SCT '61 Photo Index
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Hants & Dorset 782, KRU988, was a Bristol LL6B with an Eastern Coachworks B39R body new in September 1951.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Fareham
(added 22 November 2017)
Hants & Dorset 655, HRU453, was a Bristol L6B with a Dutfield C30F body new in December 1948 when it was numbered TC826.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Fareham
(added 22 November 2017)
Hants & Dorset 802, SRU978, was a Bristol LS5G with an Eastern Coachworks B43D body new in September 1956.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Fareham
(added 22 November 2017)
More Falmouth shots. This is the rear of the Lewis garage and shows YRF734 which came from Whieldon Rugeley and was with Lewis from 1/58 - 9/64.
Photo taken August 61/62, Falmouth, near to the River Fal
(added 22 November 2017)
Also at the Lewis garage at the time of my visit was this beauty, LRL565, the AEC Regal III / Harrington which was new to Lewis from 6/49 - 6/64 a creditable 15 years.
Photo taken August 61/62
(added 22 November 2017)

Rhondda 470, 470UNY was a AEC Regent V 2MD3RA / Northern Counties H37/28F new in January 1964, the second of a batch of ten delivered in that month and the previous one.
Photo taken Tuesday 13 April 1971, Blaenrhondda Terminus
(added 21 November 2017)
Rhondda 474, 474UNY was a AEC Regent V 2MD3RA with Northern Counties H37/28F body new in January 1964, the sixth of a batch of ten delivered in that month and the previous one.
Photo taken Tuesday 13 April 1971, Ystrad Rhondda
(added 21 November 2017)
The second RT in the Don Everall fleet was RT2733, LYR717. New in 1951 and withdrawn in August 1964, it passed to Don Everall in October of that year and put in over four years service mainly on school baths contracts, work undertaken for many years by this operator.
Photo taken c.1965, Bilston Road premises
(added 21 November 2017)
FLY755J is a Seddon Pennine IV with Plaxton C53F body now in the livery of R.H.M.S. of Coventry. Red House Motor Services bought out a number of small local coach companies including Bunty and Bantam.
Photo taken Saturday 18 November 2017, private site near Coventry
(added 21 November 2017)
Northampton 129, VV8934, a 1945 Daimler CWD6 with Duple H30/26R body was one of two Northampton vehicles in service at the Lincoln running day. They ran several trips together, here it is seen at the end of a solo run.
Photo taken Sunday 5 November 2017, LVVS Lincoln
(added 21 November 2017)
Northampton Corporation 154, ANH154, a Daimler CVG6 with Northern Coachbuilders bodywork was in service at the Lincoln running day and is seen late in the afternoon still in service
Photo taken Sunday 5 November 2017, LVVS Lincoln
(added 21 November 2017)
YDU393J of Red House Garage Co. Ltd. (t/a Red House Motor Services), Coventry is seen at Twickenham with the driver receiving instructions as to where to park. It was a Leyland PSU3A/4R Leopard with a Plaxton Panorama Elite II C49F body.
Photo taken Saturday 17 March 1973, Twickenham
(added 21 November 2017)
Scottish Omnibus ZH436, YSC436K, was a Leyland Leopard with an Alexander C49F body dating from 1972.
Photo taken Thursday 17 August 1972, Blair Drummond Safari Park
(added 21 November 2017)
East Yorkshire 696, 6696KH, was one of their AEC Bridgemasters with a Park Royal H45/32RD body dating from 1960.
Photo taken circa 1973, Ferensway Bus Park, Hull
(added 21 November 2017)
Upper deck interior of East Yorkshire Motor Services 725, 9725AT, a 1962 AEC Bridgemaster 2B3RA with a Park Royal H43/29F body on South Street in Dewsbury during the Dewsbury Bus Museum Running Day.
Photo taken Sunday 19 November 2017, South Street, Dewsbury
(added 21 November 2017)

