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Corgi 1/76 Leyalnd PD3 Queen Mary CMB 41904

China Motor Bus Company Ltd often abbreviated as CMB was the first motor bus company in Hong Kong, and was responsible for the introduction of double decker buses to Hong Kong Island.

PD28 was one of the ex Southdown Motor Services Leyland Titan PD3/4s that CMB purchased to operate on the cross-harbour routes. The opening of the first cross-harbour tunnel in Hong Kong in 1972 generated tremendous demand in passenger traffic and ex UK buses were purchased as a stop gap measure for fleet expansion when British Leyland ceased the production of front engined double deckers, which were the mainstay of franchised buses in Hong Kong at that time. A total of 76 Queen Mary type Leyland PD3/4 were in the CMB fleet and all had Northern Counties bodywork. PD28 originally had a 1958 UK registration of TCD 827. It was first registered in Hong Kong on 30th January 1973 and was scrapped in September 1981.

This model was released in Hong Kong on 19th December 1999, commissioned by the Hong Kong Transport Society.


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Corgi 1/76 Leyland PD3/5 Queen Mary CMB Blue Cream Model Bus 41908

China Motor Bus Company Ltd often abbreviated as CMB was the first motor bus company in Hong Kong, and was responsible for the introduction of double decker buses to Hong Kong Island. CMB acquired 28 PD3/5 from Southdown in 1974, and these were placed in service during 1975.

This model is the second Hong Kong issue of this casting and appears in CMB blue and cream livery, being commissioned by the Hong Kong Transport Society and released in Hong Kong on 27th May 2000.


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Corgi 1/76 A1 Services Daimler CVG6L Bus Model 41910

Northern Counties - A1 Service . RAG 578 is a Daimler CVG6LX -30 with Northern Counties FH41/32F body delivered in December 1960 to A1 Service owning member Thomas Hunter of Kilmarnock. The body is similar to the famous Southdown ' Queen Mary ' series but as far is known, is the only one fitted to a Daimler chassis.
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Corgi 1/76 3 Axle Olympian CMB Handover Bus Model 43210

China Motor Bus Company Ltd often abbreviated as CMB was the first motor bus company in Hong Kong and was responsible for the introduction of double decker buses to Hong Kong Island.

This model was commissioned by the Hong Kong Transport Society and the third Olympian model to carry these graphics. VA21 was one of the buses in CMB's fleet which carried the message 'Celebration of Reunification of Hong Kong with China'.


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Corgi 1/76 3 Axle Olympian 50th of KM 43224



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Corgi 1/76 Duple Mestec Firstbus 100th New Bus 44505

New World First Bus Services Ltd. abbreviated as First Bus and NWFB, was established in 1998 taking over the China Motor Bus companies franchise on 1 September 1998 to provide bus services on Hong Kong Island together with Citybus.

This Duple Metsec bodied Dennis Trident was the first of its type to join the First Bus fleet in August 1999 and was their 100th new bus in total.


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Corgi 1/76 Duple CityBus Dragon 44510

CityBus is one of the three major bus operators in Hong Kong, it provides both franchised and non-franchised bus services. The franchised route network serves mainly Hong Kong Island, cross-harbour routes (between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon/New Territories), Ocean Park, North Lantau (Tung Chung and Hong Kong Disneyland) and Hong Kong International Airport. The non-franchised routes serve mainly City One Shatin.

When the new Hong Kong International Airport opened on 6th July 1998, Citybus introduced a network of routes using the CityFlyer brand name, to connect the new airport with Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Fleet No 2282 is one of over 150 Duple Metsec bodied Tridents purchased to cater for these extra services. It entered service on 4 March 1999.

The model has a revised interior from previous Trident/Metsecs, as these buses have a centre mounted staircase, so Corgi have modified the seating and staircase position, plus it now has an Octopus machine as well. The revised windscreen/glass section also has a split windscreen with vertical wipers rather than the previous one piece.


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Corgi 1/76 Duple Mestec Citybus Greener Bus 44513



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Corgi 1/76 Metro Bus Single Door CMB 45107

China Motor Bus Company Ltd often abbreviated as CMB was the first motor bus company in Hong Kong, and was responsible for the introduction of double decker buses to Hong Kong Island.

