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Similarly I can’t recall Boddy’s having double deckers, but there WERE no less than seven ex YWD centre entrance Leyland TD2s in Bridlington. I intend checking the OS archive regarding these 2 fleets Chris, but I think this may not be necessary as you are a mine of information here. Many thanks John for your kind appreciation, but do please make whatever further checks you can – I’m afraid that advancing years mean that output from the "mine of information" reduces from time to time and sometimes contains samples of "nutty slack." !!Your journey with WBS will no doubt have been on either HD 4625 or 4631 and the WBS service to Flamborough did have two distinct branches at the outer end – one to North Landing and the other to Lighthouse – which may have given the impression of further territory although I am not aware of the Firm ever having ventured further. What a joy to see actual photos of John Boddy’s fleet. I well remember, staying in Brid in a flat in West Street, overlooking his Garage on the corner of New Burlington Road.One attraction would no doubt have been the nice shiny coach on the right, new that year to Boddys. I presume these would have been on half day tours from Bridlington?They had two other Yeates bodied Reliances that year, VBT 191 and VBT 192, of which VBT 191 is currently preserved with Fowler of Holbeach Drove. A most interesting picture from a very well loved area.Every morning at 8am the doors would be opened to reveal a wealth of red and cream vehicles.He also has another garage down Horsforth Avenue and one in Hull, at Morrill Street, off Holderness Road.Firstly, yes, Anfields were from Bridlington, and operated from very basic premises behind the Gas Showrooms adjacent to the railway level crossing in Quay Road.The question as to whether the two coaches were on any kind of excursion from Bridlington is intriguing as the journey is only about four miles or so each way and could be accomplished by frequent service buses – perhaps the ultimate destination was Flamborough after a longer scenic ride beforehand ?? Did they not have a stage service about that time from Filey to Flamborough?
I’m not good on "family trees", but would the lady’s father possibly have been Tim Williamson ??
This photograph was taken on 26 June 1958 at North Landing, Flamborough, adjacent to the terminus of the East Yorkshire route from Bridlington.
It is one of my very first transport photographs, taken during a family holiday at Flamborough. ) this is a Commer Avenger I with a Plaxton C33F body, and was new to Sellers of Sheffield, and it was number 7 in their fleet.
Hello just want say I have a great interest in the Willlamsons coaches and am trying to find out as much info as possible as my family are related to them; my nana was a Williamson her Grandad was Reuben Williamson .
She would recall living in Brid among all the coaches .