SCT '61 Photo Index
Glasgow Corporation
Bus Fleet List

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Glasgow built many standard trams in the early years of the last century. 812 dates from 1900 when it entered service as an open top car. In 1910 it became an open balcony car and received enclosed platforms in 1913.
Photo taken 1996, Crich Tramway Museum
2.
Glasgow tram 812, dating from 1900
Photo taken February 2006, Crich Tramway Museum
3.
On the last day of the Glasgow trams, after the rain had set in the procession is seen against a background of umbrellas. Horse car 543 leads, followed by 672, single decker 1089 and a standard car.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 September 1962, Glasgow
4.
P.W. car 22 started life as a horse car which was later electrified. It is seen here in its final form in the Barland Street P.W. yard.
Photo taken May 1960, Barrland Street Public Works Yard
5.
In complete contrast to Brian's wonderful Glasgow pictures, this shot show s preserved Glasgow car 22 an open balcony standard new in 1922.
Photo taken Sunday 24 May 2009, Crich Tramway Museum
6.
Cable Laying Car No.1 of 1905 at the back of Dalmarnock Depot.
Photo taken May 1960, Dalmarnock Depot
7.
Two standard cars seen at the Mosspark terminus on the reservation in Corkerhill Road. 413, a round dash car, is waiting to enter the terminal stub whilst 64, a hex dash car, has just left the terminus on its way to Park Road.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Corkerhill Road, Mosspark
8.
Early one morning a works car (probably no.22) towing a well laden trailer heads south out of the city. It had probably spent the night on P.W. work somewhere and is now on its way back to Barrland Street.
Photo taken May 1960, Jamaica Street/Argyle Street
9.
Glasgow Standard hex dash car 172 at Maryhill with the conductress changing the front indicators. The body had been built by Glasgow in 1913 on a Brill 21E truck and seated 38/21. It was scrapped two months after this photograph was taken.
Photo taken Thursday 14 April 1960, Maryhill Road Terminus, Maryhill
10.
Glasgow 172, on a Brill 21E truck, had been built by Glasgow Car Works in June 1913 and is seen at Maryhill with the conductress changing the destination blind in the only manner possible, whilst holding on to her Ultimate ticket machine.
Photo taken Thursday 14 April 1960, Maryhill, Glasgow
11.
Seen at Broomhouse is Glasgow 190, built on a Brill 21E truck and having a body built in the Glasgow Car Works in April 1913.
Photo taken Thursday 14 April 1960, Broomhouse, Glasgow
12.
1017 was ex-Paisley double deck car 17 and had been cut down for use on the single deck worked Duntocher route.
Photo taken May 1960, outside Coplawhill Works
13.
GCT 1017 (ex Paisley) was the training car for many years and then the car works shunter. This view was taken by an Head Office clerk who was a keen photographer and gave me a few of his prints as he knew I was interested in the subjects, when I first started work!
Photo taken late 1950s?, GCT Car works, Coplawhill, Albert Drive, Glasgow
14.
Paisley and District Tramways 68 dates from 1919 and is one of number of Paisley cars that ran in Glasgow after the corporation acquired the Paisley system.
Photo taken August 1987, Crich Tramway Museum
15.
Seem in the Edwardian town at Beamish is Glasgow 1068, new to the Paisley & District tramway in 1919. It carries blue for the route colour system used in Glasgow for a number of years.
Photo taken Sunday 7 April 2013, Beamish Open Air Museum
16.
On the last day of the Glasgow trams, there was a commemorative procession of trams that evening, here being led by restored "room & kitchen" car 672. A civic dignatory (the Lord Mayor of Glasgow?) is on the front platform.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 September 1962, Glasgow
17.
Glasgow standard car 103 on a short working of route 29 to Glasgow Cross. The lady in the foreground may wish to board the tram or could be about to cross the road. Plenty of period commercial vehicles including a Royal Mail van at right.
Photo taken May 1960
18.
An atmospheric shot in rather murky weather of Glasgow standard car 264 on route 26 to Scotstoun in March 1960. In the background a Coronation car is going the other way on route 18A to Shawfield and an unidentified Glasgow Corporation double decker is to its right. Trolleybus overhead is visible, but no vehicles.
Photo taken March 1960, Bridgeton Cross
19.
Apparently almost out in the country, Glasgow standard car 582 uses the crossover at Broomhouse terminus to return to Maryhill on route 29. A Central SMT bus is about to join the main road from a side road on the right.
Photo taken May 1960, Hamilton Road/Roundknowe Road, Broomhouse Terminus
20.
Watched by an inspector on the right, Glasgow standard car 468 working on route 29 turns out of Maryhill depot.
Photo taken May 1960, Maryhill Road/Station Road, Maryhill
21.
Glasgow standard car 376 appears to have been turned short, but the blinds are blank, so it is not clear what route it is on.
Photo taken May 1960, Paton Street/Duke Street, Dennistoun
22.
Glasgow standard car 224 heads into the city on route 10, closely followed by what looks like a PD2. A Glasgow Corporation double decker goes in the other direction. The ornate building in the centre of the picture is thought to be the old Botanic Gardens railway station, closed in 1939.
Photo taken May 1960, Great Western Road/Byres Road
23.
Kilmarnock Bogie 1116 heads for Auchenshuggle on route 9. It is about to pass a Glasgow Corporation double decker and a Glasgow standard car is approaching in the other direction.
Photo taken May 1960, London Road/Springfield Road
24.
Kilmarnock Bogie 1100 was the subject of various experiments and was rebuilt in 1941 with streamlined ends. Here it is on a short working on route 9 to Partick. This vehicle still survives at Crich.
Photo taken May 1960, Dumbarton Road/Glendore Street, Whiteinch
25.
Rebuilt Kilmarnock Bogie 1100 again, on route 9 to Clydebank.
Photo taken May 1960
26.
Glasgow tram 812 on training duties
Photo taken Friday 19 June 2009, Crich Tramway Museum
27.
Glasgow 48 was built in 1921 as a Phase III hex-dash open balcony car, being rebuilt to Phase IV standard with enclosed balconies in 1930. It was withdrawn in July 1960.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Great Western Road, Anniesland Cross
28.
