SCT '61 Photo Index
Crosville
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1. FM4303
Crosville MS 267, FM4303, a Leyland PLSC built in 1927 and rebodied by ECOC B31F in 1933.
Photo taken ca 1933, Lowestoft
2. FM6277
Crosville MS 935, FM6277, a Leyland Titan TD3 built in 1933 with ECOC L26/26R bodywork.
Photo taken 1933, Lowestoft
3. FM8135
Crosville MS 902, FM8135, an interior view of ECOC bodywork from 1934.
Photo taken 1934, Lowestoft
4. FM8135
Crosville MS 902, FM8135, a Leyland Lion LT5A built in 1934 with ECOC B32F bodywork.
Photo taken 1934, Lowestoft
5. FM9986
Crosville K103, FM9986, a Leyland TS7 with Harrington 32 seat coach body new in 1936
6. BFM144
Preserved Crosville KA27, BFM144, a Leyland Tiger TS7 built in 1937 with ECW B32F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1987, North Wales (Betws y Coed?)
7. CFM354
Recalling the days before Crosville entered the Tilling fold this Leyland Titan TD5 carries an ECW lowbridge bodywork and dates from 1937. It was M52, CFM354, in the Crosville fleet and carries the dark maroon used by Crosville until the Tilling take over.
Photo taken Sunday 9 October 2011, Skipton
8. CFM354
A rear shot of Crosville M52, CFM354, a 1937 Leyland Titan TD5 showing the well proportioned ECW bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 9 October 2011, Skipton Bus Station
9. CFM354
A contrast in pre and post war Titans with nearest the camera Crosville M52, CFM354, a 1937 Leyland Titan TD5 with lowbridge ECW bodywork wearing Crosville's pre war livery. Beyond is Leeds City Transport 207, UUA207, a 1955 Leyland Titan PD2/11 with Roe bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 4 August 2013, Trans-Pennine Rally, Harrogate Stray
10. CFM354
Crosville M52, CFM354, a 1937 Leyland Titan TD5 with an ECW L26/26R body acting as the rally control vehicle at the Coach Street car park during the Aire Valley Running Day on October 11th 2015
Photo taken Sunday 11 October 2015, Coach Street Car Park, Skipton
11. GFM891
Clynnog & Trevor Motors GFM891, a Bristol K6A with E.C.W. L27/26R body, new in 1947 as Crosville's MB283. One of a pair - the other was GFM903 - acquired by C&TM from Crosville in 1962.
Photo taken Summer 1965, Penlon, near Trevor
12. GFM918
T.D. Alexander (Greyhound), Arbroath GFM918 was a Leyland PD1A with Eastern Coachworks L27/26R body new as Crosville M533 in 1947.
Photo taken Wednesday 28 July 1965, Hill Place, Arbroath
13. HFM34
Blue Bus, Slough HFM34 was one of two Beadle B28F bodied Bedford OBs which Blue Bus acquired from Crosville in 1954. Dating from 1947 this one had been Crosville S8 and when seen at Ascot had been fitted with a Perkins engine.
Photo taken Saturday 21 June 1958, Ascot
14. GFM882
I try to bring you preservation news when I hear of any .... GFM882 is one of a few preserved Bristol L6As, and it started life with Crosville in 1948. They converted it to B35F. It went to Thames Valley in 1963 and to MacEwen's in 1993. Now in 2014 it has been acquired by Steve Morris of Quantock Heritage.
Photo taken Wednesday 26 November 2014, United Kingdom
15. GFM882
GFM882 has been repainted into Thames Valley livery and awaits Transfers / decals. It was in service at Taunton Running Day and is seen been driven by Steve Morris after dropping me and other passengers off. It is due to attend the Thames Valley event later this year. It was new in 1948 to Crosvile but sold in 1963 to Thames Valley where it served for a further three years.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 2015, Taunton
16. GFM903
Clynnog & Trefor GFM903, a Bristol K6A built in 1948 with ECW L27/28R bodywork. This had been new as Crosville MB295 and was very smartly turned out when photographed by John Boylett.
Photo taken mid 1960s?, Penrhrydlyniog, Pwllheli
17. JFM575
Preserved Crosville TA5, JFM575, an AEC Regal III with Strachan B35R body, new in November 1948.
Photo taken Friday 1 January 2010, Winchester Bus Station
18. JFM575
Crosville TA5, JFM575, is an AEC Regal III with Strachan B35R body and dates from 1948. Owned by Quantock Motor Services it was at Warminster running day etc in 2012 but is up for sale.
Photo taken Saturday 1 May 2010, Taunton Station down side
19. JFM575
Crosville AEC Regal III/Strachan TA5, JFM575, is similar to vehicles which once operated for Western National in the area. It is seen here at the Kingsbridge Running Day in rather misty weather conditions at the village of Thurlestone while operating route 104.
Photo taken Saturday 21 September 2013, Thurlestone
20. HRM706
Crosville M586, HRM706, (diverted from Cumberland) was a Leyland L27/26R bodied Leyland PD2/1 new in 1949 and is seen here at Llandudno.
Photo taken Sunday 5 June 1955, Llandudno
21. KFM767
Crosville G118, KFM767, a Bristol L5G built in 1949 (operated from 1950) with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken July 1971, Mann Island, Liverpool
22. KFM769
Crosville SLG120, KFM769, a Bristol L5G built in 1949/50 with ECW B35R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1968, Wrexham Bus Station
23. KFM894
Yuill, Hartlepool based contractor, KFM894, a Bristol L5G of 1949 with Eastern Coach Works B35R bodywork.
Photo taken January 1972, Hemlington building site, Middlesbrough
24. KFM273
Crosville Motor Services DKB397, KFM273, is a 1950 Bristol K6B with ECW L55R bodywork, part of the first batch of Bristol engined post war deliveries. Seen at Oswestry station at the southern end of service D2 from Wrexham via Ruabon and Chirk.
