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester
3. AHU803
AHU803 is preserved as Bristol Omnibus 2355 with B35R body, originally a Bristol J with C26F body, now preserved by the BVBG
Photo taken Sunday 13 January 2013, Chilcompton
4. BHW432
BHW432, a Bristol NW4B with Bristol 32 seat body, new to Bristol Tramways in 1935 and rebodied in 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 3 May 1998, Llandudno
5. BHW432
Second shot of BHW432, a Bristol NW4B with Bristol 32 seat body, new to Bristol Tramways in 1935 and rebodied in 1949, in use as a fairground vehicle.
Photo taken Sunday 3 May 1998, Llandudno
6. CHU588
Dating from 1936 Bristol Tramways J222, CHU568, was a Bristol JJW originally with a Bristol B34D body. It was renumbered to 2043 in 1937 and rebodied in 1949 with a Bristol B35R body to Tilling Group specification and a PV2 radiator, as seen here in the garage in Gloucester, having been fitted with a Gardner 5LW engine to replace the Bristol JW one in 1937.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester Garage
7. CHW51
Seen at Say's Gloucester garage is CHW51, a Bristol JNW new as Bristol Tramways N86 in 1936 with a Bristol B34D body. Renumbered C628 in 1937, it was fitted with a 5LW engine in 1938 and renumbered C2701.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester
8. EHY569
C3107, EHY569, is a Bristol K new in 1938 - I havenít completed the chassis designation since it no longer has an engine! New with a Bristol body I am sure this is a new body - most of the batch seem to have been rebodied and two (not this one) received unusual Welsh Metal Industries bodies.
9. FAE60
FAE60 is a 1938 Bristol L5G fully restored in 2015. It was new to Bristol who converted it to a lorry in 1952 and then to a tower wagon in 1956. It is now owned by Crosville Motors of Weston Super Mare.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 2015, Taunton
10. FHT91
Bristol K5G FHT91 was new in 1938 to Bristol Tramways C3148 with a Bristol H28/28R body and was from a batch of thirty-nine which were used to replace trams on four routes in Bristol on 4th September 1938. It is seen at the garage of Say. Gloucester.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester
11. CVF842
Preserved Southern National 377, CVF842, seen at the Bristol Vintage Bus Group Running day on 31st July, a Bristol L5G built in 1939 with bodywork extended to B39R in 1955.
Photo taken Sunday 31 July 2016
12. GL6612
Bristol 3614, GL6612, seen at Victoria Coach Station was a Bristol K5G which had been new in 1939 as Bath Tramways 3811 with a Bristol H30/26R body. In January 1952 it was rebuilt to permanent open top, painted in reverse livery and transferred to the Bristol country fleet.
Photo taken Wednesday 3 June 1959, London Victoria Coach Station
13. GL6614
This photo is of Bristol 3615, GL6614, but having said that Iím not sure which particular fleet itís part of, perhaps the coat-of-arms narrows it down. Itís a fine old lady of a Bristol K5G, new as Bath Electric Tramways 3813 in 1939, now working as on open-topper.
Photo taken Birkett Road/Birnbeck Road, Weston-super-Mare
14. GL6624
GL6624, a Bristol L5G seen at Say's Gloucester garage was new in 1939 as Bath Tramways 2259 with a Bristol B32F body. After withdrawal in 1955 it passed to Say who ran it until September 1958 when it was broken up.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester
15. GHT154
Preserved 1940 Bristol Tramways K5G/BBW C3336, GHT154.
Photo taken Sunday 16 October 2011, Newport Quay
16. GHT154
Rear view of preserved 1940 Bristol Tramways K5G/BBW C3336, GHT154.
Photo taken Sunday 16 October 2011, Newport Quay
17. GHT154
Bristol K 3336, GHT154, which was at one time also an open topper, has had is roof replaced and been restored to blue and white livery.
Photo taken Southsea rally
18. GHT127
Bristol K, 4583 GHT127, at a Southend rally in the earlier Bristol blue and white livery.
Photo taken Southend rally
19. GHT127
In summer 1998, Guide Friday was using veteran Bristol K 4583 GHT127 on its sightseeing tour at Bath.
