ERF TRUCKS - TRUCK-UK HISTORIC
ERF was a British truck manufacturer. Established in 1933 by Dennis Foden, its factory in Sandbach, Cheshire was closed in 2002, and finished as a marque by owner MAN AG in 2007.
Leyland Leopard, Howth © Albert Bridge
A CIE (Dublin City fleet) C class Leyland Leopard (C102 EZH 102), with a body by Metal Sections Limited, at Howth station awaiting departure with the 13.35 to Howth Summit. This was service 88 a replacement for the Great... more
Big sausage & little sausage
DF785 was Donnybrook based from new until 1997 when it was trasnsferred to Ringsend. In late 1987 it had an all over advertising livery applied for "Dennys". The idea was to celebrate Dublin's Millennium and carried evocotive images of the Dublin skyline, superimposed of course with Denny products. A little later in May 1989, Dennys took out a second all over add. This time on Galway based city bus KC7. The pair are seen on the 16th May 1989, just before KC7 departed Donnybrook where it was…
D329 Cork February 1984
Even as late as 1984 Cork had a number of D class Atlanteans in the old livery. 329 was one of 5 or 6 still running. Many argue that these colours were superior to the tan. Cork actually re-painted one bus from tan back into blue & cream