SCT '61 Photo Index
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A rather dismal Bathgate with Eastern Scottish AA1, NSG778, a Bristol LD6G/ ECW combination from 1956.
Photo taken Mar 1971, Bathgate, West Lothian
(added 24 July 2016)
Gozo Route Bus Y-0815, a Leyland Royal Tiger PSU1/15 built in 1953 with Schembri B40C bodywork from 1973.
Photo taken probably near Victoria bus station, Gozo.
(added 24 July 2016)
Malta Route Bus A-3315, an A E C Swift 4MP2R built in 1970 with Park Royal B46F bodywork.
Photo taken Malta
(added 24 July 2016)
Forest Coachlines, Sydney m/o5152 was a Leyland PSUR1/1R Panther built in 1966 with a Park Royal B41D body and is seen at Roseville.
Photo taken Friday 11 August 1972
(added 24 July 2016)

Gladwin Tours, Middlesbrough, 2, SDC27H, a Bedford VAM70 built in 1970 with Plaxton Panorama Elite C45F bodywork.
Photo taken March 1973, off West Lane, Middlesbrough
(added 23 July 2016)
M A Hargreaves, Morley 111, UJU111H, a Ford R192 built in 1970 with Caetano Cascais C45F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1972, Redcar Racecourse
(added 23 July 2016)
Thomas Ireland & Sons, Lancaster, VBA681 Bedford VAS1 built in 1962 with Plaxton Embassy C29F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1977, Ripon Racecourse
(added 23 July 2016)
Select Coaches, Horden, UPT400E, a Bedford VAM14 built in 1967 with Plaxton Panorama C45F bodywork.
Photo taken May 1972, Redcar Racecourse
(added 23 July 2016)

Austin, Stafford 111, GPM818D was a Ford R226 with a Duple Mariner C52F body new in 1966 which had been acquired in January 1968 from Jenner, Lamberhurst.
Photo taken early 1971, Donnington Garrison Bus Terminus, Wellington Road, Donnington
(added 22 July 2016)
Austin, Stafford 110, FRF547E, a Ford R192 with a Duple Viceroy C45F body was new to him in June 1967.
Photo taken early 1971, Donnington Garrison Bus Terminus, Wellington Road, Donnington
(added 22 July 2016)
Seen at Donnington Garrison Bus Terminus is Jones, Market Drayton 105, CUJ307C, a Bedford SB5 with a Duple Bella Vega C41F body which was acquired in March 1966 from Whittle, Highley to whom it had been new the previous year as number 7.
Photo taken early 1971, Donnington Garrison Bus Terminus, Wellington Road, Donnington
(added 22 July 2016)
Smith, Donnington Wood SAB495F was a Ford R192 with a Duple Viceroy C45F body acquired in April 1970 from Woodstones, Kidderminster.
Photo taken early 1971, Donnington Garrison Bus Terminus, Wellington Road, Donnington
(added 22 July 2016)
Elcock & Prince, Ironbridge UUJ444J, seen at Donnington Garrison Bus Terminus, was a Ford R192 with a Willowbrook DP45F body new in March 1971.
Photo taken early 1971, Donnington Garrison Bus Terminus, Wellington Road, Donnington
(added 22 July 2016)

MRC12, CWG875, an AEC Regent III with Alexander L27/26R body was one of only 20 similar buses built in 1951 and always allocated to Stirlingshire Garages and hence to the Midland fleet after the split up of the W Alexander empire.
Photo taken 1968, Falkirk Bus Station
(added 19 July 2016)
Alexander Midland MPA190, CWG292, a Leyland Tiger PS1 built 1950 with Alexander C35F body at Falkirk Bus Station in 1968.
Photo taken 1968, Falkirk Bus Station
(added 19 July 2016)
A brand new Leyland Leopard, Western SMT 2191, KCS161F, in black and white coach livery stands at St Enoch Square with the railway station canopy above.
Photo taken 1968, St Enoch Square, Glasgow
(added 19 July 2016)
United U118, WHN118, a Bristol LS5G/ECW B45F in Park Road, Whitley Bay on a town service. Nothing remarkable, I know, but only the second bus photograph I ever took with 127 Film and aware that these ladies doing their shopping on and off the bus would be staring out at a school boy "doing what?". The first picture was a Tynemouth Atlantean at St Mary's lighthouse and too poor to admit to!!
Photo taken Friday 13 August 1965, Park View, Whitley Bay
(added 19 July 2016)