Photo taken Summer 1998, Bath
20. JHT802
Preserved Bristol C3386, JHT802, a Bristol K5G new in 1946. In the mid 1950s the original body was removed due to rot in the wooden frame, the chassis refurbished and fitted with an AEC 7.7 litre 6-cylinder diesel engine and fitted with a 1949 double deck body taken from another bus. In this form she operated Bristol City Services until the mid 1960s.
Photo taken Sunday 12 August 2012, Baldwin Street, Bristol
21. JHT863
Fok Lei, Macau, M-10-52 Bristol L5G built in 1947 with Auto Union Body Builders B33D bodywork from 1975. Originally registered JHT863 and new as Bristol C2728.
Photo taken July 1981, Macau
22. KHU601
Thames Valley 437, KHU601, a Bristol K6B with ECW L55R body, new to Bristol O.C. in 1947 as their L4104 and one of eight purchased by Thames Valley in 1959 to cover a shortage of double deckers (plus more the following year, 8 from United Counties and 4 from Hants & Dorset).
Photo taken Saturday 21 July 1962, Ascot
23. KHU621
Bristol Tramways L4100, KHU621, was a Bristol K6A with E.C.W. L27/28R body new in 1947. It was withdrawn in 1959 and later ran for Costain, the Stockton contractor until December 1960.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Royal Well Bus Station, Cheltenham
24. KHU623
Wakes of Sparkford KHU623, former Bristol K5G L4102, new in 1947, fitted with an AEC engine in 1951. Bought by Wakes in 1960 with whom it lasted until late 1965/early 1966.
Photo taken Central Road, Yeovil
25. KHW622
Samuel Ledgard KHW622, was a Leyland PD1A with an unusual Bristol Brislington H30/26R body of 1947. It was former Bristol Omnibus C4011 until purchased by Ledgard in 1961.
Photo taken 1966, Nelson Street, Otley
26. KHY383
Bristol Tramways 2382, KHY383, a Bristol L6B with EC.W. DP31R body new in 1948 which was repainted into bus livery in 1953.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester Garage
27. KHY383
Preserved Bristol Tramways 2382, KHY383, a Bristol L6B with EC.W. DP31R body new in 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013, Brislington Park & Ride
28. KHY385
New in 1948, KHY385 was Bristol Tramways & Carriage Company 3699, a Bristol K5G with E.C.W. H30/26R body seen at Cheltenham District's garage.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Cheltenham Garage
29. KHY395
Samuel Ledgard KHY395, a Leyland PD1A with ECW H30/26R body, new in 1948, ex Bristol in 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 12 August 1967, Otley
30. KHY395
Samuel Ledgard KHY395, was an ex-Bristol Omnibus Leyland PD1A with an ECW H30/26R body, new in 1948.
Photo taken circa 1966, Otley Road/Shaw Lane, Leeds
31. KHY395
Samuel Ledgard KHY395 and LAE12, Leyland PD1's with E.C.W. H30/26R bodies, new in 1948 to Bristol Tramways (C4026 and C4043), and acquired by Ledgard in 1961.
Photo taken October 1967, Ledgard's Otley depot
32. LAE12
Ledgard LAE12 was an ECW-bodied Leyland PD1A, former Bristol Omnibus C4043 from 1948 until 1960.
Photo taken late 1967, Ledgard Otley Depot
33. LAE12
Seen behind Otley Garage is LAE12 which was a Leyland PD1 with an Eastern Coachworks H30/26R body acquired by Ledgard, Armley from Bristol Omnibus Co. C4043 in 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 7 October 1967, Otley Garage
34. LAE13
LAE13 is a Leyland Titan PD1 with Eastern Coach Works bodywork and part of the BVBG collection. Built in 1948, C4044 worked from Eastville depot, Bristol for most of its life with Bristol Tramways and its successor Bristol Omnibus Co. Ltd.
Photo taken Sunday 26 October 2014, Brislington
35. LAE13
Preserved former Bristol Leyland PD1/ECW LAE13, C4044, taking part in the Running day to commemorate the fortieth anniversary, October 14th 2007, of the end of the Samuel Ledgard bus company. I could not resist posing with the vehicle, as we had its twin LAE12 at Otley depot throughout its career with Ledgard.
Photo taken Sunday 14 October 2007, adjacent to the bus station, Crossgate, Otley
36. LHT903
Ex-Bristol Omnibus Co 1948 Bristol L with 1951 Bristol body, LHT903, photographed shortly after withdrawal by Dodds of Troon, where it had just been replaced by an ex-North Western Leyland Tiger Cub.
