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Click here to read a brief history of the Company and here to view a route map of the Company's stage carriage services in 1924, both in .pdf format. 

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Vehicle livery

Originally all over 'Tilling' red.  Later, saloons were painted red on lower panels and white above and double decked vehicles were painted red up to above the lower deck windows with white above.


Photo 1 - DX 3443


Photo 2 - DX 6139


Photo 3 - DX 6201


Photo 4 - DX 6211 (with Eastern Counties Omnibus Co)


Photo 5 - DX 6212


Photo 6 - DX 8049


Photo 7 - XA 5418 (The newly formed Eastern Counties Omnibus Company adopted it's name, logo and vehicle livery from the Eastern Counties Road Car Company Ltd) 


Photo 8 - XA 8692


Photo 9 - XA 8692


Photo 10 - XA 9580


Photo 11 - XB 8074


Photo 12 - XB 8380


Time table booklet - 1924


Company profile and passenger regulations extracted from the July 1924 time table booklet


Coach hire publicity extracted from the July 1924 time table booklet


Time table for service 6 (Ipswich-Debenham) extracted from the July 1924 time table booklet. This service became ECOC service 206 in July 1931.


Fare table for service 3 (Ipswich-Dennington) extracted from the July 1924 time table booklet. This route became ECOC service 203 in July 1931.


Express coach service time table - Felixstowe, Ipswich & Colchester to London - 1929 


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