Glasgow 59 was built in 1921 as a Phase III hex-dash open balcony car, being rebuilt to Phase IV standard with enclosed balconies in 1929. It was withdrawn in November 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Great Western Road, Anniesland Cross
29.
Glasgow Corporation Tramways 22, built in 1922 and withdrawn from active service at the end of 1960.
Photo taken Saturday 24 April 2004, Crich Tramway Museum
30.
On the left Glasgow tram 22 and in the background Paisley District 68
Photo taken Tuesday 3 May 1988, Glasgow Garden Festival
31.
Glasgow Corporation trams 22 and 1282 perform for visitors at Crich, emphasising the advances in GB tram design, before the second world war more or less ended further development. Car 22 was built in 1922 and is painted with white route band, whilst the Coronation tram 1282, built 15 years later, was equipped with number screens and appropriately displays the last tram service to operate in September 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 24 April 1999, Crich Tramway Museum
32.
A view from the Bowes-Lyon bridge of the tramway village and depot at Crich Neareset the camera is Glasgow 22 an open balcony car of 1922, behind is Glasgow 812 a car dating from 1900 which was originally an open top car that was much modified over its long life with the corporation.
Photo taken Monday 3 May 2010, Crich Tramway Museum
33.
Glasgow Standard Hex-Dash car 667 was new in June 1923 and was scrapped in September 1959.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Trongate
34.
Seen leaving the Mosspark terminus, turning on to Mosspark Boulevard, driven by one of the many female drivers, is hex dash tram 1051, new in January 1924 and scrapped in June 1961. Another tram can be seen, beyond the three ladies waiting at the bus stop, at the terminus with the shops on Paisley Road West in the background.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Mosspark
35.
Glasgow 1319 with a Corporation built 40/30 body on Maley & Taunton HS44/596 bogies.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Mosspark Boulevard/Bellahouston Drive
36.
An evocative East End view with car 1088 about to bear right down the hill towards Parkhead following an SMT double decker and in the distance a Corporation bus heads towards Carntyne, beyond the railway bridge.
Photo taken Nov 1955, Duke Street at Carntyne Road, Glasgow
37.
Car 1089 was an experimental single deck car built in 1926. In later years it was normally used on peak period extras on route 9 to Partick, as here. This vehicle survives and is now in the new Riverside Museum.
Photo taken May 1960, Dumbarton Road/Haldane Street, Whiteinch
38.
On the last day of the Glasgow trams, there was a commemorative procession of trams that evening, including reconditioned standard car 1088.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 September 1962, Glasgow
39.
Fifty-one Glasgow standard double-bogie cars were built in 1927/8 and car 1126 entered service in December 1928, being withdrawn in December 1960.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Trongate
40.
Glasgow 1094 was caught at Auchenshuggle. Built in October 1928, it was one of the Kilmarnock bogies cars with a Hurst Nelson 38/30 body.
Photo taken Thursday 14 April 1960, Auchenshuggle, Glasgow
41. GE2446
I don't think there is a shot of the superbly restored former Glasgow CT 1928 Leyland TD1 GE2446, with characteristic Leyland open staircase lowbridge body, on SCT61 yet?
Photo taken Sunday 16 August 2015, Lathalmond
42.
Glasgow Cunarder 1297 (left) prepares to depart on the long route to Auchenshuggle, as Cunarder 1362 arrives from the city.
Photo taken 1961, Dalmuir West
43. GE7220
A rather poor upload of GCT 188, GE7220, Leyland TD1 which was rebodied by Hurst Nelson in 1931.
Photo taken 1931?, Hurst Nelson factory?
44. GG4681
GCT 238, GG4681, was an AEC Renown 663 demonstrator with Cowieson H32/28R body built in 1932. Originally numbered 50, it became 238 in 1935. It was the only 3-axle motorbus in the fleet and was eventually withdrawn in 1951. Seen here at Lorne School, which was known also as "Govan Depot" near the end of its working days in Glasgow. Its original embellishments, wheel rings and bumper bar had long been removed and the body is showing definite signs of fatigue!
Photo taken Wednesday 4 May 1949, Lorne School, Govan
45. GG944
Recent comments about St Enoch Square (here) prompted speculation about Beardmore building taxis as well as ships. GCT 318 was the only 1930 Leyland Titan to be fitted with a "heavy oil engine" manufactured by Beardmore as an experiment, and GCT ordered 30 to be installed in the forthcoming Albion Venturer SP81 buses in 1935. 1-30 had Gardner engines and 31-50 had Beardmore 6-cylinder engines built at Dalmuir but production was ceased due to reliability problems and by 1940, all had been replaced by Leyland.
Photo taken 1934, unknown
46.
Coronation car 1274 in March 1960 at the Burnside terminus of route 18, about to return to Springburn. The tramway gives every indication of at one time continuing further along this road, but I understand it did not.
Photo taken March 1960, Burnside Terminus
47.
Coronation car 1189 has arrived at Partick on a short working of route 26 in March 1960. The route on to Dalmuir goes past at the end of the road and in the opposite direction, in front of the car, is Partick depot.
Photo taken March 1960, Hayburn Street, Partick
48.
Looking the other way from the previous photo of 1189, another Coronation car on route 26 stands outside Partick Depot, while a Glasgow standard car is further down the road.
Photo taken March 1960, Partick Depot
49.
A Coronation car, probably at the Scotstoun terminus of route 16, in March 1960. The driver appears to be in the act of changing the blind for the return journey to Keppochil Road. This appears to be a stub off the main line to Dalmuir, which obviously never went beyond the low railway bridge in the background.
Photo taken March 1960, Balmoral Street, Scotstoun Terminus stub
50.
An unusual viewpoint of a Coronation car on route 10 to Kelvinside. This was taken from a room in the YMCA hostel in Bothwell Street, where I was staying.
Photo taken May 1960, Bothwell Street
51.
A Coronation car on route 15 to Auchenshuggle, from the front of a car going the other way. It is followed by a Central SMT Bristol Lodekka and a contemporary lorry stands at the kerb on the right.
Photo taken May 1960
52.
Coronation car 1253 on route 3 to Park Road on reserved track in the southern suburbs.
Photo taken May 1960, Mosspark Boulevard/Bellahouston Drive
53.