In September 1978, 10 MCs were allocated to two new coach routes introduced between the Central district and the more affluent residential areas of Stanley and Chung Hom Kok. No standing was allowed, thus avoiding overcrowding. These vehicles continued to serve on these two coach routes until they were relieved by single-deck air-conditioned Dennis Darts in late 1991, when they were re-allocated as buses to operate on route 13, on the mid-levels of Hong Kong Island. The MCs contributed significantly to CMB's order for the very high capacity buses, forty 11 metre two-axle MB class vehicles and eighty-four 12 metre three-axle ML class vehicles in the following years. When CMB lost its franchise of Hong Kong Island, and cross-harbour tunnel routes in 1998, all 12 MCs, among others in the fleet, were sold to New World First Bus. In an attempt to convert the whole New World First Bus fleet to air-conditioned vehicles, the MCs were withdrawn from passenger service in 1999 and two of them were converted to training vehicles, to assist in the massive recruitment programme.


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Corgi 1/76 Bristol Lodeka Wilts & Dorset OM40816

Bristol Lodeka Wilts & Dorset,? Wilts & Dorset Motor Services Ltd started business in 1915, acquired Salisbury and District Motor Services and in 1931 came under the control of the Tilling & British Automobile Traction Ltd. and the Southern Railway, Wilts & Dorset passed along with Hants & Dorset to the Tilling Groupon the dissolution of TBAT in 1942 model length 108mm


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Corgi 1/76 Bristol Lodekka, West Yorkshire, 43 Scarborough dual destination OM40819A

The West Yorkshire Road Car Company existed from 1927, having previously been The Harrogate Road Car Company and The Harrogate & District Road Car Company. Operation of the former municipal services at Keighley and York, under joint agreements in which the Company provided the vehicles, were an interesting feature of the company from the early thirties. In 1951, following its display at the Festival of Britain Exhibition, West Yorkshire took delivery of the second prototype Lodekka (chassis no. LDX002), as its fleet number 822, renumbered DX1 under the April 1954 scheme, it was registered JWY 712 and operated in the Harrogate area. It lacked the distinctively stylish fairing of the production models.
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Corgi 1/76 Bristol Lodekka, West Yorkshire, 36 Leeds dual destination OM40819B

The West Yorkshire Road Car Company existed from 1927, having previously been The Harrogate Road Car Company and The Harrogate & District Road Car Company. Operation of the former municipal services at Keighley and York, under joint agreements in which the Company provided the vehicles, were an interesting feature of the company from the early thirties. In 1951, following its display at the Festival of Britain Exhibition, West Yorkshire took delivery of the second prototype Lodekka (chassis no. LDX002), as its fleet number 822, renumbered DX1 under the April 1954 scheme, it was registered JWY 712 and operated in the Harrogate area. It lacked the distinctively stylish fairing of the production models.
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Corgi 1/76 Leyland PD2/Orion Exeter OM40904

Exeter City Transport bought five batches of Leyland PD2A buses between April 1961 and October 1965. fleet number 83, registration 483 EFG route 5 Crediton which was new in May 1962. on the 22 mile long country route from Exmouth to Crediton via Woodbury and Exeter.


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Corgi 1/76 Leyland PD3/E Lancs Black Prince OM41111

Black Prince was formed in 1968 taking the Company name from the statue in Leeds City Square, and originally worked contracts, private hire and Blackpool express service.A new livery of red and yellow was adopted on deregulation in 1986 for a growing fleet operating routes in competition on the Leeds-Morley corridor


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Corgi 1/76 Leyland PD3 East Lancs Blackburn Borough Transport Pothouse OM41114B



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Corgi 1/76 AEC Regent v/Roe Samuel Ledguard OM41408



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Corgi 1/76 Crossley DD42 Southshields Simonside OM41607A



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Corgi 1/76 Crossley DD42 Southshields Chichester OM41607B



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Corgi 1/76 Queen Mary Open Top Southdown OM41906

Queen Mary 418 was delivered to Southdown in May 1964 as part of a batch of 25 convertible open toppers. This bus worked out of Brighton until 1978. In February 1989 it entered service with Stagecoach United Counties as a driver trainer and remained there for nine years. It was then sold to preservationists.


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Corgi 1/76 Leyland PD3/Queen Mary Open Top Peoples Provincial OM41908

Collector's of the 'Queen Mary' range of Original Omnibus 1/76 scale replicas well welcome this brand new addition to the 'fleet'. It reproduces a restored vehicle in People's Provincial livery, featuring a photo-etched radiator, full passenger seating, glazed windows all round and authentic destination boards.


