SCT '61 Photo Index
City of Oxford
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1. JO5403
Preserved Oxford AEC Regent JO5403, seen here at Oxford Bus Museum in 2003.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 2003, Oxford Bus Museum
2. JO5403
New to City of Oxford in 1932, JO5403 is an AEC Regent and carries a Brush body. It was withdrawn by COMS in 1951 passing to Provincal (Gosport & Fareham) who converted it to an open topper as seen here.
Photo taken Sunday 18 August 2013, Oxford Bus Museum
3. HFC413
Malta DBY349, an AEC Regal I built in 1939 and rebodied by Barbara in 1960 (no comments please!)
Photo taken Monday 16 May 2011, Valletta, Malta
4. JFC776
Jefferys (Grayshott Coaches), Grayshott JFC776 was an A.E.C. O662 Regal which had been new in 1940 as City of Oxford EB47 with a Weymann B32F body.
Photo taken Sunday 2 May 1965, Liss
5. JWL730
City of Oxford L113, JWL730, a Guy Arab II with Roe L27/28R body new in 1943, seen in King Street, Leeds whilst on loan to Hebble Motor Services.
Photo taken Saturday 26 January 1957, King Street, Leeds
6. LWL306
City of Oxford AEC Regent II H311, LWL306, on Cornmarket Street, Oxford. It carried a Park Royal H30/26R body, new in October 1946.
Photo taken early 1950s, Cornmarket Street, Oxford
7. LWL313
Worth, Enstone acquired LWL313 from City of Oxford in May 1958 and ran it until August 1960. It was an A.E.C. O661 Regent II, one of twenty-one new to Oxford in 1946 with Park Royal H30/26R bodies and is seen on Worth's stand at Gloucester Green, Oxford.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
8. LWL317
New to City of Oxford in 1946, LWL317 was one of twenty-one AEC 0661 Regents with Park Royal H30/26R bodies and had fleet number H322 being renumbered to H856 in October 1952. After withdrawal it passed in April 1958 to Say, Gloucester with whom it is seen here before passing to Marchant, Cheltenham in March 1959. It was sold for scrap in June 1964.
Photo taken Sunday 13 July 1958, Gloucester
9. MWL972
Reliance, Newbury 85, MWL972, was acquired in November 1963 from Smith, Reading.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 1966, Reliance Garage, Newbury
10. MWL978
Reliance, Newbury 86, MWL978, was an A.E.C. O661 Regent with a Weymann H30/26R body which had been new to City of Oxford, and had been acquired in June 1963 from Crump, Pinner and is seen at the Reliance garage.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 1966, Reliance Garage, Newbury
11. MWL982
City of Oxford L124, MWL982 had been new in 1948 as number L348 and was renumbered in October 1952. It was one of five A.E.C. 0961 Regent IIIs (MWL980-984, 09611739-1743) with Northern Coachbuilders L27/28R bodies and is seen here at Gloucester Green, Oxford. A further nine, MWL985-993, with similar bodies were on A.E.C. 9612E Regent IIIs (9612E1744-1752) the batch encompassing the change in chassis designation.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
12. MWL987
Theobalds of Long Melford, Suffolk used deckers on their main service from Sudbury to Glemsford. MWL987 was a 1948 AEC Regent lll (9612A-crash gearbox model) with Northern Coachbuilders lowbridge body, ex City of Oxford 129.
Photo taken Thursday 19 November 1964, Market Hill, Sudbury
13. NFC311
Dating from 1949 when it was number L360, City of Oxford L145, NFC311, which had been renumbered in October 1952 is seen here at Gloucester Green, Oxford and was the first of eleven Northern Coachbuilders L27/26R bodied A.E.C. 9612A Regent IIIs.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
14. NJO703
City of Oxford 703, NJO703, a preserved AEC Regal III from 1949 with Willowbrook DP32F body.
Photo taken c.1975, Southend
15. NJO703
City of Oxford AEC Regal 703, NJO703, has Willowbrook dual purpose 32 seat body and dates from 1949. It carries a reversed cream and maroon livery and is seen at the Oxford Bus Museum.
Photo taken Sunday 18 August 2013, Oxford Bus Museum
16. NJO703
The neat rear end of City of Oxford AEC Regal 703, NJO703. This Willowbrook bodied saloon dates from 1949.