The little used turning loop at Finnieston(?) is occupied by a Coronation car. An inspector strides purposefully towards it, while its crew await instructions. Cunarder 1317 passes, probably on route 16 to Dalmuir.
Photo taken May 1960, Argyle Street/Finnieston Street, Finnieston
54.
Coronation car 1245 has arrived at Whitevale on a short working on route 29 from Maryhill. A similar car passes on the main road. This was a short stub in David Street, off the main route.
Photo taken May 1960, Rowchester Street, Whitevale
55.
Looking in the other direction from the previous shot of Coronation car 1245, it will be seen that the stub originally led to Whitevale Depot, the building of which is on the left of the road. This depot had closed in 1922 and the whole area has now been redeveloped.
Photo taken May 1960, Rowchester Street, Whitevale
56.
A Coronation car on route 3 to Mosspark in very diffferent surroundings to the previous shots of 1245 in Whitevale, among the large houses of the south Glasgow suburbs.
Photo taken May 1960
57.
Coronation car 1220 on route 3 to Park Road at the crossing of Union Street/Jamaica Street and Argyle Street. The roof of Glasgow Central station is on the left and a Cunarder is just poking its nose out having come under the bridge beneath the station. A Glasgow Corporation double decker is just visible in the traffic on the right.
Photo taken May 1960, Union Street/Jamaica Street and Argyle Street
58.
Taken at the same crossing as the previous photo of Coronation car 1220, looking towards the bridge under the station, Glasgow standard car 9 is on route 9 to Auchenshuggle, followed by a Coronation car on route 29.
Photo taken May 1960, Union Street/Jamaica Street and Argyle Street
59.
Wall to wall trams! Cunarder 1391 on route 29 and another of the same type are in a line of at least four trams in the centre of the city. The car tucked in between them must feel a little overwhelmed!
Photo taken May 1960, Argyle Street
60.
A Cunarder on route 3 to Mosspark on a tramway reservation in the southern suburbs. Note the "Private Tram Track" sign.
Photo taken May 1960, Mosspark Boulevard/Mosspark Drive
61.
A Cunarder on route 3 to Park Road about to negotiate a tram and trolleybus crossing. Note the fairly complicated overhead.
Photo taken May 1960, Albert Drive/Shields Road, Pollokshields
62.
A Cunarder and two Coronation cars at the Maryhill terminus of route 29.
Photo taken May 1960, Maryhill Road Terminus, Maryhilll
63.
Car 1005 was built in 1947 as an experimental single ended car. It was later rebuilt as a normal double ended car resembling a Cunarder. It is seen here in the city centre on a short working on route 18. A rather interesting looking art deco building (a block of flats?) is visible at the end of the road.
Photo taken May 1960, Elmbank Street/Bath Street
64.
Car 1005 sets out on its next journey on route 18 to Ruchil.
Photo taken May 1960, Elmbank Street/Bath Street
65.
This official GCT picture was taken about 1935 and shows the rear platform of an open stair Titan (not identified).In the background are several closed stair buses and at least one other open stair one. The fare table on the left shows it belongs to service 6 (Riddrie-Garscadden Road) this dates it to after February 1933.The red "uncollected fare box" was fitted to all trams and buses can be seen facing out onto the platform.
Photo taken 1935, Knightswood Garage (guess)
66.
Glasgow 1055 was one of forty-six cars purchased in 1953 from Liverpool where it had been number 869. It entered service in May 1954, was withdrawn in June 1960
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Trongate, Glasgow
67.
By the time of my visit, 1036 was probably the last survivor of the ex-Liverpool Green Goddesses. It is seen here in the entrance to Maryhill Depot, having been shunted out specially for my photo.
Photo taken May 1960, Maryhill Depot, Celtic Street, Maryhill
68.
Glasgow Corporation Tramways "Coronation" tram 1151, built in 1937 by EMB/GCT.
Photo taken 1961, London Road, Auchenshuggle Terminus
69.
Glasgow 1166, a "Coronation" car of 1937, built by EMB/GCT, negotiates the crossover before heading back to Dalmarnock depot.
Photo taken 1961, Dalmuir West
70.
On the last day of the Glasgow trams there was a special service between Dalmuir and Auchenshuggle. Here the last car on this special service, 1174, stands at Auchenshuggle ready to work the last journey in to Dalmarnock Depot. It carries a sign saying Goodbye Trams.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 September 1962, London Road, Auchenshuggle Terminus
71.
On the last day of the Glasgow trams, 1174 turns into the side road in which Dalmarnock Depot was situated.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 September 1962, outside Dalmarnock Depot
72.
On the last day of the Glasgow trams, 1174 enters Dalmarnock Depot for the last time.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 September 1962, outside Dalmarnock Depot
73.
Glasgow Coronation car 1282 heads out of town to Dalmuir West.
Photo taken 1961, Dumbarton Road/Primrose Street, Glasgow
74.
Glasgow Coronation car 1179 entered service on May 23rd 1938 and was withdrawn on May 29th 1962. In September 1951 it had received motors and bogies from a Liverpool car but these were transferred to 1393 in 1954.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Trongate
75.
Glasgow 1163, seen in George Street, was a Coronation car on E.M.B. Lightweight bogies with a Glasgow built body, new in March 1938.
Photo taken Monday 11 April 1960, George Street, Glasgow
76. BUS107
Gosport & Fareham (Provincial), Hoeford 2, BUS107, was an A.E.C. O661 Regent with a Weymann H30/26R body which had been new as Glasgow 541 in 1938, passing to Procter, Hanley in May 1953. It was acquired from Procter in 1957. 
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Garage, Hoeford
77. BUS168
Reliance, Newbury BUS168 had been new in 1938 as Glasgow 602 with a Cowieson H30/26R body. It was an A.E.C. O661 Regent and was rebodied in 1950 with a Scottish Aviation H30/26R body and was renumbered AR276.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, The Wharf, Newbury
78. BUS185
Glasgow Corporation rebodied AR293, BUS185, AEC Regent/Scottish Commercial H30/26R at Blairdardie, the last vehicle in a batch of twenty new with Cowieson bodies. The chassis dates from 1938 and the body from 1950.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Great Western Road/Chaplet Avenue, Blairdardie
79.
Glasgow tram 1261, a "Coronation" Mark I, built by EMB/GCT in 1939.