West Riding, Wakefield 241, HL9806, seen in Leeds Bus Station, was a Leyland TD7 with a Leyland L27/26R body new in March 1940 as Bullock, Featherstone 241, and passed to West Riding in 1950 when the Bullock business was acquired.
Photo taken Friday 26 August 1960, Leeds Bus Station
(added 19 November 2017)
West Riding, Wakefield 222, HL8814, was a Leyland TS8, the first of four delivered to Bullock, Featherstone in June 1938 with Barnaby C32F bodies.
Photo taken Friday 26 August 1960, Leeds Bus Station
(added 19 November 2017)
Southdown, Brighton 273, GUF673, was one of twenty-five Leyland PD1s with Park Royal H28/26R bodies, new in 1946.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Fareham Bus Station
(added 19 November 2017)
Fifty-one Leyland TD5s were delivered to Southdown, Brighton in 1938 with bodies by Park Royal (31) and Beadle (20). The one seen here 193, EUF193, was one of those with Beadle L26/26R bodies and is seen after being rebodied in 1950 with an East Lancs H28/26R body.
Photo taken Sunday 15 June 1958, Fareham Bus Station
(added 19 November 2017)

Ex London Transport RT685, JXC48, new in 1948 is pictured here with Don Everall, Wolverhampton in early 1965 after purchase in October 1964.
Photo taken Spring 1965, Don Everall Yard, Bilston Road, Wolverhampton
(added 18 November 2017)
Volks Electric Railway Brighton. What I recall being told was a vehicle from the Southend Pier. I think there were two and recall the numbers were 9 & 10.
Photo taken Tuesday 28 July 1964, Volks Railway Depot, Brighton
(added 18 November 2017)
Scottish CWS, Glasgow, GYS342D, a Bedford VAM5 built in 1966 with Duple Bella Venture C45F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1971, Girvan
(added 18 November 2017)
Scottish CWS, Glasgow, AGA813B, a Bedford SB5 built in 1964 with Duple Bella Vega C41F bodywork.
Photo taken June 1971, Girvan
(added 18 November 2017)

 Hebble, Halifax 267, CJX68, an AEC 9613A Regent III with a Willowbrook L27/28R body is seen in Chester Street Bus Station, Bradford.
Photo taken Monday 5 June 1961, Chester Street Bus Station, Bradford
(added 17 November 2017)
North Western, Stockport 273, BJA429, a Bristol L5G with a Willowbrook B38R body is seen in Stockport on the parking area behind Mersey Square.
Photo taken Tuesday 6 June 1961, behind Mersey Square, Stockport
(added 17 November 2017)
Trent, Derby 211, ECH211, seen here in Mersey Square, Stockport was a Willowbrook C37C bodied Leyland PSU1/15 Royal Tiger new in 1953.
Photo taken Tuesday 6 June 1961, Mersey Square, Stockport
(added 17 November 2017)
HBE513 was a Bristol LWL6B with an ECW FC35F body, new in May 1951 to Lincolnshire Road Car Co, no. 959. In 1953, as part of a company-wide scheme, it was renumbered 2059.
Photo taken May 1965, Grantham Bus Station
(added 17 November 2017)
TWT120 was a Bristol LS5G with ECW DP41F body, new to West Yorkshire Road Car in December 1957. As was often the case with West Yorkshire express and coach vehicles arriving during the winter, it was stored until entering service in May 1958.
Photo taken May 1972, Doncaster
(added 17 November 2017)
South Yorkshire PTE 594, WWB194G, a Leyland Atlantean PDR2/1 built in 1968 with Park Royal H47/32D bodywork
Photo taken April 1980, Pond Street, Sheffield, opposite the bus station
(added 17 November 2017)
Sheffield Transport 258, NWA258K, a Daimler Fleetline CRG6LXB-30 built 1972 with Alexander AL H43/31F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, Sheffield Pond Street Bus Station
(added 17 November 2017)
Sheffield Transport 279, OWE279K, a Bristol VRTSL6G built in 1972 with East Lancashire H43/30F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1974, Sheffield Pond Street Bus Station
(added 17 November 2017)

