Monday, 28 August 2017

Lytham Hall In Pictures

Today was the fourth Ribble Vehicle Preservation Trust Lytham Runing Day centered on Lytham Hall. Ribble 2101 - the first production Olympian, new to its Blackpool depot was amongst the service buses (David Umpleby)

Fylde Atlantean 71 squeezes through the classic gates at Lytham Hall on its way to St. Annes. (David Umpleby)

New to Ribble Bristol VR 1995 OCK995K has recently joined the RVPT collection -  it is seen here in its Eastern Counties guise - where it was converted to open top (David Umpleby)

71 again parking up between journeys (David Umpleby)

ECW bodied Leyland Atlantean 1481 takes its turn to drive through the hall gates (David Umpleby)

HOD55 is a recent addition to Coastal Coaches of Warton after a thorough restoration by Kenzies Coaches. (David Umpleby)

Several RVPT single deckers formed a display at Lytham Hall (David Umpleby)

Making its debut in preservation after recent restoration is Stagecoach Ribble 2234 - a Nothern Counties bodied Volvo Olympian (David Umpleby)

Blackpool Atlantean 362 awaits its slot on the free bus service (David Umpleby)

A visitor from Stagecoach Kendal depot, Trident 17012 has recently received this livery inspired by the original White Lady double decker coaches. It is now part of their private hire fleet (David Umpleby)

1939 Leyland Titan 2057 enters the Hall grounds (David Umpleby)

Lytham Lion 24 of 1934 was a popular exhibit and was used for one trip duplicating the bus service to St. Annes (David Umpleby)

50 year old Blackpool PD3 501 approaches the bus stop at the Hall Gates (David Umpleby)