Leyland

Articles beginning Leyland include:

  • LeylandAlliance, an American company
  • Leyland Band, a British band
  • Leyland Brothers, two Australian explorers
  • Leyland Cypress, a tree
  • Leyland Hundred, an English hundred
  • Leyland Line, a shipping company
  • Leyland, Lancashire, an English town
    • Leyland police station
    • Leyland railway station
  • Leyland number, a set of numbers named after Paul Leyland

Read more about Leyland:  Automotive Manufacturers, Surname

Other articles related to "leyland":

Sir Herbert Naylor-Leyland, 1st Baronet - Personal Life
... Naylor-Leyland was the only son of Colonel Tom Naylor-Leyland, and was born 24 January 1864 ... Albert Edward Herbert Naylor-Leyland (b ... George Vyvyan Naylor-Leyland (b ...
Leyland Tractors
... Leyland tractors was created after the merger of the British Motor Corporation (BMC) with Leyland Motors to form British Leyland in 1968 ... After the merger Leyland changed the colour from the Poppy Red of Nuffield to two tone blue which would eventually last right up to the early 1980s ... When Leyland took over Nuffield the Nuffield name still appeared until 1969 before it was completely abolished ...
Leyland, Lancashire - Gallery
... The Leyland Cross Old Police Station South Ribble Museum Balshaw's Grammar School Eagle and Child pub ...
Leyland-DAB Articulated Bus - National Body Type
240 bhp underfloor engine and Allison fully auomatic transmission instead of the Leyland components, but had bodywork based on the Leyland National ... the axles and the steering mechanism, were also from Leyland ...
Southern Vectis Bus Fleet - Double Deck Buses - Leyland Olympians
... There were originally 16 Leyland Olympians bought between 1989 and 1990 of which none remain in service ... As part of the arrival of new Scania OmniCitys, the original Leyland-bodied Olympians were transferred to fellow Go South Coast companies Wilts Dorset and Damory ... The only two Leyland Olympians to remain with Southern Vectis are two open-top buses ...