SCT '61 Photo Index
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An interesting shot taken at Bramley Town End showing austerity tram 275 using the crossover to return to Corn Exchange. The driver of Horsfield 179 at the inbound stop is preparing to lift a pram on to the front platform whilst on the right can be seen the small waiting room and also the exit from Bramley Garage.
Photo taken Bramley Town End
(added 1 March 2021)
Seen loading at the stop in Swinegate on the final day of operation of the services from there to Middleton and Belle Isle, is Middleton bogie 265.
Photo taken Saturday 21 July 1956, Swinegate, Leeds
(added 1 March 2021)
Two Horsfield trams, 187 and 247, prepare to load in Sovereign Street on the special service operated from there to Elland Road for football matches, which had, in earlier times, been operated as extras to the through Meanwood - Elland Road service.
Photo taken Saturday 8 December 1956, Sovereign Street, Leeds
(added 1 March 2021)
Seen on a snowy day climbing through Middleton Woods is Middleton bogie 268. It was the last of the class to remain in service, being withdrawn on 27th September 1957, some nine months after the withdrawal of the previous one, 262.
Photo taken Sunday 24 February 1957, Middleton Woods, Leeds
(added 1 March 2021)
Seen, in apparent open country, waiting for the previous tram to depart from the Templenewsam terminus, so that can take its turn to reverse, is Middleton bogie 268, with a correctly set destination display for the return trip.
Photo taken Sunday 28 April 1957, Templenewsam, Leeds
(added 1 March 2021)
Horsfield 191 descends Lower Briggate on its way to Dewsbury Road. It was one of 100 built by Brush, entering service on 3rd July 1931 and remained in service until the final day of Leeds trams, 7th November 1959.
Photo taken Saturday 11 May 1957, Lower Briggate, Leeds
(added 1 March 2021)

Lancashire United Transport 356, WTD689H, a Seddon Pennine RU with Plaxton B40D body, new in 1970.
Photo taken late 1974/early 1975, LUT depot, Howe Bridge, Atherton
(added 28 February 2021)
Mercifully, from West Midlands P.T.E.'s point of view, not all the vehicles it received from Midland Red in December 1973 were Midland Red built. JHA73E was a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Alexander H44/33F body, new to Midland Red in June 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 31 August 1974, Dudley Street, Birmingham City Centre
(added 28 February 2021)
By the end of August 1974, when this photograph was taken just outside Birmingham's Bull Ring Bus Station, former Midland Red D9 EHA417D had been repainted into West Midland P.T.E. livery.
Photo taken Saturday 31 August 1974, Birmingham City Centre
(added 28 February 2021)

Alexander’s (Midland) MPD174, OMS250, was a Leyland PSUC1/2 with Alexander C41F body. Entering service in July 1960, it was withdrawn late in 1975.
Photo taken 1967, Killermont Street, Glasgow
(added 27 February 2021)
Alexander’s (Midland) MRB195, KWG656, was a Leyland PD3/3 with Alexander L35/32R body. It was new on 16 July 1958 and gave good service until being sold in June 1974.
Photo taken 1969, Killermont Street, Glasgow
(added 27 February 2021)
Alexander’s (Midland) MRE16 (TWG567) was one of the company’s first batch of Albion Lowlanders delivered in January 1963.
Photo taken 1969, Killermont Street, Glasgow
(added 27 February 2021)
KGK41 was a Mercedes
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 27 February 2021)
KAP997 was a Morris 701 with a locally built B23F body, new in July 1959 as Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) 70.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 27 February 2021)
Weardale MS JJP502, a Leyland Titan PD2A/27 built in 1962 with Massey H37/27F bodywork, taken at many years ago. New as Wigan 35.
Photo taken Frosterley Depot
(added 27 February 2021)
Stanhope MS YUP6, a Leyland Titan PD2/10 built in 1958 with Roe bodywork, taken many years ago.
Photo taken Frosterley Depot
(added 27 February 2021)