Photo taken Sunday 23 June 1968, Dodds' Depot, Troon
37. LHT903
New as Bristol 2385 in June 1948, LHT903 was a Bristol L6B with an Eastern Coachworks DP31R body. At some point between 1956 and 1959 it was fitted with a Gardner 5LW engine and in September 1957 was fitted with the B.B.W. B35R body, new in January 1951, from 2359. Withdrawn by Bristol in 1962, it passed to W. North (P.V.) Limited, (dealer), Leeds in November from whom it was acquired by Dodds in January 1963.
Photo taken Monday 17 June 1963, Dodds garage, Troon
38. LHT905
Seen in the garage at Gloucester is 2383, LHT905, which was a Bristol L6B with E.C.W. DP31R body new to Bristol Tramways in 1948. It was repainted in bus livery in 1953 being reseated to B35R in 1954. Later in 1958 it was fitted with a 1950 B.B.W. B35R body from 2068 (EHT102), a Bristol JO5G dating from 1937.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester Garage
39. LHT911
ECW-bodied Bristol L5G LHT911, Bristol Tramways no.2388, in preservation. It was new in 1948 and withdrawn in 1963.
Photo taken 1978, Traction Engine Rally, possibly Fairford
40. LHY949
The prototype Bristol Lodekka LHY949 under trial with Westcliff
Photo taken 1951, Victoria Circus, Southend
41. MHU49
Newly restored Bedford MHU49 seen at the BVBG/Avon Valley Railway Brislington rally/running day. It was Bristol Tramwaysí first new post war Bedford, and their first new OB, taking the fleet number 207. It entered service in December 1949, fitted with a Duple B30F body, and saw service in Weston-super-Mare and Stroud before being withdrawn in 1958, retaining its petrol engine throughout.
Photo taken Sunday 12 August 2012, Brislington
42. MHU49
Mid-Wales Motorways MHU49, acquired in February 1959 from the Bristol Omnibus Company, was a Bedford OB with a Duple B30F body and is seen in Welshpool alongside a Crosville Bristol/ECW.
Photo taken early 1971, Welshpool
43. MHU50
Whiteway of Waunfawr MHU50 was the former Bristol Tramways Bedford OB 228 with Duple B30F body which served Whiteway from 1957 to 1973. It was out of use in this photograph although had only been withdrawn fairly recently.
Photo taken 1974, Waunfawr
44. LHY937
Bristol Omnibus 3774, LHY937, a 1950 Bristol K6B with ECW highbridge bodywork. In 1954 the bus was transferred to Gloucester City services as G1541.
Photo taken Sunday 3 August 2008, Harrogate
45. MHU52
Worthen Travel, Shrewsbury, MHU52, a Bedford OB built 1950 with Duple B30F bodywork. Taken in the Ironbridge area, this had been new as Bristol Tramways 210.
Photo taken Ironbridge
46. MHU52
Mid-Wales Motorways MHU52, acquired in February 1959 from the Bristol Omnibus Company, was a Bedford OB with a Duple B29F body which was pictured in the yard at their main garage in Newtown.
Photo taken early 1971, Newtown Garage
47. MHW999
Fok Lei, Macau, L130 M-14-18, a Bristol L5G built in 1950 with Sun Cheong or Fok Lei B33D bodywork from 1975? Formerly registered MHW999, this had been new as Bristol 2464 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken July 1981, Macau
48. NAE17
Shaw Brothers of Byers Green, NAE17, was one the ex-Bristol Omnibus, Bristol K6Bs with highbridge ECW bodies of 1950, bought by various NE independents in the 1960s.
Photo taken 1968, Spennymoor Bus Station
49. NAE3
Preserved Bristol 2467, NAE3, a Bristol L6B with ECW C31F body new in 1950. It lasted with Bristol until 1963.
Photo taken Sunday 12 August 2012, Brislington
50. NAE38
Martindale of Ferryhill, Co. Durham NAE38, a Bristol K6B of 1950 with Eastern Coach Works bodywork.
Photo taken May 1970, Martindale's Garage off Durham Road, Ferryhill
51. NAE45
Tetley Tea Co., Eaglescliffe Industrial Estate, NAE45, a Bristol KS6B built in 1950 with ECW H32/28R bodywork.
