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Hunters Garage

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Hunters garage what is now the hand car wash and car garage.

Remember playing on hunters hill behind the garage and then going to the garage for a mix up. Didn't realise until recently that it used to be a bus garage.

Seaton Delaval - Hunters Garage in 1967

 

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Craig Richardson owned them at the end and when Northumbria was bought by British Bus (now Arriva), I think he decided the big boys are in town and sold it to Northumbria. The buses were then moved to Moor Dale's garage at Dudley and ran from there for a couple of years before Northumbria did away with Moor Dale and closed the depot down

 

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