Photo taken Sunday 18 August 2013, Oxford Bus Museum
17. NJO707
City of Oxford 707, NJO707, was an A.E.C. 9621A Regal with a Willowbrook DP32F body.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1961, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
18. NJO709
City of Oxford 709, NJO709, was one of ten A.E.C 9621A Regal IIIs with Willowbrook DP32F bodies new in 1949. It is seen here at Gloucester Green, Oxford.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
19. NWL715
A rear view of City of Oxford L141, NWL715, an A.E.C. 9612A Regent III with an N.C.B. L27/26R body seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station. New in 1949 as L367, it was renumbered in October 1952 to L141.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1961, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
20. NWL715
A broadside view of City of Oxford L141, NWL715, an A.E.C. 9612A Regent III with an N.C.B. L27/26R body seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1961, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
21. OFC383
New in 1949 as number H383 this City of Oxford A.E.C. 9612A Regent III had a Weymann H30/26R body and was one of twenty-three such buses. Renumbered to H882 in October 1952, OFC383 is seen here at Gloucester Green, Oxford.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
22. OFC384
Many City of Oxford Motor Services vehicles found a second career with independent operators. No. 883, OFC384, an AEC Regent III 9612A with Weymann H30/26R body was new in 1949. It went to Taylor, Bicester, before being purchased by Charlton-on-Otmoor Services (G.P. Holder) in April 1967.
Photo taken Monday 29 March 1971, Depot, High Street, Charlton-on-Otmoor
23. OFC390
Smith (t/a Blue Bell), March OFC390 was an A.E.C. 9612A Regent III with a Weymann H30/26R body acquired from City of Oxford Motor Services H889 in February 1962. It was fitted with platform doors when with Smith and was withdrawn in March 1966, passing to Cowley (dealer), Salford.
Photo taken Sunday 20 September 1964, March
24. OFC393
Seen in its guise as a decorated Christmas Special is former City of Oxford 393, OFC393, a 1949
Photo taken Sunday 18 August 2013, Oxford Bus Museum
25. OFC399
City of Oxford 898, OFC399, was an A.E.C. 9612A Regent III with a Weymann H30/26R body seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station in Oxford.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1961, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
26. OFC377
City of Oxford 153, OFC377, was an A.E.C. 9612A Regent III with a Park Royal L26/26R body seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station in Oxford.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1961, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
27. OFC379
Theobald's next ex Oxford purchase was OFC379, a 1950 Regent 9612A but with a Park Royal body. After a quick lick of paint over Oxford's duck egg blue bands it went straight into service, even with advertising applied, and remained thus for about a year. It is seen parked at Glemsford.
Photo taken Saturday 5 June 1965, Glemsford
28. OFC379
Now in smart green & cream livery, 1950 AEC OFC379 is seen passing Theobald's office and garage in Long Melford's main street.
Photo taken Saturday 1 October 1966, Little St. Mary's, Long Melford, Sudbury
29. OFC403
Brown's Blue, Markfield OFC403 was an A.E.C. 9612A Regent III with a Weymann H30/26R body acquired from City of Oxford H902 in December 1960. In March 1963 it passed to McDowall, Glasgow.
Photo taken Saturday 9 February 1963, St Margaret's Bus Station, Leicester
30. OJO725
A rear view of City of Oxford 725, OJO725, an A.E.C. 9621A Regal III, one of nine new in 1950 with Willowbrook B32F bodies seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1961, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
31. OJO728
City of Oxford received nine A.E.C. 9621A Regal IIIs in 1950 and the penultimate one 728, OJO728, with a Willowbrook B32F body is seen here at Gloucester Green, Oxford.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
32. PWL413
Clynnog & Trevor Motors PWL413, an AEC Regent III 9613A with Weymann lowbridge body, new to City of Oxford Motor Services (L166) in 1950 and acquired by C&TM in 1965.
Photo taken Summer 1965, Castle Square, Caernarvon
33. PWL413
Preserved City of Oxford L166, PWL413, an AEC Regent III 9613A with Weymann lowbridge body, new in 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 21 July 2013, Anstey Park, Alton
34. PWL413
Rear view of preserved City of Oxford L166, PWL413, an AEC Regent III 9613A with Weymann lowbridge body, new in 1950.
Photo taken Sunday 21 July 2013, Anstey Park, Alton
35. PWL413
Welsh independent Clynnog & Trevor Motor Co. Ltd of Trevor operated former City of Oxford Motor Services L166, PWL413, an AEC Regent III 9613A with Weymann L27/26R bodywork new in 1950.
