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Davies Ford GAX606C heads for Pontsticill on 11th August 1966 and is seen in Castle Street.


Photo supplied from Alan George Collection




A Bedford SB  SAX503 arrives in a wet Castle Street to pick up its passengers bound for Cefn Coaed,  note the large poster asking for donations to The Winston Churchill Appeal.


Photo supplied from the Alan George collection



I know little about this example of the Davies fleet,  obviously an AEC, and from its registration no. AEU445, hailing from an operator in Bristol....any ideas ?

Photo supplied from the Alan George collection.


Former Trent Leyland Tiger Cub  with Saunders Roe 44 seat  BET designed body registered FCH19. This classic lightweight bus was made in Wales at Beaumaris and several other similar buses from the Trent fleet with Weymann bodies saw further service in South Wales.

Photo supplied from Alan George collection.



A 1958 PD2/Metro-Cammell with "tin front" radiator formerly Blackpool Corporation 320.
This bus  was not a long time member of the Davies fleet.  Thanks to David  Farrier for providing the background and correcting our original caption, you can visit David's website by clicking  here.

Photo supplied from the Alan George collection.


Do you have any photos of the buses of R.I. Davies of Tredegat that you would be willing to share with our readers ?  If you have then please let the editor know.


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