SCT '61 Photo Index
Huddersfield Corporation
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1.
The former Huddersfield Corporation tram shelter that has recently been fully restored and returned to its site at Edgerton Road (Imperial Road).
Photo taken August 2014, Edgerton Road (Imperial Road farestage)
2.
Another view of the recently restored former tram shelter at Edgerton Road (Imperial Road), Huddersfield.
Photo taken August 2014, Edgerton Road (Imperial Road farestage)
3.
Unidentified ex-Huddersfield trolleybuses/mobile toilets at the Sittingbourne & Kemsley Railway in the late 1960s/early 1970s. These are two of the mobile toilets used on Epsom Downs on Derby Day and referred to in the recent messages on Southend 247.
Photo taken c.1970, Sittingbourne & Kemsley Railway
4.
Rear view of unidentified ex-Huddersfield trolleybus/mobile toilet at the Sittingbourne & Kemsley Railway in the late 1960s/early 1970s.
Photo taken c.1970, Sittingbourne & Kemsley Railway
5. CCX777
Preserved former Huddersfield 217, CCX777, a Daimler CWA6 with Duple L55R body, built to relaxed utility standards in July 1945.
Photo taken Monday 1 January 2007, The Broadway, Winchester
6. CCX777
Rear view of former Huddersfield 217, CCX777, a Daimler CWA6 with Duple L55R body, built to relaxed utility standards in July 1945.
Photo taken Monday 1 January 2007, The Broadway, Winchester
7. CCX777
A second shot of ex-Huddersfield utility Daimler 217, CCX777, pulling away with a heavy load.
Photo taken Monday 1 January 2007, The Broadway, Winchester
8. CCX777
Although with no local connections to the Kingsbridge Running Day, ex-Huddersfield utility Daimler/Duple 217 CCX777 is owned by Quantock Motor Services, so was fairly close to home. It is at the moment masquerading as the very similar LT D130, having been painted in LT livery for a filming job and is seen running down the hill into Kingsbridge from the south.
Photo taken Saturday 21 September 2013, Kingsbridge
9. CCX777
Former Huddersfield 217, CCX777, a Daimler CWA6 with Duple L55R body, built to relaxed utility standards in July 1945, now carrying London Transport livery, loads up with passengers in the bus station. 217 was sold in 1955 to West Bridgeford District Council who operated it for a further 12 years before being rescued for preservation.
Photo taken Wednesday 1 January 2014, Winchester Bus Station
10. CVH741
Ex Huddersfield Corporation Karrier MS2 trolleybus 541, CVH741, with Park Royal H40/30R body new in 1947. Photographed here at the Sandtoft 'Six Wheeler Weekend' event minutes after having been launched into service after a 17 year, 52000 restoration.
Photo taken Sunday 29 August 2010, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
11. DVH114
Willowbrook advertising sent to the Trent Company circa 1949/50 when Derek worked in the Works Office.
Photo taken c.1949
12. ECX175
Huddersfield 575, ECX175, a Sunbeam MS2 with Roe H72R body, on learner duties. New in February 1949 with a Park Royal body, rebodied in 1959, withdrawn from service in January 1965.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Huddersfield Station/St. George's Square
13. ECX188
Huddersfield 588, ECX188, a Sunbeam MS2 with original Park Royal H72R body. New in 1949.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Huddersfield Station/St. George's Square
14. ECX420
In the middle is an AEC Regent III with Northern Coachbuilders L55R body, ECX420, which started life with the Huddersfield Joint Committee and passed in 1963 into the small fleet of Vines of Great Bromley. It was in turn sold later in the year this picture was taken to Silver City of Harlow.
Photo taken Saturday 17 April 1965, Colchester Bus Station
15. ECX420
Vine of Great Bromley, Essex, ECX420, a former Huddersfield 1949 AEC 'Regent' III with Northern Coachbuilders L29/26R bodywork seen at Hertford bus station in June 1965
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 1965, Hertford Bus Station
16. ECX423
Three former Huddersfield AEC 'Regent' III/Northern Coachbuilders L29/26R of 1949 vintage re-united at the premises of Ponds of Nazeing, Essex in June 1965. ECX423 (left) and ECX422 (right) are in the Ponds fleet and retain Huddersfield's red livery while ECX420 (centre) in the Vine of Great Bromley fleet carried a maroon, grey and cream livery
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 1965, Nazeing, Essex
17. ECX423
Two former Huddersfield AEC Regent IIIs with Northern Coachbuilders L27/28R bodies dating from 1949 seen with Essex operators: smartly turned out ECX420 with Vine's, Gt Bromley with ECX423 of Pond's, Nazeing, in adapted Huddersfield livery. (Pond's also had ECX422).