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Corgi 1/76 East Lancs Lowlander Sanders Coaches OM42515

Sanders Coaches was started by Norman and Gladys Sanders in December 1975.From small beginings the fleet grew to over one hundred vehicles in 1998 the backbone being Bedfords in the early years. The fleet is now predominently DAF with some Mercs, Dennis, Setra and Volvos. Currently 90 vehicles are operated. 


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Corgi 1/76 East Lancs Vyking Go Whippet OM42516

Limited edition of 600 Worldwide.

Route 12. St Ives, Cambridgeshire


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Corgi 1/76 East Lancs Myllennium London Sovereign, Stratford OM42520/B

Destination: Stratford


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Corgi 1/76 Plaxton Palatine II Kentish Bus OM43604

One of the most sought-after models from previous issues, the Palatine II now appears in the colours of Kentish Bus. Features include detailed driver's cab, fine detail wipers, full passenger seating and glazed destination boards.

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Corgi 1/76 Daimler CW Utility Birmingham Bolton Road OM43915A



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Corgi 1/76 Daimler CW Utility Birmingham City Suffolk Street OM43915B



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Corgi 1/76 Guy Arab Utility Bus Provincial Gosport Gosport Ferry OM43916A



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Corgi 1/76 Guy Arab Utility Bus Provincial Gosport Fareham OM43916B



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Corgi 1/76 MCW Double Decker Stephensons OM45101



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Corgi 1/76 MCW Metrobus MkI Double Decker London Transport OM45104



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Corgi 1/76 Metrobus Maidstone & District OM45111

Following a trial on behalf of the National Bus Company, in which five Metro buses were compared against other vehicle types, Maidstone & District bought ten of the MkII version in 1984. These were delivered in NBC's green and white livery, three of them, including 5204, received the smart but short lived green and cream colours introduced in 1997 under British Bus Group ownership. Although some first entered service at Tunbridge Wells, the Metro buses spent most of their lives in the Medway Towns, before being based in Maidstone for their last few months in 1999, by which time M & D had become ARRIVA Kent & Sussex Ltd.


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Corgi 1/76 MCW Metrobus MkI Greater Manchester Transport OM45115

In the late 70's and early 80's G.M.T. took 220 Metrobuses and a further batch with Northern Counties bodywork.Ten of these vehicles were sold at de-regulation on 26th October 1986 to London Transport.After running in Londonfor 12 years and eventually ending with Arriva The Shires.


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Corgi 1/76 Metrobus Reading Buses OM45117

MCW Metrobus Reading Buses/London Express, Reading Buses, one of only seventeen remaining Municipally owned Bus Company's in the UK, has a proud history of providing public transport for the population of Reading and the surrounding area.It celebrated its Centenary in 2001.Each weekday over 31,000 men, women and children make a return trip to and from Reading on their buses


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Corgi 1/76 MCW Metrobus MkI Leicester, 88 Eyres Monsell OM45123A

The Leicester Tramways Company started operating in December 1874 but it was later taken over by Leicester Corporation Transport in July 1901. In July 1924 the first motor buses entered service, gradually replacing the trams with the last running in November 1949. In 1980 LCT received 36-39, (FUT 36-39V), MCW DR102/14 integral double deckers, in contrast with the fleet majority of Dennis Dominators. They didn?t last long, being sold to Ensign by Leicester CityBus Ltd.
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Corgi 1/76 MCW Metrobus MkI Leicester, 55 Evington OM45123B

The Leicester Tramways Company started operating in December 1874 but it was later taken over by Leicester Corporation Transport in July 1901. In July 1924 the first motor buses entered service gradually replacing the trams with the last running in November 1949. In 1980 LCT received 36-39, (FUT 36-39V), MCW DR102/14 integral double deckers, in contrast with the fleet majority of Dennis Dominators. They didn?t last long, being sold to Ensign by Leicester CityBus Ltd.
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Corgi 1/76 Bradford City Double Decker AEC Q OM45702

Built by AEC at its Southall works, the first Q type double decker made its first appearance in October 1932. Designed by John Rackham the Q type is remembered as one of the most remarkably advanced bus designs of its era. 


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Corgi 1/76 AEC Q Double Decker Leeds OM45708

Built by AEC at its Southall works, the first Q-Type double Decker made its appearance in october 1932. Designer by John Rackham, the Q-Type is remembered as one of the most remarkably advanced bus designs of its era. 


