SCT '61 Photo Index
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Tillings AEC Regal III KLA91, new in 1949, in 1951 ex-Hearn, one of five Tilling Regals rebodied in 1957 by ECW FC24F.
Photo taken Newbridge, Dartmoor
Rear view of Tilling's rebodied Regal LYM729
Photo taken London Kings Cross (??)
Tillings LYM731, which unusually is an AEC Regal IV built in 1952 and rebodied by ECW in 1960.
Photo taken Princes Street, Edinburgh
Tilling Regal LYM729, a 1952 AEC Regal IV with ECW coach body
Photo taken Brentwood Depot
Tilling Regal LYM730, a 1952 AEC Regal IV with ECW coach body
Photo taken London Parliament Square
Tilling LYM731, one of a batch of five AEC Regal IV's from 1952, rebodied by ECW in 1960. It was withdrawn in 1964.
Former Tilling LYM732, an AEC Regal rebodied by ECW in 1960, seen here with Denyers.
Photo taken c. 1971
Tilling LYM732, a 1952 AEC Regal IV with ECW coach body, seen here with its original body. It was rebodied by ECW in 1960.
Photo taken 1954
Tilling MXB733 in very sad condition - this was one of a batch that were rebuilt in 1952 using parts from ex-Bristol Tramways AEC Regals and given a new ECW FC35F body.
Photo taken Sunday 27 April 1975, Prittlewell, Southend
Tilling AEC Regal MXB733, after restoration
Photo taken May 1997, Southend
Eastern National 201, MXB740, a Bristol LL6G with ECW FC35F body from 1952, ex Tillings Transport in 1963, seen on hire to the Royal Mail for Christmas parcel deliveries in Southend.
Photo taken Wednesday 23 December 1964, Liftans Way/Greenways, Southend
Tillings MXB740, a Bristol LL6G with ECW FC35F new in 1952, photographed in Devon in 1956. In 1963 the coach passed to Eastern National.
Photo taken 1956, Devon
MXB741, a Bristol LL6G with ECW FC35F body originally with Tilling (for American Express tours), transferred to Eastern National in 1963 where it was numbered 042, then 202 before being withdrawn in 1965.
Tilling Transport MXB743,a Bristol LL6G with ECW FC35F body new in 1952, carrying Thos Cook & Son nameplate in this photo
Photo taken Northdown Street, London Kings Cross
Eastern National BD205, MXB744, a Bristol LL6G with ECW FC35F body from 1952, ex Tillings Transport in 1961/2. Based in the Brentwood depot, on hire to the Royal Mail for Christmas parcel deliveries in Southend.
Photo taken Wednesday 23 December 1964, Shakespeare Drive/Fairfax Drive, Southend
Super Coaches, Upminster OJJ750, was a Bristol LS6B with an Eastern Coachworks C39F body which had been new in March 1954 to Tillings Transport, London and passed to Super, from Eastern National 369, along with similar OJJ749/OJJ751/OLU752 in February 1966 (OJJ751 in January).
Photo taken February/March 1966, Upminster Road, Hornchurch
Star Tours of Gainsborough OLU754, a Bristol LS6G with E.C.W. C39F body, new to Tilling's Transport in April 1954.
Photo taken Thursday 17 September 1970, Lawn Motor Park, Skegness
Tilling Transport OLU754, a Bristol LS6B with ECW coach body, new in 1954, an 'official' photo either by ECW or Tillings
Tilling Transport VYO765, a Bristol MW6G with ECW coach body, new in 1959
Tilling's Bristol MW6G / ECW C41F VYO767, one of five new in April 1959.
Tilling's Bristol MW6G / ECW C41F VYO767, one of five new in April 1959
Photo taken London Kings Cross
Former Tillings Bristol MW6G / ECW C41F VYO767, one of five new in April 1959, operating the Railair connection between Rochford Station and Southend Airport
Photo taken 1970s, Rochford Station
Tilling's Bristol MW6G / ECW C41F VYO768, one of five new in April 1959.
Eastern National 385, 2BXB, a 1961 MW6G with ECW coach body, originally in the Tilling fleet.
Photo taken Tuesday 9 October 1973, Prittlewell, Southend
Tilling's T1401, 804WVW, a Bristol MW5G new to Eastern National in 1961 and transferred to Tillings in 1965
Photo taken 1965/6, London Kings Cross
Tilling Transport 13DLY, a Bristol MW6G with ECW C34F body, one of a batch of five delivered in May 1962.
Former Tilling Bristol MW 9DLY in National livery
Photo taken 1975, London Victoria Coach Station
Tillings SB13/Duple Northern Firefly 19POO by their depot in King’s Cross. The red fleetnames are unusual.
Photo taken Tilling Depot, London Kings Cross
Tilling's T441, YHK728F, a Bristol RELH new in 1968
Photo taken late 1960s, London Kings Cross
Tillings Travel PL9417, HVW241H. Bristol RELH / Duple, new in August 1970 as Eastern National 417.
Photo taken Saturday 14 July 1973, Prittlewell Garage, Southend