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Peterborough, a City Fit To Live In (documentary, 1971)
A look at urban planning in the early 1970s inevitably includes glimpses of Eastern Counties buses:
...although the only identifiable singledecker is LE760 (PVF760), a 1954 Bristol LS5G/Eastern Counties:
Not all the buses are real:
Eastern Counties FLF462 (KAH462D) is a 1966 Bristol Lodekka FLF6G/Eastern Coachworks, and another FLF is seen in the company of Delaine 50 (RCT3), a 1960 Yeates bodied Leyland Titan PD3/1 now preserved:
There's a glimpse of another rarity, a Barton Transport Bedford VAL14 with Harrington Legionnaire coachwork, one of eight new in 1964:
In this sequence an AEC Reliance/Plaxton (id not clear) passes among Eastern Counties Lodekka FLFs, an FS and an LS, also the Delaine Titan:
...and a glimpse of an Eastern Counties Bristol LH/Eastern Counties:
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