SCT '61 Photo Index
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Bristol Omnibus 7128, 821SHW, a 1963 Bristol FLF6B with ECW H38/32F bodywork
Photo taken Tuesday 30 March 1982, Southmead
(added 23 February 2020)
Bristol Omnibus 7204, DHT784C, a 1965 Bristol FLF6B with ECW H38/32F bodywork
Photo taken Monday 29 March 1982, Filton Church
(added 23 February 2020)
Bristol Omnibus 7235, EHT857C, a 1965 Bristol FLF6G with ECW H38/32F bodywork
Photo taken Monday 29 March 1982, Southmead Road, Bristol
(added 23 February 2020)
Bristol Omnibus 7258, FHY128D, a 1966 Bristol FLF6G with ECW H38/32F bodywork
Photo taken Tuesday 30 March 1982, Durdham Down
(added 23 February 2020)

Bristol Omnibus 1139, UHY634H a 1970 Bristol RELL6L with ECW B44D bodywork and (in larger photo version) 7276, a 1966 Bristol FLF6G with ECW H38/28F bodywork
Photo taken Monday 29 March 1982, Knowle West
(added 22 February 2020)
Bristol Omnibus 1143, UHY638H a 1970 Bristol RELL6L with ECW B44D bodywork
Photo taken Thursday 29 July 1982, Haymarket, Bristol
(added 22 February 2020)
Northern General 4213 KCN240J Bristol RELL6G built in 1971 with ECW B44D bodywork.
Photo taken December 1977, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
(added 22 February 2020)
STG Information and Market Services Ltd, SFS373H, a Bristol REMH6G built in 1970 with Alexander M bodywork.
Photo taken early 1980s?, off Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough
(added 22 February 2020)
Eastern Scottish XA279A, LFS279F, a Bristol REMH6G built in 1968 with Alexander M C42Ft bodywork.
Photo taken October 1977, Dunbar
(added 22 February 2020)
Eastern Scottish YA197H, EWS197D, a Bristol RELH6G built in 1966 with Alexander Y C45F bodywork.
Photo taken August 1972, off Rectory Lane, Guisborough
(added 22 February 2020)
J. Miller & Partners (Contractor), Wakefield TF3559, seen on St. James Street car park in Leeds, was a Leyland TS3 with a 1949 Burlingham B35F body. It had been rebodied whilst with Grange Motor & Cycle Co., Ltd., Grange-over-Sands, to whom it had been new with a Burlingham C30F body in December 1930.
Photo taken Saturday 5 April 1958, St. James Street Car Park, Leeds
(added 22 February 2020)

Hall, Hounslow DGC108H a 1970 AEC 6U3ZR Reliance with Plaxton Panorama Elite C50F body on an Omnibus Touring Circle visit to Coventry & Birmingham seen at the Toddington Services on the M1 Motorway.
Photo taken Sunday 14 June 1970, Toddington Services, M1 Motorway
(added 21 February 2020)

Booth's yard at Rotherham showing the two ex-Douglas Reliances recently mentioned on another thread, with various other Southampton, Nottingham, NBC and London Transport vehicles.
Photo taken Sunday 30 July 1978, Rotherham
(added 20 February 2020)
Cleveland County GNH261F, a Daimler CVG6 built in 1967 with Roe bodywork.
Photo taken April 1988, Gilkes Street / Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough
(added 20 February 2020)

Guernsey Motors 29, 4818, an Albion FT3AB Victor, new in November 1949 with a Heaver B35F body, was acquired in January 1963 from Falla (Paragon), St. Sampson number 7.
Photo taken Saturday 11 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 19 February 2020)
Guernsey Motors 43, 4508, new in June 1948, was an Austin CXB with a Barnard B33F body. One of four such buses, it was withdrawn in September 1969.
Photo taken Saturday 11 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 19 February 2020)
Guernsey Railway Company 75, 16216, was new in May 1965 and was an Albion NS3AN Nimbus with a Reading B35F body.
Photo taken Sunday 12 June 1966, Guernsey
(added 19 February 2020)
Guernsey Railway Company 25, 864, was a Leyland KP3 Cub which, when new, in June 1935 to Collenette (Paragon), St. Sampson, as number 2, had been fitted with a Strachans B29F body.
Photo taken Sunday 12 June 1966, Guernsey
(added 19 February 2020)
Four Albion FT39AN Victors were new to Guernsey Motors in January 1956 and 71, 2027, like the others, had a Heaver B35F body. It was transferred to Guernsey Railway Company in October 1973.
Photo taken Sunday 12 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 19 February 2020)
Guernsey Motors 79, 8229, was the last of four Albion FT39KAN Victors new in 1958. It had a Reading B35F body and was new in March 1958, being transferred to Guernsey Railway Company in October 1973.
Photo taken Sunday 12 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 19 February 2020)