Photo taken October 1969, High Street, Yarm
52. NHU2
Preserved former Bristol Tramways 2800, NHU2, Bristol LSX4G/ECW B42F, new in December 1950, the first experimental Bristol LS.
Photo taken Sunday 18 September 2005, Duxford
53. NHU2
In view of the recent picture of Bristol Omnibus 2800, NHU2, fully restored to original condition, I thought perhaps a view of it in its unrestored state would show the amount of work involved.
Photo taken Aug 1984, Mill off Bradford Road, Batley Carr, West Yorkshire
54. NAE17
Shaw Bros, Byers Green, NAE17, a Bristol KS6B built in 1951 with ECW H32/28R bodywork. This had been new as Bristol Omnibus 3462 and was smartly turned out when taken at the depot.
Photo taken May 1970, Byers Green Depot
55. NAE58
Bristol Tramways 8026, NAE58, a Bristol KSW6B with E.C.W. H32/28R body new in 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Royal Well Bus Station, Cheltenham
56. NAE61
Bristol Tramways 1801, NAE61, a Bristol KSW6B with E.C.W. H32/28R body new in 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester
57. NHY947
Bristol Greyhound coach 2067, NHY947, a Bristol LWL with ECW FC35F body, new in 1951, seen at Victoria Coach Station waiting to return to Bath.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
58. OHY939
Preserved 1951 Bristol lowbridge KSW6B L8089, OHY938
Photo taken Sunday 10 August 2008, turning from Baldwin Street onto Bristol Bridge, Bristol
59. NHY984
Scarlet Band of West Cornforth NHY984, a Bristol KSW6B with E.C.W. H32/28R body, new to Bristol Tramways (C8062) in 1952.
Photo taken July 1969, Scarlet Band's garage, West Cornforth
60. OHY941
Seen in Cheltenham was Bristol Tramways 8078, OHY941, a Bristol KSW6B with E.C.W. H32/28RD body new in 1952.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Royal Well Bus Station, Cheltenham
61. OHY995
Northern Ideal Homes of Barnsley used OHY995 for staff transport at their housing developments, former Bristol Tramways 2075, a Bristol LWL6B with ECW C37F body.
Photo taken 1965, Templegate, Whitkirk, Leeds
62. OHY942
Yuill, Hartlepool based contractor, OHY942 (B7), a Bristol KSW6 of 1953 with Eastern Coach Works H32/28R bodywork.
Photo taken August 1972, Cypress Road building site, Marton, Middlesbrough
63. OHY984
Acquired in 1970 from Bristol O.C. C8127 to become Silcox, Pembroke Dock 96, OHY984, seen at the garage, was a Bristol KSW6G with an Eastern Coachworks H32/28R body which had been new in August 1953.
Photo taken Tuesday 3 August 1971, Silcox Garage, Pembroke Dock
64. PHW938
Fok Lei, Macau, M-55-40, a Bristol LS5G built in 1954 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken July 1981, Macau
65. SHW354
Shaw Brothers, Byers Green, SHW354, a Bristol KSW6B with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken November 1970, Byers Green
66. THW740
Bristol Tramways 8250, THW740, was a Bristol LD6B with E.C.W. H33/25RD body new in 1955 and is seen in the garage at Gloucester on a P.S.V. Circle visit.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester Garage
67. UHY360
Preserved Bristol C8320, UHY360, pulls away during the running day. It was a Bristol KSW6B with ECW H33/28R body new in 1955.
Photo taken Sunday 12 August 2012, Baldwin Street, Bistol
68. UHY362
Preserved Bristol Omnibus highbridge KSW6B 8322, UHY362, new in 1955
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 2009, Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent
69. UHY384
On a very wet and windy New Year's day, Bristol KSW6G 8336, UHY384 is passed by former Southampton AEC Swift JOW499E under the watchful eye of King Alfred
Photo taken Wednesday 1 January 2014, The Broadway, Winchester
70. WHU947
Former Bristol Omnibus L8394, WHY947, is an open-top LD6G of 1956, which spent many years with W. Norths of Sherburn (dealers) in whose guise it is seen here. It is now reported to be in the Netherlands. Next to it is West Yorkshire SGL16.