Photo taken Sunday 13 June 1965
18. ECX425
Huddersfield Corporation Training Bus ECX425, an AEC Regent III 9612E with Northern Coachbuilders L53R body, new to the J.O.C. as 225 in 1949.
Photo taken September 1970, St. George's Square, Huddersfield
19. ECX425
Despite appearances this is actually an AEC Regent III which was new to Huddersfield JOC. in 1949. 225, ECX425, has a lowbridge Northern Coachbulders body and is seen under restoration at Keighley bus museum.
Photo taken Sunday 8 June 2014, Keighley Bus Museum
20. ECX791
Huddersfield Corporation 91, ECX791, was a Daimler CVG6 with a Willowbrook B34R body new in 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 14 July 1957, Upperhead Row Bus Station, Huddersfield
21. FCX295
Huddersfield 595, FCX295, a Sunbeam MS2 with Roe H40/30R body, new in 1950
Photo taken June 1964, outside Yorkshire Traction offices, Lord Street Terminus, Huddersfield
22. FCX805
Huddersfield 605, FCX805, a Sunbeam MS2 with Roe H70R body, new in 1951.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Huddersfield Station/St. George's Square
23. FVH172
Huddersfield Corporation 172, FVH172, an AEC Regent III 9613E with East Lancs. H30/28R body, new to Huddersfield J.O.C. in 1951.
Photo taken Thursday 25 February 1971, Huddersfield Polytechnic
24. FVH172
A rear view of Huddersfield Corporation 172, FVH172, an AEC Regent III 9613E with East Lancs. H30/28R body, new to Huddersfield J.O.C. in 1951.
Photo taken Thursday 25 February 1971, Huddersfield Polytechnic
25. GVH796
Green Bus Company, Rugeley 25, GVH796, a Guy Arab LUF with Park Royal B43F body, new to Huddersfield J.O.C. in 1954.
Photo taken Late 1970, Rugeley Garage
26. GVH796
Huddersfield 6, GVH796, seen in Upperhead Row Bus Station was a Guy Arab UF with a Guy B43F body new in 1954.
Photo taken Friday 16 April 1965, Upperhead Row Bus Station, Huddersfield
27. GVH797
Huddersfield JOC 7, GVH797, was a Guy Arab LUF with a Guy B43F body dating from 1954.
Photo taken 1966, Upperhead Row, Huddersfield
28. HVH239
Huddersfield J.O.C. 239, HVH239, an AEC Regent III 9613E with East Lancashire L30/28R body, new in 1954.
Photo taken August 1970, John William Street, Huddersfield
29. ECX886C
Huddersfield 89, ECX886C, was an AEC Reliance with a Roe body acquired with the Hanson stage carriage business in 1969. The chassis dated originally from 1955 when it carried a Plaxton coach body it was rebuilt with a new bus body in 1965.
Photo taken 1972, St George's Square, Huddersfield
30. JVH373
Preserved former Huddersfield 243, JVH373, an AEC Regent III with East Lancs L30/28R body, new in June 1955.
Photo taken Sunday 26 June 2005, Blackpool
31. JVH373
The very simple fleetname used on Huddersfield JOC vehicles like this on 243 JVH373 a 1955 AEC Regent III with East Lancs lowbridge bodywork
Photo taken Sunday 3 August 2014, Trans-Pennine Rally, Harrogate Stray
32. JVH376
Huddersfield 176, JVH376, was an AEC Regent III with an East Lancs body dating from 1955.
