a 'Dennis Ace' from 1934 with a Harrington body
DL 9015 is a 20-seater with a Harrington body, built for a Ryde to Alum Bay service on the Isle of Wight, where it worked for 25 years before being used by a local holiday camp until 1963. After nearly 50 years out of work it returned to the road in this resplendent three-tone livery in 2010. Seen at the Alton Bus Rally 2013
Quantock Heritage - Dennis Lancet.
LJH 665 is a Duple bodied Dennis Lancet (J3?) from Dennis Bros earlier involvement in bus and coach building. The picture was taken in a small Yorkshire village which the proud owner and I stopped in for photographic purposes on our return from collecting the coach from an extensive/expensive restoration. The classic lines of the Duple A type body look a little awkward on this chassis with it's old fashioned high set radiator when compared to contemporary equivalents on offerings from AEC…
Eaton Coachworks - Taylors of Norfolk Family History - Eaton Coachworks Coach Gallery
This web site showcases the Taylor's of Cringleford Family History, the stories of Edward Thrower Taylor, Herbert Edward Taylor & Peter Edward Taylor lives. The History of Eaton Coachworks, the Garage Cringleford & Herbert E Taylor & Co Ltd along with memories of Eaton Coachworks and vehicles still in existence.