Right, more Sheffield goodness from my camera taken around 50 years ago, and single decks belonging to the B (Joint) and C (Railway) fleets.
The B fleet received the very first Leyland Leopards built which were fitted with Weymanns 'Fanfare' bodywork. They were basically Tiger Cubs but with the 0.600 engine instead of the smaller 400 units to cope better with the local hills. Whilst most references to these say they were L1 chassis types, I remember having an official fleetlist from the council around then and they were actually designated using the Tiger Cub PSUC1 marks but with 'Special' after it.
There were more than one batch of these, here's the B fleets 1003 (outside Herries Road Garage),
1012 at the Norfolk Arms on the A57 with a fine selection of chod in the car park
and a crap picture of C fleet 3071 at the Hillsborough terminus of the 31 route (not everything looks good after 50 years, me included).
Burlingham also bodied Leopards for the B and C fleet, here's 1008 passing through the railway arch at the entrance to Parkwood Springs, the village within the city. This is the only road in or out, and whilst the arch is way above 1008, the road rises steeply, hence the 11 foot warning. There's no housing there now, it was later the Ski Village but possibly better known (or not) for where some of the early scenes in the 'Fully Monty' were shot.
One thing about the B and C fleets was it meant that Bristol and ECW products were available to them but denied to the A fleet as their supply was restricted by the Government to Tilling Group companies (ie the ex Railway ones). This means that ECW bodies appeared on Leopard and Titan chassis in Sheffield, Here's the two B fleet examples, 1010 & 1011, along with a C fleet Burlingham, 3079. Rotherham, Donny and Tracky buses in the background,
and a C fleet example 3081 behind a newish HA Viva at East Bank garage. They were basically just the standard ECW bodies found on the Bristol MW chassis with the Leopard badge where the Bristol ECW badge was normally.