SCT '61 Photo Index
Todmorden JOC
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1. GWU11
Barton 1087, SAU199, an AEC Regent III 9613S from 1954 with Park Royal lowbridge bodywork alongside Barton 944, GWU11, a Leyland Titan PD2/1 from 1947 with Leyland lowbridge bodywork.
Photo taken June 1969, Barton's Chilwell Depot
2. GWU12
Municipal Coat of Arms - Todmorden Joint Omnibus Committee on Leyland PD2 GWU12
Photo taken Tuesday 15 April 2014
3. GWU12
Preserved Todmorden 2, GWU12, a Leyland PD2/1 with Leyland L27/26R body, new in 1948. It was withdrawn in 1970.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 2011, Kent Showground, Detling
4. GWU12
Preserved Todmorden 2, GWU12, at Detling, a Leyland PD2/1 with Leyland L27/26R body, new in 1948.
Photo taken Tuesday 15 April 2014, Kent Showground, Detling
5. GWW41
Barton 942, GWW41, was ex-Todmorden 20, an all-Leyland PD2/1 of 1948.
Photo taken March 1972, Mount Street, Nottingham
6. GWW41
Municipal Coat of Arms - the L.M.S. version of the Todmorden Joint Omnibus Committee Coat of Arms on Todmorden GWW41.
Photo taken Sunday 14 September 1958
7. HWY35
Todmorden 14, HWY35, was still displaying the L.M.S. version of the Todmorden Joint Omnibus Committee Coat of Arms when seen in Todmorden, some twenty years after the L.M.S. Railway Company was replaced by British Railways.
Photo taken Friday 2 August 1968, Bus Starting Centre
8. HWY36
Todmorden JOC 18, HWY36, a Leyland Titan PD2/1 with Leyland L27/26R body, new in 1950.
Photo taken Summer 1971, Mankinholes (Cross Lane)
9. HWY36
Todmorden JOC 18, HWY36, is a Leyland Titan PD2/1 with a Leyland L27/26R body dating from 1950. It is seen wearing its (premature) Calderdale number 351.
Photo taken Spring 1971, Millwood Depot, Todmorden
10. HWY36
Todmorden JOC 18, HWY36, a Leyland Titan PD2/1 with Leyland L27/26R body, new in 1950.
Photo taken August 1969, Todmorden Market Ground
11. HWY36
Todmorden JOC 18, HWY36, an all-Leyland PD2/1 with L27/26R body, built in 1950.
Photo taken 1965, Lawkholme Crescent, Keighley
12. HWY36
Todmorden JOC 18, HWY36, at the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway's Toddington station.
Photo taken Sunday 10 July 2016, Toddington, Glos.
13. JWY824
Todmorden JOC 5, JWY824, was one of the 1950 batch of all-Leyland PD2/1s.
Photo taken 1968, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
14. JWY827
Todmorden 34, JWY827, was the last of the large fleet of PD2/1s bought by Todmorden, but was not the last to be withdrawn. It is seen here after withdrawal in the garage being used as something to lean the stock of tyres against.
Photo taken Saturday 3 October 1970, Millwood Garage, Halifax Road
15. KWX17
Municipal Coat of Arms - The British Railways version of the Todmorden Joint Omnibus Committee Coat of Arms on Todmorden KWX17
Photo taken Thursday 10 April 1958
16.
Five assorted Leyland-bodied PD2's of Todmorden J.O.C. on Todmorden Market Ground (the part which other towns would have called a Bus Station !)
Photo taken Saturday 12 June 1971, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
17. KWX12
Todmorden J.O.C. no. 7 (but prematurely renumbered 353 into the Halifax J.O.C. but soon to become Calderdale J.O.C. fleet), KWX12, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 with Leyland L27/26R body, new in 1951.
Photo taken Saturday 12 June 1971, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
18. KWX16
Todmorden 23, KWX16, seen leaving the Cattle Market Bus Station in Burnley was carrying the British Railways version of the Todmorden Joint Omnibus Committee Coat of Arms.
Photo taken Wednesday 22 July 1959, Cattle Market Bus Station, Burnley
19. KWX17
Calderdale JOC 355, KWX17, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 built in 1951 with Leyland L27/26R bodywork.
Photo taken August 1971, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
20. KWX17
Seen in the Cattle Market Bus Station in Burnley is Todmorden Corporation 24, KWX17, a 1951 Leyland PD2/12 with Leyland L27/28R body.
Photo taken Sunday 8 September 1957, Cattle Market Bus Station, Burnley
21. KWX18
Resplendent in its Calderdale livery is ex Todmorden Leyland PD2/12, KWX18, with Leyland L27/26R body now numbered 356 and seen in Todmorden.
Photo taken Monday 17 April 1972, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
22. KWX18
This Leyland Titan PD2/12 with lowbridge Leyland body was new to Todmorden JOC in 1951 being one of the last double deckers bought by them. Indeed they bought no new buses for the next decade switching to Leyland Leopards in 1961. Originally 25, KWX18, in Todmorden's fleet it became 356 in the Calderdale fleet in 1971 when Todmorden became part of the Calderdale JOC.
Photo taken Friday 12 October 1973, parking adjacent to Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
23. KWX18
Calderdale 356, KWX18, a Leyland PD2/12 with Leyland L27/26R body seen leaving Todmorden.
Photo taken Monday 17 April 1972, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
24. KWX19
Still in Tormorden livery but carrying its Calderdale fleet number 357, Leyland L27/26R bodied Leyland PD2/12 KWX19 is seen in Todmorden.
