Thursday, 27 September 2012

Ipswich Transport Museum 1

Members of the Ribble Vehicle Preservation Trust visited Ipswich Transport Museum recently. Here's a selection of pictures taken during the visit.

 1930 Morris Commercial Coach VF 8157 ex Mulleys
GNG 125C Eastern Counties Bristol LFS125 and on the left, the rear of
CDX 156 1954 AEC Regent 3.
Built by Railless Ltd and fitted with a 30 seat body by Shorts of Rochester, this trolleybus, registered
DX 3988, entered service with Ipswich Corporation
Ipswich tramcar 33 built in 1904
 1950 AEC Regent III with pre select gearbox and 9.6 litre diesel engine. Park Royal bodywork.
Our transport to Ipswich was 1974 Leyland Leopard PSU3B/4R/Duple ex Ribble Motor Services.
It is seen facing 1949 KAH 407 ex Eastern Counties Bristol L
 KAH 407 Bristol L4G, and in the distance ADX 63B AEC Regent 5 with Massey bodywork which was one of the last rear entrance buses delivered to Ipswich Corporation.
The Bristol must feel somewhat underpowered with it only having a four cylinder engine!
 Interior of Bristol L KAH 407 

More pictures of our visit in due course.

1 comment:

  1. The 1974 leyland leopard Looks a right gem! How i miss the sounds of leopard.

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