SCT '61 Photo Index
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Newcastle 218, 218JVK, was a Leyland PDR1/1 with an Alexander H44/34F, body new in January 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Newcastle
(added 8 December 2021)
Newcastle 223, 223JVK, was a Leyland PDR1/1 with an Alexander H44/34F body new in February 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Newcastle
(added 8 December 2021)
Newcastle 238, 238JVK, was a Leyland PDR1/1 with a Weymann H44/34F body new in March 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Newcastle
(added 8 December 2021)

Aberdare purchased a varied selection of half-cab single deckers in the early post war years. This view shows 41, LNY851, a NCME B35R bodied AEC Regal III new in 1951.
Photo taken mid 1960s, Aberdare
(added 7 December 2021)
Newcastle 187, 187JVK, was a Leyland PDR1/1 with an Alexander H44/34F body new in February 1960.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, outside Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
(added 7 December 2021)
Newcastle 188, 188JVK, was a Leyland PDR1/1 with a Metro Cammell H44/34F body new in April 1960.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, outside Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
(added 7 December 2021)
Seen with the newly constructed shelters on the adjacent platform of Piccadilly Bus Station is Manchester 3933, FVM29, which was a Leyland TD5 with a Leyland H29/26R body.
Photo taken Saturday 11 October 1958, Piccadilly Bus Station, Manchester
(added 7 December 2021)
North Western, Stockport 555, FDB555, seen in Chorlton Street Bus Station in Manchester, was a Leyland PD2/12 with a Weymann L27/26R body and was new in 1953.
Photo taken Saturday 11 October 1958, Chorlton Street Bus Station, Manchester
(added 7 December 2021)
United Automobile, Darlington BUE11, 311FHN, seen in Portland Street, Manchester was a Bristol LS6B with an Eastern Coachworks DP39F body.
Photo taken Saturday 11 October 1958, Portland Street, Manchester
(added 7 December 2021)

Teesside Municipal Transport 31, BXG131, a Guy Arab III built in 1951 with Northern Counties L27/26R bodywork.
Photo taken December 1968, Wood Street, Middlesbrough
(added 6 December 2021)
Teesside Municipal Transport 49, BXG749C, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LW built in 1965 with Northern Counties H41/29F bodywork.
Photo taken December 1968, Exchange Bus Station, Middlesbrough
(added 6 December 2021)
Teesside Municipal Transport 59, EXG459D, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LW built in 1966 with Northern Counties H41/29F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1970, Exchange Bus Station, Middlesbrough
(added 6 December 2021)
Teesside Municipal Transport 131, ADC131B, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LW built in 1964 with Northern Counties H41/29F bodywork.
Photo taken December 1968, Wilson Street / Exchange Bus Station, Middlesbrough
(added 6 December 2021)
Liverpool Corporation A111, SKB111, a 1955 AEC Regent V with Crossley H32/26R bodywork.
Photo taken late 1960s, Liverpool City Centre
(added 6 December 2021)
Portsmouth 2, RV237, was one of 2 Tilling Stevens B10A2/Park Royal B30R new in 6/31. It was destroyed by enemy action at Eastney 3/41. (added 6 December 2021)
Portsmouth Tower Wagon TW1 TP181 attends to the overhead wiring on the north side of Ports Bridge in August 1950. It had been converted 1/33 from bus 16, a 1924 Dennis 50cwt with a Strachan & Brown body.
Photo taken August 1950, Ports Bridge (North Side)
(added 6 December 2021)
Showing off its shiny paintwork Portsmouth tower wagon TW2 was attending to the overhead outside McIlroys on London Road in December 1952, having been newly converted from bus 18 RV3412 - a 1933 English Electric bodied Leyland TD2.
Photo taken December 1952, London Road, Portsmouth
(added 6 December 2021)
Another view of Portsmouth tower wagon TW2 RV3412, parked outside the former Portsmouth Street Tramways depot on Gladys Avenue, North End in October 1953.
Photo taken October 1953, Gladys Avenue, North End, Portsmouth
(added 6 December 2021)

Venture, Consett 221, 1884PT, was an A.E.C. 2MU3RV Reliance with a Weymann B45F body new in March 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
(added 5 December 2021)
Venture, Consett 223, 1886PT, was an A.E.C. 2MU3RV Reliance with a Weymann B45F body new in March 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
(added 5 December 2021)
South Notts 76, 76LNN, an NCME bodied PD3/6 awaits departure for East Leake from Huntingdon Street Bus Station, Nottingham in August 1962
Photo taken August 1962, Huntingdon Street Bus Station, Nottingham
(added 5 December 2021)

Venture, Consett 171, RPT131, was an Atkinson PL745H with a Willowbrook B45F body new in December 1954.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Marlborough Crescent Bus Station, Newcastle
(added 2 December 2021)

Newcastle 579, NBB579, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro Cammell H40/30R body new in May 1950.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963
(added 29 November 2021)
Newcastle 585, NBB585, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro Cammell H40/30R body new in May 1950.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Neville Street, Newcastle
(added 29 November 2021)
Newcastle 600, NBB600, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro Cammell H40/30R body new in August 1950.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Blackett Street, Newcastle
(added 29 November 2021)
Newcastle 607, NBB607, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro Cammell H40/30R body new in September 1950.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Blackett Street, Newcastle
(added 29 November 2021)
Newcastle 616, NBB616, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro-Cammell H40/30R body new in October 1950.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963
(added 29 November 2021)
Newcastle 623, NBB623, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro Cammell H40/30R body new in October 1950.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963
(added 29 November 2021)