Photo taken Sunday 28 February 1960, Oswestry Station, Oswald Road
25. KFM770
Crosville MS SLG121, KFM770, a Bristol L5G built in 1950 with ECW B35R bodywork. This had been new as KG121 and was finally withdrawn in 1969.
Photo taken June 1968, Wrexham bus station
26. KFM774
Preserved Crosville KG125, KFM774, a Bristol L5G with ECW B35R body new in 1950, now residing in the Stoke-on-Trent area.
Photo taken Sunday 10 May 2009, Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent
27. KFM774
Crosville G125, KFM774, a Bristol L5G from 1950 in departmental use. Formerly SLG125.
Photo taken c.1970, Aberystwyth
28. KFM777
Crosville MS SLG128, KFM777, a Bristol L5G built in 1950 with ECW B35R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1968, Wrecsam Bus Station
29. KFM893
Preserved ex-Crosville Bristol L5G KFM893 with ECW B35R body, new in March 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 8 August 2004, Bishop's Lydeard
30. 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
31. 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
32. LFM320
Crosville ETE944, LFM320, a 1950 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Weymann dual purpose bodywork.
Photo taken c.1997, Huddersfield Rally
33. 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
34. LFM320
Interior view of Crosville KA244, LFM320, a 1950 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Weymann dual purpose bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 5 April 2015, Brough
35. LFM320
The immaculate interior of LFM320 looking towards the rear, Crosville KA244, a 1950 Leyland Tiger PS1 with Weymann dual purpose bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 5 April 2015, Brough
36. LFM730
Crosville SLG149, LFM730, a Bristol L5G built in 1950 with ECW B35R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1968, Wrexham Bus Station
37. LFM731
Crosville KG150, LFM731, a Bristol LL5G with ECW bodywork sits in Skipton during a lull in procedings at the Aire Valley Running Day. Skipton was for many years the haunt of similar red Bristols run by West Yorkshire Road Car.
Photo taken Sunday 11 October 2015, Skipton Bus Station
38. LFM731
Crosville KG150, LFM731, a Bristol LL5G with ECW bodywork new in 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 19 June 2016, Peak Rail Rally, Rowsley
39. LFM738
BRIMS (Tyneside contractor) LFM738, a Bristol LL5G built in 1950 with ECW B39R bodywork.
Photo taken March 1972, Hemlington building site, Middlesbrough
40. LFM742
Crosville KG161, LFM742, bound for Machynlleth passing the remains of Esgairgeiliog Station on the A.487, a 1950 Bristol LL5G with ECW B39R body.
Photo taken 1953, Esgairgeiliog Station
41. LFM745
Moore & Cartwright, building contractor, Norton, Stockton-on-Tees, LFM745, a Bristol LL5G built in 1950 with ECW B39R bodywork.
Photo taken December 1970, Norton Depot
42. LFM746
Crosville Motor Services ELB165, LFM746, was one of a batch of 10 Bristol LL6B's with Eastern Coachworks DP35R? bodywork delivered in 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 7 February 1960, Oswestry Station, Oswald Road
43. LFM753
Crosville KW172, LFM753, a 1950 Bristol L6B with ECW dual purpose 31 seat rear entrance body.
Photo taken 1998, Halifax
44. LFM753
Crosville KW172, LFM753, a 1950 Bristol L6B with ECW DP31R body, at the Wirral Bus and Tram Show, Birkenhead.
Photo taken Sunday 5 October 2014, Birkenhead
45. LFM769
Moore & Cartwright, building contractor, Norton (on Tees), LFM769, a Bristol LL5G built in 1950 with ECW B39R bodywork.
Photo taken August 1969, Roseworth, Stockton-on-Tees
46. LFM772
Crosville SLG202, LFM783, Bristol LL5G built in 1951 with ECW B39R bodywork alongside SLG191, LFM772, a 1950 Bristol L5G with ECW B35R bodywork
Photo taken June 1968, Wrexham
47. LFM781
Crosville SLG200, LFM781, a Bristol LL5G built in 1951 with ECW B39R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1968, Wrexham Bus Station
48. LFM794
Crosville SLG213, LFM794, a Bristol LWL5G built in 1951 with ECW B39R bodywork. This had been new as KG213 and was withdrawn in 1969.
Photo taken March 1968, Lower Bridge Street, Chester
49. MFM39
Preserved Crosville SL71, MFM39, a 1951 Bedford OB with Duple Vista C29F coachwork. It is colloquially known as Bosworth.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013, Brislington Park & Ride
50. MFM678
Crosville KW247, MFM678, a Bristol LWL6B with ECW C35F body, new in 1951
Photo taken c. 1956, London Victoria Coach Station
51. NFM35
Crosville SLB279, NFM35, a Bristol LWL6B built in 1952 with ECW B39R bodywork. New as KW279 and taken not far from the bus station at Wrexham.
Photo taken June 1968, Wrecsam
52. NFM46
Ex Crosville SLB290, NFM46, Bristol LL6B new in 1952.
Photo taken Sunday 30 March 1980, Breda Bus Station, Nederland
53. NFM46
Crosville SLB290, NFM46, a Bristol LL6B with ECW B39R body, new in May 1952 with fleet number KW 290 and withdrawn in 1970.
Photo taken Approx 1970, Crosville Llandudno (Town, not Junction) depot
54. NFM49
Crosville MS SLB293, NFM49, a Bristol LL6B built in 1952 with ECW B39R bodywork. New as KW293, this was withdrawn later in 1968.
Photo taken June 1968, Northgate Station, Chester
55. OFM690
OFM690 was new in February 1953 as Crosville, Chester UG318, later becoming CUG318, and was a Bristol LS6G with an Eastern Coachworks C37F body.
Photo taken Tuesday 3 August 1971, Silcox Garage, Pembroke Dock
56. MAX101
Crosville SUG286, MAX101, a Bristol LS5G built in 1954 with ECW B45F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1969, Crewe Bus Station
57. MAX103
Crosville SUG287, MAX103, was a Bristol LS6G with an Eastern Coachworks B45F body new in February 1954 as Red & White U354, and is seen here in Welshpool.