Photo taken 1961, London Road, Auchenshuggle Terminus
80.
A line up of Leyland buses of Glasgow Corporation at Knightswood garage.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Knightswood Garage
81.
Glasgow 1253 was a Coronation tram built by the Corporation Transport Department at Coplawhill having E.M.B. Lightweight bogies, entering service in July 1939 and is seen at the terminus of route 3 at Mosspark.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 1960, Mosspark
82. CUS818
Mayne, Droylsden CUS818 was one of two A.E.C. Regents with Weymann H30/26R bodies acquired from Glasgow in January 1953. This one, which had been new as Glasgow 653 in 1939, is seen at the garage at Droylsden.
Photo taken Monday 26 May 1958, Droylsden Garage
83.
Glasgow 1282, a 1940 built Coronation bogie car, built by the Corporation. This tram ran in the final procession of Glasgow cars in 1962
Photo taken 1996, Crich Tramway Museum
84.
Glasgow Corporation "Coronation" 1282, built in 1940, was the last tram to run to Clydebank after the closing procession in Glasgow on the 4th September 1962.
Photo taken Sunday 22 October 1978, Crich Tramway Museum, Derbyshire
85.
Glasgow 1225 was one of the production batch of Coronation cars which were numbered from 1143 to 1292 and which entered service between November 1937 and July 1941.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Trongate
86.
In 1942, Glasgow's Bus works built 8 bodies to MCCW design on Albion CX19 chassis, with no sign of utility features. 784-791 (DGB432-439).
Photo taken 1942
87. DGG919
New in 1944, Glasgow Daimler CWA6 DGG919 was numbered 118 and had a Duple H30/26R body. It was rebodied with an East Lancs H30/28R body in May 1954 when it was re-numbered to DR11.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, St Enoch Square
88.
Glasgow Corporation Tramways "Cunarder" trams 1297 and (thought to be) 1382, built by Maley & Taunton/GCT between 1948 and 1952.
Photo taken 1961, Dalmuir West Terminus
89.
Glasgow 1297 is happily one of their trams saved for preservation. In 1988 it had the honour of operating in its home city again, when a special track was laid as part of the Glasgow Garden Festival.
Photo taken 27 Aug 1988, Glasgow Garden Festival
90. FYS163
Glasgow A63, FYS163, an A.E.C. 9612E Regent III with a Crossley H30/26R body is seen at the Bath Street/West Nile Street junction in Glasgow. It was one of fifty new in 1948.
Photo taken Sunday 10 April 1960, Bath Street/West Nile Street, Glasgow
91. FYS308
GCT DS3, FYS308, a Daimler CVD6 with GCT B33D body built 1948. Delivery of this batch of buses stretched from 1949-1953 and DS3 was photographed for an official GCT publication at the bus works.
Photo taken 1949
92. FYS348
Glasgow CT Daimler CVD6 DS43, FYS348, was the first of a batch of 43 to enter service from 1948, with forward entrance and rear exit bodies built at the bus works on Metal Section frames. The luxurious finish is apparent in this view, compared with the spartan interiors entering service 10 years later on the single deck trolleybuses TBS 12-21.
Photo taken 1948
93. FYS348
Interior view of Glasgow DS43, FYS348, looking towards the rear. The GCT "route plate" (running number) holder can be seen on the window pillar, and was also fixed on the offside of buses behind the driver's cab. Metal plates were used and eventually replaced by plastic ones until the practice was ceased . The route number was then painted on the back of the metal timetable board and was intended to be displayed by the driver on all journeys, to enable a timekeeper to identify each bus on the service, and its home garage.
Photo taken 1948
94.
Glasgow Cunarder 1314 with a Glasgow 40/30 body new in December 1949 is seen on Mosspark Boulevard at Moss Road.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Mosspark Boulevard
95. EGA79
Glasgow Corporation B92, EGA79, the well known Albion CX37s with Croft H30/26R, from 1949, now with Glasgow Museums has been displayed at the City's transport museums since 1964, makes the occasional outing and is seen at Larkfield Garage yard in April 1975, whilst in preparation for the Lord Provost's procession of that year.
Photo taken Wednesday 30 April 1975, Larkfield Garage yard, Victoria Road, Glasgow
96. EGA79
Glasgow B92, EGA79, an Albion Venturer/Croft H30/26R, new in 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 13 August 2017, Riverside Museum, Glasgow
97. EGA79
A side view of Glasgow B92, EGA79, an Albion Venturer/Croft H30/26R, new in 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 13 August 2017, Riverside Museum, Glasgow
98. EGA85
Glasgow B98, EGA85, was an Albion CX37S new in 1949 with a Croft H30/26R body, one of ten such buses.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, West George Street
99.
Glasgow Cunarder tram 1363 built in 1950. Cunarders (officially Coronation Cars Mark II) were a post-war development of the pre-war Coronations, with a slightly smoother appearance and inside-framed bogies.
Photo taken July 1961, London Road, Auchenshuggle Terminus
100.
In May 1950, Glasgow Corporation Transport undertook a survey of its bus garages and the accommodation required for the expanding bus fleet. This picture shows Larkfield Garage at 12:30 am on the 22nd March 1950, the comments being that the garage was full and the yard congested! EGA34, an Albion Venturer (B28) with MCCW body (1948) can be seen on the far left and a wartime Daimler (127, DUS433) on the far right, reflecting the mixed allocation of Albions, AEC and Daimlers at Larkfield on this night.
Photo taken Wednesday 22 March 1950, Larkfield Garage, Victoria Rd
101.
St Enoch Square in Glasgow was a major interchange between the Underground and bus services to the south of the river Clyde. Three Daimlers can be identified: DR5 (DGG912) , rebodied CWA6/ East Lancs: D153 (FYS963) 1957 CVG6/ Alexander and D61 (FYS489) CVD6/Scottish Aviation. Two Lowland Greyhound coaches can be also be seen, one identified as JGD667 with opening roof.
Photo taken 1957?, St Enoch Square
102.
Glasgow 1336 was one of one hundred Mark II Coronation cars (1293-1392), also known as Cunarders, which entered service between December 1948 and February 1952, with 1336 entering service in May 1950 and being withdrawn in August 1962.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Trongate
103.
