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Kes, Movie, 1969 IMDB

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Jale PL

2013-11-23 14:10

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G-MANN UK

2013-11-23 17:32

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I'm surprised this hadn't been added before. Maybe it's not that known outside of Britain.

sixcyl FR

2013-11-23 22:10

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In France so far, Ken Loach films are much more known since the 1980's than from this era...

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sixcyl FR

2014-12-01 20:21

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I've bought the DVD. Good film!

leoz EN

2015-05-19 03:12

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One of my favourites! :D

dsl SX

2019-12-13 23:54

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Pics upgraded with timings added. No new entries, but a couple of rejects:

- Viva HB 2 door Deluxe
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- AEC bus, 2-tone green (a Barnsley livery??), smelled double-decker but can't confirm, open back with pole
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johnfromstaffs EN

2019-12-14 09:07

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Searching the BLOTW list using “Barnsley” as a filter no double deck buses are shown. The grille is that generally found on the Regent V, but the only AEC buses showing against that placename are Duple bodied coaches apparently on Regal chassis.

Perhaps some more digging on the livery might strike oil, or maybe that logo strikes a note somewhere.



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johnfromstaffs EN

2019-12-14 09:19

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Leeds City Transport had a lot of AEC Regent V d/d buses with Roe or MCW coachwork, the colours and the logo appear to be similar, this may be one of those.

http://www.kbmt.org.uk/vehicles/leeds-city-transport-916/ Old style AEC radiator.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/emdjt42/6321744432 Tin front but hi-vis paintwork.
http://www.old-bus-photos.co.uk/?p=1378 Tin front.

Vindication!
http://busesonscreen.net/screen1/index.php?p=screenfm.fmk.kes

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SteveA EN

2019-12-15 13:11

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johnfromstaffs wrote

Vindication!
http://busesonscreen.net/screen1/index.php?p=screenfm.fmk.kes


The only clear part of my screencap on Buses on Screen is the Leeds logo :-) - Barnsley was a Yorkshire Traction stronghold.

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-12-15 14:14

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Thanks Steve.

Should have gone straight to your site, but maybe that would have been too sensible!

However, being a dyed in the wool Midlander, I would have had to look up the Leeds colours or logo. If asked about liveries, it would have to be a three way score draw.

The Delaine http://www.bus-and-coach-photos.com/picture/number4566.asp
Walsall Corporation (out of sheer horror!). https://www.flickr.com/photos/24034040@N07/14228398185
Southdown http://www.old-bus-photos.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/RUF-185.jpg

My beloved Midland Red doesn’t get a look in because, in service, the buses always looked as if they had been painted with a distemper brush.

This is not for the bus, it’s for the town.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/8050359@N07/44099572441

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