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Anyone with an interest in the history of buses around Medway will find this a jolly good read."Who is this Mr Wilberjim" is available at £13.50 including post and packing by emailing John Watts.RU 7858 was No.11 in the fleet, so this has to be one of the other three. At first I assumed that the inscription "Visiting Gough's Cave Cheddar" under the coach was an addition stuck to the photo after the event but I now understand that there were a number of photos taken at this exact location. Mike Rhodes of the Black Country Museum Transport Group kindly sent me this picture of West Bromwich Corporation Daimler CVG6 No.174 (GEA 174).A local photographer must have quite a good little business going, but would have needed to move fast to get the processing and printing done while the passengers visited the caves, which I presume is how it was done. It was new in 1952 with a Weymann 56-seat body and ran in service until the early 1970s when it was given to Dudley Libraries by WMPTE for the then fledging Black Country Museum.Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city. In April 2018 Ken Jones sent me this picture that he took in Staffordshire earlier in the year.Inside has had various woodwork replaced and the seats are currently being stripped and redone.
Tipped off about its availability (free, but buyer must collect it!By 1930 they were operating Dennis and Mc Curd vehicles and this view shows No.15 in their fleet.Mc Curd Motors of Slough was the last in a series of motor manufacturing companies set up by Wallace A. Enterprise bought four Mc Curd coaches in 1928 with 26-seat bodies by Duple (RU 7675, 7858, 78).) by the British Bus Preservation Group, Roger Burdett nobly acquired it in 2000, not without many trials and tribulations en route. William J Whitelock formed a horse bus company named Shamrock (hence the shamrock leaf in the crest) in the town in 1885, moving up to motor buses in 1913.Ken wrote "It is now back on the road again after extensive and expensive restoration, including hand-painted advertising in gold leaf copied from black and white images - different each side." Many thanks Ken, and congratulations to Roger. In February 2018 David Winter very kindly sent me these two glorious images from Bournemouth, acquired from his grandparents. He merged his company with competitor Bournemouth Rambler in 1924 to form the well-known coaching company "Shamrock & Rambler" which lasted until 1989.
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