SCT '61 Photo Index
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Paton, Renfrew FYS676 was a Leyland RT3/1 Royal Tiger Worldmaster seen here with a Weymann/GCT B44F body. When new in 1956, as Glasgow LS5, it had been B40D, the layout being changed in 1961.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 August 1970, Renfrew Ferry
(added 21 October 2019)
Paton, Renfrew 11, GCS229, was a Leyland PD2/20 with a Northern Counties L27/28R body, seen at Renfrew Ferry.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 August 1970, Renfrew Ferry
(added 21 October 2019)
Paton, Renfrew 22, DCN851, was a Leyland PSUC1/1 Tiger Cub with a Saro B44F body seen at Renfrew Ferry.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 August 1970, Renfrew Ferry
(added 21 October 2019)
Paton, Renfrew 8, BCK434, acquired in April 1967, was a 1946 Leyland PD1A chassis which had been fitted with a Burlingham L27/26RD body in July 1955, replacing the original Brush L27/26R body which it carried when it entered service in August 1947.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 August 1970, Renfrew Ferry
(added 21 October 2019)
Paton, Renfrew 2, FDJ832, was a Leyland PD2/20 with a Weymann H33/28R body, new in November 1956 as St. Helens G132, and was seen at Renfrew Ferry.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 August 1970, Renfrew Ferry
(added 21 October 2019)
Cunningham, Elderslie 51 HCS998, was a Leyland PD2/20 with a Northern Counties L31/28R body. Seen at Renfrew Ferry, it had been new as Western S.M.T., Kilmarnock 1219 in 1956.
Photo taken Tuesday 4 August 1970, Renfrew Ferry
(added 21 October 2019)

Portsmouth 171, CTP151, the first of nine new in 1944, was a Daimler CWA6 with a Duple H30/26R body which was replaced in 1955 with a Crossley H30/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 19 August 1962, Canoe Lake, Esplanade, Southsea
(added 20 October 2019)
Portsmouth 179, CTP180, the last of nine new in 1944, was a Daimler CWA6 with a Duple H30/26R body which was replaced in 1955 with a Crossley H30/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 19 August 1962, Canoe Lake, Esplanade, Southsea
(added 20 October 2019)
Portsmouth 39, EBK576, one of twenty-five delivered in 1949, was a Crossley DD42/7T with a Crossley H28/24R body.
Photo taken Sunday 19 August 1962, Clarence Pier, Southsea
(added 20 October 2019)
Portsmouth 32, EBK569, one of twenty-five delivered in 1949, was a Crossley DD42/7T with a Crossley H28/24R body.
Photo taken Sunday 19 August 1962, Clarence Pier, Southsea
(added 20 October 2019)
Portsmouth 12, EBK24, was one of six delivered in 1948, and was a Crossley DD42/5T with a Reading H26/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 19 August 1962, Clarence Pier, Southsea
(added 20 October 2019)

Central S.M.T., Motherwell L533, GM7733, a Leyland PD2/20 with an Alexander L31/28R body, new in 1959 and withdrawn in 1971, is seen in the East Kilbride garage yard.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, East Kilbride Garage Yard
(added 19 October 2019)
Central S.M.T., Motherwell L547, GM8047, was a Leyland PD2/20 with a Northern Counties L31/28R body which was new in 1956 and which was withdrawn in 1971, passing to Dunsmore (dealer), Larkhall.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, East Kilbride Garage Yard
(added 19 October 2019)
Central S.M.T., Motherwell S24, BVD943, was the third of four Leyland PS1s with Alexander C35F bodies new in 1948 as T147. It was withdrawn from passenger service in 1962 and converted to Service Vehicle S24 as seen here in the yard at East Kilbride garage.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, East Kilbride Garage Yard
(added 19 October 2019)
Central S.M.T., Motherwell T92, OGM292H, a Leyland PSU3/1R Leopard with an Alexander B53F body, was one of twenty which were new in 1969. It was seen at East Kilbride.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, Churchill Avenue, East Kilbride
(added 19 October 2019)
Central S.M.T., Motherwell L498, GM7698, a Leyland PD2/20 with a Northern Counties L31/28R body, seen at East Kilbride, had been new in 1956 and was withdrawn in 1971, after which it passed to Gray (dealer), Braidwood.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, Churchill Avenue, East Kilbride
(added 19 October 2019)