Glasgow 1352 was one of one hundred Mark II Coronation cars (1293-1392), also known as Cunarders, which entered service between December 1948 and February 1952, with 1352 dating from September 1950. It was withdrawn in November 1962
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, Trongate
104. EGA86
Glasgow had a number of Albion CX37s Venturer buses and B99, EGA86, seen here in George Street was the first of ten new in 1950 with Brockhouse H30/26R bodies, along with thirty-four which had Roberts bodies.
Photo taken Monday 11 April 1960, George Square North, Glasgow
105. EGA94
A forward view of Glasgow Albion Venturer B107, EGA94, illustrating the art deco look which was still being added to deliveries after the war. The ceiling panels were a less complicated design than featured in the Coronation trams, but the provision of interior mirrors, alhambrinal panelling and "jazzy" moquette combined to produce a welcoming interior. The matching right hand "mirror" was a window to allow the driver to view through the bus to the rear platform.
Photo taken 1950
106. EGA94
Glasgow B107,EGA94, was one of ten Albion Venturers to have bodies built by Brockhouse at Clydebank to Park Royal design in 1950. The glass fronted panel on the left of the door was to display the "Bye Laws".
Photo taken 1950
107. FYS743
Glasgow TD9, FYS743, a Daimler CTM6 with a Metro-Cammell H40/30R body was seen at Glasgow Cross.
Photo taken Monday 11 April 1960, Tollbooth Steeple, Glasgow Cross (High Street/Trongate)
108. FYS362
Glasgow Airport operated AEC Regent III with 1951 Weymann body as an "Air-side" vehicle when it was withdrawn by GCT. FYS362 (A179).
Photo taken Jan 1973, Glasgow Airport
109. FYS388
Glasgow A205, FYS388, was an A.E.C. 9612E Regent III with a Weymann H30/26R body to M.C.C.W. design new in 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 26 July 1959, Great Western Road, Anniesland Cross
110. FYS399
Glasgow Corporation A216, FYS399, AEC Regent III/Weymann H30/26R, one of a batch of 92 dating from 1951.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Hope Street/West George Street
111. FYS472
Glasgow Daimler CVD6 D46, FYS474, had an Alexander H30/26R body and was new in 1951.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, St Enoch Square
112.
Glasgow 1382 was one of the last Coronation Mk II (Cunarders) to enter service in 1952.
Photo taken 1961, Dalmuir West
113.
At the Maryhill terminus in Glasgow is Glasgow 1392, mounted on Maley & Taunton HS44/596 bogies and with a body, seating 40/26, built in the Glasgow Car Works in April 1952.
Photo taken Thursday 14 April 1960, Maryhill, Glasgow
114. FYS495
FYS495, GCT BS1, was an experimental chassis KP71NW, one of two built, and in this example for Glasgow Corporation had a Scottish Aviation BB39D body built in 1952.
Photo taken 1952, Knightswood Garage(?)
115.
Glasgow 1398 is seen at the terminus of route 3 at Mosspark. This was the last of six Coronation Mark Is built at Coplawhill in 1954 which seated 38/26 and which were mounted on ex-Liverpool E.M.B. Lightweight bogies acquired in 1948. It entered service on 7th October 1954 and was withdrawn on 26th November 1962. Only two of the six survived until the end, 1393/5/6/7 having been destroyed in the Dalmarnock Depot fire in 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 1960, Mosspark Route 3 Terminus
116. FYS695
After seeing all the ex-GCT Worldmaster buses in Southend, it prompted me to post a poor view of one in Glasgow: LS24, FYS695, in the last few months of service. By this time, the 24 and 30 services were the only ones where the remaining Worldmasters were used due to low bridges. This scene in Burnhouse Street, off Gairbraid Avenue with the conductor guiding the driver to reverse would soon be over. With a running time of about 8 minutes from end to end, service 24 must have been hated by the crews for sheer boredom.
Photo taken 1969?, Burnhouse Street
117. FYS536
Seen at Langside is Glasgow D81, FYS536, a Daimler CVG6 with a Weymann H32/28R body new in 1955.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 1960, Langside, Glasgow
118. FYS541
Weymann H32/28R bodywork was carried by Glasgow D86, FYS541, one of forty-nine Daimler CVG6s new in 1955. The fiftieth one in the batch had been exhibited at the Earls Court Show the previous year and was the first 'tin-front' double-decker in the fleet.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, St Enoch Square
119. FYS647
Glasgow L24, FYS647, and L37, FYS660, seen at Ibrox Garage were Leyland PD2/25s with Alexander H32/28R bodies built on Weymann frames.
Photo taken Friday 8 April 1960, Ibrox Garage
120. FYS68
"Everything under control"? FYS68 was a Thames patrol car used by GCT by inspectors for traffic purposes and is seen here in St Enoch Square.
Photo taken 1950s?, St Enoch Square, Glasgow
121.
Seen here on the pits at Larkfield garage is one of Glasgow's first batch of tin-front Leylands. These comprised, I believe, the only batch of PD2/25s built and were followed by a lot more of the eight foot wide PD2/24 model. I didn't record the identity of this one at the time and it's not possible to identify it now. The batch was L24-48 (FYS 647-671) and they had Alexander H32/28R bodies to Weymann design.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 August 1973, Larkfield Garage, Victoria Road, Glasgow
122. FYS619
Seen at the junction of Bath Street and West Nile Street in Glasgow is Glasgow A313, FYS619, new in 1956, an A.E.C. D2RV6G Regent V with an Alexander/Weymann H32/28R body.
Photo taken Sunday 10 April 1960, Bath Street/West Nile Street, Glasgow
123. FYS672
FYS672, LS1, the first of 30 Leyland Worldmasters for Glasgow Corporation Transport in 1956. They were fitted with GCT (Car works) dual-door bodies seating 40, later converted to front entrance and 44 seats. An official view taken probably near Rouken Glen where many GCT new vehicles were photographed. Several were sold on to Southend and Patons of Renfrew.
Photo taken 1956
124. FYS677
Southend ex-Glasgow Leyland Royal Tiger Worldmaster 210, FYS677
Photo taken Southend Central Station
125. FYS677
Southend ex-Glasgow Leyland Royal Tiger Worldmaster 210, FYS677, minus its badge.
