A meeting of the "ton-up club" (see Malcolm Littler memories) in an Inverness hotel on 28th March 1970, during the Easter Grand Scottish excursion.
Back row - Adrian Eden, Steve Boyd, unidentified, Paul Hooten.
Middle row - Van Bramhall, Keith Dolby, unidentified, Malcom Littler.
Front row - unidentified, Keith Stanley
Taken during the August 1972 Grand Scottish at Fort William.
Pictured are the Walters brothers from Kingston-upon-Hull, Lindsay on the left and Rodney on the right. In the centre is Robin Beck from Barrow-in-Furness.
Thought to have been taken at Haymarket in August 1974. From left to right; unidentified, Paul Hooten, Dave Southern, Dan Bramhall, Roger Richards, unidentified and unidentified walking away.
This picture, taken at the rarely visited East Ham depot, probably on 29th April 1979, initially caused quite a lot of head scratching. Graham Howarth is stood in the door and Allen Howells is sat in the front seat. The coach driver is thought to be Gerald Day. The coach itself was new to Fishwick, Leyland but sold on in September 1977 to Border Tours of Barnoldswick. They in turn sold it on in June 1979 to Arnold Benson Tours, Laneshawbridge, near Colne. Although owned by Border in April 1979 it is presumed to have been on hire to either B&J Travel or Pennine Way / Arnold Benson Tours (were these two Laneshawbridge coach companies connected?) when the picture was taken.