SCT '61 Photo Index
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The last tram to use the Vicar Lane crossover, by the Markets, was Feltham 517 (ex-554) on a special tour of the system.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1959, Vicar Lane, Leeds
(added 19 April 2021)
A third track had been installed at the Middleton terminus for trams running to Middleton on route 12 to turn and stand clear of trams coming from Belle Isle on the 26 circular route. This third track had a short trailing stub, to accommodate a defective tram, and Feltham 517 (ex-554) is seen on it during a tour of the system.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1959, Middleton, Leeds
(added 19 April 2021)
Seen in Marsh Lane with New York Road to the left, York Road to the right, and with Burmantofts Street ahead, Feltham 517 (ex-554) is using the rarely used crossover during an L.R.T.L. tour of the remaining Leeds system a week before several routes were abandoned.
Photo taken Sunday 22 March 1959, Marsh Lane, Leeds
(added 19 April 2021)

Preserved LT RT1705, KYY532, seen as part of the London Bus Museum 65 and 465 running day.
Photo taken Sunday 11 April 2021, Chessington World Of Adventures
(added 18 April 2021)

Seen in Moor Lane Bus Station in Bolton is Lancashire United, Atherton 23, 118JTD, a Guy Arab IV (6LW) with a Northern Counties H41/32R body.
Photo taken Tuesday 22 March 1960, Moor Lane Bus Station, Bolton
(added 17 April 2021)
KTB110 was number 379 in the Lancashire United, Atherton fleet and was a Guy Arab III (6LW) with a Weymann L27/26R body new in March 1949.
Photo taken Tuesday 27 August 1963, Arpley Bus Station, Warrington
(added 17 April 2021)
Seen at Arpley Bus Station in Warrington is Lancashire United, Atherton 54, 145NTF, a Guy Arab IV (6LW) with a Northern Counties H41/32R body, new in June 1960.
Photo taken Tuesday 27 August 1963, Arpley Bus Station, Warrington
(added 17 April 2021)
Roe C39C coachwork was carried by Lancashire United, Atherton 478, OTE71, which had been new in November 1952 and which was a Guy Arab UF (6HLW), seen here in Blackpool.
Photo taken Sunday 29 March 1964, off Seymour Road, Blackpool
(added 17 April 2021)
Hartlepool Transport 47, HEF47F, a Bristol RELL6L built in 1968 with ECW B48D bodywork.
Photo taken early/mid 1980s, Church Street, Hartlepool
(added 17 April 2021)
Hartlepool Transport 57, JEF657G, a Bristol RELL6L built in 1969 with ECW B48D bodywork.
Photo taken early/mid 1980s, Victoria Road, Hartlepool
(added 17 April 2021)
Loaned to Southend by Ensign, and numbered 205, VDB915, which is seen arriving at Wembley Stadium, had been new in May 1962 as North Western, Stockport 915. It was a Leyland PSU3/3RT Leopard with an Alexander C49F body.
Photo taken Saturday 5 June 1976, Wembley Stadium
(added 17 April 2021)
A Brush Official photograph with HD3765, a Leyland Lion depicted at the Brush Works. No other information.
Photo taken Brush Works
(added 17 April 2021)

Green Bus, Rugeley 3, HRE683K, which was seen at Wembley Stadium, was a Seddon Pennine 6 with a Plaxton Panorama Elite II C55F body.
Photo taken Saturday 1 June 1974, Wembley Stadium
(added 15 April 2021)
YHY81 seen at Gilwell Park, whilst with Green Bus, Rugeley, was a Bristol LS5G with an Eastern Coachworks B45F body, which had been new in May 1958 as Bristol 2923.
Photo taken Saturday 6 July 1974, Gilwell Park
(added 15 April 2021)
Green Bus, Rugeley number 1, 330RBF, seen at Wembley Stadium, was a Ford 570E with a Duple Northern Firefly C41F body, new in April 1963 along with similar coach 331RBF.
Photo taken Saturday 11 March 1972, Wembley Stadium
(added 15 April 2021)

GWG978, originally RD2 in the Alexander Fleet, and now FRD2 in the Alexander (Fife) company, a 1956 Bristol LD6G is at Dunfermline Bus Station with the famous Abbey as a backdrop, straight out the paint shop, the bus that is!
Photo taken April 1967, Bus Stance, St Margaret Street, Dunfermline
(added 13 April 2021)
FVD755, Central SMT H55, was a Guy Arab III with Guy L27/26R body dating from 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 19 March 1966, Stewarton Street, East Cross, Wishaw
(added 13 April 2021)
CCS411, a Leyland PD1 from 1950 originally had a Strachans body but was rebodied by ECW in 1952.
Photo taken Saturday 5 August 1967, Rothesay Pier, Isle of Bute
(added 13 April 2021)
XS4104, a Leyland TD4 with Northern Counties body first owned by Young's which became part of WSMT in 1951.
Photo taken 1954, Pointhouse Garage, Port Bannatyne, Isle of Bute
(added 13 April 2021)

