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All of the foregoing is subject to the vagaries of memory, but it might prompt recollections from others.All of Simpsons OBs were bought new-JWT 848 was the last and remained in use until 1968.Thruscross is a hamlet in the Washburn Valley, lying west of Harrogate and north of Otley and Blubberhouses, so this could tie in with the Harrogate-Ripon school contract you mention.

I would love to see a photo of these buses in Southdown livery if they did, indeed, run for that concern.

They were new in 1937, so would be among the first ECW Federation bodies built, after the changeover from ECOC at Lowestoft, and even though they were of so called uniform "Federation" style, there is something about them which cannot be explained, but which points to Lowestoft construction beyond doubt!

Chris Smith Company wise there are four possibilities for local bus operators around Scarborough in 1962.

Some links to photographs of the types follow: East Yorkshire Motor Services ran south to Filey, Bridlington and Hull.

23/12/17 EYMS Tiger TS7s In the late 40s and early 50s, we were regular travellers on the Leeds to East Coast services run jointly by West Yorkshire Road Car Co and East Yorkshire Motor Services.

The contrast between the 2 operators was a source of constant fascination, especially so with vehicle types in use.

Extract from Slack’s website which I think answers the question : "Founded over fifty years ago in Tansley near Matlock by Mr Ken Slack, the Company now occupies a substantial site on the Northern outskirts of Matlock…" 10/11/17 Harrogate to Ripon OB I’m trying to identify the bus company who ran a school bus service from Harrogate to Ripon grammar school in the early 1950’s.

The bus was a Bedford OB livery as best I can recall was cream and blue.

United and West Yorkshire were both part of the nationalised British Transport Commission and their mainstream buses were generally of the same types: Bristol K/Eastern Coachworks (lowbridge type): Bristol K/Eastern Coachworks (highbridge type): Bristol FS/Eastern Coachworks: Bristol L/Eastern Coachworks: Bristol LS/Eastern Coachworks; Bristol MW/Eastern Coachworks: United also had their ten seafront service buses: Hardwicks Services to Ebberston etc – They had three double deckers which I photographed circa 1967.

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