Photo taken Saturday 29 March 1997, Transperience Museum, Bradford
71. WHW811
Bristol C8370, WHW811, a Bristol KSW6G with ECW H32/28R body, new in 1956, with two FLFs behind in two shades of green.
Photo taken 1974, Colston Avenue, Bristol
72. XHW419
Three from Blue Line, Upminster seen at Wembley. From the left MAX107, ORV993 and XHW419. Two Bristol LS/ECW and a Leyland PD2/40 with a Metro-Cammell H30/26R body which was ex Portsmouth 116.
Photo taken Sunday 9 June 1974, Wembley
73. YHT929
Ex-Bristol Omnibus Co. Bristol LD/ECW YHT929 decorated to advertise a "Christmas Wonderland" at Spitalfields Market.
Photo taken December 1992, London Spitalfields Market
74. YHY74
Bristol Omnibus YHY74, a 1957 Bristol LS5G with a rebuilt front and converted to LS6G in 1973. Seen here apparently withdrawn along with some de-licensed FLFs
Photo taken Saturday 18 March 1978, Lawrence Hill Depot, Bristol
75. 922AHY
Bristol Tramways 2932, 922AHY, was new in 1958 and was an ECW B45F bodied Bristol MW5G which is seen in the garage at Gloucester. In January 1959 it was transferred to the Gloucester City fleet and renumbered G2932.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester Garage
76. 924AHY
Bristol 2939, 924AHY, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body new in March 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 20 July 2014, Anstey Park, Alton
77. YHY83
Ellis, Llangefni YHY83 a 1958 Bristol LS5G/ECW B45F formerly Bristol Omnibus 2925.
Photo taken Monday 27 August 1973, Ellis's depot, Llangefni, Anglesey
78. 627HFM
Bristol 8581, 627HFM, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1959 with ECW CO33/27RD bodywork, named "Western Winner" and seen at Weston-super-Mare on tourist duties. This had been new to Crosville as DLB978 and has been preserved since the shot was taken.
Photo taken September 1976, Birkett Road/Birnbeck Road, Weston-super-Mare
79. 969EHW
Preserved former Bath Electric L8515, 969EHW, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/25RD body, new in July 1959
Photo taken Monday 1 January 2007, Winchester Bus Station
80. 969EHW
Preserved former Bath Electric L8515, 969EHW, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/25RD body, new in July 1959
Photo taken Sunday 1 January 2012, Winchester Bus Station
81. 969EHW
Bristol Lodekka 969EHW, Bath Services L8515, taken from outside the rear window to show interior lower detail and sunken aisle. The doors were closed which helped avoid window reflection.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013, Brislington Park & Ride
82. 969EHW
Bristol Lodekka 969EHW, Bath Services L8515, is part of Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection (BOVC) but on hire to Crosvllle Motors of Weston Super Mare for use at weddings etc.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013, Brislingon Park & Ride
83. 969EHW
After the Brislington rally on 11th August, the opportunity was taken to photograph former Bath Services Lodekka LD6G L8515, 969EHW, outside the newly built (and not yet open) ĎHungry Horseí pub/eating establishment which is named 'The Lodekka' in deference to its location very close to the former Bristol Commercial Vehicles works.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013
84. 981EHY
981EHY a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body new in 1959 as Bristol 2969. Photographed at the annual open day at West of England Transport Collection at Winkleigh. In the background can be seen some of the other vehicles which attend this event
Photo taken Sunday 6 October 2013, Winkleigh
85. 357MHU
Preserved Bristol Omnibus MW5G 2522, 357MHU, new in November 1961 with an ECW B45F body
Photo taken Sunday 20 July 2003, Alton
86. 407LHT
Bristol Greyhound coach 2114, 407LHT, a Bristol MW with ECW C39F body, new in 1961.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
87. 536JHU
Former Bristol Omnibus 2514, 536JHU, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body, new in March 1961
Photo taken Sunday 16 July 2006, Alton
88. 720JHY
701-732JHY comprised a batch of Bristol FSF6G/FSF6B with ECW H34/26F bodies new to Bristol Omnibus and subsidiaries in 1960/61. When BOC needed diverted FLFs in 1967, twenty of this shorter model went to Western and Southern National, though at least five returned with Trowbridge depot in January 1970. 1019, 720JHY was the final one numerically on moving to Southern National, a Gardner engined example new as Bristol 6021 in February 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, Weymouth Quay
89. 731JHY
Western National 1007, 731JHY, a Bristol Lodekka FSF6G built in 1961 with ECW H34/26F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1976, Totnes
90. 813MHW
West Riding Autos 488, 813MHW, was one of the many Lodekkas bought to cover the early demise of the Wulfrunians - this being ex Bristol Omnibus (LC7018).