Photo taken early 1971, Welshpool
58. MAX107
Crosville SUG290, MAX107, was a Bristol LS6G with an Eastern Coachworks B45F new in June 1954 as Red & White U754 and is seen here in Shrewsbury.
Photo taken early 1971, Barker Street Bus Station, Shrewsbury
59. RFM408
Crosville DLB663, RFM408, a Bristol LD6B built in 1954 with ECW H33/25R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1968, Wrexham Bus Station
60. RFM409
Shaw Bros, Byers Green, RFM409, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1954 with ECW H33/25R bodywork. This had been new as Crosville ML664.
Photo taken May 1970, Byers Green Depot
61. RFM426
Crosville DLB681, RFM426, a Bristol LD6B built in 1954 with ECW CH30/22RD bodywork. An uncommon use for an LD was as a coach, this was soon to depart from Chester for Wrexham.
Photo taken March 1968, Delamere Street, Chester
62. RFM444
Crosville ML699, RFM444, was a Bristol LD6B with ECW H33/25R body new in October 1954, one of RFM406-63 their large first Lodekka batch. In the major renumbering of May 1958 it became DLB699, serving until sale to a dealer in November 1968.
Photo taken adjacent to North Bank Garage, Amble, Northumberland
63. VFM617
Shaw Bros, Byers Green, VFM617, a Bristol Lodekka LD6B built in 1955 with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken May 1974, Byers Green
64. VFM620
Green Bus 32, ex-Crosville Bristol LD/ECW VFM620 departing for Lichfield. Green Bus had acquired it in 1970 from Crosville where it had been DLB755, new in July 1955.
Photo taken early 1970s, Anson Street, Rugeley
65. XFM180
Silcox Motor Coach Co Ltd were known for a sizeable fleet of second hand Bristols purchased between 1969 and 1973 including a small number of double deckers. On the left is 103, XFM180, a 1955 LD6G Lodekka with ECW H33/27RD bodywork purchased in June 1970 from Crosville where it was DLB769.
Photo taken Monday 31 July 1978, Silcox Depot, Pembroke Dock
66. XFM203
Former Crosville DLG792, originally with registration number XFM203, a Bristol LD6G with ECW H60RD body, new in 1955
Photo taken Sunday 3 April 2005, Wisley Aerodrome
67. XFM219
Crosville DLG808, XFM219, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1955 as MG808.
Photo taken September 1969, Widnes to Runcorn Bridge
68. XFM220
Crosville DLG809, XFM220, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1955. It was withdrawn in 1972.
Photo taken Mostyn Street, Llandudno
69. 483AFM
Crosville EUG334, 483AFM, a Bristol LS6G built in 1956 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1969, Hassell Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme Bus Station
70. 485AFM
Crosville EUG336, 485AFM, a Bristol LS6G built in 1956 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1969, Crewe Bus Station
71. 489AFM
Crosville MS EUG340, 489AFM, a Bristol LS6G built in 1956 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1968, Chester
72. 836AFM
Former Crosville Lodekka DLG879, 836AFM, now with Dee Decker Tours of Melbourne. It's probably unlikely that it ever turned a wheel in London and certainly not for LT!
Photo taken Sunday 11 December 2011, diagonally opposite Flinders Street Station, Melbourne, Australia
73. 836AFM
Another view of Lodekka 1284AC (a local Melbourne registration for buses, coaches and other pax carrying vehicles), former Crosville DLG879, 836AFM.
Photo taken Sunday 11 December 2011, Flinders Street, Melbourne, Australia
74. 337CFM
Seen in Welshpool in 1963 is Crosville SSG604, 337CFM, a Bristol SC4LK with ECW B35F bodywork. New in July 1957 she remained in service until late 1974.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 1963, Welshpool
75. 782EFM
Crosville ran several examples of the Bristol SC chassis with ECW bodywork. Two 1957 examples SC12, 782EFM, and SC13, 783EFM, are seen at the rear of Aberystwyth depot in 1992.
Photo taken August 1992, Aberystwyth
76. 783EFM
Bristol intoduced their lightwieght front engine SC chassis in 1954. Crosville were one of the biggest customers for this chassis, despite it only having a 4 cylinder engine. Crosville bought this particular example in 1957 as their SC13, 783EFM.
Photo taken Sunday 19 September 2010, Meadowhall, Sheffield
77. 783EFM
Ex Crosville SC13, 783EFM, a 1957 Bristol SC4LK with ECW B35F body.
Photo taken Sunday 18 November 2012, Havelock Street, Ravensthorpe, near Dewsbury Bus Museum
78. 833AFM
Former Crosville MG876, 833AFM, a Bristol LD6G with ECW H33/27R body, new in May 1957, converted by Crosville to open-top in 1978 and withdrawn by them in 1982.
Photo taken Monday 4 September 2006, Alnwick
79. 833AFM
Delivered to Crosville in 1957 was this Bristol Lodekka LD6G DLG876, 833AFM. It is seen in Edinbugh in 2001 when working for Macs Tours. It remains in service with Dreadnought of Alnwick
Photo taken July 2001, Waverley Bridge, Edinburgh
80. 836AFM
Ex-Crosville DLG879 is seen here in Melbourne, registered LHO-888, operating for London Transport Bus Tours and masquerading as RM4 whilst operating route 11 to Liverpool Street. The Bristol LD6G with an Eastern Coachworks H33/27R body was new in 1957 as Crosville MG879, 836AFM, being renumbered in May 1958 under the fleet renumbering scheme.
Photo taken October 1972, Melbourne
81. 838AFM
Preserved Crosville Lodekka DLG881, 838AFM, new in May 1957.
