Morley’s remembered

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Morley’s fleet may have been aged but was maintained to an extremely high standard. This former London Leyland Fleetline DMS lasted until the end of operations. TOM MORTLOCK COLLECTION

A highly respected Cambridgeshire independent has been remembered with a reunion on what would have been its 100th anniversary. Morley’s of Whittesey was set up in 1922 and operated its regular service to Peterborough seven days a week without subsidy, retaining a coal fire in its office until the end; a Co-Op shop convenience store now stands on the site.


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