Darlington 4, 304VHN, a Daimler CCG5D with a Roe H33/28R body dating from 1964.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2016, Anstey Park, Alton
(added 17 July 2016)
A rear view of Darlington 4, 304VHN, a Daimler CCG5D with a Roe H33/28R body dating from 1964.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2016, Anstey Park, Alton
(added 17 July 2016)
Preserved Burnley, Colne and Nelson Joint Transport Committee 57, PCW957, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/11 with East Lancs B43F body, built in 1963
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2016, Anstey Park, Alton
(added 17 July 2016)
A rear view of preserved Burnley, Colne and Nelson Joint Transport Committee 57, PCW957, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/11 with East Lancs B43F body, built in 1963
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2016, Anstey Park, Alton
(added 17 July 2016)
A rear view of Massey bodied former Southend PD3 341, CJN441C, now based in Worthing and still carrying Fowler's livery.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2016, Anstey Park, Alton
(added 17 July 2016)
Downstairs interior of Massey bodied former Southend PD3 341, CJN441C, showing that although its external appearance has changed, inside it remains much as it was with Southend.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2016, Anstey Park, Alton
(added 17 July 2016)
Upstairs interior of Massey bodied former Southend PD3 341, CJN441C, again showing that inside it remains much as it was with Southend.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2016, Anstey Park, Alton
(added 17 July 2016)
Interior detail of Massey bodied former Southend PD3 341, CJN441C, showing the rear emergency exit.
Photo taken Sunday 17 July 2016, Anstey Park, Alton
(added 17 July 2016)

Ledgard, Armley KUP949 was a Leyland PS1/1 with a Burlingham C35F body which had been new in April 1950 to Iveson, Esh Winning. It passed first to Baxter, Airdrie as number 40 around 1953 and then to Ledgard in February 1957 retaining its Baxter livery for some time as seen here in Saville Street, Leeds.
Photo taken Saturday 8 June 1957, Saville Street, Leeds
(added 16 July 2016)
Great Yarmouth 66, LEX866H, an A E C Swift 2MP2R built in 1970 with Willowbrook B43D bodywork.
Photo taken October 1982, Market Place, Great Yarmouth
(added 16 July 2016)
City of Lancaster 881, 881BTF, a Leyland Titan PD2/41 built in 1957 with East Lancashire H35/28R bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, The Battery, Morecambe
(added 16 July 2016)
Trent RC1803, a 1934 BMMO ON with Duple body, rebodied by Willowbrook and fitted with an AEC 7.7 engine in 1945. Withdrawn in October 1955 and sold to Gleeson, Contractors.
Photo taken early 1950s, Alfreton Bus Station
(added 16 July 2016)

Leeds 133, a Chamberlain still on E.M.B. Pivotal trucks and with an English Electric 46/26 body is seen on the Lowfields Road siding which was installed in 1925 to house the football special trams to Elland Road.
Photo taken Saturday 31 January 1953, Lowfields Road, Leeds
(added 15 July 2016)
Although the Elland Road tram route, number 8, had been withdrawn on 25th June 1955 and replaced by buses, the tracks were kept open for access to the Permanent Way Yard in Lowfields Road which was also used for scrapping trams.
Photo taken Saturday 8 December 1956, Lowfields Road, Leeds
(added 15 July 2016)
Wartime austerity tram 275 is seen in the shortened siding in Lowfields Road on one of the occasions during the Suez crisis when trams were again used for football specials. 275 had been reconstructed during the war from the burnt out Chamberlain 104, with the body being built by the Transport Department at Kirkstall Road works.
Photo taken Saturday 5 January 1957, Lowfields Road, Leeds
(added 15 July 2016)
PA184, CWG286, is a Leyland Tiger PS1/1 with Alexander C35F bodywork which was first registered By Alexander's on 23 June 1950. After 'the split' it became NPA184 in the fleet of Alexander's (Northern).
Photo taken Saturday 26 March 2016, Grand Prix Coaches yard, Main Street, Brough, Cumbria
(added 15 July 2016)
Edinburgh 739, ESG652, was a Guy Arab III with Metro-Cammell B35R body which was new in 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 15 August 2015, SVBM, Lathalmond
(added 15 July 2016)
Rigby Road is the resting place for two of the Massey bodied Leylands between school runs. 70, CTF627B, new to Lytham in 1964 is now preserved.
Photo taken Monday 17 September 1979, Rigby Road, Blackpool
(added 15 July 2016)
Seen abandoned in a field in Wooley Moor, Derbyshire before the area was flooded in 1958 by the Ogston Reservoir, is RB4757, owned by N.F. Fox of Wooley Moor.
Photo taken 1950s, Wooley Moor
(added 15 July 2016)
Carr's of Silksworth YDK795, a Ford Thames Trader 570E built in 1961 with Plaxton Embassy C41F bodywork.
Photo taken Sunday 12 April 1981, opposite Weardale Motor Services garage, Frosterley
(added 15 July 2016)
BTU200B was an A.E.C. 2U3RA Reliance fitted with THE Duple Astrocoach body in C51F form, new in April 1964 to Roberts, Crewe. In July 1964 it passed to Monks, Leigh as seen in this view. (added 15 July 2016)