Lancashire United, Atherton 384, KTB115, was new in March 1949, and was a Guy Arab III (6LW) with a Weymann L27/26R body, the last one in a batch of ten which was seen at Ardwick Green North in Manchester.
Photo taken Saturday 7 February 1959, Ardwick Green North, Manchester
(added 12 April 2021)

Hants & Dorset 3533, ORU533M, a Bristol LH6L built in 1974 with ECW B43F+12 bodywork modified for use on the Sandbanks Ferry.
Photo taken June 1977, Swanage
(added 11 April 2021)
Hants & Dorset 1255, KRU225F, a Bristol Lodekka FLF6B built in 1967 with ECW H38/32F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1975, Winchester Bus Station
(added 11 April 2021)

Glasgow 1100 seen approaching Partick depot, being followed by 1089, was an experimental bogie tram which had started life in November 1928 as a standard bogie tram in the 1090-1140 batch.
Photo taken Wednesday 13 April 1960, near Partick Depot, Glasgow
(added 10 April 2021)
Glasgow 1100 seen entering Partick depot was an experimental bogie tram which had started life in November 1928 as a standard bogie tram in the 1090-1140 batch.
Photo taken Wednesday 13 April 1960, Partick Depot, Glasgow
(added 10 April 2021)
Glasgow 1089 was an experimental tram, built in 1925/6, which entered service in August 1926.
Photo taken Wednesday 13 April 1960, Partick Depot, Glasgow
(added 10 April 2021)
Glasgow 1213, new in October 1938, and seen at Springburn had a Glasgow built body seating 38/26 on EMB Lightweight bogies and was withdrawn in September 1962.
Photo taken Thursday 14 April 1960, Springburn, Glasgow
(added 10 April 2021)
Glasgow 585, 1201 and 1265 are seen at Maryhill. 585 had been new in May 1901 and had a Glasgow built round dash body seating 38/21 on a Brill 21E truck.
Photo taken Thursday 14 April 1960, Maryhill, Glasgow
(added 10 April 2021)
Glasgow 170 had a Glasgow built hex-dash body seating 38/21 on a Brill 21E truck and was seen at Broomhouse.
Photo taken Thursday 14 April 1960, Broomhouse, Glasgow
(added 10 April 2021)
Glasgow 1398. which entered service on 7th October 1954, was the last of six replacements for Mark I Coronation trams which were numbered on the end of the existing fleet.
Photo taken Thursday 14 April 1960, Union Street, Glasgow
(added 10 April 2021)

Lancashire United, Atherton put into service, between December 1968 and March 1969, twenty Bristol RESL6G buses numbered 294 to 313 with Alexander B42D bodies, and 312, NTC129G, seen here in St. Helens, was new in February 1969.
Photo taken Saturday 17 April 1971, Corporation Street, St. Helens
(added 8 April 2021)
Seen in St. Helens is Lancashire United, Atherton 290, ETJ926F, a Guy Arab V (6LW) with a Northern Counties H41/32F body new in December 1967.
Photo taken Saturday 17 April 1971, Corporation Street, St. Helens
(added 8 April 2021)
563TD was Lancashire United, Atherton 99, and was seen in St. Helens. It was a Daimler CRG6LX Fleetline with a Northern Counties H43/33F body, the third of six which were new in June 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 17 April 1971, St. Helens
(added 8 April 2021)
Seen in Victoria Bus Station, Salford is Lancashire United, Atherton 612, 879DTB, a Guy Arab IV (6LW) with a Northern Counties H41/32R body, new in January 1958.
Photo taken Monday 2 June 1958, Victoria Bus Station, Salford
(added 8 April 2021)
Seen outside the Atherton garage of Lancashire United, Atherton is their Guy Arab IV (6LW) 642, 359FTB, which had a Northern Counties H41/32R body, and which had been new in May 1958.
Photo taken Saturday 30 August 1958, Atherton Garage
(added 8 April 2021)
TTE150, seen unloading in Lower Mosley Street Bus Station in Manchester, was number 541 in the Lancashire United, Atherton fleet and was a Guy Arab IV (6LW) with a Northern Counties H33/26R body which had been new in November 1954.
Photo taken Saturday 1 November 1958, Lower Mosley Street Bus Station, Manchester
(added 8 April 2021)

