Last updated 12 May 2018: minor changes to some text
Pilcher's of Chatham, Kent operated this Beford OB JKO789. Scanned with my new scanner 11/5/2017. Right clickable
Kingstone Tours operate a service from Pakenham to Koo Wee Rup. Seen at Pakenham Teminus is their 2012 Mercedes Benz 9783AO with a Volgren B49FW body
VicRail were replacing signals on the Melbourne to Bairnsdale route and replace trains with buses between Pakenham and Bairnsdale. Gillick's of Bairnsdale 9455AO takes a rest after the 250 km before returning at lunch time. It is a Scania K1141B with a Coach Concepts C48FT body.
Portsmouth Corporation's 305 ERV932 seen at the Guildhall about to depart for Eastney on route 17
East Kent Seaford depot is the location of JG9938, JG9937 and JG8238 awaiting disposal. JG9938 is now preserved and was on show at Detling 2016
Transit (NSW) Liverpool MO5300 at Fairfield Sydney, 23rd Nov. 2014
Dept. of Government Transport MO2587 parked under Sydney Harbour Bridge ,Nov. 1964
Preserved Venture YF238 a Bedford SB at Monbulk Victoria 28th November 2014
M & D NKT903 at Hastings Depot June 1962, it was a Leyland PD2/12 with a 58 seat Leyland body from 1951
East Kent Half Cab Dennis Lancet III set up with a Snowplough attachment 1961. Anyone know which one of the EFN series this was? Please let me knowand I'll send 3 East Kent 4 x 6 photos to the first
Glasgow Tram circa 1959
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Skinners EDY192 had this AEC Regal III with a Harrington 33 seat body from 1950.
Sample of a Leicester City Transport Collection No.9 FCB275 - have a look at list of photos above
Pilchers of Chatham had this AEC Reliance / Burlingham Seagull coach 4 DMV. One of the best of the 1950's combinations
London Transport used the GS class for country routes with low loadings, width or weight restrictions. GS10 MXX310 was based at Hertford when photographed in March 1963.
London Transport RMC1486 was originally a GreenLine coach later relegated to country area bus. When photographed in 2nd July 2009 it was very country in the wilds of Kent. Dedicated enthusiasts have restored it to better than new despite the cost and problems accommodating a full size bus. My thanks to them and 500CLT for the experience of a private ride
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