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|year||make and model||exhibitor||history|
||1949||Guy Arab III 6LW with Crossley 56-seat highbridge double-deck bodywork. It is unusual in the combination of chassis and body makes. The bodywork is to the Manchester Corporation semi-streamlined style.||Paul Fielding of Blackburn||This bus was one of a batch of twenty purchased to finalise the tram replacement programme in Blackburn.|
||1949||Leyland Tiger PS1 with Burlingham 35-seat single-deck body with front entrance.||Paul Fielding of Blackburn||The bus served a full life with Haslingden Corporation. It then worked on a fruit farm in Scotland. It was rescued and restored by Chris Lediard and Derek Thompson who kept it in Northumberland until 2013. It was on loan to the Trust for a year, but has just become a permanent part of the collection.|
||1968||Leyland Titan PD2/47 with East Lancashire Coach Builders 65-seat front-entrance double-deck bodywork.||Darwen Transport Museum Trust of Darwen||The vehicle was typical of the last twelve double-deckers to enter service with Darwen Corporation, and was built for one-man operation. It survived as a driver-trainer before acquisition for preservation.|