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PD3 Massey More typical of Southend's fleet is this Titan PD3 with Massey bodywork, built to a special height to fit under the lowbridge on Southend Sea Front - which is precisely the bridge where this photo is viewed from. The Nottingham Olympians hopefully never came near this obstruction during their short spell in Southend!
 
Southend Albion Lowlander 7087HJ Southend Transport 323 (7087HJ) was another unusual purchase - a lowheight Albion Lowlander LR7 with Alexander coachwork - again an easy fit under that bridge.
 
Southend Albion Lowlander Another Southend Lowlander, but there could be a prize for guessing where it is and what it is doing. It is 1973 and the bus is one of many from a variety of sources helping out Alder Valley. AV was having an acute vehicle shortage and the Southend Lowlanders joined London Country RTs and Royal Blue MWs amongst others. It is seen here leaving Reading Bus Station.
 
Southend Albion Lowlander
Another view showing the Lowlander following Alder Valley/Thames Valley's only Bristol MW6G with the final style of ECW body for that chassis. Hitherto in Thames Valley's maroon and cream coaching livery 520ABL has been painted in NBC dual purpose colours.
 
Southend Corporation Marshall/Leopard Southend Transport had few singledeckers in its fleet, and this is one of a pair of Leyland Leopard PSU3s with Marshall bodywork - the more unusual for its dual door layout.
 

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