Photo taken Tuesday 8 May 1973, Depot, Trefor
36. PWL419
City of Oxford H908, PWL419, was an A.E.C. 9613A Regent III with Weymann H30/26R bodywork, one of ten delivered in 1951. Until October 1952 it had been numbered H419 and is seen here at Gloucester Green, Oxford.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
37. SFC425
Seen at Ashington is Bedlington & District SFC425, an A.E.C. 9613A Regent III with a Weymann H30/26R body, which had been new in April 1952 as City of Oxford H425.
Photo taken Tuesday 29 July 1969, Lintonville Terrace, Ashington
38. SFC432
Delivered in 1952 as H432 and renumbered in October 1952, City of Oxford H921, SFC432, was one of nine Weymann H30/26R bodied A.E.C. 9613A Regent IIIs, a further seven having Park Royal L27/26R bodywork.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
39. SFC438
Park Royal L27/26R bodywork was carried by seven A.E.C. 9613A Regent IIIs new to City of Oxford in 1952 and L438, SFC438, renumbered to L172 in October 1952 was seen at Gloucester Green, Oxford alongside Regal III 709.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
40. SFC607
City of Oxford put into service in 1952 four A.E.C. 9821S Regal IVs with Willowbrook C37C bodies and 607, SFC607, the first of them, is seen at Oxford's Cowley Road garage.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 1966, Cowley Road Garage, Oxford
41. SFC609
A rear view of City of Oxford 609, SFC609, one of four Willowbrook C37C bodied A.E.C. 9821S Regal IVs new in 1952 seen at Victoria Coach Station.
Photo taken Saturday 22 July 1961, London Victoria Coach Station
42. SFC610
City of Oxford 610, SFC610, one of four Willowbrook C37C bodied A.E.C. 9821S Regal IVs new in 1952 seen at Wembley Stadium. They were fitted with red steering wheels to indicate their 8'0" width to the staff.
Photo taken Saturday 13 May 1961, Wembley Stadium
43. SFC610
City of Oxford 610, SFC610, still exists in the care of the Oxford Bus Museum, one of four Willowbrook C37C bodied A.E.C. 9821S Regal IVs new in 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 2 May 2009, Oxford Bus Museum
44. SFC610
A close up of the cast metal fleetname on preserved City of Oxford 610, SFC610, a Willowbrook C37C bodied A.E.C. 9821S Regal IVs new in 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 2 May 2009, Oxford Bus Museum
45. SFC731
City of Oxford 731, SFC731, an A.E.C. 9821S Regal IV with a Willowbrook B42F body new in 1952 seen at Reading Station.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, Reading Station
46. SFC735
City of Oxford 735, SFC735, was an A.E.C. 9821S Regal IV with a Willowbrook B42F body.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1961, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
47. TWL926
City of Oxford H926, TWL926, was an A.E.C. 9613S Regent III with a Park Royal H30/26R body new in 1953 and is seen at Oxford's Cowley Road garage.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 1966, Cowley Road Garage, Oxford
48. TWL928
City of Oxford 928, TWL928, a 1953 AEC Regent III with Park Royal bodywork. This bus is now at the Oxford bus museum.
Photo taken 1981, Harrogate
49. TWL928
This most attractive example of the body builders art is an AEC Regent III of City of Oxford. 928, TWL928, dates from 1953 and carries a Park Royal body which is very reminiscent of the contempory AEC RT of London Transport
Photo taken Sunday 18 August 2013, Oxford Bus Museum
50. TWL928
The upper deck of City of Oxford AEC Regent III 928, TWL928, which dates from 1953
Photo taken Sunday 18 August 2013, Oxford Bus Museum
51. UWL932
New in 1954, City of Oxford H932, UWL932, was an A.E.C. 9613S Regent III with a Park Royal H30/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 1966, Cowley Road Garage, Oxford
52. UWL940
Vagg, Knockin Heath acquired two A.E.C. 9613S Regent IIIs with Weymann H30/26RD bodies from City of Oxford in November 1967 and UWL940, the second of the pair, was seen in Shrewsbury.
Photo taken early 1971, Raven Meadows, Shrewsbury
53. UWL941
Fifteen A.E.C. 9613S Regent IIIs were delivered to City of Oxford in 1954 and H941, UWL941, one of nine with Weymann H30/26R bodies is seen here at Gloucester Green, Oxford. The other six had similar bodies by Park Royal.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
54. WJO184
WJO184 is a 1955 Park Royal L30/26RD bodied AEC Regent Mk.V MD3RV. New to City of Oxford Motor Service, it saw service with Pinnington of Crook, before coming to Armstrong of Westerhope, as depicted here.
