Western Welsh - closure of the Fishguard Depot
Just 12 years after it opened in 1959, Western Welsh closed their bus depot at Fishguard in January 1971.
This was quite a momentous day for staff as they undertook some of their duties for the last time at Fishguard.
Image 1 shows the drivers at Haverfordwest as they delivered the Fishguard buses for the final journey left to right Les Davies; Gwilym Jones; Austin Harries and Howell Gough
Image 2 shows left to right Bryn Vaughan; Howell Gough; Gwilym Jones; John Morrissey (almost hidden!); Derek Price area manager.
Image 3 shows Will Lamb (cleaner) handing over the depot keys to Derek Price, area manager
Image 4 shows Will Lamb on the left and Victor Davies on the right outside the locked up garage.
Image 5 shows all the depot staff gathered – with what is now the Fishguard Rugby Club in the background left to right Keith Davies driver; Bryn Vaughan driver; Jack Thomas driver; Howell Gough driver; Austin Harries conductor; Will Lamb cleaner; Derek Price area manager; John Morrissey driver; Glyn Griffiths inspector; Gwilym Jones driver.
Image 6 shows driver, Keith Davies paying in the fares for the last time at Fishguard.