Photo taken 1970, Upperhead Row, Huddersfield
33. JVH378
Huddersfield Joint Omnibus Committee 178, JVH378, a AEC Regent III with East Lancs H33/28R body, new in 1955. Partly visible behind is 16, OCX116, a 1959 AEC Reliance, also with East Lancs body.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Lord Street, Huddersfield
34. JVH378
In contrast with the streamlined livery applied to corporation trolleybuses, the Huddersfield JOC livery for its motor buses was a restrained red and cream. 178, JVH378, a 1955 AEC Regent III with lowbridge East Lancs body would late in its career carry a modified version of the streamlined livery but is restored to original condition as seen here.
Photo taken 1996, Dewsbury Bus Museum
35. JVH378
Until 1962 all motor buses in Hudderfield were Joint Committee vehicles while the trolleybuses were wholly owned by the corporation. This East Lancs bodied AEC Regent III dates from 1955 and was 178, JVH378, in the JOC fleet.
Photo taken Saturday 13 October 2012, Pudsey
36. JVH378
The use of a divided rear platform window was something that had largely disappeared after the Second World War but Huddersfield specified it as late as 1955 on 178, JVH378, an AEC Regent III with East Lancs bodywork
Photo taken Saturday 13 October 2012, Pudsey
37. JVH378
Seen in 1985 is Huddersfield 178, JVH378, a 1955 AEC Regent III with highbridge bodywork. It carries the final Huddersfield livery but is now restored to JOC red livery.
Photo taken August 1985, Wallace Arnold Gelderd Road Depot, Leeds
38. JVH378
As was normal a special bus service was provided from Weybridge to Brooklands for the day and among the fleets of Routemasters in use was Huddersfield 178, JVH378, seen here at Weybridge station on its way to the museum.
Photo taken Sunday 19 April 2015, Weybridge Station
39. JVH380
Huddersfield Corporation 180, JVH380, an AEC Regent III with an East Lancs H33/28R body new in 1955.
Photo taken Sunday 14 July 1957, Huddersfield
40. JVH381
Huddersfield J.O.C. 181, JVH381, an AEC Regent III 9613E with East Lancashire H33/28R body, new in 1955.
Photo taken August 1970, Meltham Mills Road, Meltham, Kirklees
41. KVH219
Huddersfield 619, KVH219, was a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken 1967, New Hey Road, Outlane Terminus, Huddersfield
42. KVH219
A Huddersfield line up at Sandtoft 'Six Wheeler Weekend' event.
Photo taken Sunday 29 August 2010, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
43. KVH219
A view of the rear platform of Huddersfield 619, KVH219, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R bodywork which dates from 1956. All but one of Huddersfield's trolleybuses had this unusual, but pleasing, arrangement.
Photo taken c.2007, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
44. KVH219
Huddersfield 619, KVH219, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken August 1968, St. Thomas Rd, Huddersfield
45. KVH220
Huddersfield 620, KVH220, was a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken 1967, Mitchell Avenue, Waterloo Terminus
46. KVH220
Huddersfield 620, KVH220, was a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken 1967, Lidget Street, Lindley
47. KVH223
Huddersfield 623, KVH223, seen during the last week of trolleybuses in Huddersfield (the system closed on the 13th July 1968). 623 was a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in October 1956.
Photo taken July 1968, Thomas Street, Lindley
48. KVH223
Decorated Huddersfield trolleybus 623, KVH223, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken July 1968, Mitchell Avenue/Peninstone Road, Waterloo
49. KVH223
Huddersfield BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body 623, KVH223.
Photo taken Wednesday 10 July 1968, New Hey Road, Outlane Terminus, Huddersfield
50. KVH223
To complete the story of the last day of Huddersfield trolleybuses, Huddersfield 623, KVH223, enters the workshops at Great Northern Street to have the illuminations removed. It is hauled by tower wagon 9 (MVH388), immaculately presented being Huddersfield, which was a 1958 AEC Mandator with a body and tower by Eagle.
Photo taken Saturday 13 July 1968, Great Northern Street depot, Huddersfield
51. KVH226
Huddersfield 626, KVH226, was a BUT 964T with East Lancashire H40/26R body of 1956.
Photo taken 1967, Waterloo Rise, Waterloo Terminal loop, Huddersfield
52. KVH226
Huddersfield Corporation 626, KVH226, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956, alongside motorbus 429, AVH429B, a Daimler CVG6LX/30 with Roe H39/31F body, new in 1964.
