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Todmorden bus driver and conductor in the 1920s.

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Todmorden bus first registered in 1928

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Bus number 2, a Critchley-Norris, stands at the Waggon and Horses, Walsden, it still carries its over cab headlight and its delivery trade plate.

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These are possibly bus Nos 1 & 2 on their inaugural run.

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Bus number 2 (B1P) later registered C-1502 standing at Portsmouth with its crew. Number 2 is also recognised by the bull horn on the steering column. Note the white bands painted on the lamp standard which identified a Bus Stop,

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Number 5, (C-1761), a Ryknield, attracts the usual crowd of sightseers and potential passengers who also wished to appear in the photograph. To the rear can be seen a horse and carriage, possibly owned by the Todmorden Carriage Company which still…

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This Bus was Number 1. It was to have made the inaugural run from the Town Hall at 1400hrs on January 1st 1907. but its wheels had frozen to the ground overnight, so number 2 was brought in to replace it on that very first run. Number one had been to…

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Another view of Fleet number 26, WT7268 believed to be seen here on Cock Hill Moor on a murky day. No 26 was shown as a B30D, meaning that it was a bus with seating for 30 passengers and had doors fitted. It is of course another Leyland GH7 model.…
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