Feltham 579, built by the Union Construction Company, Feltham, Middlesex on E.M. B. Maximum Traction bogies, and still with the original three piece windscreens, is seen picking up passengers at the stop in Wellington Road having just crossed Wellington Bridge and passed the turning to Armley Road, which is between the two buildings which are partially obscured by the tram.
Photo taken Monday 24 October 1955, Wellington Road, Leeds
(added 25 February 2021)
Horsfield 209, seen here in Vicar Lane en-route to Lawnswood was, for some unknown reason, being diverted from its normal route via New Briggate and Briggate to travel via Vicar Lane, New Market Street and Duncan Street to join its normal route in Boar Lane.
Photo taken Sunday 20 November 1955, Vicar Lane, Leeds
(added 25 February 2021)
Feltham 566, in the fully lined-out livery, is seen in Wellington Street showing Ciity Square as its destination.
Photo taken Sunday 4 March 1956, Wellington Street, Leeds
(added 25 February 2021)

Silver Star 332NKT, a 1961 AEC Reliance 2MU3RV with Weymann bodywork originally Maidstone & District.
Photo taken Friday 20 February 1981, Rhosgadfan, near depot
(added 23 February 2021)
Silver Star 340NKT, a 1961 AEC Reliance 2MU3RV with Weymann bodywork originally Maidstone & District
Photo taken Saturday 8 September 1984, Cesarea
(added 23 February 2021)
Silver Star. Rhosgadfan BVL49C, a 1965 Bristol MW with ECW bodywork formerly Lincolnshire 2262.
Photo taken Monday 2 July 1979, Castle Hill, Caernarfon
(added 23 February 2021)
Whiteway, Waenfawr ELU509C, a 1965 Bedford SB13 with Duple C41F bodywork formerly with Grey-Green
Photo taken Thursday 29 July 1982, Llanberis
(added 23 February 2021)
Silver Star, Rhosgadfan EOR415D, a 1966 Bedford VAM14 with Strachans B46F bodywork formerly with King Alfred, Winchester
Photo taken Friday 27 August 1976, Caernarfon
(added 23 February 2021)
Silver Star GTX361N, a 1975 Bristol RESL6G with ECW B47F bodywork originally Rhymney Valley 58
Photo taken Friday 7 July 1995, Penygroes
(added 23 February 2021)

Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) 59, KAL464, was a Guy Arab LUF with a Weymann B55F body.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 20 February 2021)
Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) G63, KAJ571, was a Guy Arab LUF with a Weymann B55F body new in November 1956.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 20 February 2021)
Kenya Bus Services, Nairobi 174, KFJ170, was a Guy Arab LUF with a Weymann B55F body new in November 1956. It was transferred to Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) in 1959 or in September 1961 depending on which page in the fleet list you consult.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 20 February 2021)

WYPTE (Calderdale District) 3237, PJX237, a Leyland Leopard L1 with Weymann B42F body, new to Halifax JOC (237) in 1962.
Photo taken August 1974, Rochdale Road, Greetland
(added 18 February 2021)
WYPTE (Calderdale District) 3230, PJX38, a Leyland Leopard L1 with Weymann B42F body, new to Halifax Corporation (38) in 1962 and transferred to the JOC in 1971.
Photo taken August 1974, Rochdale Road, Greetland
(added 18 February 2021)
Blackpool Standard tram 40 is seen on its way from Rigby Road to Squires Gate on an L.R.T.L. tour of the system.
Photo taken Sunday 7 April 1957, Lytham Road, Blackpool
(added 18 February 2021)

