Weeping Cross Lane, Ludlow
- Steel framed, single bay garage with pre-frabricated exterior walling, with a capacity for nine vehicles. Adjacent land for additional outdoor parking.
- Opened by Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Company Limited (BMMO—Midland “Red” Motor Services) on Monday 1st January 1951, becoming the company’s first new garage built after World War II. Initial allocation of eight vehicles.
- Vehicle allocation of twenty-one by February 1967, made up of four double-deck and seventeen single-deck buses, most being stored outdoors due to insufficient space inside.
- Company renamed to Midland Red Omnibus Company Limited (MROC) on Friday 29th March 1974, with a depot allocation of 16 vehicles and approximately 38 staff at this time.
- Depot control passed to Midland Red (North) Limited when the Midland Red Omnibus Company Limited split up on 6th September 1981.
- Depot closed on Friday 20th May 1983, with certain vehicles and services passing to Midland Red (West) Limited.
- Used for some time as an ATS depot, but later sold.