Photo taken Saturday 17 May 2008, Manchester Museum of Transport
82. 838AFM
New to Crosville in 1957 as MG881, 838AFM, this Bristol Lodekka LD6G was later renumbered DLG881. it was the last LD type Lodekka in passenger service with Crosville when it was withdrawn in 1979 and became a driver trainer and was sold to North Western (the 1986 version of the company) for further use
Photo taken Sunday 29 October 1995, Halifax
83. 203KFM
Crosville Motor Services CMG363, 203KFM, a 1958 Bristol MW6G with ECW coach body was downgraded to bus work in 1971 and reclassified as SMG363. After withdrawal by Crosville in 1976 the bus was sold to United. It is seen still wearing Crosville livery but numbered 2301 in the United fleet
Photo taken 1976, Filey Bus Station
84. 203KFM
United AS 2301, 203KFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1958 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1976, Scarborough Bus Station
85. 240FFM
Crosville EMG350, 240FFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1958 with ECW DP41F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1969, Crewe Bus Station
86. 285HFM
Crosville DLG949, 285HFM, a "blank fronted" Bristol LDS6G new in 1958 one of the prototype flat-floor Lodekkas.
87. 286HFM
This is 286HFM, Crosville DLG950, fitted with experimental Gardner 6LX engine from new in 1958. It is a Bristol LD6G with PO33/27RD body. It was photographed in one of the famous hangers at Hooton Park which have the Belfast Trusses. These listed buildings which now have heritage lottery grant will be 100 years old in 2017.
Photo taken Sunday 24 May 2015, Hooton Park
88. 286HFM
Crosville (DL)G950, 286HFM, a 1958 Bristol LD6G/ECW H33/27RD, converted into a service vehicle, recovering demic VR DVL336
Photo taken Friday 10 October 1980, West Kirby
89. 811DFM
Crosville G341, 811DFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1958 with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken July 1978, Wrexham Bus Station
90. 811DFM
TFF251, formerley Crosville CMG341, 811DFM, a Bristol MW6G coach new in 1958 and converted by Crosville to a recovery vehicle in 1978
Photo taken Sunday 16 September 2012, Duxford
91. 193KFM
Crosville SSG632, 193KFM, a Bristol SC4LK with ECW 35 seat body, new in May 1959, at Bala Station presumably on a service to Arenig, replacing the withdrawn service on the Bala - Blaenau Ffestiniog line
Photo taken April 1961, Bala Station
92. 196KFM
Crosville SSG635, 196KFM, a Bristol SC4LK with ECW body, new in May 1959. Behind is 1965 MW SMG543, EFM624C.
Photo taken c. 1974, Smithy Corner, Glandwyfach
93. 199KFM
Crosville CSG638, 199KFM, a Bristol SC4LK built in 1959 with ECW C33F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1968, Victoria Road, Chester
94. 206KFM
Crosville Motor Services CMG366, 206KFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1959 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1970, Rock Ferry Depot Yard, Birkenhead
95. 611LFM
Crosville DLG1, 611LFM, a Bristol Lodekka LD6G with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 1971, Birkenhead
96. 612LFM
Crosville trainer G2, 612LFM (originally DLG2) a 1959 Bristol Lodekka with ECW bodywork.
Photo taken 1979, Mann Island, Liverpool
97. 624LFM
Crosville DLB14, 624LFM, a Bristol/ECW LD6G.
Photo taken 1973, Arpley Bus Station, Warrington
98. 627HFM
Cumbria Classic Coaches of Ravenstonedale operate this convertable open top Bristol Lodekka LD6B on tourist services in the Northern Dales. Seen storming through Kirkby Stephen, it was new to Crosville in 1959 as their DLB978, 627HFM.
Photo taken Sunday 24 April 2011, Kirkby Stephen
99. 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
100. 627HFM
Ex Crosville 627HFM, fleetnumber DLB978, is a Bristol Lodekka with convertible ECW 60 seat body new in 1959. Originally fitted with a Bristol engine it now sports a Gardner unit.
Photo taken Sunday 31 March 2013, Kirkby Stephen West Station
101. 627HFM
A photograph of former Crosville Bristol LD6B DLB978, 627HFM, participating in the annual Kirkby Stephen Rally has recently appeared on the site. It shouldn't be forgotten, however, that this bus, new in 1959 and believed to be the last Lodekka in the British Isles which retains its detachable roof as built from new, earns its keep operating private hires and scheduled services for Cumbria Classic Coaches of Ravenstonedale.
Photo taken Wednesday 31 August 2011, Galgate, Barnard Castle
102. 627HFM
Former Crosville Bristol LD6B DLB978, 627HFM, now operated by Cumbria Classic Coaches, is admired by passing tourists as it stands in the former Station Yard at Hawes. It was operating the company's service from Ravenstonedale via Kirkby Stephen and Aisgill which operates on Tuesdays between Easter and the end of October.
Photo taken Tuesday 28 August 2007, Station Yard, Hawes
103. SBO256
Leaving Carmarthen station whilst on an all-regions railrover, I found this Leyland PSUC with Park Royal B43F body SBO256, ex Western Welsh fleet number 1256 and here Crosville STL256.
Photo taken 1973, Station Approach, Carmarthen
104. 314PFM
314PFM, seen here in use by Western National for driver training, started life in 1960 with Crosville, fleet number DFG33, a Bristol FS6B with ECW H33/27RD body . It was withdrawn by Crosville in 1979.
Photo taken 1988, Camborne Depot
105. 319PFM
319PFM is a Bristol Lodekka FS6G with ECW H33/27RD body, formerly Crosville DFG 38 from 1960 and is seen in service at Hooton Park. The air base closed in 1957 and much of the site became the Vauxhall cars factory.
Photo taken Sunday 24 May 2015, Hooton Park
106. 429UFM
429UFM a Bristol MW6G originally with ECW C39F body as Crosville CMG409 seen after conversion to a recovery vehicle.
Photo taken off Chester Way, Northwich
107. 643LFM
Crosville SSG646, 643LFM, a Bristol SC4LK with ECW B35F body new in March 1960, on a Dolgellau service at Bala Station
Photo taken April 1961, Bala Station
108. 851RFM
Three Crosville Bristol MWs, SMG394, 851RFM new in August 1960, then what looks like SMG541, DFM210C, from 1965 and finally SMG437, 1215FM, from January 1963.
