HCK 204 G Leyland Panther of 1968 manufacture with a single deck 47 seat MCW body which was originally Preston Corporation fleet No. 204, the body was designed by Liverpool Corporation Technical Department and Preston had only five with this style of body.
AFY 971 1934 Leyland Titan TD3 English Electric 51-seat open-top double deck, formerly Southport Corporation 43
DED 797 1946 Leyland Titan PD1 Alexander (Falkirk) 56-seat double-deck, formerly Warrington Corporation 18.
JXN 46 1948 AEC Regent 3RT Weymann 56-seat double-deck formerly London Transport RT 1018.
LLU 829 1950 Leyland Titan 7RT Park Royal (London) 56-seat double-deck formerly London Transport RTL 1050.
LYR 964 1952 AEC Regent 3RT Weymann 56-seat double-deck formerly London Transport RT 2794
MTB 848 1950 Leyland Tiger PS2 East Lancs 35-seater single-deck, formerly Rawtenstall 55
AEK 514 1953 Leyland Royal Tiger Northern Counties 44-seat single decker, formerly Wigan Corporation 101
MXX 485 1953 AEC Regal IV Metro-Cammell 39-seat single deck formerly London Transport RF 508
XTC 684 1954 Leyland Lowloader LFDD Metro-Cammell 63-seat double deck, originally a Leyland Motors demonstrator
KRN 422 1957 Leyland Titan PD2/10 Crossley 62-seat double deck, formerly Preston Corporation 31.
HDJ 753 1958 AEC Regent V Weymann 61-seat double-deck, formerly St Helens Corporation J153.
116 JTD 1959 Guy Arab IV Northern Counties 73-sear double deck, formerly Lancashire United 21
YXG 747 Maltese AEC Reliance Brincat 45-seat single deck, formerly Malta Route Bus owned by Joe Polidano, Kirkop
AJA 139B 1964 Bedford VAL14 Strachans (Hamble) 52-seat single-deck, formerly North Western 139.
HTJ 521B 1964 Guy Arab V Northern Counties 73-seat double-deck, formerly Lancashire United 165
BED 732C 1965 Leyland Titan PD2/40 East Lancs 64-seat double deck originally Warrington Corporation 51.
JJD 452D 1966 AEC/Park Royal Routemaster 72-seat double deck, formerly London Transport RML 2452
KUS 607E 1967 Leyland Atlantean PDR1/1 Alexander 78 seat double deck, formerly Glasgow Corporation LA 352
MDJ 555E 1967 Leyland Titan PD2A/27 East Lancs 65-seat double-deck, formerly St Helens Corporation 55
RFM 453F 1967 Leyland Tiger Cub PSUC1/11 Massey 40-seat, dual door single deck, formerly Chester City Transport 53.
JFM 650J 1970 Daimler Fleetline Northern Counties 72-seat double deck, formerly Chester City Transport 50
PKH 600M 1974 Bedford VAS5 Plaxton Panorama 29-seat coach formerly Xanthine, Hull (Kingston International Travel)
TMB 880R 1976 Leyland Leopard PSU4D/2R Duple Dominant Bus 47-seat single deck, formerly Chester City Transport 80
OJD 868R 1977 Leyland National 44-seat single deck formerly London Transport LS 68
GEK 14V 1980 Leyland Atlantean AN68/1R East Lancs 76-seat double deck, formerly Warrington Corporation 14
RMA 435V 1980 Bristol VRT/SL3/501 Eastern Coachworks 74-seat double deck, formerly Crosville Motor Services DVL 435
BMA 521W 1981 Bristol VRT/SL3/6LXB Eastern Coachworks 74-seat double deck, formerly Crosville Motor Services DVG 521
CIW 708 1984 Dennis Dorchester Duple Caribbean 53-seat coach originally Duple demonstration vehicle.
C101 UBC 1986 Dennis Dominator East Lancs 79-seat double deck, formerly Leicester City Transport 101.
F98 STB 1989 Dennis Dominator East Lancs 88-seat double deck, formerly Warrington 98
BDJ 87 1951 BUT 9611T Trolleybus East Lancs 56 seat double-deck, formerly St.Helens Corporation 187, the vehicle whose purchase led to the start of the museum.
BTB 928 1936 Leyland Lion LT7c Leyland 34 seat singleton's deck, formerly Lytham St.Annes 34
J52 EDM 1991 Dennis Dart Plaxton “Pointer” 35-seater, formerly Chester City Transport 52