Portsmouth 18, TTP992, one of ten Leyland PSUC1/1 Tiger Cubs with Weymann B34D + 26 bodies new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 19 August 1962, Canoe Lake, Esplanade, Southsea
(added 18 October 2019)
Portsmouth 23, TTP997, one of ten Leyland PSUC1/1 Tiger Cubs with Weymann B34D + 26 bodies new in 1959.
Photo taken Sunday 19 August 1962, Canoe Lake, Esplanade, Southsea
(added 18 October 2019)
Portsmouth 140, YBK140, was a Leyland L1 Leopard with a Weymann B42D + 16 body, one of twelve new in 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 19 August 1962, Clarence Pier, Southsea
(added 18 October 2019)
Portsmouth 134, YBK134, was a Leyland L1 Leopard with a Weymann B42D + 16 body, one of twelve new in 1961.
Photo taken Sunday 19 August 1962, Clarence Pier, Southsea
(added 18 October 2019)

Hebble 351, DJX351D, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Northern Counties H44/31F body, new in 1966.
Photo taken 1966, High Street, Queensbury, Bradford
(added 17 October 2019)
Stevenson, Spath RVM37 was a Daimler D650HS Freeline with a Duple Elizabethan C41C body seen at their garage.
Photo taken Sunday 16 July 1967
(added 17 October 2019)
Tailby & George (Blue Bus), Willington DR18, 120JRB, seen at their garage was a Daimler D650HS Freeline with a Burlingham C37F body new in June 1959
Photo taken Sunday 16 July 1967
(added 17 October 2019)
Seen here after withdrawal by Foster, Glastonbury. is VDH740, a Daimler D650HS Freeline with a Duple Elizabethan C41C body, which had been new in July 1955 to Central, Walsall.
Photo taken Tuesday 27 July 1971
(added 17 October 2019)
A rear view of PDD472 seen here with Foster, Glastonbury. It was a Daimler D650HS Freeline with a Duple Elizabethan C41C body.
Photo taken Tuesday 27 July 1971
(added 17 October 2019)
I'm still trying to find out the history of Silver Service 14. SCT61 has photos of it with Woolliscroft in 1969 (here). Then it disappears until 1976, when it is seen in the yard of Continental Pioneer Services, Richmond, Surrey, still in silver/blue colours.
Photo taken Sunday 26 June 1988, North Weald Rally
(added 17 October 2019)
LRA907, the radiator and what looks like a new chrome surround are inside the bus, seats are red and beige. Would they have been replaced? Although repanelled, I don't think there has been any work done on the bus for a long time.
Photo taken Monday 3 June 2019, Blaenporth, West Wales
(added 17 October 2019)
EDV555D is a Western National SUL4A which has been fully restored and was back on the road in May 2019. It was new in 1966 and withdrawn in 1979. It is a B36F with ECW body.
Photo taken Saturday 21 September 2019, Kingsbridge
(added 17 October 2019)
HOD66 is Western National 2015, one of 20 lightweight single deck buses built by Beadle of Dartford in 1949. It operated for 9 years in South Devon and was withdrawn in 1958.
Photo taken Friday 20 September 2019, private site near Loddiswell
(added 17 October 2019)
This wartime Bristol K5G was first licensed in March 1941. FTA634 joined the Western National
Photo taken Friday 20 September 2019, private site in Devon
(added 17 October 2019)

LGA405, seen with A.E. Gillard, Normanton, was a Daimler D650HS Freeline with a Duple Coronation Ambassador body, new in 1953 to Northern Roadways, Glasgow, when its configuration was C30CT.
Photo taken Saturday 14 February 1959, Millgarth Street Car Park, Leeds
(added 16 October 2019)
Pepper, Thurnscoe 15, LWW571, was a Daimler G6HS Freeline with a Burlingham DP44F body new in October 1952, which is seen here in Barnsley close to the bus station.
Photo taken Saturday 24 August 1963, near Barnsley Bus Station
(added 16 October 2019)
A poor shot of Mansfield, Burling & Welsh (Burwell & District) LCE800, which was a Daimler D650HS Freeline with a Plaxton Venturer II C41C body new in May 1953, seen here in Burwell.
Photo taken Sunday 11 September 1966, Burwell
(added 16 October 2019)
Coventry 403, XRW403, was a Daimler D650HS Freeline with a Willowbrook C41F body new in 1959. It was one of three, 401-403, which were painted in the coach livery of sky blue and cream between 1965/6 and December 1967 when they reverted to standard fleet colours of ivory and red.
Photo taken Sunday 19 March 1967, Coventry
(added 16 October 2019)
Great Yarmouth 24, FEX524, a Daimler G6HS Freeline with a Roe DP43F body, new in January 1962, was seen in Great Yarmouth.
Photo taken Saturday 1 July 1967, Great Yarmouth
(added 16 October 2019)
Great Yarmouth 25, FEX525, a Daimler G6HS Freeline with a Roe DP43F body, new in January 1962, was seen in Great Yarmouth.
Photo taken Saturday 1 July 1967, Great Yarmouth
(added 16 October 2019)

