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It would be interesting to know where this was taken.
Deirdre O’Neill Deirdre, this photo was taken in the Scarborough railway station yard, parallel to Valley Bridge Road.
I understand that part of this allocation involved Bradford in disposing of 10 older vehicles, and 10 1929 to 1931 six wheeler EE trolleys went to Newcastle. 573, 9/80 were from the earlier batch, with an earlier type of control equipment, and were nominally numbered 306, 309, 308 in the NCT fleet.
I believe that NCT did not place these 3 in service but am open to correction.
South Shields therefore received 3 vehicles with identical control systems but with 3 distinct body styles!
My info was my dad and grandfather bought it from a dealer in Ipswich, already converted.Information is entered by event organisers and may be subject to change, please see event page for latest information. As a young boy, with Dad in the RAF, we lived in a converted trolleybus at two RAF stations, Watton in Norfolk, and Wellesbourne in Warwicks.582 was from the earlier batch, 572 – 583, but had been fitted with the later type equipment from withdrawn 588 in 1934.596 was a demonstration vehicle with later type equipment but a "transitional" body type, with a sloping front to the top deck.
It is almost certainly former Bradford 590 KW 9459 which went to South Shields.