Photo taken c. 1966, Machynlleth Station
109. 851RFM
United AS 2305, 851RFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1960 with ECW DP43F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1977, Bedale
110. 856RFM
United AS 2308, 856RFM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1960/1 with ECW B41F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1976, Hartlepool Bus Station
111. 911OFM
Indicating to leave a stop after car parking obstruction, Crosville CSG662, 911OFM follows a period caravan in Flint on the A22 route to or from Mold via Northop. The Bristol SC4LK with ECW C33F body new in June 1960 has been relegated to OMO/OPO bus work, though this doesn't seem to have run to a local destination blind.
Photo taken Friday 24 August 1973, Holywell Road, Flint
112. 241SFM
Preserved ex-Crosviile SSG668, 241SFM, a Bristol SC4LK with ECW B35F body new in 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 16 July 2017, Anstey Park, Alton
113. 863RFM
Crosville SMG406, 863RFM, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B41F body, new in April 1961
Photo taken Thursday 15 April 1976, Caernarfon Depot
114. 895VFM
Crosville DFB85, 895VFM, a Bristol FLF6B built in 1961 with ECW H38/32F bodywork. A classic combination that went unnoticed in its day because it was so common but then you suddenly realise it has gone.
Photo taken March 1970, Heswall Bus Station
115. 1215FM
Crosville SMG437, 1215FM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1962 with ECW B41F bodywork. Working route D75 Llanidloes via Welshpool Newtown.
Photo taken July 1978, High Street, Welshpool
116. 1217FM
Crosville SMG439, 1217FM, a 1962 Bristol MW6G/ECW B41F with covered C-B-C grille.
Photo taken Wednesday 24 August 1977, Llangwnnadl, Gwynedd
117. 142YFM
Crosville DFB109, 142YFM, a Bristol Lodekka FLF6B built in 1962 with ECW CH37/15F bodywork. Looking very smart in a livery that would soon be just a memory of how things were.
Photo taken August 1970, Mann Island, Liverpool
118. 882VFM
Crosville DGF72, 882VFM, a Bristol FSF6G new in March 1962 with ECW H34/26F bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 1 July 2012, North Weald
119. 891VFM
Crosville DFG81, 891VFM, a Bristol FSF6G built in 1962 with ECW H34/26F bodywork. Carrying an experimental engine grille (or lack of!) and parked ahead of NFM27, SLB271, a Bristol LWL6B.
Photo taken March 1968, Hunter Street, Chester
120. 891VFM
Crosville DFG81 and DFG72, 891VFM/882VFM, 1962 Bristol FSF6Gs with ECW H34/26F bodies converted to open-top for sea-front services
Photo taken Thursday 5 August 1982, West Parade, Rhyl, top of High St
121. 1198FM
Crosville DFG118, 1198FM, a Bristol Lodekka FS6G with ECW H33/27RD new in 1963.
Photo taken Tuesday 2 September 1980, Wrexham Bus Station
122. 1199FM
Crosville DFG119, 1199FM, a Bristol Lodekka FS6G with ECW H33/27RD new in 1963.
Photo taken Tuesday 2 September 1980, Wrexham Bus Station
123. 1201FM
Crosville DFG121, 1201FM, a Bristol Lodekka FS6G with ECW H33/27RD new in 1963.
Photo taken Tuesday 2 September 1980, Wrexham Bus Station
124. 1206FM
The staff at Crosville's Wrexham garage were reported to be very fond of their Lodekkas and used them on trunk services until final withdrawal in September 1981. Seen some 18 months prior to this is DFG126, 1206FM, a 1963 vehicle, photographed at Oswestry on layover pending its return to Wrexham on the D2.
Photo taken Saturday 29 March 1980, Oswestry
125. 1221FM
Crosville SMG442, 1221FM, a 1963 Bristol MW6G/ECW B41F with C-B-C heating.
Photo taken Monday 3 July 1978, Dinas Dinlle, Gwynedd
126. 1223FM
Crosville Motor Services SMG444, 1223FM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1963 with ECW B41F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1970, West Kirby
127. 1226FM
Crosville SMG447, 1226FM, was a Bristol MW6G with ECW B41F body, new in June 1963 and withdrawn in January 1980.
Photo taken approx 1970
128. 1229FM
Crosville MW6G SMG450, 1229FM, is seen awaiting its next turn of duty in Welshpool on a sunny Sunday afternoon. SMG450 was almost new at the time of the photograph (although a good wash wouldn't have gone amiss!) and remained in service until c.1980 before being exported to New Zealand.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 1963, Welshpool
129. 2172FM
2172FM, a Crosville 1963 MW6G/ECW (of the model introduced in 1962) passing the entrance to Royston loco shed near Barnsley.
Photo taken Sunday 10 July 1966, Royston, near Barnsley
130. 2193FM
Crosville CMG486, 2193FM, Bristol MW6G coach with ECW C39F body, new in 1963
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
131. 2193FM
Crosville EMG486, 2193FM, a Bristol MW6G built in 1963 with ECW C39F bodywork. Relegated to bus duties and in bus livery at the end of route D84.
Photo taken July 1978, High Street, Welshpool
132. CMG471
Crosville CMG471, 2176FM, a coach bodied Bristol MW6G new in 1963, later converted to DP and withdrawn in 1979.
Photo taken September 1968, Fairbourne
133. VDB981
Crosville DAA516, VDB981, a 1963 AEC Renown 3B3RA with Park Royal H42/32F bodywork originally North Western 981
Photo taken Saturday 15 September 1973, Mann Island, Liverpool
134. 4227FM
Crosville bought both long and short F series Lodekkas. DFG157, 4227FM, a Bristol Lodekka FS6G with rear entrance ECW body dates from 1964.
