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New 'buses for 2021-2022

Started by jamespetts, January 07, 2022, 03:19:16 PM

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Every year at Christmas time, I focus on some pakset work. This year, I have been adding 'buses, mainly Leyland 'buses, for the pakset. A sample of some of the additions are below.


The Leyland Leveret, a 1920s minibus


The Ford Transit minibus, a 16 seat 'bus from the 1970s and 1980s filling what was formerly a significant gap in minibus provision in the pakset.



The Leyland Lioness, a 1920s coach of an early style.


The Leyland Cheetah LZ1


The Leyland Tiger TS1 Comfort - a coach version of the popular single decker


The Leyland Lion LSC1 - a single decker from the 1920s


The Leyland Tiger TS4 - a coach from the 1930s


The Leyland Tiger TS7 - a coach from the late 1930s


The Leyland Tiger TS1 Popular - the 'bus version of the TS1 Comfort coach


The Leyland Lion LT7 - a cheaper version of the Leyland Tiger of the 1930s with a smaller engine


The Leyland Tiger PS2/5 - a single decker from the 1950s


The Leyland Tiger TS7T - a triple axle single decker from the 1930s


The Leyland Royal Tiger - a coach from the 1950s


The Leyland Tiger Cub - a lightweight version of the Royal Tiger with a smaller engine


The 'bus version of the Tiger Cub coach


The Leyland Leopoard L1 - a 1950s flat fronted underfloor engined single decker


The Leyland Leopard PSU3a - a longer version of the L1 with a larger engine


The Leyland Panther - a lower floor version of the Leopard, with better loading times.



The Leyland Titan TD1 - a pioneering double decker from the late 1920s. Note the exposed rear staircase.


The Leyland Titan TD2 - an updated version of the TD1, now with enclosed staircase


The Leyland Titan TD3 - a double decker from the later 1930s


The Leyland Titan TD4 - a double decker from the late 1930s with a diesel engine, shown in London Transport livery. London Transport referred to these as the STDs


The Leyland Titan PD1 - a double decker from the late 1940s



The Leyland Titan PD2/1 - a double decker from the early 1950s



The Leyland Titan PD2/3 - a widened version of the PD2/1 introduced following a change in regulations. This and subsequent wider versions have a slightly better loading time and slightly higher comfort than the early, narrower versions.



A Guy Arab Mk. II in United Welsh livery. This is the same as the existing Guy Arab Mk. 1 in the pakset, save that it has a more powerful engine and is introduced slightly later (with price/weight adjusted accordingly). My grandfather used to be a conductor on a 'bus just like this for many years in the late 1940s/early 1950s.


Leyland Titan PD2/30 - updated version of the PD2/3 with "tin front". Shown here in Ribble livery


Leyland Titan PD3 - the last of the Titans, a longer version of the PD2. Shown here in Glasgow livery.

The later Leylands, such as the Nationals, the Atlanteans and the Lynx were already in the pakset with multiple liveries.
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KneeOn

These look really good and hold up to the usual uniform, well finished standard of work. Well done!

jamespetts

Quote from: KneeOn on January 07, 2022, 09:59:58 PM
These look really good and hold up to the usual uniform, well finished standard of work. Well done!

Thank you!
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