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After the merger of Trent and Midland General he managed to make a sizeable fleet reduction using this exercise.
His piece-de-resistance was a service from Nottingham to Clay Cross which was tantamount to going to the moon and back! The Traffic Manager at the time ( Bill Gunning ) was a dab hand at linking services together to make round trips of a multiple of 60 minutes to reduce downtime at termini.
His piece-de-resistance was a service from Nottingham to Clay Cross which was tantamount to going to the moon and back!
29/03/18 Bournemouth TD5’s Do we have any photos of these magnificent buses in complete form (ie with roof on)? David Field 27/03/18 The Life of LRO 981 Whilst browsing through a flickr link recently, I spotted a magnificent coach, LRO 981, but unfortunately, no details were given.
The thing which struck me about it’s second incarnation was that it had been fitted with a sort of dish shaped fender (for want of a better word) below the radiator, which looked about four inches deep and was bolted to the dumb irons on each side.
Also would I be correct in saying that CBS operated in all-over green livery? Wakefields Motors Limited, were established in 1919, their depot was on Albion Road. Wakefields depot was closed in 1933, and all vehicles were relocated to Percy Main.
North Shields, although the vehicle entrance was in Upper Camden Street. In 1934, the remainder of Wakefields vehicles (pre 1929) were renumbered as part of the Percy Main fleet, but would also carry a W prefix, this practice was discontinued in 1952.
Presumably the rebodying would have included fitting a 5 speed gearbox otherwise the poor coach would have had a top speed in the low 30s mph.
Googling reveals that this bus started life in 1936 with Westcliff on Sea Motor Services registration JN 7500. Bus lists on the web does not do pre war,but the entry for this vehicle will have come from his lists of new bodies.