Photo taken June or July 1968, St. George's Square, Huddersfield
53. KVH226
Huddersfield Corporation 626, KVH226, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs. H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken June or July 1968, New Hey Road, Salendine Nook, Huddersfield
54. KVH227
Huddersfield trolleybus 627, KVH227, a BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1956.
Photo taken July 1968, New Hey Road, Salendine Nook
55. KVH229
A heavily loaded Huddersfield trolleybus 629, KVH229, a 1956 BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, about to turn, looking top heavy with enthusiasts during the last week of Huddersfield trolleybuses. On the left is Fleetline 501, OCX501F
Photo taken July 1968, New Hey Road, Outlane Terminus, Huddersfield
56. KVH229
Huddersfield 629, KVH229, at Outlane turning circle on probably the last day. Are the two enthusiasts on the right recognisable as regulars here?
Photo taken July 1968, New Hey Road, Outlane Terminus, Huddersfield
57. KVH229
Huddersfield 629, KVH229 a 1956 BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body.
Photo taken Saturday 13 July 1968, Mitchell Avenue, Waterloo Terminus, Huddersfield
58. KVH229
Being much photographed as the last Huddersfield trolleybus to enter the Longroyd Bridge depot, 629, KVH229, can just be seen through the throng of photographers. As seen already on this site, this bus was uncharacteristically dirty and this has allowed someone to write "Last Trolley" in the dirt below the rear windows.
Photo taken Saturday 13 July 1968, Longroyd Bridge Depot, Huddersfield
59. LVH12
Huddersfield 12, LVH12, a 1956 AEC Reliance with Roe bodywork.
Photo taken 1974, John William Street, Huddersfield
60. MVH388
This AEC Mandator tower wagon, MVH388, was new to Huddersfield in 1958 to service the overhead wiring on the trolley bus system. One of its last duties was to tow the very last trolley bus into the works for its illuminations to be removed.
Photo taken Sunday 7 July 2013, Dalton Lane, Keighley
61. NCX686
Huddersfield 186, NCX686, an AEC D2RA Regent V from 1958 with Roe H37/28R body is seen in the upper half of the Upperhead Row bus station in Huddersfield.
Photo taken Tuesday 17 June 1958, Upperhead Row Bus Station, Huddersfield
62. NCX688
Huddersfield Joint Omnibus Committee was one of a number of Yorkshire operators who specified exposed radiators for their early AEC Regent Vs. 188, NCX688, was a 1958 example with Roe 65 seat bodywork.
Photo taken 1972, Lord Street, Huddersfield
63. PVH931
Huddersfield 631, PVH931, a 1959 Sunbeam S7A trolleybus with East Lancs H40/32R bodywork.
Photo taken Saturday 13 September 2008, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
64. PVH931
Huddersfield trolleybuses 631, 619 and 541 at Sandtoft.
Photo taken Sunday 29 August 2010, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
65. PVH931
Huddersfield 631, PVH931, a Sunbeam S7A dating from 1959 and with East Lancs H40/32R body, stands in glorious sunshine, awaiting time for her official relaunch after the recent refurbishment programme.
Photo taken Saturday 26 July 2014, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
66. PVH931
The high standard of the refurbishment of Huddersfield 631, PVH931, a Sunbeam S7A of 1959 with East Lancs H40/32R body, can be seen in this interior view of the lower deck.
Photo taken Saturday 26 July 2014, Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum
67. PVH932
Huddersfield 632, PVH932, one of Huddersfield's final batch of trolleybuses, a Sunbeam S7 with East Lancs H40/32R body delivered in 1959
Photo taken 1965, Bradley (Leeds Road) Terminus, Huddersfield
68. PVH933
Huddersfield trolleybus 633, PVH933, a Sunbeam S7 with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in November 1959.
Photo taken July 1968, Lidget Street, Lindley, Huddersfield
69. PVH933
Huddersfield Corporaration 633, PVH933, a Sunbeam S7 with East Lancs H40/32R body, new in 1959.