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Corgi 1/76 AEC Q Double Deck Bus Bolton Corporation Tramways OM45709

WH4850 fleet number 42, was new to Bolton in 1933. In 1942 it was sold to Yeoman's of Canon Pyon, Herefordshire and subsequently to Worth's of Enstone for spares
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Corgi 1/76 AEC Q Double Deck Birmingham Corporation OM45711

Built by AEC by it's Southall works, the first Q-Type double decker made its apperance in October 1932. Designed by John Rackman, the Q-Type is remembered as one of the most remarkably advanced bus designs of its era. Only twenty three double deck Q's were built, with the majority being bodied by Metro Cammell at a price tag of 1,225. AHX 63 was the prototype AEC Q and was delivered to Birmingham in 1933 although still owned by AEC and retaining the AEC bullseye. It worked as a demonstrator until 1934 and was not puchased by Birmingham until 1935.


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Corgi 1/76 Routemaster RM23 VLT23 Route K2 Kingston Shoppers Express OM46302



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Corgi 1/76 Routemaster, Blackpool Transport, 12 St Annes dual destination OM46306B

Toward the end of 1985 Blackpool Transport surprised many by announcing the trial of a London Transport AEC Routemaster as part of its post deregulation strategy.  Blackpool's actions mimicked that of Clydeside Scottish who had tried and tested a Routemaster in 1985 prior to introducing a large fleet for service in Glasgow ahead of deregulation.  A similar strategy was implemented by sister business Kelvin Scottish and Stagecoach and therefore implied a popular tactic.

RM1583 entered service on routes 5 and 5A (Halfway House to Grange Park) and was allocated number 500 which was reserved for demonstrators.  It impressed accordingly and a first batch of six was purchased and allocated number 521.  A repaint into the 1930s lined red and white livery was adopted rather than the standard green and off white livery.

The 5/5A was the Routemaster's prime home, but they also ran on other crew routes ? 15 (Blackpool-Fleetwood) and 22/22A (Cleveleys-Halfway House and Lytham).  Deregulation in 1986 saw the 5/5A withdrawn so the Routemasters were reallocated to route 12 (Blackpool to Airport).

By 1988 the Routemaster fleet doubled as Blackpool Transport responded to the introduction of a Promenade bus service with its own route.  Six more Routemasters were purchased and arrived in pairs.  With just six weeks to prepare the buses they were treated to a simplified version of the red and white livery.  The new service launched on Saturday 28th May and the six buses debuted with promotional adverts for in house 'Travelcard' which were carried until replaced by Opal Fruits in 1993.


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Corgi 1/72 Routemaster Scottish Clydeside 36 Glasgow Buchanan OM46307A

Clydeside Scottish Omnibus Ltd formed in 1985 from Western SMT Company Ltd as a subsidiary of the Scottish Transport Group. One of the shortest lived ?new? Scottish Bus Group subsidiaries it remerged with Western Scottish, the successor company of Western SMT in 1989. Clydeside was formed in preparation of the deregulation of the British bus industry in 1986 and privatisation of the state-owned Scottish Bus Group (SBG).
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Corgi 1/76 Routemaster Scottish Cyleside 38 Johnstone OM46307B

Clydeside Scottish Omnibus Ltd formed in 1985 from Western SMT Company Ltd as a subsidiary of the Scottish Transport Group. One of the shortest lived ?new? Scottish Bus Group subsidiaries it remerged with Western Scottish, the successor company of Western SMT in 1989. Clydeside was formed in preparation of the deregulation of the British bus industry in 1986 and privatisation of the state-owned Scottish Bus Group (SBG).
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Corgi 1/76 Routemaster Black Prince, X51 Morley Fountain Inn via Elland Road OM46308A

The acquisition of a preserved Douglas Corporation AEC Regent in 1968 provided the impetus to operate buses and led to the founding of ?Black Prince? Coaches, named after the famous statue in Leeds City Square. The company?s buses and coaches originally wore a green and cream livery and operated contracts, private hires and a Blackpool Express service. A new livery of red, yellow and maroon, applied differently to each bus, was adopted following deregulation in 1986.
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Corgi 1/76 Routemaster Black Prince, 63B Royal Armouries via Arndale University City Square OM46308B