Photo taken Sunday 19 June 2011, Rowsley
135. 4227FM
With a modern coach reflected in its mirror like side, preserved Crosville DFG157, 4227FM a 1964 Bristol Lodekka with ECW bodywork heads away from Chatsworth during the Peak Park Rally on 21st June
Photo taken Sunday 21 June 2015, Chatsworth, Derbyshire
136. 4227FM
Crosville DFG157, 4227FM, a Bristol Lodekka FS6G with ECW H33/27RD body new in 1964.
Photo taken Saturday 18 October 1980, Oswestry
137. 4227FM
Crosville 4227FM, fleet number DFG157. Bristol Lodekka on service 03 to Wrexham?
Photo taken Sunday 18 June 2017, Peak Rail Rally, Rowsley, Derbyshire
138. 7286FM
Brand new Crosville RELH6G coach, CRG525, 7286FM, seen here at Victoria Coach Station, obviously having just arrived from Liverpool on express service X61, judging by the crowd of anxious ladies waiting to retrieve their suitcases.
Photo taken Thursday 21 May 1964, London Victoria Coach Station
139. AFM104B
Crosville CRG529, AFM104B, a Bristol RELH6G with ECW C47F body.
Photo taken Aberystwyth
140. AFM105B
Seen arriving in the rain at the LVVS open day is Crosville Bristol RE CRG530, AFM105B, which was in service with Crosville from July 1964 until October 1980.
Photo taken Sunday 6 November 2016, Lincoln
141. AFM114B
Crosville DFB151, AFM114B, a Bristol FLF6B built in 1964 with ECW CH37/18F bodywork. An uncommon seating arrangement, this was waiting at Chester to run on route L1 to Caernarvon.
Photo taken March 1968, Chester
142. AJA144B
Crosville L322, AJA144B, a Leyland Leopard PSU3/3RT built in 1964 with Alexander Y bodywork.
Photo taken August 1978, just inside Semley Place entrance, London Victoria Coach Station
143. BFM434B
Crosville DFG164/DFG170 (BFM434B/BFM889B), Bristol Lodekka FS6Gs with ECW H33/27RD bodies
Photo taken Saturday 25 October 1980, Warrington
144. BFM889B
Crosville DFG164/DFG170 (BFM434B/BFM889B), Bristol Lodekka FS6Gs with ECW H33/27RD bodies
Photo taken Saturday 25 October 1980, Warrington
145. CFM356B
Crosville SCP2, CFM356B a Commer built in 1964 with Harrington B12 bodywork.
Photo taken August 1974, Trans-Pennine Rally, Harrogate Stray
146. DFM205C
Crosville SMG536, DFM205C, a Bristol MW6G with ECW B45F body, new in 1965.
Photo taken Summer 1967, Aberdaron
147. DFM207C
Crosville SMG538, DFM207C, a 1965 Bristol MW6G/ECW B45F, with blanked-off radiator and modified wheelarches, rather in the style of a Blackburn or Darwen PD2.
Photo taken Tuesday 30 August 1977, Castle Square, Caernarfon
148. GFM193C
Crosville DFG193, GFM193C, a 1965 Bristol FS6G/ECW. The last summer of substantial Crosville Lodekka operation.
Photo taken Saturday 25 July 1981, Post Office, Talacre
149. GFM195C
Crosville DFG195, GFM195C a 1965 Bristol FS6G/ECW, turning at the Talacre post office terminus, a long way from the publicity and fleetname displayed on the vehicle.
Photo taken Saturday 1 August 1981, Post Office, Talacre
150. GFM196C
Crosville DFG196, GFM196C, a late surviving Bristol Lodekka FS6G of 1965, seen in the autumn of its career at Wrexham alongside SLL619, MCA619P, a 1975 Bristol LH6L also in the Crosville fleet.
Photo taken 1981, Wrexham Bus Station
151. GFM555C
Crosville SMG555, GFM555C, a 1965 Bristol MW6G/ECW B45F.
Photo taken Friday 24 August 1973, Maentwrog, Oakley Arms
152. HFM562D
Crosville CMG562, HFM562D, a Bristol MW6G built in 1966 with ECW C39F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1978, Barmouth
153. HFM594D
Crosville ERG594, HFM594D, a Bristol RELL6G built in 1966 with ECW DP50F bodywork. Looking good in both livery and design, I feel this was much more handsome than the flat fronted version that followed it.
Photo taken June 1970, Market Street, Hoylake
154. JFM204D
Crosville DFG204, JFM204D, a Bristol Lodekka FS6G with ECW H33/27RD body, new in 1966.
Photo taken Sunday 2 August 1970, Mann Island, Liverpool
155. JFM207D
Crosville DFB207, JFM207D, a Bristol FS6B with ECW H33/27RD body new in 1966, on learner duties.
Photo taken April 1979
156. JFM210D
Crosville DFB210, JFM210D, a 1966 Bristol FS6B/ECW
Photo taken Wednesday 5 July 1978, Sodylt Bank
157. JFM220D
Crosville DFG220, JFM220D, a 1966 Bristol Lodekka FS6G with ECW bodywork is seen after conversion to a driver training vehicle
Photo taken 1993, Halifax
158. JFM225D
Crosville DFG225, JFM225D, was a Bristol Lodekka FS6G with ECW H33/27RD bodywork and one of a batch of thirty-five which were that fleet's last new rear-entrance buses. Twenty of the batch had Gardner engines whilst the balance had Bristol engines, but the distribution of the types within the batch wasn't straightforward. My 1966 BBF19 shows the A7 running from Chester to Holywell and, given that services changed more slowly in that era, I suspect that's what it still did at the time of this photo.
Photo taken Wednesday 7 July 1976, Foregate Street, Chester
159. JFM233D
Crosville DFG233, JFM233D, a 1966 Bristol Lodekka FS6G with ECW H33/27RD bodywork.
Photo taken Tuesday 17 February 1981, Prescot, Bus Station
160. JFM235D
Crosville DFG235, JFM235D, a Bristol Lodekka FS6G/ECW H33/27RD.