Photo taken Sunday 26 November 1972, Wakefield
91. 866NHT
Stagecoach, Perth, 866NHT, a Bristol Lodekka FS6G built in 1961 with ECW CO33/27R bodywork.
Photo taken April 1984, Perth
92. 866NHT
XSL228A is a Bristol Lodekka FS6G built in 1961 with ECW CO33/27R bodywork. It was originally 866NHT with Bristol Omnibus Company. It joined East Yorkshire Motor Services in 2014.
Photo taken Sunday 2 November 2014, LVVS Road Transport Museum, Lincoln
93. 867NHT
Bristol 8577, 867NHT, a convertible open top Bristol FS6G with ECW CO33/27R body, new in November 1961.
Photo taken June 1964, Royal Parade, near Grand Pier, Weston-super-Mare
94. 869NHT
Bristol Omnibus 8579, 869NHT, a 1961 Bristol FS6G originally built as a convertable open topper is seen after sale to Applebys, in service in Scarborough.
Photo taken July 1991, North Bay, Scarborough
95. 212NAE
West Riding 497, 212NAE, a Bristol FLF6G with an Eastern Coachworks H38/32F body, was seen in Wakefield Bus Station.
Photo taken Tuesday 18 April 1972, Wakefield Bus Station
96. 862RAE
Primrose Valley Coaches of Filey owned this ECW B30F Bristol SUS4A, 862RAE, it had been Bristol Omnibus 301 when new in 1962. It had been acquired some months earlier but had not been repainted when taken on Redcar sea-front.
Photo taken March 1972, Esplanade, Redcar
97. 535OHU
Bristol Omnibus C7092, 535OHU, a 1963 Bristol FLF with standard ECW body is seen some 25 years later when owned by a PSV driving school. The cast plate used for fleet numbers by Bristol is visible on the bonnet assembly of the Lodekka. Alongside the Lodekka is a Yorkshire Rider Leyland Atlantean AN68 with Roe bodywork.
Photo taken 1987, Bramley Depot, Leeds
98. 808SHW
Former Bristol 7115, 808SHW, a FLF6B new in October 1963, now in use as a cafe in Asheville North Carolina, Double D's Coffee & Desserts
Photo taken Sunday 24 October 2010, Asheville, North Carolina, USA
99. 861UAE
Bristol RELH6G coach 2115, 861UAE, with ECW C45F body - this was the first RELH coach to enter service with Bristol in late 1963.
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
100. 827SHW
OK Motor Services 827SHW, a Bristol Lodekka FLF6B built in 1964 with ECW H38/32F bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 11 April 1981, near of OK's Newcastle Depot
101. 841SHW
Former Bristol FLF 841SHW, new in August 1964 as fleet number C7148. It was converted to open top in March 1976 and renumbered 7900 shortly after.
Photo taken Sunday 11 July 2004, Kemble Airfield
102. 841SHW
Bristol Omnibus Bristol FLF6B C7148, 841SHW, was converted to open top format in 1976 when it was renumbered 7900. It ran in this guise for two years before being withdrawn in 1982.
Photo taken Saturday 11 August 2001, Waverly Bridge, Edinburgh
103. 841SHW
Former Bristol Omnibus Bristol FLF6B C7148, 841SHW, converted to open top in 1976 when it was renumbered 7900, now part of the Chepstow Classic Buses' fleet.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013, Brislington Park & Ride
104. 842SHW
Former Bristol C7149, 842SHW, a FLF6B, new in Auguat 1964 which lasted with them until 1978
Photo taken Sunday 18 September 2011, Chain Bridge Honey Farm, Horncliffe, near Berwick-upon-Tweed
105. BHU92C
Preserved former Bristol 2138, BHU92C, a Bristol MW6G with ECW DP39F body new in February 1965.
Photo taken Sunday 18 September 2005, Duxford
106. BHU976C
Silcox Motor Coach, Pembroke Dock, BHU976C, a Bristol Lodekka FLF6G built 1965 with ECW H38/32F bodywork. This was the former C7176 with Bristol.