Photo taken Monday 20 March 1972, Church Road, Pier Hill, Southend
126. FYS678
Southend ex-Glasgow Leyland Royal Tiger Worldmaster 211, FYS678, at Bournes Green in April 1966, just after entering service.
Photo taken Sunday 24 April 1966, Bournes Green, Southend
127. FYS679
Southend ex-Glasgow Leyland Royal Tiger Worldmaster 212, FYS679
Photo taken c. 1966/7, Victoria Station, Southend
128. FYS689
Longstaff's of Mirfield XUP507, an Albion Aberdonian MR11L with Plaxton Highway B45F body, new in 1957 to Armstrong's of Ebchester and acquired in 1967. To the left is Joseph Wood of Mirfield FYS689, a Leyland Royal Tiger Worldmaster RT3/1 with Weymann/GCT B44F body, new in 1956 to Glasgow Corporation (LS18, and originally B40D) and acquired in 1965. It was rebodied in 1971 with a Plaxton Panorama Elite C45F body and lasted for many more years, later running for Tower Coaches and disguised with a Leyland Leopard badge.
129. FYS690
Alexander Midland, Falkirk MPF1, FYS690, seen in the garage at Cumbernauld, was a Leyland RT3/1 Worldmaster with a Glasgow Corporation/Weymann B44F body which had been new as Glasgow LS19 in May 1957 and which had been acquired with the business of Carmichael, Glenboig, where it was numbered LW2, in August 1966.
Photo taken Saturday 1 August 1970, Cumbernauld Garage
130. FYS699
Seen on the Hillington Estate is LS28, FYS699, a Leyland RT3/1 Worldmaster with a Weymann/GCT B40D body delivered in 1957 but which entered service in 1958.
Photo taken Monday 11 April 1960, Hillington Estate, Glasgow
131. FYS816
A line-up of Glasgow trolleybuses in the rain. The location is Muirend terminus and the trolley nearest the camera is TB55, FYS816, a BUT9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork which had originally seated 70.
Photo taken c.1966, Muirend Road at Hazelden Gardens, Muirend, Glasgow
132. FYS975
Glasgow D165, FYS975, was an Alexander H33/28R bodied Daimler CVG6 new in 1957.
Photo taken Wednesday 29 July 1959, St Enoch Square
133. SGD167
Tayside Regional Council T2, SGD167, a Daimler CVG6DD built in 1957 with Alexander H33/28R bodywork. New as Glasgow Corporation D183, this had found an extra lease of life as a trainer with Tayside RC.
Photo taken July 1977, Dundee
134.
Coplawhill Car works: in this view, two AEC Regent III /MCCW bodied buses are receiving attention and in the background, there is an Underground carriage (from 1896 probably), some of which were conveyed to the works for body strengthening, the only time they saw daylight in their long service!
Photo taken late 1950s, GCT Car works, Coplawhill, Albert Drive, Glasgow
135. FYS839
Glasgow Trolleybus TB78, FYS839, a 1958 BUT 9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 13 September 2008, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
136. FYS839
Glasgow TB78, FYS839, a 1958 BUT 9613T trolleybus with Crossley H37/34R body.
Photo taken Sunday 25 July 2010, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
137. FYS839
Preserved Glasgow TB78, FYS839, a BUT9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork, peeps out of her shed at Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum. Delivered to the city on 21 February 1958, she entered service on 25 March. She survived until the end of the system, 27 May 1967, and was one of two trolleys (TB123 being the other) to carry 'Last Trolleybus Week' posters.
Photo taken c.2006, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
138. FYS839
Interior shot of Glasgow TB78, FYS839, a 1958 BUT 9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 31 July 2016, Sandtoft
139. FYS868
While her crew are in conversation with an inspector, Glasgow TB107, FYS868, a BUT9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork, basks in the sun at Clarkston terminus prior to a journey to Queen's Cross. The trolleybus was delivered on 25 October 1958 and entered service on 3 November of that year. TB107 survived until the 27 May 1967.
Photo taken c.1966, Mearns Road, Clarkston
140. FYS874
Glasgow TB113, FYS874, stands in dazzling sunshine at the Muirend terminus of service 107 to Maitland Street. She was a BUT9613T with Crossley H37/34R bodywork and was delivered on 24 September 1958 although she didn't enter service until 12 November; she lasted until 27 May 1967, the final day of the system.
Photo taken c.1966, Muirend Road at Hazelden Gardens, Muirend
141. FYS911
Glasgow L83, FYS911, was an Alexander H33/28R bodied Leyland PD2/24 new in 1958.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 1960
142. FYS988
Interior views are rare so included a few which might be of interest. GCT single deck trolleybus TBS13, FYS988, has been placed in store after several years on display at the Museum of Transport.
Photo taken Monday 22 January 1973, Larkfield Bus Works, Glasgow
143. FYS988
Glasgow TBS13, FYS988 now on display at Riverside Museum, Glasgow. Despite publicity surrounding the 50th Anniversary of the city's last trolleybus, little was in evidence inside at Riverside and entry to the vehicle was not permitted.
Photo taken Saturday 27 May 2017, Riverside Museum, Glasgow
144. FYS988
Rear view of Glasgow TBS13, FYS988, a BUT RETB1 with Burlingham B50F body.
Photo taken Sunday 13 August 2017, Riverside Museum, Glasgow
145. FYS994
Glasgow TBS19, FYS994, seen at Paisley Road Toll was a Burlingham B50F bodied B.U.T. RETB1.
Photo taken Monday 11 April 1960, Admiral Street
146. FYS995
Glasgow's batch of ten Leyland-built BUT RETB1s with Burlingham B50F bodies were groundbreakers. Special dispensation was granted by the MoT for these 34'6" long vehicles which were 4'6" longer than that permitted at the time. They spent their entire working life on service 108, the final trolleybus service to be introduced in the city on 15 November 1958. In this poor photograph TBS20, FYS995, stands at Mount Florida, a terminus with three official names, being also known as Ballogie Road and Hampden Park. Delivered on 14 November 1958, she entered service on 1 December and was withdrawn on 3 March 1967.
