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North Riding Comers
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No: 27559   Contributor: Ronald Henderson   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Commer   Country: United Kingdom
North Riding Comers

Pair of Carmichael jobs on the outside. In the centre is one of North Ridings two Plaxton Commers.
Picture added on 01 April 2011 at 16:57
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Hi Ron, Beside HVN 777 and BCC 450 I'm aware that only one more Plaxton bodied QX existed and I believe that it went to West Riding. Is this true?

Added by Andrew Middleton on 01 April 2011.
Hi Ronald. Many thanks for sharing this great shot. Do you know when and where it was taken please. Paul.

Added by Paul Warnock on 01 April 2011.
North Riding of Yorks bought two Plaxtons, 777 and 778. One of them was still on the run at Yarm when I visited in 1968 and had a makeshift wire mesh grille instead of the sixteen small radiator bars.

I have no idea of the details behind the photo

Added by Ronald Henderson on 02 April 2011.
Hi Paul,
It looks very much like East Road Northallerton with the prison in the background?

Added by Q Eaton on 02 April 2011.
Thanks very much Q, thats sorted.

Added by Paul Warnock on 03 April 2011.
I saw one of these Plaxtons stationed at Whitby in or around 1958. It was a daft design, because their were no front doors!!

Added by Rob Johnson on 02 May 2011.
JPY 235 on the left was stationed at Malton. Fleet No. 145

Added by Ian Orledge on 24 February 2019.
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