Photo taken Tuesday 24 April 1973, Depot, Westerhope
55. WJO184
City of Oxford L184, WJO184, was the middle bus of a trio of AEC Regent V MD3RVs with Park Royal L30/26R or L30/26RD bodies new in 1955 or 1956, the continued use of exposed radiator was quite unusual. It's seen during an enthusiast tour at Frosterley after sale to Pinnington of Crook, Co Durham.
Photo taken Sunday 19 April 1970, Frosterley Inn, Front Street, Frosterley, Co Durham
56. WJO739
City of Oxford 739, WJO739 was an A.E.C. MU3RV Reliance with a Willowbrook B43F body, one of six, WJO736-741, new in 1955. A further three, WJO742-744, were diverted to become Potteries S5624-6 in the livery of Wells Motor Services.
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, City Of Oxford Garage
57. WJO739
City of Oxford 739, WJO739, one of six A.E.C. MU3RV Reliances new in 1955 with Willowbrook B43F bodies is seen at Gloucester Green, Oxford. There were to have been a further three but they were diverted to Potteries Motor Traction as S5624-5626, WJO 742-744, in the livery of Wells Motor Services.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
58. 186AWL
City of Oxford 186, 186AWL, was an A.E.C. MD3RV Regent with a Weymann L30/26R body.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1961, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
59. 191AWL
191AWL is a 1956 Weymann L30/26RD bodied AEC Regent Mk. V MD3RV in the fleet of C.Bannister (Isle Coaches) of Owston Ferry, Lincolnshire. It is seen in the livery of its original owner - City of Oxford Motor Services (No.191). It was operated by Sheffield of Cleethorpes in between.
Photo taken Friday 2 April 1971, Scunthorpe Steelworks
60. 949AFC
Goode's Coaches of Wednesbury 949AFC, an AEC Regent V with Park Royal body, new to City of Oxford MS.
Photo taken late 1970, Green Bus Company Garage, Rugeley
61. WJO183
City of Oxford L183, WJO183, was the first of three Park Royal L30/26R bodied A.E.C. MD3RV Regent Vs new in 1956 and is seen here at Gloucester Green, Oxford.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
62. 194BFC
City of Oxford 194, 194BFC was one of three A.E.C. MD3RV Regent Vs with Weymann L30/28RD bodies new in 1957 seen at the City of Oxford garage.
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, City Of Oxford Garage
63. 195BFC
City of Oxford L195, 195BFC, seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station was the last of three A.E.C. MD3RV Regent Vs with Weymann L30/28RD bodies new in 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 1966, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
64. 953AJO
City of Oxford 953, 953AJO, was an A.E.C. MD3RV Regent V with a Weymann H33/28RD body seen at the City of Oxford garage. It was one of five such buses delivered in 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, City Of Oxford Garage
65. 953AJO
953AJO, an AEC Regent V with Weymann Orion body, new in 1957 to City of Oxford Motor Services as its H953. It is seen here at a rally in Nottingham in 1973 whilst in the ownership of Luxicoaches of Borrowash, Derbyshire.
Photo taken Autumn? 1973, Nottingham
66. 955AJO
City of Oxford H955, 955AJO, seen at The Wharf, Newbury was one of five A.E.C. MD3RV Regent Vs with Weymann H33/28RD bodies new in 1957.
Photo taken Saturday 28 June 1958, The Wharf, Newbury
67. 963AJO
Seen at Oxford's garage at Cowley Road is City of Oxford H963, 963AJO, the last of a batch of eight A.E.C. MD3RV Regent Vs with Park Royal H33/28R bodies new in 1957.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 1966, Cowley Road Garage, Oxford
68. 969CWL
969CWL, an AEC Regent V LD3RA with Weymann Orion H37/28R body, new in 1958 to City of Oxford Motor Services as its H969 and seen here with Leon of Finningley.
Photo taken Autumn 1973, Leon's Depot, Finningley
69. 969CWL
The 1958 deliveries to City of Oxford were split between Weymann (8) and Park Royal (8) and H969, 969CWL, seen here at Gloucester Green, Oxford was one of the Weymann H37/28R bodied A.E.C. LD3RA Regent Vs. Although seating only 65 they were 30' long.