Photo taken c.1966, Ballogie Road, Mount Florida
147. FYS996
Much has been said recently on the welcome appearance of Glasgow TBS13 in the Riverside Museum. Here is the one that got away. TBS21, FYS996, a BUT RETB1 with Burlingham B50F bodywork built in 1958.
Photo taken Sunday 28 July 1985, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
148. FYS998
Glasgow's first Leyland PDR1/1 Atlantean LA1, FYS998, delivered in 1958 with an Alexander H44/34F body is seen here at Drumoyne.
Photo taken Friday 8 April 1960, Helen Sreet, Drumoyne
149. FYS999
Glasgow triple sourced chassis from Leyland AEC and Daimler in the 1950s. D217 FYS999 is a 1958 Daimler CVD6.30 with Alexander bodywork. New Daimler engined vehicles were rare by the late fifties. This bus is now preserved by the Glasgow vintage vehicle trust.
Photo taken 1989, Harrogate
150. FYS999
Waited years for these two liveries to be photographed side by side and an open day at Glasgow's Knightswood garage (now a housing development) on 2nd July 1994 provided the opportunity. Both buses are well known, Glasgow FYS999 and Halifax BCP671. I wonder if Halifax fans look at GCT buses and think, somethings not quite right.
Photo taken Saturday 2 July 1994, Knightswood Garage
151. SGD112
Glasgow Corporation L210, SGD112, a Leyland Titan PD2/24 with Alexander H33/28R body new in 1958.
Photo taken July 1972, Renfield Street
152. SGD10
In 1959 Glasgow Corporation bought this Leyland Titan PD2/24 with bodywork by the corporation L108, SGD10. In December 1975 it was converted to an open top bus after accident damage and after service with Glasgow Corporation's successors it was sold into preservation in 1989 - around this time it was re-registered HSK953.
Photo taken July 2001, Waverley Bridge, Edinburgh
153. SGD223
Glasgow D240, SGD223, was one of 45 Daimler CVG6s delivered in 1959, with an Alexander H33/28R body and is seen here at the junction of Union Street and Argyle Street.
Photo taken Sunday 12 April 1959, Union Street/Argyle Street
154. SGD249
Glasgow D266, SGD249, was one of the last five Daimler CVD6s delivered to Glasgow in 1959. It had an Alexander H33/28R body and was fitted with a Gardner 6LW engine in May 1969.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 1960, Union Street/Argyle Street
155. SGD250
Glasgow SGD250, D267, a Daimler CVD6 with Alexander H33/28R body starting the long cross city journey from Millerston to Clarkston in August 1971. This was the last Daimler rear entrance bus to enter service with Glasgow Corporation in 1959 and was fitted initially with a Daimler engine and then a Gardner unit. Some of this batch were delivered in the previous green, cream and orange, but Alexanders was instructed to change to the livery shown mid-build.
Photo taken August 1971, Cumbernauld Road, south of Station Road
156. SGD37
Three versions of the Glasgow livery. DUS471 in the orange and green with a thin cream band, L135, SGD37, in the chrome yellow and green with a thin cream band and an unidentified one in the traditional orange/cream/green livery.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 1960
157. SGD37
Glasgow L135 and DR29 are seen on the forecourt of Larkfield garage. L135, SGD37, was a Leyland PD2/24 with a Glasgow CT H33/28R body new in 1959, whilst DR29, DUS470, was a Daimler CWA6, new in 1946 as number 165, with a Brush H30/26R body.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 1960, Larkfield Garage, Glasgow
158. SGD407
Preserved former Glasgow L405, SGD407, a 1960 Leyland PD3/2 with Alexander H72F body
Photo taken Sunday 18 September 2005, Duxford
159. SGD407
Preserved former Glasgow L405, SGD407, a 1960 Leyland PD3/2 with Alexander H72F body. This has just been sold by its current owber but it's not clear where it's off to.
Photo taken Sunday 30 June 2013, Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
160. SGD407
Rear view of preserved former Glasgow L405, SGD407, a 1960 Leyland PD3/2 with Alexander H72F body.
Photo taken Sunday 30 June 2013, Castle Point Transport Museum, Canvey Island
161. SGD500
SGD500, a G.C.T. AEC Regent 2D2RA built 1960 with Alexander 72 seat body. After use as a "mobile display bus" the bus was preserved and is now in the collection of the Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust at the former GCT bus garage at Bridgeton, Glasgow. The bus has been restored to its original GCT livery of yellow and green
Photo taken early 1976, Larkfield Garage, Victoria Rd
162. SGD432
Glasgow Corporation Transport L430, SGD432, a Leyland PD3/2 with Alexander H41/31F body operating from Parkhead Garage on a "special" to Robroyston Hospital.
Photo taken May 1972, Parliamentary Road, Glasgow
163. SGD446
Glasgow bought a large number of front entrance Leylands and AECs with Alexander front entrance bodywork to complete the change from trams to buses. Seen in evening sun in Glasgow is L444, SGD446, a 1961 Leyland Titan PD3/2.
Photo taken Thursday 14 September 1972, Sauchiehall Street
164. SGD528
Independent Coachways of Horsforth, Leeds have only operated one half-cab bus which was SGD528 fleet number 13, a AEC Regent Mk V with Alexander 72 seater body. New to Glasgow Corporation, number A378 in 1961, it passed to Greater Glasgow PTE.
Photo taken Thursday 1 July 1976, Asda Store, Morley, Leeds
165. SGD555
In case anyone thinks that CSMT was the only company to operate buses with bits missing!. GCT A405, SGD555, AEC Regent V/Alexander H72F body was caught in St Vincent Street doing just that.
Photo taken Mar 1971, St Vincent Street
166. SGD580
Glasgow LA2, SGD580, the first of many Leyland Atlanteans with Alexander bodies initially purchased to replace the remaining tram services in 1962. LA2 was the only example where the cream band was extended above the windscreen, but by this time, it had been removed. Service 8 had been operated without conductors from May 1969, from Possilpark Garage.
Photo taken Sunday 7 September 1969, Liddlesdale Road, Milton
167. CYS577B
Since its conception in the sixties, the Glasgow urban motorway network has ben opened in stretches, and one of the most "destructive" sections was at the Charing Cross area. This view from 1971, taken from a then unopened flyover, shows the motorway forging its way towards Charing Cross from St George's Cross, with the complete demolition of one side of St George's Road. LA231, CYS577B, from 1964 is on the long gone service 32, a replacement for tram service 16. While the right hand side of the street remains today, no bus service runs along this road.
