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Metropolitan Cammell Weymann Motor Bodies

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of Weybridge

1932 '...the Weybridge factory of Metropolitan-Cammell Weymann Motor Bodies...' Buses for Mansfield.[1]

1934 'Metropolitan Cammell Weymann Motor Bodies have .... received the following orders for road motor vehicles; Johannesburg Corporation 35 double deck bodies, Bradford Corporation 20 double deck bodies. The following orders are subject to final confirmation: Nottingham Corporation 30 64-seater metal trolley buses, Plymouth Corporation 37 double-deck metal buses, London Passenger Transport Country Services 43 single deck metal bus bodies, Warrington Corporation 12 48-seater metal double deck bases.[2]

1951 '150 buses ordered Metropolitan-Cammell-Weymann Motor Bodies Ltd., a subsidiary of Metropolitan-Cammell Carriage and Wagon Co. of Saltley, Birmingham has received an order from the Argentine for 150 Olympic transit type 40-seater buses. The firm has also been asked for 200 40-seater two-door bodies.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Nottingham Evening Post - Monday 19 September 1932
  2. Nottingham Journal - Friday 26 October 1934
  3. Birmingham Daily Gazette - Wednesday 25 July 1951