Fully preserved ex-Eastern National Bristol ONO59, back at the pub where it started its world tour in the late 1960s.
Photo taken Wednesday 28 August 2019, The Elms, London Road, Leigh-on-Sea
(added 15 October 2019)

McGill Barrhead XHS923H was a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with an Alexander H45/30D body seen at McGill's garage at Barrhead.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, Garage, Muriel Street, Barrhead
(added 14 October 2019)
McGill Barrhead CHS721C was a Daimler CRG6 Fleetline with an Alexander H44/34F body seen at the garage in Barrhead.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, Garage, Muriel Street, Barrhead
(added 14 October 2019)
Western S.M.T., Kilmarnock 1217, HCS996, was a Leyland PD2/20 with a Northern Counties L31/28R body, new in 1956 which was withdrawn in 1971.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, Newton Mearns Garage
(added 14 October 2019)
Western S.M.T., Kilmarnock 1429, LCS964, new in 1958, was a Leyland PD3/3 with a Northern Counties L35/32R body and is seen at Newton Mearns garage.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, Newton Mearns Garage
(added 14 October 2019)
Western S.M.T., Kilmarnock 1987, BCS970C, was a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with an Alexander H44/31F body which was seen at Newton Mearns garage.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, Newton Mearns Garage
(added 14 October 2019)

Another of David's Halifax crew photos, radiator leaning on 57, TCP57.
Photo taken Wednesday 10 May 1967, Highroad Well Terminus, Halifax
(added 13 October 2019)
Preserved Massey bodied Southend PD3 315, PHJ954, seen at the Canvey Rally, the first time this bus has been at this event for over 20 years.
Photo taken Sunday 13 October 2019, Canvey Island
(added 13 October 2019)

Southern, Newton Mearns UHS678G was a Bedford VAM70 with a Plaxton Panorama Elite C45F body which was photographed in Barrhead.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, Barrhead
(added 11 October 2019)

Scottish Omnibuses Ltd., Edinburgh YB65, AFS65B, an A.E.C. 4MU3RA Reliance with an Alexander C45F body, was the last of five delivered in 1964 and was seen in Glasgow.
Photo taken Sunday 2 August 1970, Killermont Street, Glasgow
(added 10 October 2019)
Acquired in August 1966 from Carmichael (Highland), Glenboig, Alexander Midland, Falkirk MNL20, OVD947, was an Albion MR11 Aberdonian with a Plaxton Consort C41F body, new to Carmichael in June 1957 which was seen in Glasgow.
Photo taken Sunday 2 August 1970, Killermont Street, Glasgow
(added 10 October 2019)
Alexander Midland, Falkirk MRB247, RMS679, was a Leyland PD3/3C with an Alexander L35/32R body new in February 1961 as RB247 to Alexander, Falkirk. It passed in June to Alexander Midland and received the 'M' prefix to the fleet number in 1962.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, Killermont Street, Glasgow
(added 10 October 2019)
Alexander Midland, Falkirk MPD236, TWG590, was a Leyland PSUC1/2 Tiger Cub with an Alexander C41F body which had been new in August 1962.
Photo taken Monday 3 August 1970, Killermont Street, Glasgow
(added 10 October 2019)

Alexander Midland, Falkirk MAC36, FWG40, an AEC MC3RV Monocoach with a Park Royal B45F body. It was new in January 1955 as AC36 to Alexander, Falkirk, becoming Alexander Midland MAC36 in May 1961, although the 'M'prefix was not applied until 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 1 August 1970, Milngavie Garage
(added 9 October 2019)

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