CP384/15/2/39. This double deck low bridge bus is a Leyland TD [Probably TD3 or TD5, and is therefore a pre-war vehicle, built probably in the late 1930s]. The body is of six bays and is possibly by Weymann. It has a most unusual front destination box, standing rather proud from the front of the bus. In the box are the destination, which is 'Brynhedydd' and the Crosville name. An advertisement on the side is for 'Rhyl's Ocean Beach Fun Fairs, Miniature Zoo and Marine Lake - entrance free'.
CP384/15/2/43 [This is probably a bus manufactured by Shelvoke & Drury], who made small open sided vehicles for use on beach and similar tours, usually for tourist destinations. This is an unusual vehicle to be owned by Crosville. It carries a destination blind for 'Beach'. [It appears to be on a cliff side tour, and could be on a service around the Great Orme at Llandudno].
CP384/15/2/56 This photo, taken by Bill Law depicts a Leyland single decker TS8 of the 1930s. Its registration no. is [FMG415 or FMs415]. It has a stratijng handle, much outdated for later buses, and carries a fleet no. GA21. [From its jaded appearance it has probably been tyaken out of service and may be awaiting scrapping. The back of the photo is dated December/January 1959.