The picture shows the turning arrangements at Thornton with Bardford trolley 704, DKY704, stood with its trolleys down, presumably having failed.
Photo taken c. 1965/6, Thornton
(added 16 February 2020)
Eastbourne Buses 65, LDX75G, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with ECW O43/31F body, new to Ipswich C.T. (75) in 1968 as H43/31F.
Photo taken Summer 1990, approaching Beachy Head, near Eastbourne
(added 16 February 2020)
Eastbourne Buses 66, LDX76G, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 with ECW O43/31F body, new to Ipswich C.T. (76) in 1968 as H43/31F.
Photo taken Summer 1990, Eastbourne Pier, Grand Parade, Eastbourne
(added 16 February 2020)
In the recent postings of Watsons Grey buses on Guernsey it was noticeable that they were all exposed radiator Albions, and it reminded me that I had been given a handful of holiday pictures from a deceased Wimborne Railway Society member which included this example, 3409, with enclosed radiator that doesn't currently appear on the site.
Photo taken Aug 1976, St Peter Port, Guernsey
(added 16 February 2020)
CARRIS (Lisbon) 73 (ID-82-14), a Daimler CVU6LX with UTIC B26T body, new in 1967 with B18T seating.
Photo taken October 1987, Praça da Figueira (?), Lisbon, Portugal
(added 16 February 2020)
CARRIS (Lisbon) 68 (LB-59-38), a Daimler CVU6LX with UTIC B26T body, new in 1967 with B18T seating.
Photo taken October 1987, Praça do Comécio, Lisbon, Portugal
(added 16 February 2020)

Here's a picture of GKV94 - Coventry 94 - on a short run to test everything. Still lots to do before it can leave Quantock Heritage, but what a fantastic restoration they have done.
Photo taken Friday 14 February 2020, near Wiveliscombe, Somerset
(added 15 February 2020)
This photograph was taken during a special event arranged to commemorate the end of Leyland Leopard operation in Halifax. It wasn't quite the end but was done when there were sufficient vehicles to run the tour. This particular vehicle was 1528, GWU528T, new to the Bingley's fleet, by then under West Yorkshire PTE control, but finished in Halifax and by the time of the photograph was in Yorkshire Rider livery. It was a Leyland Leopard PSU3E/4R with Plaxton Supreme C53F body.
Photo taken Sunday 23 April 1995, Scammonden Bridge, Saddleworth Road, Ripponden
(added 15 February 2020)
Guernsey Railway Company 40, 6440, one of three new in March 1951, was an Albion FT39N Victor with a Heaver B35F body, and was withdrawn in September 1974.
Photo taken Saturday 11 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 15 February 2020)
Guernsey Motors 66, 6768, an Albion FT39AN Victor had a Heaver B35F body and was new in April 1955. It was transferred to Guernsey Railway Company in October 1973.
Photo taken Saturday 11 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 15 February 2020)
Guernsey Railway Company 70, 12727, new in April 1963, was an Albion NS3AN Nimbus with a Reading B35F body.
Photo taken Saturday 11 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 15 February 2020)
A second shot of Guernsey Motors 29, 3990, which was one of three Commer Commandos acquired in January 1963, with the business of Falla (Bluebird), Vale, to whom it had been new in 1947 as number 6. It had a Heaver B35F body and was withdrawn in October 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 11 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 15 February 2020)
Guernsey Motors 81, 9437, one of four such buses new in April 1960, was an Albion NS3N Nimbus with a Reading B35F body.
Photo taken Saturday 11 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 15 February 2020)
Guernsey Railway Company 35, 6435, was an Albion FT39N Victor new in March 1950 with a Heaver B35F body. It was withdrawn in September 1973.
Photo taken Saturday 11 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 15 February 2020)