Photo taken June 1983, Pembroke Dock Depot
107. CHT541C
Bristol W178, CHT541C, a Bristol Lodekka FLF6G built in 1965 with ECW H38/32F bodywork.
Photo taken October 1983, Wells
108. EHT106C
West Riding 441, EHT106C, a 1965 Bristol FLF6g with an ECW H38/32F body, new to Bristol Omnibus as C7217, it was one of 27 transferred to West Riding to help eliminate the Guy Wulfrunians. It is seen rounding the Bull Ring heading for Wakefield Bus Station sometime between entering service in 1969 & renumbering as 533 in November 1971
Photo taken 1970, Bull Ring, Wakefield
109. EHT107C
Seen in Leeds Bus Station is West Riding, Wakefield 534, EHT107C, a Bristol FLF6G with an Eastern Coachworks H38/32F body.
Photo taken Tuesday 18 April 1972, Leeds Bus Station
110. EHU584C
West Riding 537, EHU584C, a 1965 Bristol FLF6G which was accquired along with other Bristol Lodekkas to replace the ill-fated Guy Wufrunians.
Photo taken 1977, Wakefield Bus Station
111. FHW154D
Preserved ex-Bristol Greyhound 2148, FHW154D, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F body, new in April 1966.
Photo taken Sunday 10 October 2004, Canvey Island
112. FHW155D
Garelochhead Coach Services, Helensburgh, 121 FHW155D Bristol MW6G built in 1966 with ECW C39F bodywork. This had been new as Bristol 2149.
Photo taken July 1977, Garelochhead CS garage
113. FHW156D
Bristol Greyhound 2150, FHW156D, Bristol MW6G with ECW 39 seat coach body, new in June 1966.
Photo taken May 2004, Pudsey
114. FHW156D
Bristol MW coach FHW156D was photographed entering Grantham bus station on 22nd August 1987. New to Bristol as their 2150, it is seen here with Kimes, Folkingham.
Photo taken Saturday 22 August 1987, Grantham Bus Station
115. FHW157D
Bristol FLF6G FHW157D, new 1967 to Bristol OC.
Photo taken February 1982, in the yard of Motts Travel near Aylesbury
116. GAE881D
Bristol Omnibus Bristol FLF6G C7260, GAE881D, a 1966 Bristol FLF6G is seen in Versailles when working for Top Deck Travel.
Photo taken Thursday 20 October 1983, Versailles, France
117. GAE882D
West Riding 447, GAE882D, a 1966 Bristol FLF6G with an ECW H38/32F body, new to Bristol Omnibus Co as C7261. It was transferred to West Riding as a Wulfrunian replacement and was pictured in Wakefield Bus Station before renumbering as 539 in 1971.
Photo taken 1970, Wakefield Bus Station
118. GAE884D
West Riding 540, GAE884D, a 1966 Bristol Lodekka FLF6G stands in Wakefield bus station. New to Bristol Omnibus as their C7623, the Lodekka was originally 448 in the West Riding fleet being renumbered 540 in 1971 the year after it was acquired.
Photo taken Thursday 19 June 1975, Wakefield Bus Station
119. HAE275D
West Riding 541, HAE275D, was ex Bristol Omnibus C7266, an FLF6G of 1966. It soon moved to Yorkshire to become one of the many Lodekkas brought in to replace the Wulfrunians.
Photo taken circa 1975, Wakefield Bus Station
120. HHY186D
Preserved Bristol C7283, HHY186D, a Bristol FLF6G with ECW H38/32F body, new in November 1966.
Photo taken Saturday 16 June 2012, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
121. HHY186D
Rear view of Bristol FLF C7283, HHY186D, showing the 4 track number display
Photo taken Saturday 16 June 2012, East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville
122. HHY681D
Lincolnshire 2714, HHY181D, a Bristol Lodekka FLF6G with ECW H38/32F body, originally Bristol Omnibus C7278.
Photo taken Saturday 19 July 1980, Scunthorpe Bus Station
123. JAE613D
Already illustrated in NBC red, West Riding 547, JAE631D, Bristol Lodekka at Leeds Bus station four years earlier. Was this bus in "Tilling Green" at this point or did West Riding repaint it? Captain Birdseye has abandoned his fish fingers for a trip to the seaside!