Photo taken Monday 23 August 1982, Barmouth
161. JFM236D
Crosville DFG236, JFM236D, a Bristol Lodekka FS6G with ECW H33/27RD body.
Photo taken Tuesday 2 September 1980, Bus Station, Delamere Street, Chester
162. NFM686E
Crosville MS CVT686, NFM686E, a Bedford VAM5 built in 1967 with Duple Viscount C45F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, Old Station Yard, off Rectory Lane, Guisborough
163. NFM690E
Crosville MS CVT690, NFM690E, a Bedford VAM5 built in 1967 with Plaxton Panorama II C45F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1968, Chester Depot
164. OFM32E
Crosville CMG32, OFM32E, a Bristol MW6G built in 1967 with ECW C39F bodywork. A late example of this type of bodywork and chassis combination.
Photo taken July 1978, Newtown
165. SFM250F
Crosville DFG250, SFM250F, a 1967 Bristol FLF6G/ECW H38/32F, one of the FLFs originally based in the Merseyside area which ended their days in North Wales on special duties.
Photo taken Friday 30 July 1982, Barmouth
166. SFM250F
Crosville DFG250, SFM250F, a 1967 Bristol FLF6G/ECW H38/32F.
Photo taken Saturday 21 August 1982, Barmouth
167. SFM253F
Crosville DFG253, SFM253F a 1967 Bristol FLF6G with ECW H38/32F body
Photo taken Saturday 14 May 1977, Manchester Piccadilly
168. SFM254F
Crosville DFG254, SFM254F a 1967 Bristol FLF6G with ECW H38/32F bodywork
Photo taken Saturday 25 August 1979, Pantymwyn, Flintshire
169. UFM37F
South Wales Transport 503, UFM37F, a 1967 Bristol RELH6G/ECW C47F originally Crosville CRG37.
Photo taken Wednesday 30 March 1983, Blaen-y-Maes estate, Swansea
170. UFM53F
Crosville Bristol RE/ECW ERG53, UFM53F, has its number blind set for route 107, so will probably later be working to Walton.
Photo taken Sunday 2 June 2013, Clacton Shopping Village
171. RBD329G
Looking very sorry for itself is Crosville SRG203, RBD329G, which was new to United Counties in 1969.
Photo taken late 1980s, Northwich
172. SFM22F
Crosville MS SRG22, SFM22F, a Bristol RELL6G built in 1968 with ECW B53F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1968, Chester
173. SFM259
Crosville DFG259, SFM259F, a 1968 Bristol FLF6G/ECW H38/32F. One of the duties the FLFs were used on when transferred to North Wales was an extensive series of school services from Bangor.
Photo taken Monday 30 June 1980, Llanfairfechan
174. UFM48F
Crosville SRG48, UFM48F, a Bristol RELL6G built in 1968 with ECW B53F bodywork, bound for New Ferry on route F44.
Photo taken March 1970, Grange Road, West Kirby
175. UFM53F
Crosville was a major user of the Bristol RE chassis. Seen here is ERG53, UFM53F, a 1968 Bristol RELL6G with 50 coach seats in a standard ECW bus shell. The Crosville dual purpose livery pressages the NBC local coach livery of a few years later.
Photo taken Sunday 4 April 2010, Kirkby Stephen
176. UFM53F
Preserved Crosville ERG53, UFM53F, a 1968 Bristol RELL6G with 50 coach seats in a standard ECW bus shell.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2011, Alton
177. XFM69G
Crosville SRG69, XFM69G, a Bristol RELL6G built in 1968 with ECW B48D bodywork. Dual door models were less common.
Photo taken March 1970, Rock Ferry Depot
178. XFM73G
Crosville SRG73, XFM73G, a Bristol RESL6G built in 1968 with ECW B46F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1970, Heswall Depot
179. AFM103G
Preserved Bristol RE AFM103G, new to Crosville in February 1969 as their number CRG103.
Photo taken Sunday 15 July 2007, Alton
180. AFM103G
Preserved Bristol RE AFM103G, new to Crosville in February 1969 as their number CRG103, now back in Crosville livery after a time in Bristol Greyhound livery.
Photo taken Sunday 11 August 2013, Brislington Park & Ride
181. AFM106G
Preserved former Crosville CRG106, AFM106G, a Bristol RELH6G with ECW C47F body, new in 1969.
Photo taken Sunday 3 April 2005, Wisley Aerodrome
182. AFM106G
Preserved former Crosville CRG106, AFM106G, a Bristol RELH6G with ECW C47F body, new in 1969.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 May 2009, Alnwick Castle Gardens Car Park, Alnwick
183. AFM113G
The Northern Bus Company of Dinnington near Sheffield were keen users of former NBC Bristol chassis. Seen leaving Meadowhall is former Crosville SRG113, AFM113G, a 1969 Bristol RELL6G.
Photo taken Thursday 12 June 1997, Meadowhall, Sheffield
184. CFM144G
Crosville SLP144, CFM144G, a Bristol LH6P built in 1969 with 7' 10" wide ECW B45F bodywork. This was withdrawn in 1980.
Photo taken July 1978, Plough Country Inn/Market Street, Llanrhaedr-ym-Mochnant
185. DFM129H
DFM129H was Crosville SRG129, a Bristol RELL6G with Eastern Coachworks B48D body, new in October 1969. Seen here nearing completion at ECW, Lowestoft.
Photo taken October 1969, Eastern Way, Lowestoft
186. EFM171H
Crosville SRG171, EFM171H, a 1970 Bristol RELL6G with 50 seat ECW body waits for time in the sun at Harlech. The destination blind is singularly uninformative!
