Sunday, 4 October 2015

2015 Wirral Bus & Tram Show

Baby Grand 245 passing two former Liverpool buses, 1953 AEC Regent III A36 and 1957 AEC Regent V A267
Sunday 4th October saw the annual Wirral Bus & Tram Show taking place, based around the Wirral Heritage Tramway in Birkenhead. The event was blessed with sunshine for much of the day, with the highlight being Liverpool Baby Grand tram 245 making its debut at the annual show. Liverpool 245 had only had its public service launch three weeks before the event, and the tram was unsurprisingly extremely popular, running with heavy passenger loadings throughout the day.

Wallasey No 1, the first production Leyland Atlantean from 1958, passing 1920 Wallasey tramcar No 78
Liverpool 245 with a Mersey Tunnel ventilation tower on the left and Liver Building in Liverpool in the background
1920 Wallasey Bellamy car No 78 with its slogan celebrating the Queen being our longest reigning monarch

1900 Birkenhead Milnes car No 20 approaching the end of Shore Road
1930s Liverpool bogie car No 762 heading down the incline towards Woodside Ferry Terminal
1930 built Lisbon tram 730 heading towards Woodside Ferry along Shore Road   
1956 Crossley bodied Liverpool Corporation Leyland Titan PD2 L255 near the Woodside Ferry Terminal
1951 Wallasey Leyland Titan PD2/1 No 54 heading away from the Woodside Ferry Terminal
1967 Birkenhead Leyland Titan PD2 No 152 with a Massey body, passing the old dock entrance on Shore Rd
1950 Crosville Bristol L6B KW172 fitted with dual purpose ECW bodywork
1968 Llandudno Urban District Council Dennis PAX FJC 736F



Stagecoach Gold Enviro 400 bodied Scania 15228, which operates on the Preston to Bolton service 125

The two Hong Kong built trams masquerading as Birkenhead 70 and 69 in front of the Pacific Road building



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