Photo taken Wednesday 20 August 1958, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
70. 969CWL
Leon, Finningley 76, 969CWL, which had been acquired from City of Oxford was an A.E.C. LD3RA Regent V with a Weymann H37/28R body and was seen in Waterdale, Doncaster on its approach to the Glasgow Paddocks Bus Station.
Photo taken Tuesday 11 August 1970, Waterdale, Doncaster
71. 976CWL
The temptation to photograph two adjacent consecutive registrations was too much, resulting in frontal views of 1958 AEC Regents with Park Royal bodies (976CWL and 977CWL), Provincial 68 and 69, which were originally with City of Oxford.
Photo taken Friday 30 July 1971, Gosport Ferry Terminal
72. 197KFC
City of Oxford 197, 197KFC, was one of five A.E.C. MD3RV Regent Vs with East Lancs L30/28RD bodies new in 1960 seen at the City of Oxford garage.
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, City Of Oxford Garage
73. 301KFC
Cobholm Coaches 301KFC, Dennis Loline II / East Lancs H35/28F, seen here on loan to Eastern Counties. Originally City of Oxford 301, new in 1960. Note the route number on the radiator grille!
Photo taken September 1974, off Apsley Road, Great Yarmouth
74. 301KFC
Another shot of Cobholm Coaches 301KFC, ex-City of Oxford Dennis Loline / East Lancs, on loan to ECOC.
Photo taken September 1974, Great Yarmouth
75. 756KFC
Preserved ex-City of Oxford 756, 756KFC, AEC Reliance/Park Royal B44F, new in October 1960
Photo taken Sunday 16 September 2007, Duxford
76. 759KFC
Norfolk's 759KFC, AEC Reliance with Park Royal B44F body, new to City of Oxford as their fleet number 759 in October 1960.
Photo taken October 1974, Colchester Bus Station
77. 984HFC
A rear view of City of Oxford H984, 984HFC, an A.E.C. MD3RV Regent V with a Willowbrook H37/26F body new in 1960 seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1961, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
78. 302KFC
City of Oxford 302, 302KFC was one of five Dennis Loline IIs with East Lancs H35/28F bodies new in 1961 seen at the City of Oxford garage. These were the only Lolines to be fitted with A.E.C. AV470 engines.
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, City Of Oxford Garage
79. 304KFC
City of Oxford sprang a surprise when they switched to Dennis Lolines with East Lancs bodywork in 1961 although the entire batch had AEC engines. 304, 304KFC, recieves attention at the Oxford Bus Museum.
Photo taken Sunday 18 August 2013, Oxford Bus Museum
80. 311MFC
City of Oxford 311, 311MFC, was an A.E.C. 2B3RA Bridgemaster with a Park Royal H43/29F body seen at the City of Oxford garage. It was one of ten delivered in 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, City Of Oxford Garage
81. 324NJO
Sampson, Cheshunt 324NJO was an A.E.C. 2B3RA Bridgemaster with a Park Royal H40/25F body which had been new as City of Oxford 324 in 1962 and was seen arriving at Wembley Stadium.
Photo taken Saturday 5 June 1976, Wembley Stadium
82. 417DHO
City of Oxford 607, 417DHO, was an A.E.C. 2MU3RV Reliance with a Park Royal DP41F body new in 1962, one of eight acquired from Aldershot & District in 1970 seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station in Oxford.
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
83. 774NJO
Clynnog & Trefor 774NJO, a 1962 AEC Reliance with Marshall B53F body new to City Of Oxford as their no. 774.
Photo taken Friday 27 June 1980, Pwhelli
84. 322NJO
From right to left: Premier Travel, Cambridge 322NJO, an AEC/PRV Bridgemaster 2B3RA with H40/25F body, new in 1963 as City of Oxford's 322; Burwell & District 7552MX, an AEC Renown 3B3RA with Park Royal H39/32F body, new in 1962 as an AEC demonstrator; partly visible is Eastern Counties LM621, ENG121C, a Bristol MW5G with ECW B45F body new in 1965.
Photo taken 1971, Drummer Street Bus Station, Cambridge
85. 329RJO
Bedlington & District 329RJO (formerly City of Oxford 329) an AEC Renown 3B3RA with Park Royal H38/27F body, new in 1963.
Photo taken Summer 1977, Lintonville Terrace, Ashington
86. 436GAC
City of Oxford 19, 436GAC, was a Leyland PSU3/3R Leopard with a Duple Northern Alpine Continental C49F body.
