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Barton Transport fleet no.1015. This vehicle was a Harrington 'Crusader' bodied Bedford SB5 and was pictured whilst operating a South Coast tour

Barton Transport fleet no.884 was a Craven bodied AEC Regent 3RT. It was one of a pair of ex London Transport vehicles which came to Barton via their take-over of the 'Cream Bus Service' of Stamford in 1961

Barton Transport fleet no.1010, a modified design Harrington 'Grenadier' bodied AEC Reliance. The vehicle was photographed at Derby bus station and was operating on the X42, Nottingham to Derby Express service

Barton Transport - New deckers of the 50s & 60s. Fleet number 794, a Northern Counties bodied PS2/ 11 taken into stock in 1959. This vehicle was one of the new generation of deckers resulting from Barton's latest programme of lengthening the chassis of older models

Barton - Vintage monochrome images. A strange looking vehicle from the front - 633, a Strachan bodied Barton BTS1 (Mk.1) at Huntingdon Street bus station

Late 1960s coaches - In 1966 the business of Provincial Garage Leicester was acquired by Barton Transport. Fleet no.1059, a Duple bodied Bedford VAS1 was one of the twelve vehicles involved

Barton Transport - The new 50s & 60s deckers. Fleet number 861, a Dennis Loline III with Northern Counties body. This vehicle was on display at the 1960 Commercial Motor Show and has the unique distinction of being the lowest height decker produced in the United Kingdom. It is retained by Barton in preservation and forms part of their Heritage Fleet

Barton Transport - New deckers of the 50s & 60s. Fleet number 805, a Crossley bodied AEC Bridgemaster taken into stock in 1958. This vehicle was an ex AEC Demonstrator)