The Bristol LG5s were built between 1938 and 1954 a class totalling 3289 built between those years and seen throughout the country. Western National had an allocation of 157 to be seen throughout the West Country.
DOD 518 (Fleet Number 333) was built in July, 1940 and rebodied in March, 1950 by Beadle. In November 1961 it was converted into a service vehicle and lasted until. 1971 This bus 333 is now preserved with the 333 Society at Cheltenham. This bus spent many years at Plymouth then later working from Kingsbridge Depot.
KFM 767 was built in March 1950 and entered service with Crossville Motor Services. In January, 1967 it was also converted to a service vehicle (tow bus) It is now in service with Crossville Motor Services, Weston Super Mare.
Below are the timings for the Mazey Day charter to Penzance on Saturday 25th June. Only one charter booked this year for Mazey Day and the in-exotic traction of a single DB Cargo class 66. Only a few years ago and we had class' 56, 37, 40 and Deltic on these charters.
Regards Karl Hewlett (Friends of Penmere). Many thanks