The restoration of AEC Reliance CDK172L

Other Yelloway Survivors

Yelloway operated a huge fleet of vehicles over the years and maintained a yearly renewal programme right up until the retirement of Hubert Allen in 1985 and the sale of the company to Carlton PSV. Former Yelloway vehicles were eagerly snapped up by operators once they were available for sale and many saw years of additional service, often passing to several additional owners before being retired.

It is now nearly 30 years since the end of the original Yelloway operation and only a handful of former vehicles survive. The following is a list of known survivors (as at Dec 2014) from the former YMS Fleet.

It does not profess to be the definitive list and is only based on information we have gathered ourselves.

If you know the whereabouts of any other survivors please let us know!

Vehicle   Current owner   Location   Condition

YDK 590

Manchester Museum of Transport

Cheetham Hill, Manchester

Undergoing maintenance

CDK 409C

The Legionnaire Group

In Hampshire

Awaiting restoration

CDK 853C

Frank Elliot

Golborne, Lancashire

Undergoing restoration

HDK 511E

Unknown

  Unknown   Stockcar Transporter

NDK 165G

Unknown

  Unknown   Stockcar Transporter

NDK 166G

Unknown

  Unknown   Stockcar Transporter

CDK 172L

The Yelloway Project

Darwen, Lancashire

Undergoing restoration

HVU 243N

Phil Roberts

Unknown

Awaiting Restoration

HVU 244N

Manchester Museum of Transport

Cheetham Hill, Manchester

As donated from service

HVU 248N

Chris Duffy

Maccelsfield, Cheshire

Undergoing restoration

NNC 855P

Paul Blackburn

Based at Bury Transport Museum

Mobile Museum

WDK 562T

  Phillip Platt   Exeter, Devon

Restored

MRJ 100W

Phil Roberts

Chadderton, Oldham

Stored

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