Names on the buses

660 Sir Lindsay Bryson

Connections with Brighton and Hove : St Peter's Church was packed in the spring of 2005 when a memorial service was held for Admiral Sir Lindsay Bryson, former Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex. It was recognition by people from all walks of life for what this remarkable man had achieved in many areas. Sir Lindsay, who died of cancer aged 80, rose through the ranks to become controller of the Navy, being responsible among other things for controls of the ships and weapons. A trained engineer, he used his expertise in many of the positions he held including chairing the Brighton West Pier Trust. Sir Lindsay was also president of the appeal to raise money for the Martlets Hospice in Hove. He supported many charities including The Argus Appeal.

660 Scania Omnidekka - carried Admiral Sir Lindsay name since delivery in September 2005, on METRO Line 49, name amended to read Sir Lyndsay Bryson in October 2005. Metro 49 branding removed June 2013.

Shown here with our Pat Slattery on receiving his MBE