Photo taken Friday 14 July 1972, Leeds Central Bus Station
124. JAE630D
West Riding 546, JAE630D, a 1966 Bristol FLF6G, one of a number that came from Bristol to replace Guy Wulfrunians. When first delivered they ran in Tilling green as seen here - later they were painted NBC red.
Photo taken 1970, Leeds Central Bus Station
125. JAE631D
West Riding Bristol FLF6G / ECW 547, JAE631D. Formerly Bristol Omnibus Co. C7291 and transferred as part of a batch to West Riding in 1969/70 (initially as no 455) to replace Guy Wulfrunians.
Photo taken August 1976, Wakefield Bus Station
126. HOR590E
Bristol Omnibus 8602, HOR590E a 1967 Leyland Atlantean/Roe. Originally with King Alfred this Atlantean passed via Hants & Dorset to Bristol Omnibus for use as an open-topper. Judging by the marks below the engine cover it looks as though it is suffering from the usual PDR1/2 flywheel oil loss problems.
Photo taken Tuesday 7 July 1981, Uphill Wharf, Weston-super-Mare
127. LAE348E
Another shot of Southend Carnival, this time of NIBS (Nelson Independent Bus Services of Wickford) appropriately promoting the Yellow Advertiser newspaper! LAE348E was ex-Bristol Omnibus RELL/ECW 1013.
Photo taken c.1986, Chalkwell Avenue, Southend
128. LHA615F
Bristol Omnibus 8606, LHA615F a 1967 Daimler Fleetline/Alexander. A former Midland Red vehicle converted to open top by Bristol Omnibus.
Photo taken Tuesday 7 July 1981, Beach Road, Weston-super-Mare
129. OHW596F
Brutonian Bristol RE 30, OHW596F, (which started life as Bristol 1084) and Shaftesbury and District 7106EL.
Photo taken Wednesday 17 December 1986, Trinity Street, Dorchester
130. RHT141G
Bristol 1092, RHT141G, a Bristol RELL6L built in 1968 with ECW B53F bodywork.
Photo taken October 1983, Street
131. 969EHW
A second shot of former Bath Services Lodekka LD6G L8515, 969EHW, outside the newly built 'Hungry Horseí pub/eating establishment which is named 'The Lodekka' in deference to its location very close to the former Bristol Commercial Vehicles works.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013
132. THU354G
This Bristol RESL6L was new to Bristol Omnibus as their 508, THU354G in 1969 but now carries United livery to commemorate fifty years of United REs. Whatever the pros and cons of this type of cosmetic exercise the bus, does look good if inaccurate as it never ran for United. It is seen in Skipton at the Aire Valley Running day
Photo taken Sunday 13 October 2013, Coach Street, Skipton
133. WHW374H
Former Bristol Omnibus 2062, WHW374H, Bristol RELH6L with ECW DP49F body, new in June 1970
Photo taken Sunday 16 July 2006, Alton
134. WHW380H
Bristol 2068, WHW380H, a Bristol RELH with ECW DP49F body, new in July 1970
Photo taken c. Oct 1971, Cardiff Bus Station
135. AHT219J
Bristol C1235, AHT219J, a Bristol RELL6G with ECW B44D body, new in June 1971.
Photo taken c. September 1972, Bristol Temple Meads Station
136. DAE511K
Preserved ex-Bristol MH1257, DAE511K, a Bristol RELL6L with ECW body built in January 1972.
Photo taken Sunday 19 July 2009, Alton
137. DAE511K
In the days prior to the formation of the NBC, Bristol Omnibus devised this attractive livery for one man buses. Seen a good distance from Fishponds and Hotwells is Bristol RELL6L 1257, DAE511K, a 1972 example which was delivered as a 44 seat two door bus. It was rebuilt to one door configuration in 1982 and survived with Bristol Omnibus and its successors until 1993 when it was withdrawn. It is seen in Martinstown in Dorset taking part in the West Country Historic Omnibus and Transport Trust rally held at Dorchester
Photo taken Sunday 16 August 2015, Martinstown, Dorset
138. GHY132K
New to Bristol as their 2070, GHY132K, this Bristol RELL6G carries a dual purpose ECW body. It is seen loading at Meadowhall Interchange in Sheffield when working for the Northern Bus Comany of Dinnington.
Photo taken Saturday 28 March 1992, Meadowhall, Sheffield