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South Shields Corporation – NR01
South Shields Corporation – NR01

South Shields Corporation – NR01

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South Shields Corporation No.139 Daimler CSG6 (study) On route to the Market Place. Original £120 (unframed) – prints  A3 & A4

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Ribble Gay Hostess NR02
Ribble Gay Hostess NR02

Ribble Gay Hostess NR02

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Ribble Gay Hostess Leyland Atlantean PDR 1/1 (study) On route to Carlisle Original £120 (unframed) – prints A3 & A4

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Wired For Sound – NR03
Wired For Sound – NR03

Wired For Sound – NR03

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Wired For Sound – Newcastle Transport 3 axle Sunbeam S7 Trolleybus No. 501 with locally built NCB Body on route 33 to Jesmond followed by Alexander bodied Atlantean PDR 1/1 on route 34 to Wallsend Limited edition (35 copies), mounted prints available in A3 size only. All priced at £65 plus postage and packing of £13.50

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Newcastle Trolleybus – NR 05
Newcastle Trolleybus – NR 05

Newcastle Trolleybus – NR 05

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Newcastle Corporation 3 axle BUT 9641T with Metro Cammel Carriage and Wagon body of 1948 batch, delivered with Q1 London Transport style drop down windows, destination and service number blinds. Newcastle’s ageing pre war fleet needed replacing and these were available at short notice being diverted from an original LT order. Known locally as Gosforths they predominantly ran on service 31 to Gosforth on the Great North Road out from the city centre.  They were withdrawn in 1964 when the corporation decided to close the system in favour of motor buses.  (Open Editions) A3 and A4. Mounted Prints  size A3 £48 + Postage and packing of £13.50 Mounted Prints  size A4 £32 + Postage and packing of £8.00  

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Marsden Grotto NR09
Marsden Grotto NR09

Marsden Grotto NR09

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Marsden Grotto, South Shields No.254 Karrier W4 2-axle of 1947 on route 12 to Market Place. This Northern Coachbuilders bodied trolleybus was similar outwardly to the batch delivered to Newcastle Transport in the early post war years. It is pictured at the seaside terminus of Marsden Grotto in 1963 prior to its return to South Shields market place. Limited edition (35 copies), mounted prints available in A3 size only. All priced at £65 plus postage and packing of £13.50

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Newcastle Corporation NR10
Newcastle Corporation NR10

Newcastle Corporation NR10

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Newcastle Corporation BUT9641T three axle trolleybus No. 615 (NBB 615) with Metro- Cammell 70 seat body, passing Jesmond Parish Church, Osborne Road on route 33 to the city centre and west to Denton. Limited edition (35 copies), mounted prints available in A3 size only. All priced at £65 plus postage and packing of £13.50

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Leyland Motors – NR11
Leyland Motors – NR11

Leyland Motors – NR11

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J. Fishwick & Sons of Leyland Lancashire, were loyal customers of locally built products from the Leyland Motors factory, often using one off production line prototypes making for an interesting fleet of vehicles. This picture includes two examples from their past collection, a rear engined Atlantean – Fleetline and a low bridge Titan half cab with rear platform entrance. Limited edition (35 copies), mounted prints available in A3 size only. All priced at £65 plus postage and packing of £13.50

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Cumberland Climber – NR12
Cumberland Climber – NR12

Cumberland Climber – NR12

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The Cumberland Climber – Wright Brothers of Alston Crossley SD42 from 1949 with Burlingham half cab coach body waiting at Newcastle’s now demolished Marlborough Crescent bus station before embarking on it’s journey along the river Tyne and over the picturesque Hartside Pass to Penrith. From an original illustration by Ray Jackson © 2012 Limited edition (35 copies), mounted prints available in A3 size only. All priced at £65 plus postage and packing of £13.50

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The Green Bus Home – NR13
The Green Bus Home – NR13

The Green Bus Home – NR13

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Tyneside Tramways & Tramroads Company, operated a service from Newcastle to North Shields via Wallsend. No. 34 ENL 680 was one of a batch of five all-Leyland PD2/3s delivered in 1951. It is pictured waiting to start its journey from the Croft Street terminus with the old Newcastle Central Library in the background, tragically demolished in an ill-judged redevelopment of the city centre in the 1960s. Specially commissioned by K Gilmour. Limited edition (35 copies), mounted prints available in A3 size only. All priced at £65 plus postage and packing of £13.50

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The Tynemouth Titan – NR14
The Tynemouth Titan – NR14

The Tynemouth Titan – NR14

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The Tynemouth Titan, pictured in Tynemouth in the 1960s is a Newcastle Corporation MCCW bodied Leyland Titan PD2/20 one of three delivered in 1954. These were mostly used to serve route No. 11 on a jointly operated service with Tynemouth along the New Coast Road to Newcastle Haymarket. This particular bus 351 was featured at the Earls Court Motor Show to demonstrate the new lightweight Orion style body. The lack of side ventilation windows to save the weight of the overall vehicle meant they were not popular with passengers on winter days, when it was too cold to leave the front vents open and very little fresh air would enter the top deck. – Illustration by Ray Jackson © 2017. Limited edition (45 copies), mounted prints available in A3 size only. All priced at £65 plus postage and packing of £13.50

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