Photo taken Monday 17 April 1972, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
25. KWX19
Calderdale 357 (formerly Todmorden 26), KWX19, was one of their smart Leyland PD2/12s with Leyland L27/26R bodies dating from 1951, still sporting its Todmorden livery and crest.
Photo taken September 1971, Todmorden Bus Starting Centre
26. URR355
Calderdale JOC 339, URR355, was a Leyland Tiger Cub with an MCCW B44F body of 1956, being formerly East Midlands 355.
Photo taken September 1971, Halifax Road, Millwood, Todmorden
27. YAL366
Todmorden JOC 15, YAL366, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/1 with Metro-Cammell B44F body, new to East Midland M.S. (R366) in 1958, and acquired in 1969. Passing to the Calderdale JOC it was immediately withdrawn and passed to Paton's of Renfrew, being withdrawn in 1974 and sold to breaker Dunsmore of Larkhall in 1975.
Photo taken Sunday 25 July 1971, Bacup
28. YAL366
Todmorden J.O.C. 340, YAL366, a 1958 Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/1 with Metro Cammell B44F body. New to East Midland as R366, it was acquired by Todmorden J.O.C. as their 15 in July 1969. It passed to C.J.O.C in September 1971, but was withdrawn the same month, passing to Paton of Renfrew.
Photo taken Saturday 12 June 1971, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
29. 1880WA
Todmorden Joint Omnibus Committee 2, 1880WA, was a 1961 Leyland L1 Leopard with an Eastern Coachworks C41F body acquired in 1970 from Sheffield Joint Omnibus Committee C3080.
Photo taken Monday 19 April 1971, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
30. 634WY
Calderdale 334, 634WY, a Leyland L1 with East Lancs B44F bodywork delivered to Todmorden JOC in April 1961 as their 12. It subsequently became WYPTE 3334.
Photo taken early 1970s, Mankinholes Terminus
31. 634WY
Ex-Calderdale 334, 634WY, a Leyland L1 Leopard with an East Lancs B44F body, new as Todmorden 12 in April 1961, is seen at Todmorden in the bus starting centre. It passed from Todmorden Joint Omnibus Committee to Calderdale Joint Omnibus Committee in September 1971 and to West Yorkshire P.T.E. on 1st April 1974 to become 3334.
Photo taken Wednesday 10 April 1974, the Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
32. 521BWT
This East Lancs bodied Leyland Leopard is seen in Hebden Bridge wearing the third livery of its career. Delivered to Todmorden JOC in 1962 it was 31, 521BWT, in their fleet
Photo taken 1975, New Road, Hebden Bridge
33. 573EYG
Delivered to Todmorden in 1964 as their 37, 573EYG, a 1964 Leyland Leopard L1 with East Lancs body. It is seen in Halifax bus station in Calderdale colours and re-numbered 338.
Photo taken 1972, Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
34. NWW88E
Calderdale 324, NWW88E, was former Todmorden 4, a Leyland Leopard with Willowbrook B43F body dating from 1967.
Photo taken 1971, Bus Starting Point, Todmorden
35. NWW89E
Todmorden 9, NWW89E, a 1967 Leyland Leopard L1 with Willowbrook dual purpose body seating 43.
Photo taken 1994, Ludlam Street Depot, Bradford
36. NWW89E
Calderdale JOC 325, NWW89E, formerly Todmorden JOC 9, a now preserved Willowbrook B45F-bodied Leyland Leopard of 1967, stands at the Acre Mills terminus, Old Town.
Photo taken August, 1971, off Billy Lane, Old Town, Hebden Bridge
37. NWW89E
Todmorden JOC 9, NWW89E, a 1967 Leyland Leopard L1 with a Willowbrook DP43F body
Photo taken Sunday 27 May 2012, Heath Common, Wakefield
38. NWW90E
Former Todmorden JOC 1, NWW90E, a Leyland Leopard with Willowbrook DP45F body is seen in PTE days numbered 3326 at the bus station in its home town.
Photo taken Saturday 12 May 1979, Todmorden
39. NWW90E
WYPTE (Calderdale District) 3326, NWW90E, a Leyland Leopard L1 with Willowbrook DP45F body, new to Todmorden J.O.C. as no. 1 in 1967.
Photo taken 1974, George Street, Halifax
40. NWW91E
Todmorden J.O.C. 10, NWW91E, a Leyland Leopard L1 with Willowbrook DP45F body, new in 1967.
Photo taken July 1970, Shibden Park Lower Car Park, Stump Cross, Halifax
41. BWU688H
Municipal Coat of Arms - Todmorden Joint Omnibus Committee Coat of Arms on Leyland PSU4A/4R BWU688H.
Photo taken Saturday 8 August 1970
42. BWU690H
Metro Calderdale No. 3330, BWU690H, at Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax. It had been new to Todmorden as their 14 in 1969, a Leyland Leopard PSU4A/2R with a 43 seat Pennine body.
Photo taken Aug 1974, Crossfield Bus Station, Halifax
43. BWU690H
WYPTE (Calderdale District) 3330, BWU690H, a Leyland Leopard PSU4A/2R with Pennine B43F body, new to Todmorden JOC (14) in 1969.
Photo taken August 1974, George Street, Halifax
44. BWU691H
Delivered to Todmorden as their 19, this Leyland Leopard PSU4A/2R had a 43 seat Pennine body. In 1971 BWU691H became 332 in the Calderdale JOC fleet and when photograhed in Todmorden it was 3332 in the PTE Metrobus fleet.
Photo taken 1982, Bus Starting Centre, Todmorden
45.
Municipal Coat of Arms - Todmorden Joint Omnibus Committee on Leyland PD2/12 KWX17
Photo taken Monday 19 April 1971