trolly bus

London trolleybus served London for 30 years from 1931 till ride apart from when the arms came adrift from the overhead wires. and then had to be re-attached by a conductor with a long pole !

London Trolley Bus at the Leyland factory shortly before delivery to London Transport. Both the body and chassis were made by Leyland. No 735 was one of London Transport's 100-strong F1 class of trolleybuses provided by Leyland in 1937. The F1s served London Transport very well, proving to be sturdy and reliable vehicles despite operating on some of their busiest trolleybus routes. 735 served with LT until April 1959 and went for scrap the following month.

London Trolley Bus at the Leyland factory shortly before delivery to London Transport. Both the body and chassis were made by Leyland. No 735 was one of London Transport's 100-strong F1 class of trolleybuses provided by Leyland in 1937. The F1s served London Transport very well, proving to be sturdy and reliable vehicles despite operating on some of their busiest trolleybus routes. 735 served with LT until April 1959 and went for scrap the following month.

Wimbledon Town hall early 1960's LT L3 1381 Trolleybus on route 604 towards Hampton Court is seen turning outside Wimbledon Town Hall to start it's journey.

Wimbledon Town hall early LT 1381 Trolleybus on route 604 towards Hampton Court is seen turning outside Wimbledon Town Hall to start its journey.

BUS 605 West Barnes Lane, Raynes Park SW20.

BUS 605 West Barnes Lane, Raynes Park SW20.

A batch of London trolleybuses waiting for the scrapyard.

A batch of London trolleybuses waiting for the scrapyard.

Shannon Corner, New Malden before the flighover was built in the 1960s.

Shannon Corner, New Malden before the flighover was built in the

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