Alf Stacey and Primrose Bus crossing the Strood at high tide. Karrier, probably LT8426.

Photo used on cover of Just the Ticket by David Thornton, which says it is LF8420.

Primrose Buses were so called because they were painted yellow. The buses were run from 1918 by the Mersea, Colchester & District Transport & Bus Co. Ltd. They were based at the Primrose Garage in the High Street, ...
Cat1 Mersea-->Strood Cat2 Transport - buses and carriers

Alf Stacey and Primrose Bus crossing the Strood at high tide. Karrier, probably LT8426.
Photo used on cover of Just the Ticket by David Thornton, which says it is LF8420.
Primrose Buses were so called because they were painted yellow. The buses were run from 1918 by the Mersea, Colchester & District Transport & Bus Co. Ltd. They were based at the Primrose Garage in the High Street, which also housed charabancs for day trips. The company was taken over by Eastern National in 1935.


Photo: Mersea Museum - Ron Hempstead Collection
Image ID MMC_P21_A
Category 1 Mersea-->Strood
Category 2 Transport - buses and carriers


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This image is part of the Mersea Museum Collection.