Photo taken July 1980, Ffordd Newydd, Harlech
187. EFM178H
New to Crosville in 1970, this Bristol RELL6G with ECW body was SRG178, EFM178H, in that fleet. It went to Crosville Wales in 1986 and was sold by them to Citybus of Belfast in 1987. It was returned to the mainland in 1991 by Northern of Anston in whose service it is seen here. It was finally scrapped in 1995
Photo taken Saturday 22 February 1992, Meadowhall, Sheffield
188. EFM182H
Crosville SRG182, EFM182H, a 1970 Bristol RELL6G with ECW bodywork waits to depart for Caernarfon in 1986, the year it was withdrawn from service by Crosville.
Photo taken Thursday 12 June 1986, Bangor
189. LJX819H
Crosville ELL519, LJX819H a 1970 Leyland Leopard PSU3A/4RT with Plaxton C47F bodywork originally Hebble 419
Photo taken Saturday 27 June 1981, The Ferry P.H., Shotton
190. LJX819H
A view of the fairly basic (by today's standard) Leyland instrumentation of the time, Crosville ELL519, LJX819H a 1970 Leyland Leopard PSU3A/4RT with Plaxton C47F bodywork originally Hebble 419.
Photo taken Saturday 27 June 1981, Talacre
191. SCD500H
Crosville DVG540, SCD500H, a 1970 Bristol VRTSL2/6G/ECW H39/31F originally Southdown 500.
Photo taken Saturday 28 August 1982, Victoria Road, Y Ffrith, Prestatyn
192. TCD370J
Crosville bought a number of second hand buses in the late 1970s to assist with the spread of one man operation One such bus was this Northern Counties bodied Daimler Fleetline TCD370J, originally 370 in the Southdown fleet and HDG900 in the Crosville numbering system.
Photo taken 1981, Wrexham Bus Station
193. TCD375J
Crosville HDG905, TCD375J, a 1970 Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX/NCME H40/31F, originally Southdown 375.
Photo taken Thursday 5 August 1982, top of High St, Rhyl
194. HAL105K
Crosville's Machynlleth depot (MH) is time-honoured but the double-decker awaiting return to its home town of Aberystwyth isn't. DVG568, HAL105K, an early Bristol VR Mark 2 with ECW H39/31F body had only been acquired in June 1984 from East Midland, to whom it had served as D105 from November 1971, losing its D prefix in January 1976.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 May 1985, Doll Street Depot, Machynlleth
195. TCD509J
Crosville DVG545, TCD509J, a 1971 Bristol VRTSL26G with ECW bodywork was originally 509 in the Southdown fleet. It was accquired by Crosville in 1981 and is seen in typical North Welsh scenery in Llangollen in 1986.
Photo taken June 1986, Llangollen
196. TFM262K
Crosville CRL262, TFM262K, seen at Victoria Coach Station was an ECW C47F bodied Bristol RELH6L with bus-grant entrance doors.
Photo taken Saturday 22 July 1972, London Victoria Coach Station
197. TFM264K
Crosville CRL264, TFM264K, seen at Victoria Coach Station was an ECW C47F bodied Bristol RELH6L with bus-grant entrance doors.
Photo taken Sunday 23 July 1972, London Victoria Coach Station
198. TFM264K
A rear view of Crosville CRL264, TFM264K, seen at Victoria Coach Station which was an ECW C47F bodied Bristol RELH6L with bus-grant entrance doors.
Photo taken Sunday 23 July 1972, London Victoria Coach Station
199. OFM720K
Crosville were surprising purchasers of Seddon Pennine RU chassis with Pennine bodywork in 1972 taking both dual doored service buses and single door dual purpose machines. One of the latter EPG720, OFM720K, is seen in Chester with a corporation Guy about to pass.
Photo taken 1978, Chester Market Place
200. WFM801K
Crosville SNL801, WFM801K, was the second production Leyland National built having chassis number 00102. It carries a 44 seat dual entrance body and was delivered in a version of traditional Crosville colours.
Photo taken Sunday 9 September 2007, Meadowhall, Sheffield
201. XUF393K
Crosville HDL923, XUF393K, a 1972 Daimler Fleetline CRL6/ECW H43/31F originally Southdown 393.
Photo taken Thursday 29 July 1982, Dinorwic terminus
202. YFM276L
Framed on a beautiful day by glorious background, elegant houses, Cambrian Railways signal box and Great Western signal, Crosville ERG276, YFM276L, performs traditional interchange at Barmouth on the D94 at 14.15 to Corwen via Bala and Llandrillo. substantially a rail replacement route. The Bristol RELL6G with ECW DP50F body was new in January 1973 and was transferred to Crosville Wales in September 1986.
Photo taken Monday 17 September 1984, Barmouth Station Parking Ground
203. YFM277L
Seen in a rain soaked Meadowhall interchange is former Crosville Bristol RELL6G YFM277L. New to Crosville in 1973 as ERG277 with 50 coach seats in a bus shell. When photographed it was owned by Northern Bus of Dinnington.
Photo taken Saturday 27 January 1990, Meadowhall, Sheffield
204. UBU72N
In 1971/72 Crosville took delivery of 100 of the new RU model with Pennine bodywork numbered EPG/SPG 701-800 as a dual sourcing exercise aimed at finding a Gardner rear engined saloon as a possible alternative to the Bristol RE which Bristol couldn't deliver in sufficient quantities and was to be phased out and replaced by the Leyland National. Contemporary press reports had them returning to the manufacturer for rectification work, and Crosville hired Seddon Demonstrator and 1970 Motor Show Exhibit ABU451J which became SPG700 and in 1974 acquired SPG699 UBU72N which was based on the Seddon Pennine VII underfloor engined chassis which was later to find favour with the Scottish Bus Group with Alexander bodywork. SPG699 was obviously a better machine than the RU's as it remained in service until 1984 by which only one RU (EPG702) remained.
Photo taken 1980's, Chester Bus Station
205. MCA671T
Crosville Cymru SNL671, MCA671T a 1979 Leyland National 10351B/1R B44F, originally Crosville SNL671, still in pre-privatisation Crosville livery with Bws Gwynedd red front.
Photo taken Wednesday 12 October 1988, Criccieth