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LTSV > RRV Index
LTSV-RRV in words
LTSV Railway Road Vehicles is a database of road vehicles operated by railway companies in the UK. It covers the period from the early 20th century up to the present day, and will eventually list over 50,000 individual vehicles.
At present, 49,000 vehicles have been added with more on the way. Please check back.
The data for this website was collated over a period of several years by Merfyn Jones, and he kindly agreed to me making it available in a website.
As well as the data, this site includes photos of some vehicles, links to other photos, and the facility for visitors to register and log-in. They can then add their own notes against particular vehicles and/or photos.
Thomas Young, Abbey Wood, December 2021
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Latest news
06/08/2023: A batch of 25 new photos has just been uploaded. Apart from two dating back to 2011, all were taken this year.

Latest additions
22/09/2023: TJJ3?? Fordson Thames E83W Van
26/08/2023: FN68VJZ Mercedes Benz Arocs Platform beaver tail
24/08/2023: YT70XHU Ford Ranger XLT 4d Pick up
23/08/2023: YT19JGC Ford Ranger Pick up
19/08/2023: ? Coles

Latest sightings
27/09/2023: BW19DFK at Willesden Junction Station on 27th Sep 2023
21/09/2023: BD68LWM at Ilford Station Yard on 21st Sep 2023
21/09/2023: YP67XTT at Willesden Junction Station on 21st Sep 2023
19/09/2023: FN57BZU at Elstree & Borehamwood Maintenance Yard on 14th Sep 2023
15/09/2023: YP69TJZ at Crystal Palace on 2nd May 2023

Latest notes
02/09/2023: Ref photo ID 360
A nicely presented replica carrying the 1963 experimental livery which was not adopted.
08/05/2023: Ref photo ID 331
Similar liveried vehicles used by "Land Sheriffs" security who have various contracts in South East
28/03/2023: Ref vehicle CC1087 Leyland
In LT Museum collection (Acton Depot)
22/11/2022: Ref vehicle 5260DN Scammell
Re Registered as XMW 219 A on 01.09.2022.
15/11/2022: Ref vehicle 5260DN Scammell
Preserved and currently under restoration to red/cream livery by owner Peter Smeaton.