Photo taken Saturday 27 July 1974, Semley Place, near London Victoria Coach Station
87. 342TJO
City of Oxford AEC Renown 342, 342TJO, a 1964 model with Park Royal bodywork.
Photo taken 1993, Greenhead Park, Huddersfield
88. AJO616C
The first of four A.E.C. 4MU3RA Reliances with Weymann DP49F bodies and new as City of Oxford 616, AJO616C is seen in Gloucester Green Bus Station in Oxford.
Photo taken Sunday 27 March 1966, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
89. DFC601D
Seen at Victoria Coach Station was City of Oxford 1, originally 601, DFC601D, an A.E.C. 6MU3R Reliance with a Duple Northern Commander II C45F body adapted for one man operation.
Photo taken Saturday 18 May 1974, Victoria Coach Station, London
90. DFC625D
City of Oxford 625, DFC625D, an A.E.C. MP2R Swift with a Willowbrook B53F body seen turning from Buckingham Palace Road into Semley Place as it approaches Victoria Coach Station in London. Eight of these entered service in 1966.
Photo taken Monday 31 May 1971, Semley Place entrance, London Victoria Coach Station
91. FWL371E
City of Oxford 371, FWL371E, a AEC Renown with Northern Counties bodywork seating 65, one of four delivered in August 1967. These were the only short wheelbase Renowns built and were also the final Renown chassis built. 371 is now resident at he Oxford Bus Museum
Photo taken Sunday 18 August 2013, Oxford Bus Museum
92. FWL371E
City of Oxford 371, FWL371E, a AEC Renown with 65 seat Northern Counties bodywork, one of four delivered in August 1967.
Photo taken Sunday 20 July 2014, Anstey Park, Alton
93. GJO634F
City of Oxford 634, GJO634F, was an A.E.C. MP2R Swift, one of five new in 1967 with Marshall B53F bodies, seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station in Oxford.
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
94. KKV800G
City of Oxford 639, KKV800G, the Plaxton Derwent DP53F bodied Daimler Roadliner is seen in Victoria Coach Station. The Daimler SRC6 chassis was built in 1967 for experimental purposes. In 1968 it was fitted with a Perkins V8 engine to replace the Cummins V6 and then bodied and exhibited at the 1968 Commercial Motor Show before being used as a Daimler demonstrator. It was then acquired by City of Oxford in March 1970.
Photo taken Saturday 5 June 1971, London Victoria Coach Station
95.
Alexander bodied Daimler Fleetline, ex City of Oxford, seen in Melbourne registered FFM763.
Photo taken Saturday 23 June 2001, Swanston Street, Melbourne, Australia
96. KFC376H
City Of Oxford Motor Services Daimler Fleetline 376, KFC376G, bodied by Northern Counties (Wigan) and new in 1969.
Photo taken February 1970, Cornmarket Street, Oxford
97.
This Northern Counties bodied Daimler CRG6 Fleetline, AAF149, originated with City of Oxford and is seen here with Giraffe Bus Services in Zambia.
Photo taken September 1982, Zambia
98. OFC901H
City of Oxford 901, OFC901H, was a Bristol VRTSL6G with an Eastern Coachworks H39/31F body seen at Gloucester Green Bus Station in Oxford. It was one of three which had been ordered by Southern Vectis, chassis number VRT/SL2/101
Photo taken Sunday 23 May 1971, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Oxford
99. PJO640J
City of Oxford Daimler Fleetline 640, PJO640J, with Alexander dual entrance body, new in October 1970, front modified by Oxford.
Photo taken July 1976, Oxford Bus Station
100. TJO53K
Bond Bros, Willington, TJO53K, an AEC Reliance 505 6MU4R built in 1971 with Marshall DP49F bodywork.
Photo taken April 1981, Willington
101. WJN368J
Southend 368, WJN368J, one of three Fleetlines (the others were 378 and 380) which went to City of Oxford and seen here in the centre of Oxford on the Park & Ride service in March 1987.
Photo taken Saturday 28 March 1987, Cornmarket Street, Oxford
102. HUD480S
Former City of Oxford 480, HUD480S, a Bristol VR/ECW, is seen operating for The Big Bus Company, Philadelphia with fleet number 330. Prior to this, it saw service with Midland Red (South) and Autobus Galland, Quebec.
Photo taken Monday 16 July 2012, Arch Street, Philadelphia