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English: British Trolleybuses - Derby As it was 40 years ago, Victoria Street remains today an important picking up point for bus services, and the buildings are still there. Has the 60s facade of the Spotted Horse been modernised in the meantime? Double Diamond has certainly disappeared. For a slide show of British Trolleybuses in the late 60s Derby trolleybus 237 was built in 1959 by Sunbeam (model F4A), with a body by Roe.
Date 30 July 1967
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Author Alan Murray-Rust

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52° 55′ 18.80″ N, 1° 28′ 41.49″ W

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