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East Kent had 25 of these Guy Arab with Park Royal H61R bodies fitted with doors. They were mainly used on the longer routes. This one MFN899 is seen in Dover in April 1962
East Kent Operated a fleet of Leyland TD5 from 1938. One of which JG9928 was rebodied during 1948 with a Eastern Coach Works 55 seat low bridge body. They lasted until well into the 1960's
East Kent PFN882 was an AEC Regent V with Park Royal Front Entrance 72 seat body. This is one of the first batch (1959) of what grew to be 8 year relationship with Regent V's.Seen here at Canterbury Bus Station 23rd Jun 1962
An offside view of YJG824 a 1961 half cab style AEC Regent V - Park Royal H72F YJG824 about to leave on Route 90 to Folkstone from Dover June 1963
This Dennis Falcon, EFN563 from 1949 had a 4 cylinder engine and was used on village routes. They were the first One Man Operated buses in the fleet but they only carried 29 passengers in their Dennis Body. This vehicle is in the process of restoration (2015)
WFN514 was a 1960 AEC Reliance with Park Royal DP39F body in Skyways livery at Victoria Coach Station compare with the next photo of the same batch in normal Dual Purpose livery. This vehicle was repainted in normal livery and upgraded to 41 seats in (I think) 1968.
WFN503 AEC Reliance with a Park Royal Dual Purpose 41 seat body new in 1960 finally withdrawn in 1977. East Kent WFN503
A EFN series 1950 Dennis Lancet III with a Park Royal 32 seat coach set up with a Snowplough attachment. Anyone know what the full regestration number was? Starts EFN58 but which one?
East Kent bought AEC Reliance TFN417 in 1960 with a 41 seat dual purpose Park Royal body photographed in 1961.
This Leyland TD4 JG7021 from 1936 was rebodied in 1949 with a Park Royal 53 seat Lowbridge body. Seen here on Learner duties at Canterbury Bus Station just before its withdrawal in Jun 1962
East Kent HJG11 Dennis Lancet UF with a Duple 41 seat body dating from 1954. These vehicles were used for tours in Britain and on the continent right up to the mid sixties. They proved a very comfortable touring coach.
LJG317 was an East Kent AEC Reliance with Weymann DP41F Body. Photographed at Rye