Hylton Castle Coaches, Sunderland, JDL762, a Bristol LS6B built in 1954 with Eastern Coach Works C39F bodywork.
Photo taken September 1970, Haverton Hill off Clarence Street, nearly opposite junction with Hope Street
(added 16 November 2017)
Hylton Castle Coaches, Sunderland, LHE506, a Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/2 built in 1957 with Burlingham Seagull C41F bodywork. This had been new as Yorkshire Traction 1078
Photo taken September 1970, Haverton Hill off Clarence Street nearly opposite junction with Hope Street
(added 16 November 2017)
In response to the superbly restored by LVVS BG147, here is a further variation on the theme. BLO18, DHN482, a pre war L5G rebodied with a post war ECW body.
Photo taken early 1960, Darlington Grange Road workshops
(added 16 November 2017)
1949U was a 1957 AEC Regent V with Roe H37/28R body, new to Exors of Samuel Ledgard.
Photo taken October 1967, Henshaw Lane, Yeadon
(added 16 November 2017)
GUF399 was a Guy Arab II 5LW with Park Royal H30/26R body, new in March 1946 to Southdown Motor Services, no. 499.
Photo taken c.1963, Worthing Sea Front
(added 16 November 2017)
Front-entrance half-cabs still make fine economical mass people-movers, even in Health & Safety conscious 2017. This justifies a fourth image of Douglas Corporation 15, 410LMN, an AEC Regent V with Willowbrook H37/27F body, a popular attraction for delegates of the Light Rail Engineering Group, part of UK Tram, which is an umbrella body for operators of UK tram & light rail systems.
Photo taken Thursday 11 May 2017, Douglas, Isle of Man
(added 16 November 2017)
This shot shows two (well nearly) Bedford Beadle combinations at Falmouth in the 60's.
Photo taken August 61/62, Falmouth
(added 16 November 2017)
Reliance of Newbury, 47, ABE957, an AEC Regal 0662/Barnaby B37F, a regular bus on the Newbury/Brightwalton service. Seen here in shadow outside the garage in the village.
Photo taken early 1960s, Brightwalton
(added 16 November 2017)
Reliance of Newbury 59, CRP300, an AEC Regal/Duple C33F?
Photo taken 1959/early 1960s, The Wharf, Newbury
(added 16 November 2017)

HFH702 was a Beadle-Bedford chassisless with B35R body, new in November 1950.
Photo taken early 1960s, Falmouth
(added 15 November 2017)
EFN562 and EFN566 were two of a batch of 10 Dennis Falcons with Dennis B20F bodies, new to East Kent Road Car Co. in 1950.
Photo taken early 1960s
(added 15 November 2017)
Southern Vectis 313, JDL762, was an early Bristol LS6B coach with ECW C39F body new in March 1954 which spent most of its life on the Isle of Wight.
Photo taken Saturday 28 March 1964, Newport Bus Station, Isle of Wight
(added 15 November 2017)

Tours (Isle of Man) 21, 111XMN, a Bedford VAM3 built in 1966 with Duple Bella Ventura C45F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Douglas
(added 14 November 2017)
Tours (Isle of Man) 31, 22MAN, a Bedford SB3 built in 1964 with Duple Bella Vega C41F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Peel, Isle of Man
(added 14 November 2017)
Tours (Isle of Man) 39, 7725MN, a Bedford SB3 built in 1958 with Duple Super Vega C41F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Douglas
(added 14 November 2017)
Tours (Isle of Man) 20, 36LMN, a Leyland Leopard PSU4/3R built in 1968 with Duple Commander III C45F bodywork.
Photo taken July 1976, Douglas Bus Station
(added 14 November 2017)
New to Gelligaer as number 22, Longwell Green B44F bodied A.E.C. MU3RV Reliance VNY255 was withdrawn in 1972 and passed to Lewis Boys' School, Pengam in December 1972.
Photo taken Saturday 17 March 1973, Craneford Way, Twickenham
(added 14 November 2017)
Isle of Man Road Services 117, MN5105, a Leyland Lion PLSC1 with Massey B28R body new in July 1927 is happily having a major makeover for its 90th birthday, quite a contrast with its 2014 photograph on here.
Photo taken Thursday 20 April 2017, Engineering workshop, c/o Terminus Buildings, Strathallan Crescent, Douglas
(added 14 November 2017)
Engine detail fully revealed on Isle of Man Road Services 117, MN5105, a 1927 Leyland Lion PLSC1 with Massey B28R body during its major rebuild.
Photo taken Thursday 20 April 2017, Engineering workshop, c/o Terminus Buildings, Strathallan Crescent, Douglas
(added 14 November 2017)

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