Photo taken Aug 1971, above St Georges Road
168. CYS580B
Alexanders of Sheffield CYS580B, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Alexander H44/34F bodywork, formerly Glasgow Corporation LA234, seen parked somewhere north of Barnsley according to the caption on the rear of the print.
Photo taken Saturday 7 June 1980
169. CYS574B
Glasgow Coporation were keen users of Leyland Atlanteans such as LA228, CYS574B, a 1965 example (despite the registration) with Alexander body fitted for one man operation
Photo taken October 1971, John Street/Cochrane Street
170. DGE327C
Passengers waiting on Parliamentary Road are startled as GCT Atlantean LA290, DGE327C, runs past in its new guise as an all-over advert bus.
Photo taken Dec 1972, Parliamentary Road
171. DGE339C
Stevenson of Uttoxeter, 11 DGE339C, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1965 with Alexander A H44/34F bodywork. New as LA302 with Glasgow, this was heading to Uttoxeter via Tutbury when photographed at Burton.
Photo taken November 1977, Burton upon Trent Bus Station
172. KUS590E
Scutt's of Owston Ferry KUS590E, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Alexander H44/34F body, new to Glasgow C.T. as LA335 in 1967.
Photo taken October 1982, Scutt's Garage, Owston Ferry
173. KUS596E
OK Motor Services KUS596E, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1967 with Alexander A H44/34F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1979, North Road, Durham
174. KUS599E
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, KUS599E, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1967 with Alexander A H44/34F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1979, Bishop Auckland Market Place
175. KUS600E
Lockeys of St Helen Auckland, Co. Durham, KUS600E, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 of 1967 with Alexander H44/34F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1980, Bishop Auckland Market Place
176. PYS966G
Any Clyde steamer fans amongst us (and you know who you are) will instantly recognise PS Waverley at Anderston Quay, Glasgow. LA438, PYS966G, GGPTE Atlantean / Alexander from 1968, has unloaded passengers from the shuttle service 99 which met sailings on the Clyde from time to time. The ship now sails from the other bank of the river at the Science Centre further downstream, with no dedicated connecting bus service.
Photo taken Saturday 4 August 1979, Anderston Quay
177. PYS988G
Three Leyland Panthers from the LS34-46 batch for GCT were rebuilt in 1977 by GGPTE as a stop gap until more coaches were delivered for the emerging coach hire section. PYS 988G (ex LS35, C3) and PYS 999G (ex LS46, C2) had 40 seats and retained features of their previous bus existence. They were disposed of in 1981.
Photo taken Friday 22 May 1981, Knightswood Garage
178. PYS988G
GGPTE PYS988G (C3), ex Glasgow LS35.
Photo taken 1978, Glasgow City Chambers, George Sq.
179. PYS990G
Glasgow LS37, PYS990G, was a Leyland PSUR1/1R Panther with an Alexander 'W' B43D body.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970
180. UGA218H
Silver Service (Woolliscroft), Matlock, 60, UGA218H, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 built in 1969 with Alexander J H45/29F bodywork. This had been new as Glasgow LA465 with H45/30D layout.
Photo taken June 1981, Matlock Garage
181. XGA17J
XGA17J, LA519: GCT bought 822 Atlanteans and 16 Leyland Panthers all with Alexander bodies between 1962 and 1973. Representing the intakes around 1970, the fad at the time was for two-door OMO double deckers. The exit doors were seldom used and disliked by crews and passengers and were eventually removed and a bench seat fitted in the space. The orange dot was to indicate that the bus was OMO. "Lazy" destination displays were meant to make the driver's duties easier!
Photo taken November 1971, Cathcart Road, Gushetfaulds
182. FUS164L
Before the wholesale redevelopment of Govan, including a new underground and bus interchange, Greenhaugh Street and Robert Street were terminal points for buses on the long established routes through the south west suburbs. LA644, FUS164L, is seen on the 34 service with its replacement panorama window body, after the original was destroyed by fire in July 1973.
Photo taken Saturday 4 December 1976, Greenhaugh Street, Govan
183. HGD879L
GGPTE LA673, HGD879L, returns to Parkhead Garage after working a football special for Hampden Park.
Photo taken May 1976, Kings Park Drive, Glasgow
184. NGB107M
Recent comments about the effect that de-regulation and privatisation of the bus industry in the UK had, mentioned about co-ordination in the PTE areas. GGPTE introduced a "transrail" travel card in 1976 which could be used on most buses , trains and underground throughout the GGPTE area. LA739, NGB107M, was chosen to promote this ticket.
Photo taken Monday 1 March 1976, Trongate
185. OYS186M
Bee Line 675, OYS186M, a 1973 Leyland Atlantean AN68/1R with Alexander H45/31F body, originally Greater Glasgow PTE LA789. One of the panoramic Glasgow Atlanteans which had arrived at Bee Line via London Country and still carrying the latter's fleetname.
Photo taken Thursday 22 March 1990, Rose Hill, Marple
186. OYS207M
Bee Line 676, OYS207M, a 1973 Leyland Atlantean AN68/1R with Alexander H45/31F body, originally Greater Glasgow PTE LA810.
Photo taken March 1990, Stockport Bus Station
187. XVU337M
GGPTE S4, XVU337M, (Seddon Pennine ex Greater Manchester) seen here at Glasgow's Queen Street Station on the inter-station service.
Photo taken Tuesday 13 March 1979, George Square at North Hanover Street, Glasgow
188. NGB119M
A recent posting about buses being operated abroad prompted Colin Bruce to request a view of GGPTE LA751, NGB119M, which was driven to Hamburg for a "Glasgow Week" in 1974.
Photo taken Tuesday 26 February 1974, Larkfield Bus Works
189. SGA718N
Mentioned in the comments about panorama window Atlanteans were a batch of London Country examples. Here is SGA718N, ex GGPTE LA835 built in 1974 after being overhauled and repainted at the bus works for London Country. Many of these panorama window buses were withdrawn prematurely by GGPTE due to structural problems.
Photo taken Saturday 7 June 1986, Larkfield Bus Works