Seen in York Road, inbound and approaching the junction with Marsh Lane is Feltham 525 which had entered service in Leeds on 6th March 1951 and which was withdrawn on 6th November 1959 and broken up in Swinegate depot on 10th December by J.W. Hinchliffe Ltd (scrap merchants), Leeds.
Photo taken Saturday 29 October 1955, York Road, Leeds
(added 16 February 2021)
Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) L3, KBN377, new in April 1953, was a Leyland OPSU3/3 Royal Tiger with a Duple B50D body.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 16 February 2021)
KBN380 was Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) L4, and was a Leyland OPSU3/3 Royal Tiger with a Duple B50D body, the last of four new in April 1953.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 16 February 2021)
Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) L6, KBK472, a Leyland OPSU3/3 Royal Tiger with a Duple B50D body had been new in November 1952 as Kenya Bus Services, Nairobi 131, and was transferred to Mombasa in January 1954.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 16 February 2021)

Weardale MS GUP6H, a Leyland Atlantean PDR2/1 built in 1969/70 with Roe H45/33D bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 12 April 1981, Stanhope
(added 15 February 2021)
Weardale MS KUP6J, a Leyland Leopard PSU3A/4R built in 1970 with Plaxton Panorama Elite C53F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1974, off Rectory Lane, Guisborough
(added 15 February 2021)
Halifax No.69, DCP69D, turning at Boothtown, a Leyland PD2/37 with Weymann H36/28F body, new in 1966.
Photo taken Autumn 1966, Boothtown, Halifax
(added 15 February 2021)
Alexander’s (Midland) MRA30, AWG368, was a Leyland PD1 with Alexander L27/26R body, new on 1 March 1948. It was withdrawn in 1968 and sold, minus its engine, to Smith (dealer) in October of that year.
Photo taken 1967, Germiston Street, Glasgow
(added 15 February 2021)
Alexander’s (Midland) MPE63, DMS349C, of Stepps depot has arrived in Glasgow from Stirling and was standing in the parking area off Killermont Street to await its next trip.
Photo taken 1967, Killermont Street, Glasgow
(added 15 February 2021)
Alexander’s (Midland) MRF25, KWG355F, was a Daimler CRG6LX with Alexander H44/31F body, new in July 1967.
Photo taken 1969, Killermont Street, Glasgow
(added 15 February 2021)
KAJ573 was Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) D66, and was a Guy Arab IV with a Park Royal H37/33R body, new in December 1956, one of four new between November 1956 and February 1958.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 15 February 2021)
KAG209 was D61 in the fleet of Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) and was a Guy Arab IV with a Park Royal body new in January 1956. When new it seated H33/28R but was later altered to H33/31R.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 15 February 2021)
KAM570 was Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) D69, with a Park Royal H33/28R body acquired in March 1957 from Kampala & District 4, UFS164, to whom it had been new in December 1955.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 15 February 2021)

West Hartlepool Corporation 30, CEF30C, a Leyland Leopard L1 built in 1965 with Strachan B45D bodywork.
Photo taken April 1967, Lynn Street, West Hartlepool
(added 13 February 2021)
West Hartlepool Corporation 34, EEF34D, a Leyland Leopard L1 built in 1966/7 with ECW B42D bodywork.
Photo taken April 1967, Lynn Street, West Hartlepool
(added 13 February 2021)

Warrington Corporation 15, AED30C, a Leyland Titan PD2/40 built in 1965 with East Lancashire H37/28R bodywork.
Photo taken October 1970, Buttermarket Street, Warrington
(added 11 February 2021)

Western National 1936, VDV753, a Bristol Lodekka LDL6G built in 1957 with ECW O37/33RD bodywork.
Photo taken June 1974, Penzance Bus Station
(added 10 February 2021)
Western National 1062, ATA162L, a Bristol VRTSL6G built in 1972 with ECW H43/34F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1977, The Strand, Barnstaple
(added 10 February 2021)
Kenya Bus Services (Mombasa) 40, A6818, was a Guy Arab III with a Duple B40D body new in July 1949, one of five delivered in July/August 1949.
Photo taken Monday 1 August 1960, Mombasa
(added 10 February 2021)

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