Photo taken June or July 1968, Mitchell Avenue/Waterloo Rise, Waterloo, Huddersfield
70. PVH933
Huddersfield 633, PVH933, was an East Lancs bodied Sunbeam dating from 1959.
Photo taken circa 1965, Leeds Road, Bradley
71. PVH939
Huddersfield 639, PVH939, was an East Lancs H40/32R-bodied Sunbeam S7-MV dating from 1959.
Photo taken 1967, Westgate, Huddersfield
72. PVH939
Huddersfield 639, PVH939, a 1959 Sunbeam S7 with East Lancs H40/32R body.
Photo taken July 1968, New Hey Road, Outlane Terminus, Huddersfield
73. PVH940
Huddersfield 640, PVH940, a Sunbeam S7 trolleybus with H40/32R body, new in 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 13 July 1968, Mitchell Avenue, Waterloo Terminus, Huddersfield
74. PVH990
Huddersfield Joint Omnibus Committee 190, PVH990, a Guy Arab IV with East Lancs H37/28R body, new in 1959
Photo taken Thursday 5 August 1965, Huddersfield (Merton Street) Bus Station
75. PVH991
West Yorkshire PTE 4191, PVH991, a 1959 Guy Arab IV with East Lancs H37/28R body.
Photo taken c. 1975/6, Longroyd Bridge Depot, Huddersfield
76.
Seen in use as a site hut at Beamish Open Air Museum, this Roe bodied Leyland Titan was originally in the Huddersfield fleet. When photographed it was without a registration plate and the headlights and grille had been panelled over making identification difficult.
Photo taken 1986, Beamish Open Air Museum
77. SCX195
Huddersfield JOC AEC Regent V 195, SCX195, an East Lancs bodied example dating from 1961.
Photo taken John William Street, Huddersfield
78. SCX21
Huddersfield 21, SCX21, a Leyland Leopard L1 with Roe B44F bodywork dating from March 1961 running as Metro 4021, is seen in the Bus Starting Centre (that is what it was officially called) in Todmorden in January 1977.
Photo taken Saturday 15 January 1977, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
79. SCX22
Huddersfield JOC 22, SCX22, a Leyland Leopard L1 with Roe bodywork dating from 1961. The bus is seen in use as a film location canteen with Kennedys Film Service of Morley.
Photo taken 1981, Morley, Leeds
80. UCX404
Huddersfield 404, UCX404, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with Roe H39/31F body, new in 1961
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Huddersfield Station/St. George's Square
81. UCX406
Huddersfield Corporation bought their first motor buses for thirty years in 1961 which were Leyland Titan PD3A/2 chassis with Roe bodywork. 406, UCX406, is seen in Huddersfield town centre some ten years later
Photo taken 1972, Upperhead Row, Huddersfield
82. UVH196
WYPTE (Bradford District) 4196, UVH196, an AEC Regent V 2D2RA with Roe H39/31F body, new in 1962 to Huddersfield J.O.C. as 196.
Photo taken summer 1974, Tyersal Lane, Bradford
83. UVH200
Early rationalisation by West Yorkshire PTE saw this Roe bodied AEC Regent V move from Huddersfield were it was in the minority to join many others at work in Bradford Originally 200, UVH200, in Huddersfield's JOC fleet the bus dated from 1962.
Photo taken 1975, Canal Road, Bradford
84. VVH349
Two Huddersfield Corporation vehicles acquired with their takeover of Hanson's stage services in 1969, 69, VVH349 and 82, BCX485B.
Photo taken Manchester Street Bus Park, Huddersfield
85. WVH411
Huddersfield Corporation (as opposed to the Joint Committee) bought their first motor buses as late as 1962 having been an all trolleybus fleet until then. 411, WVH411, is a 1962 Leyland Titan PD3A/2 with Roe front entrance bodywork. The bus is seen after sale to OK Motor Services the well known North East independent.
Photo taken 1979, Bishop Auckland Market Place
86. WVH420
OK Motor Services, Bishop Auckland, WVH420, a Leyland Titan PD3A/2 built in 1962/3 with Roe H39/31F bodywork. Formerly 4420 with Metro Kirklees this had been new as Huddersfield 420.