Glasgow 1285 and 825 are seen outside Newlands Depot. 1285 had been new in April 1940 and had a Glasgow built body seating 38/26 on EMB Lightweight bogies. It was withdrawn in September 1962.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 1960, Newlands Depot, Glasgow
(added 6 April 2021)
Glasgow 183, photographed at Burnside, was new in May 1913 with a Glasgow built hex-dash body on a Brill 21E truck and seated 38/21. It was scrapped in November 1960.
Photo taken Tuesday 12 April 1960, Burnside, Glasgow
(added 6 April 2021)

Eastern Counties, Norwich Dennis Lancet III EX6657, with a Duple C33F body, is seen in Wellington Street Coach Station in Leeds.
Photo taken Saturday 26 July 1958, Wellington Street Coach Station, Leeds
(added 5 April 2021)

New in September 1938, Glasgow 1206 is seen at Maryhill. It had a Glasgow built body seating 38/26 on EMB Lightweight bogies and was withdrawn in June 1961.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 1960, Maryhill, Glasgow
(added 1 April 2021)
Glasgow works car 22 seen in hiding at Coplawhill was built as such in 1938 and had a Brill 21E truck which was later replaced by a GCT/Brush 21E one. It was a tool van for the P.W. Mobile squad and was sold in October 1962 to the National Tramway Museum for spares.
Photo taken Saturday 9 April 1960, Coplawhill, Glasgow
(added 1 April 2021)

Kearsey, Cheltenham 81, 374DD, was a Bedford SB1 with a Duple Super Vega C41F body new in May 1961, and was seen at Ascot Race Course.
Photo taken Saturday 20 July 1963, Ascot Race Course
(added 31 March 2021)
UTP422, in the fleet of Ironside, Toop & Davis (Bere Regis & District), Dorchester, seen here at Ascot Race Course, was a Bedford SB1 with a Duple Super Vega C41F body, which had been new in February 1960 to Don, Southsea. It had been acquired in January 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 20 July 1963, Ascot Race Course
(added 31 March 2021)

Wesley, Stoke Goldington 72, WNM166, a Commer Avenger IV with a Duple C41F body, had been new in May 1959 to Ronsway, Hemel Hempstead and was seen at Ascot Race Course.
Photo taken Saturday 20 July 1963, Ascot Race Course
(added 30 March 2021)
Seen at Ascot Race Course, Osborne, Tollesbury 16, 14FOO, was an A.E.C. 2U3RA Reliance with a Duple Northern Continental C51F body, new in April 1963.
Photo taken Saturday 20 July 1963, Ascot Race Course
(added 30 March 2021)
Mulley, Ixworth 57, NCF888, a Bedford C5Z1, with a Duple C29F body, had been new in July 1959, and was seen at Ascot Race Course.
Photo taken Saturday 20 July 1963, Ascot Race Course
(added 30 March 2021)
380BLD, a Bedford SB8 with a Harrington Crusader II C41F body, seen at Ascot Race Course, was one of fifteen new in February 1961 to the George Ewer group of companies, this one being new to Grey Green, London N.16.
Photo taken Saturday 20 July 1963, Ascot Race Course
(added 30 March 2021)

Glasgow 113 is seen at Dalmuir West with the conductress hanging on to the bow rope as the tram reverses direction. New in July 1919 with a Glasgow built Hex-dash body on a Brill 21E truck it seated 38/21 and was scrapped in June 1960.
Photo taken Monday 13 April 1959, Dalmuir West
(added 29 March 2021)
Glasgow 310, new in February 1909, seen in Broomhouse, had a Glasgow built round dash body on a Brill 21E truck and seated 38/21. It was scrapped in March 1960.
Photo taken Monday 13 April 1959, Broomhouse, Glasgow
(added 29 March 2021)
Glasgow 1247, new in June 1939 and withdrawn in July 1962 is seen near the Hope Street/Bath Street junction. It had EMB Lightweight bogies and a Glasgow built body seating 38/26.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Hope Street, Glasgow
(added 29 March 2021)
Glasgow 643 was new in February 1901 and is seen in Hope Street. It had a Glasgow built round dash body seating 38/21 on a Brill 21E truck.
Photo taken Tuesday 14 April 1959, Hope Street, Glasgow
(added 29 March 2021)

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