Watson, St. Martin 653 was an Albion PH115 Victor, new in April 1939 with a Heaver B29F body, which was replaced by a Reading FB32F body, and in February 1964 a Perkins P6 engine was fitted.
Photo taken Sunday 12 June 1966, Guernsey
(added 13 February 2020)
WYPTE (Calderdale District) 3098, GJX318F, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LX with Northern Counties H43/32F body, new to Halifax Corporation (98) in 1967.
Photo taken Friday 28 June 1985, Ringstone Reservoir Terminus
(added 13 February 2020)

Chesterfield Transport 107, PNU107K, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1A/1 built in 1971 with Northern Counties H44/28D bodywork.
Photo taken May 1986, Vicar Lane, Chesterfield
(added 12 February 2020)
Chesterfield Transport 114, PNU114K, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1A/1 built in 1971 with Northern Counties H44/28D bodywork.
Photo taken August 1983, Beetwell Street, Chesterfield
(added 12 February 2020)
Chesterfield Transport 120, PNU120K, a Leyland Atlantean PDR1A/1 built in 1972 with Roe H44/29D bodywork.
Photo taken August 1981, Church Way, Chesterfield
(added 12 February 2020)

Ebdon, Sidcup YJU357J was a Leyland PSU3B/4R Leopard with a Duple Viceroy 37 C53F body, new in June 1971, seen near to the Tower of London.
Photo taken Sunday 2 April 1972, Tower of London
(added 10 February 2020)
Ebdon, Sidcup MJH273L was a Leyland PSU5/4R Leopard, new in March 1973, with a Plaxton Panorama Elite III C57F body and was seen arriving at the Council Depot in Craneford Way, Twickenham.
Photo taken Saturday 17 March 1973, Craneford Way, Twickenham
(added 10 February 2020)
Ebdon, Sidcup LJD926K, was a Leyland PSU3B/4R Leopard with a Plaxton Panorama Elite III C53F body. It had been new in May 1972 with a Plaxton Panorama Elite II C53F body (729036), but it had been rebodied in June 1973 with the Panorama Elite III body (733004), as seen here competing in the 1974 British Coach Rally, on Madeira Drive in Brighton.
Photo taken Saturday 20 April 1974, Madeira Drive, Brighton
(added 10 February 2020)
Ebdon, Sidcup MJH275L was a Leyland PSU5/4R Leopard with a Plaxton Panorama Elite III C50F body, new in June 1973, seen at Fleming Way, Crawley at the start of the road run to Brighton of the 1975 British Coach Rally.
Photo taken Saturday 19 April 1975, Fleming Way, Crawley
(added 10 February 2020)
555AVE, which had been new in March 1962 to Kenzie, Shepreth, is seen with Ebdon, Sidcup. It was a Bedford SB5 with a Plaxton Embassy C41F body which had been acquired in June 1975 from Everest & Shipp, Crockenhill, and was seen at Putney Bridge Station on a rail replacement service.
Photo taken Sunday 22 June 1975, Putney Bridge Station, London
(added 10 February 2020)
Ebdon, Sidcup KEV952J was a Ford R192 with a Willowbrook B48F which had been new to Ford, Warley as a demonstrator. It is seen at Putney Bridge Station on a rail replacement service.
Photo taken Sunday 22 June 1975, Putney Bridge Station, London
(added 10 February 2020)
Ebdon, Sidcup GWO8D, a Bristol RELH6G with an Eastern Coachworks C47F body seen in Butterwick, Hammersmith, on a rail replacement service, had been acquired from National Welsh RC7866 in November 1978.
Photo taken Sunday 4 February 1979, Butterwick, Hammersmith
(added 10 February 2020)

Chesterfield Corporation 90, SRB90F, aLeyland Panther PSUR1/1R built in 1968 with Neepsend B49D+18 bodywork.
Photo taken April 1974, Elder Way, Chesterfield
(added 9 February 2020)
Chesterfield Transport 84, SRB84F, a Leyland Panther PSUR1/1R built in 1967 with Neepsend B49D bodywork.
Photo taken August 1981, Knifesmithgate, Chesterfield
(added 9 February 2020)
Chesterfield Transport 12, NAK512H, a Leyland Panther PSUR1A/1R built in 1969 with Marshall B45D bodywork.
Photo taken August 1981, Knifesmithgate, Chesterfield
(added 9 February 2020)
Guernsey Motors 52, 6287, was the second of five Austin CXBs new in January 1949 with Thurgood B32F bodies, and was withdrawn in September 1970.
Photo taken Saturday 11 June 1966, St Peter Port Bus Stand, Guernsey
(added 9 February 2020)

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