NORWICH-LONDON TRIPS AUTHORIZED
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A NORWICH operator who claimed ti to be a pioneer of road services to London was authorized by the Eastern Licensing Authority, recently, to ran trips to London on six special occasions between April 1 and September 30, excluding week-ends. The applicants, Mascot Coaches, wished to run an excursion to London once a week. Mr. C. R. Kaile, for the firm, said that Norwich-London . services had been run from 1924 until the beginning of the war. It wasbecause of the existence of the pre-war service that the present applicatlon had been made to revive the facility. Had the application been made earlier it would have been granted as a matter of. course,' -he- contended.' 5 -Mr. W. G. Hall, traffic manager . of the Eastern Counties Omnibus A'Co., Lid., art objector,-said that If it were proved that a need existed, his company was _prepared to apply for the reinstatement _ of ' its pre-war express
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N. • NEW HELECS PRICES EW. prices have been announced for .Helecs battery electric vehicles. Typical charges, with purchase tax, for vehicles, less batteries, are as follows:— Tough Ten chassis. £629 8s. 4d.; • with Class B cab, £729--8s. 4d.; with cab and Clap A milkdray body, £822 8s. 4d.; Intruder chassis, £703 Ws. 351.; with Class A cab, £823 10s. 9d.; with cab and Class A milk-dray body.
£903 10s. 9d.