Photo taken April 1977, Bishop Auckland Market Place
87. ACX323A
Huddersfield 23, ACX323A, one of a pair of Roe B44F bodied AEC Reliances new in December 1963 seen here in Huddersfield.
Photo taken Tuesday 9 April 1974, Market Street, Huddersfield
88. ACX323A
Huddersfield J.O.C. 23, ACX323A, an AEC Reliance 2MU2RA with Roe B44F body, new in 1963. A cold and grey day in Holmfirth Bus Station. The relatively uncommon (for a 1963-built single decker) driver's offside cab door is clearly visible.
Photo taken February 1971, Holmfirth Bus Station
89. WVH424
West Yorkshire PTE 4424, WVH424 a 1963 Leyland PD3A/2 with Roe H39/31F bodywork ex Huddersfield No. 424, making a rather risky looking manoeuvre at Rishworth to work the 12:12 61 back to Halifax.
Photo taken Saturday 2 September 1978, Cunning Corner Inn, Rishworth
90. AVH427B
Huddersfield Corporation 427, AVH427B, a very smart looking Daimler CVG6LX/30 with Roe H39/31F body, new the same year the photo was taken.
Photo taken Thursday 30 July 1964, Huddersfield Station/St. George's Square
91. AVH427B
Huddersfield 427, AVH427B, a 1964 Roe bodied Daimler CVG6LX/30 waits to depart from Halifax on the joint service between the two towns.
Photo taken Tuesday 17 April 1973, Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
92. BCX109B
West Yorkshire PTE (Metro Kirklees) 4109 (BCX109B), a Daimler CVG6 with Roe H37/28F body, new to Huddersfield JOC in 1964 as 109.
Photo taken late 1974, John William Street, Huddersfield
93. BCX485B
Two Huddersfield Corporation vehicles acquired with their takeover of Hanson's stage services in 1969, 69, VVH349 and 82, BCX485B.
Photo taken Manchester Street Bus Park, Huddersfield
94. CCX435B
Huddersfield 435, CCX435B, seen in Crossfield Bus Station in Halifax, was a Daimler CVG6LX-30 with an East Lancs H39/31F body.
Photo taken Monday 17 April 1972, Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
95. DCX112B
Huddersfield Corporation 112, DCX112B, Daimler CVG6LX/Roe
Photo taken 1972, Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
96. EVH122C
West Yorkshire PTE 4122, EVH122C, a 1965 Daimler CVG6LX/30/Roe H70F originally Huddersfield No. 122.
Photo taken Saturday 9 September 1978, Dalton, Black Horse
97. HVH463D
Huddersfield Corporation 463, HVH463D, a 1966 Daimler CVG6LX/30 with East Lancs bodywork, seen here in Wakefield after conversion to a playbus.
Photo taken 1992, Wakefield
98. HVH463D
West Yorkshire PTE 4463, HVH463D, a 1966 Daimler CVG6LX/30 with East Lancs H41/29F bodywork ex-Huddersfield no. 463, about to be the 14:24 11 departure to Huddersfield and Brackenhall.
Photo taken Saturday 9 September 1978, Holme Terminus
99. HVH466D
West Yorkshire PTE (Kirklees District) 4466, HVH466D, a Daimler CVG6LX/30 with Neepsend H41/29F body, new to Huddersfield Corporation as 466 in 1966.
Photo taken Manchester Road, Huddersfield
100. HVH472D
Huddersfield bought Daimler CVGLX/30s with bodywork by both Roe and East Lancs in the nineteen sixties. 472, HVH472D, is an East Lancs example.
Photo taken Sunday 19 September 2010, at Meadowhall, Sheffield
101. HVH472D
Huddersfield Corporation 472, HVH472D, a 1966 Daimler CVGLX/30 with East Lancs H41/29F body.
Photo taken Sunday 11 March 2012, Havelock Street, Ravensthorpe, near Dewsbury Bus Museum
102. HVW472D
A rear view of preserved Huddersfield Corporation Daimler CVG6LX/30 472, HVH472D, an East Lancs bodied bus delivered in 1966
Photo taken Sunday 18 September 2011, at Meadowhall, Sheffield
103.
