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VehicleBMMO S15
DP40F Carlyle
Number5056 (5056 HA)
OperatorBirmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Company Limited (Midland “Red”) (unallocated)
New (8/62) to Birmingham & Midland Motor OC Ltd. (Midland “Red”), Birmingham. Withdrawn (10/72). Passed (12/72) to Hudley (dealer), Wednesbury. Passed (1/73) to Fletcher (contractor), Kingswinford. Passed (9/73) to Bardolin (contractor). Passed (2/75) to Simms, Son & Cooke (contractor), Nottingham. Passed (9/77) to Jesson, Melton Mowbray “Crusaders” Boy’s Club. Passed (1/82) to R. Wagstaffe & J. Cooksey, Bromsgrove. Passed (11/03) to R. Burdett, Long Eaton. Passed (2/14) to Andrew Hawthorn
LocationChurch Street, Bromyard.
DescriptionParked up while the crew take a break.
Service 371 was a Thursday “Market-day” only service from Cradley to Bromyard, operated by Malvern depot. The vehicle would operate one full and one short-working return journey each Thursday with the crew scheduled to take their break in Bromyard.
Date1970
SourcePhotograph by Martin Perry

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371BMMOMarch1946Cradley • Linley Green • Bromyard
October1949Cradley • Linley Green • Bromyard
March1955Cradley • Bishops Frome • Bromyard
March1972Worcester • Pershore • Tewkesbury • Cheltenham Spa
July1972Worcester • Pershore • Tewkesbury • Cheltenham Spa
February1974Worcester • Pershore • Tewkesbury • Cheltenham Spa
MROCMay1975Worcester • Pershore • Tewkesbury • Cheltenham Spa
February1976Worcester • Pershore • Tewkesbury • Cheltenham Spa
December1978Pershore • Eckington • Tewkesbury

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