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Myronn Codrington The Model Bus Federation has many scale drawings of buses and coaches that include variants of the MCW Metrobus.
Their Metrobus drawings published in past Journals include: Greater Manchester Mark 1 by Alan Johnson – Journal 210 London Mark 1 (Fleet numbers M1-1440) – Journal 362 Other drawings included in their file list which don’t appear to have been published include: 1980 by D Cole – Reference number 3 1979 Mark 1 (Single door) by T F Blois – Reference numbers 25 and 164 1979 Mark 1 (Dual door) by T F Blois – Reference number 165 1980 Mark 2 by T F Blois – Reference number 163 26/07/17 Two Queries for the Price of One Does anyone know how much the road fund tax for a 35-seat single deck bus taxed as a PSV would have been in 1965 please?
They were most impressive vehicles to ride on and could certainly get a move on.
PSVs of that era usually carry a tax disc holder with spaces for three discs.Pictured outside Consett Depot, VUP 761 is a Park Royal bodied H35/28RD Leyland PD2/12, it was the first in a batch of ten delivered in 1957 – VUP 761/70; We have seen Northern General Transport vehicles with the open platform version of this type of Park Royal body before on this site, the previous ones being the Guy Arab IV’s of Tynemouth and District.The order for these handsome vehicles was initially placed by Sunderland District Omnibus, but prior to delivery they were diverted to Northern and entered service as 1761/70, so I don’t know if any of them got as far as being painted in SDO livery.During the mid-1960’s with the recent arrival of Geoffrey Hilditch as General Manager at Halifax Corporation, the Joint Omnibus Committee had begun to develop its tour and private hire operations, acquiring a number of secondhand coaches to that end.A works contract had been obtained requiring a number of coaches to provide transport between the smaller towns within the Wakefield/Barnsley/Doncaster triangle and Meredith & Drew’s biscuit factory at Ovenden in Halifax.