WG4445, a Leyland TS7 chassis with 1949 Alexander body has had a complicated existence in the Alexander, Lawsons and finally Midland fleets. It was preserved and in 1975 was hired for a wedding in north Glasgow.
Photo taken July 1975, North Glasgow
(added 13 July 2016)
736CVD, a Leyland PD3/2 with Alexander H72F body built 1962, and operated by John Carmichael ("Highland"), Glenboig, one of two Titans tagged on to an order for GCT, of which Stephen Allcroft has recently referred.
Photo taken Sunday 7 October 1973, Larbert Road Garage, Falkirk
(added 13 July 2016)
Trent RC3719, a BMMO DON/Brush body new in 1936 with fleet number 348, renumbered to 519 when rebodied by Willowbrook in 1949, seen here on route to Manchester.
Photo taken 1950s, Derby Bus Station
(added 13 July 2016)
I don't think there is a shot of the superbly restored former Glasgow CT 1928 Leyland TD1 GE2446, with characteristic Leyland open staircase lowbridge body, on SCT61 yet?
Photo taken Sunday 16 August 2015, Lathalmond
(added 13 July 2016)

VVF196, ex- Eastern Counties LKD196, a Bristol LD5G from 1957 shown in a rather gloomy Sauchiehall Street at Elmbank St on a private hire with Silver Fox.
Photo taken Saturday 18 October 1975, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
(added 10 July 2016)
Lowlander Lineup at Inverness Garage of Highland Omnibuses, all ex Western SMT deliveries , BCS257C, the last Lowlander bought by WSMT with Northern Counties body (1965), UCS629 (1963) with Alexander body and TCS151, the prototype LR1 /Alexander (1703) Lowlander, built 1961. Spot the differences!
Photo taken Mar 1973, Inverness Garage
(added 10 July 2016)
W.Alexander (Fife) Ltd FAC19, AXA219A, an AEC Reliance / Alexander C41F at the (now) long demolished Dunfermline bus station.
Photo taken Saturday 15 February 1975, Dunfermline Bus Station
(added 10 July 2016)
Plymouth Citybus preserved Leyland Titan PD2 / Metro Cammell 358, MCO658, has been an open top bus in the fleet for many years, and worn a number of different liveries, but has somehow eluded us on this site.
Photo taken Sunday 10 July 2016, Poole Quay
(added 10 July 2016)

East Midland D134, 134BRR, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with Weymann L39/34F body, new in 1959.
Photo taken 1972, East Midland Mansfield Depot
(added 9 July 2016)
Mansfield District 689, FNN161D, a Bristol Lodekka FLF6G with ECW H38/32F body, new in 1966.
Photo taken 1972, Meden Square, Pleasley, near Mansfield
(added 9 July 2016)
1932 Commer Centaur RB4757 with 1928 Kenning 14 seat dual door body.
Photo taken Monday 4 July 2016, Golcar Transport Collection
(added 9 July 2016)
Rear view of RB4757 a 1932 Commer Centaur with a Kenning 14 seat two door body dating from 1928.
Photo taken Monday 4 July 2016
(added 9 July 2016)

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