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1926 AEC NS-Type London General NS1858

1926 AEC NS-Type dans Tell Me If It Hurts, Court métrage, 1934 IMDB

Catégorie : Bus, Double étage — Origine du modèle : UK

1926 AEC NS-Type London General NS1858

Position 00:05:43 [*] Véhicule d'arrière-plan

Commentaires sur ce véhicle


dsl SX

2016-10-07 02:19

[Image: 05-43busyn3781.jpg]

YN 3781 = 1926. Buses On T'Web says it's NS1858, another NS-Type. And it's the last beaky bus from this film.

Exiv96 BE

2016-10-07 11:41

Countrybus.org says :

"NS1739-1952 (...) LGOC ordered another 200 NS types, with chassis built by themselves and with roofed bodies. Fifty bodies came from Shorts, one hundred and fifty from Chiswick."

Chassis history :

NS 1858 YN 3781 */26 built by LGOC: closed-top body H28/24RO


johnfromstaffs EN

2016-10-07 11:53


I think that this clearly describes the relationship between London General Omnibus Company and Associated Equipment Company, and, in my opinion, settles the question of whether these buses were AECs or not.

-- Last edit: 2016-10-07 11:56:24

dsl SX

2016-10-07 12:51

So should this be our first LGOC NS-Type as has been entered?? Or AEC with all the others??

johnfromstaffs EN

2016-10-07 16:30

My view is that the buses built by AEC should all be called AEC. Follow the LGOC route and the logical conclusion is that all the vehicles constructed for London Transport, its predecessors and successors should be named after the operator not the builder. London Transport RTW? I think not.

johnfromstaffs EN

2016-10-09 09:07

Following some further digging, it appears that a significant number of the NS class was assembled by the LGOC at its Chiswick works. I suppose, strictly speaking, these should be given the make LGOC, but as they were still the AEC design, and if the image prevented accurate identification of which bus it was, the best compromise would be to continue as AEC make.

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