Teesside Municipal Transport 39, XUP478, a Leyland Titan PD2/40 built in 1958 with Northern Counties H35/26R bodywork.
Photo taken January 1970, Exchange Bus Station, Middlesbrough
(added 27 November 2021)
Teesside Municipal Transport 32, RUP306, a Leyland Titan PD2/12 built in 1955 with Northern Counties H33/28R bodywork.
Photo taken May 1970, Wood Street, Middlesbrough
(added 27 November 2021)
Teesside Municipal Transport 74, XUP474, Leyland Titan PD2/40 built in 1958 with Park Royal H35/28R bodywork.
Photo taken June 1970, High Street, Stockton-on-Tees
(added 27 November 2021)

Newcastle 140, XVK140 was an A.E.C. MD3RV Regent V with a Park Royal H34/28R body, new in March 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Barras Bridge, Newcastle
(added 26 November 2021)
Newcastle 155, XVK155, was an A.E.C. MD3RV Regent V with a Park Royal H34/28R body new in May 1956.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Barras Bridge, Newcastle
(added 26 November 2021)
Newcastle 160, 160AVK, was an A.E.C. MD3RV Regent V with a Park Royal L30/28R body new in April 1957.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963
(added 26 November 2021)
Newcastle 174, 174AVK, was an A.E.C. MD3RV Regent V with a Park Royal H34/28R body new in May 1957.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Newcastle Central Station
(added 26 November 2021)

The first postwar buses delivered to Portsmouth were 2 Reading bodied Leyland PD1A delivered at the end of 1947, followed by 4 more (one of which was a PD1) at the beginning of 1948. 199 DTP808 entered service in 11/47 and is seen here in October carrying trade plates at the airport before entering service.
Photo taken October 1947, Portsmouth Airport, Hilsea
(added 25 November 2021)
Another view of Portsmouth 199, DTP808, a Leyland PD1A/Reading H52R, seen at Eastney in September 1948.
Photo taken September 1948, Eastney
(added 25 November 2021)
Newcastle 292, NBB292, was a Leyland PD2/1 with a Leyland H30/26R body new in May 1950.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Blackett Street, Newcastle
(added 25 November 2021)
Newcastle 295, NBB295, was a Leyland PD2/1 with a Leyland H30/26R body new in June 1950.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Newcastle Central Station
(added 25 November 2021)

Post WWII Portsmouth bus fleet numbers reached 200, thus snuggling up to the trolleybus fleet. The decision was made to start again at 1, although gaps had to be left as some low numbered pre-war buses were still in service. Here we have Portsmouth 1, DTP810, a Leyland PD1 fitted with a locally built Reading H52R, body new in 1/48.
Photo taken May 1954, Kingston Crescent, North End, Portsmouth
(added 24 November 2021)
Portsmouth 11, EBK23, a Crossley DD42/5T Reading H52R photographed outside the bodybuilders works ready for delivery to the Corporation in September 1948.
Photo taken September 1948, Reading Works, Portsmouth
(added 24 November 2021)
Portsmouth 34, EBK571, an all-Crossley DD42/7T new 3/49, photographed from Roger's flat in Gladys Avenue in 1953.
Photo taken 1953, Gladys Avenue, North End, Portsmouth
(added 24 November 2021)
Portsmouth 36, EBK573, an all-Crossley DD42/7T new 3/49 is seen at Devonshire Avenue, Southsea the following month.
Photo taken April 1949, Devonshire Avenue, Southsea
(added 24 November 2021)
Portsmouth 38, EBK575, an all-Crossley DD4/7T H28/24R on the Southern Counties Touring Society tour at Paulsgrove, with most of the passengers on board this time.
Photo taken Sunday 14 May 1950, Paulsgrove, Portsmouth
(added 24 November 2021)
Portsmouth all Crossley DD42/7T 38 EBK575 is now at the Hayling Ferry on the Southern Counties Touring Society tour.
Photo taken Sunday 14 May 1950, Hayling Ferry
(added 24 November 2021)

Newcastle 479, LTN479, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro Cammell H40/30R body new in April 1948, the first in a batch of twenty.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Neville Street, Newcastle
(added 23 November 2021)
Newcastle 490, LTN490, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro Cammell H40/30R body new in April 1948.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Neville Street, Newcastle
(added 23 November 2021)
Newcastle 498, LTN498, was a B.U.T. 9641T with a Metro Cammell H40/30R body new in April 1948, the last in a batch of twenty.
Photo taken Saturday 22 June 1963, Neville Street, Newcastle
(added 23 November 2021)

This photo captures a scene in transition. National Welsh R3671, YWO691K, had been in the Jones Aberbeeg fleet and carried the unusual NBC blue livery - it was new as R.671J and had been delivered as YWO691J but was changed before entering service.
Photo taken Friday 21 November 1980, Castle Street, Caerphilly
(added 21 November 2021)
SOE891H was a Daimler CRG6LX with a Park Royal H47/33D body new in October 1969 as West Midlands P.T.E. 3891.
Photo taken Sunday 14 June 1970
(added 21 November 2021)

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