Our Vehicles

1961 Bristol MW

1961 Bristol MW

This is our latest edition to the fleet. New to the United Counties Omnibus Company and based in Northhampton in time for the 1961 summer season, No 201 was one of four identical touring coaches delivered in all over Tilling cream livery. These coaches were amongst the most luxurious of the time with 34 sumptuous reclining seats, seat back tables, footrests, armrests, public address systems and sun blinds.
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1951 Leyland Tiger PS1

This bus was delivered new in May 1951 to Jersey Motor Transport, Jersey, with 34 seat single decker bus bodywork by Reading & Co Ltd Coachbuilders of Portsmouth.It was aquired by Guernseybus, Guernsey in 1989 to be used on tourist routes, and given fleetnumber 17. With it’s original bodywork in poor condition, it was rebuilt by the Guernseybus coachuilder Vernon Priaulx, who gave it a new 31-seat coach body (numbered 500330) incorporating a special feature of a transparent sliding roof. 2004 saw another full restoration to leave the bus in an absolutely beautiful condition.
The Leyland Tiger is a very popular choice for weddings and special occasions because of the very unique feature of a full length glass roof.