A Huddersfield Corporation (previously JOC) Neepsend-bodied Leyland Leopard PSU4/2R (either 25 or 26) of 1967. Caught whilst it was taking part in the filming of an episode of the 'Last of the Summer Wine' television series in Holmfirth Bus Station.
Photo taken Late 1973, Holmfirth Bus Station
104. KVH25E
Huddersfield JOC 25, KVH25E, a Leyland Leopard PSU4/2R built in 1967 with Neepsend B44F bodywork.
Photo taken October 1970, Manchester Street Bus Station, Huddersfield
105. KVH473E
Huddersfield Corporation 473, KVH473E, a 1967 Daimler Fleetline with Roe body.
Photo taken 1994, Ludlam Street Depot, Bradford
106. KVH473E
Huddersfield Corporation 473, KVH473E, is a preserved Daimler Fleetline with Roe body dating from 1967. It is seen at the ill-fated and short-lived Transperience Museum in Bradford which had high hopes of being the finest and most comprehensive transport museum in the UK, complete with working trams and trolleybuses. Sadly, it was a victim of misguided optimism and a lack of long-term funding.
Photo taken Saturday 29 March 1997, Transperience Museum, Bradford
107. KVH473E
Huddersfield 473, KVH473E, a Roe bodied Daimler Fleetline of 1967 delivered as a trolleybus replacement vehicle. Seen here after restoration by members of the West Yorkshire Transport Museum Society on the bus park at Ludlam Street depot, Bradford, the WYTM home at that time.
Photo taken October 1984, Ludlam Street Depot, Bradford
108. KVH473E
Huddersfield's first Daimler Fleetlines date from 1967, Roe bodied examples used to close the trolleybus system. This rear view of 473, KVH473E, shows off its rounded dome at the Keighley Bus Museum open day.
Photo taken Sunday 8 June 2014, Keighley Bus Museum
109. KVH475E
Huddersfield 475, KVH475E, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1967 with Roe H44/31F bodywork.
Photo taken October 1970, Manchester Street Bus Station, Huddersfield
110. KVH477E
West Yorkshire PTE 4477, KVH477E, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Roe H44/31F body, new to Huddersfield Corporation as 477 in 1967.
Photo taken June 1983, Great Northern Street Garage, Huddersfield
111. MVH27F
Huddersfield 27, MVH27F, an AEC Swift with Roe B44F body, new in December 1967, followed by an unidentified trolleybus during the last weeks of trolleybus operation in Huddersfield.
Photo taken July 1968, St. George's Square, Huddersfield
112. MVH27F
Huddersfield No.27, MVH27F, and unidentified trolley bus
Photo taken July 1968, St. George's Square, Huddersfield
113. MVH28F
Huddersfield J.O.C. 28, MVH28F, an AEC Swift MP2R with Roe B44F body, new in 1967.
Photo taken June or July 1968, Lord Street, Huddersfield
114. OCX501F
A heavily loaded Huddersfield trolleybus 629, KVH229, a 1956 BUT 9641T with East Lancs H40/32R body, about to turn, looking top heavy with enthusiasts during the last week of Huddersfield trolleybuses. On the left is Fleetline 501, OCX501F
Photo taken July 1968, New Hey Road, Outlane Terminus, Huddersfield
115. OCX493F
West Yorkshire PTE (Kirklees District) 4493, OCX493F, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Roe H44/31F body, new to Huddersfield Corporation as 493 in 1968.
Photo taken John William Street, Huddersfield
116.
An unidentified West Yorkshire PTE (Metro Kirklees) former Huddersfield Corporation Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Roe H45/29D body.
Photo taken late 1974, John William Street, Huddersfield
117. UCX132H
Huddersfield 132, UCX132H, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX built in 1970 with Roe H45/29D bodywork.
Photo taken October 1970, Manchester Street Bus Station, Huddersfield
118. UCX234H
Huddersfield 34, UCX234H, was a new Seddon Pennine RU with a Pennine Coachcraft B43D body dating from 1970.
Photo taken 1970, Upperhead Row, Huddersfield
119. UCX234H
West Yorkshire PTE (Kirklees District) 4034, UCX234H, a Seddon Pennine RU with Pennine B43D body, new to Huddersfield Corporation as 34 in 1970.