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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.
George George, one coach operator who springs to mind is Murgatroyd of Thruscross.
I do not know much about Murgatroyd’s, but they did run several Bedford OBs coaches in the 1950s and the livery was white and blue.
It is complete, but has not run for many years and could do with a new coat of paint.
I am not so sure about the 1940s/50s – my impression was that East Notts was a late invention (by NBC? non-Lincolnshire) routes of Lincolnshire Road Car Co – mainly, I think, Newark locals (80 Farndon; 81 Balderton; 82 Hawtonville – there may have been others). I have checked a number of sources which reference larger independents in Newark (Wright’s, Gash) and long gone smaller ones such as Goodwin, Garood etc., but no mention of an East Notts.
The others were: FWU 231, FYG 809, GWT 340, GWW 292, HWR 61, HWT 531 & HWW 642 The last of these was withdrawn in 1958.
Simpsons had at least eight Bedford OBs as follows fwu 231, GWT 340, FYG 809, GWW 292, HWR 616, HWT 531, HWW 642 and JWT 848 all bought new. They also had at least four SBs 08/11/17 Destination Banner I have just bought a destination banner off a local bus but I’m not sure which route it would have been. The banner says "Stonnall via Aldridge" – anyone got any ide which route this would have been and the operator please?
Politically, it was not seen as right that the Lincolnshire brand should appear on Nottinghamshire sponsored vehicles and the East Notts branding was agreed to avoid this.
Many thanks to David and Pat for the speedy response to my question re. A pity they did not run for Southdown as they would have looked superb in that wonderful green livery!
Not that they were not superb looking in their distinctive EYMS colours!
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.
Two were Leylands which were new in the early 1950s so would have definitely been around in 1962. with=36746820 Naturally, coaches of East Yorkshire, United and West Yorkshire were very familiar as were coaches of scores of other companies. By the way just where in Scarborough is Gallows Close?