The acquisition of a preserved Douglas Corporation AEC Regent in 1968 provided the impetus to operate buses and led to the founding of ?Black Prince? Coaches, named after the famous statue in Leeds City Square. The company?s buses and coaches originally wore a green and cream livery and operated contracts, private hires and a Blackpool Express service. A new livery of red, yellow and maroon, applied differently to each bus, was adopted following deregulation in 1986.
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Corgi 1/76 Routemaster, East Midland, 16 Clipstone OM46309A

Corgi 1/76 Routemaster, East Midland, 16 Clipstone OM46309A
From 1948 onwards, Trent Motor Traction Company and East Midland formed part of the then privately owned British Electric Traction group and in 1969 all four of Mansfield?s bus operators became part of the National Bus Company. Before this time Mansfield was unique in that it had four major bus operators in the town. A short time after, East Midland was sold by the NBC to Stagecoach where they continued to operate several Routemasters after the take-over ? all in different liveries including the one seen here heading to Mansfield and Clipstone.
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Corgi 1/76 Routemaster, East Midland, 15A Mansfield OM46309B

Corgi 1/76 Routemaster, East Midland, 15A Mansfield OM46309B
From 1948 onwards, Trent Motor Traction Company and East Midland formed part of the then privately owned British Electric Traction group and in 1969 all four of Mansfield?s bus operators became part of the National Bus Company. Before this time Mansfield was unique in that it had four major bus operators in the town. A short time after, East Midland was sold by the NBC to Stagecoach where they continued to operate several Routemasters after the take-over ? all in different liveries including the one seen here heading to Mansfield and Clipstone.
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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Go-Ahead London, 74 Putney High Street OM46503B

Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Go-Ahead London, 74 Putney High Street OM46503B
Operating more than 1,800 buses and employing over 5,500 staff, Go-Ahead London accounts for approximately 365 million bus journeys a year. Its buses travel nearly 55 million miles annually across 100 day and night routes with depots all over London. Go-Ahead London also provides the City?s commuters with rail replacement services, not only on behalf of Go-Ahead Group members Southern and Southeastern, but for London Underground and Overground Rail. Route 74 operates between Putney Bridge and Baker Street stations.
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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Delaine, 102 The Deepings OM46507B

Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Delaine, 102 The Deepings OM46507B
Back in 1890 the Delaine family introduced horse-drawn vehicles to Bourne, Lincolnshire, for people who wished to travel to markets throughout the surrounding areas. In 1919 the first Delaine motor bus was introduced and in 1923 services from Bourne to Peterborough, Stamford, Spalding and Grantham were established. Today, with a careful blend of tradition and understanding of current market demands, Delaine Buses are operated by the fifth and sixth generation of the family, with a fleet of twenty four buses ? including the Wright Eclipse Geminis seen here, and the core business is still based around some of the original services.
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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Tower Transit, 25 Ilford OM46508A

Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Tower Transit, 25 Ilford OM46508A
Established in 2013 and employing 1500 staff, Tower Transit operates 500 single and double deck buses from its three garages and provides sustainable transport solutions for the people of London. Of its fleet, 65 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2s run on route 25, which can boast as being the largest bus allocation of any bus route in London. This particular Wright Eclipse was introduced from 2010 and has the later version of the Wright body with the B9TL chassis with Tower Transit operating 129 of these particular vehicles across all of its depots in London.
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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Tower Transit, 25 Oxford Circus OM46508B

Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Tower Transit, 25 Oxford Circus OM46508B
Established in 2013 and employing 1500 staff, Tower Transit operates 500 single and double deck buses from its three garages and provides sustainable transport solutions for the people of London. Of its fleet, 65 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2s run on route 25, which can boast as being the largest bus allocation of any bus route in London. This particular Wright Eclipse was introduced from 2010 and has the later version of the Wright body with the B9TL chassis with Tower Transit operating 129 of these particular vehicles across all of its depots in London.
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Corgi 1/76 New Routemaster Boris Bus London United 10 Hammersmith OM46611A

Corgi 1/76 New Routemaster, London United, 10 Hammersmith OM46611A
Originally referred to as the New Bus for London, The New Routemaster is a hybrid diesel-electric bus operated in London, England. A re-imagined version of the original Routemaster design, the New Routmaster features a ?hop-on hop-off? rear platform, updated to meet the requirements for modern use. The new design came about after the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, suggested that he would hold a competition to design the new Routemaster if he was elected mayor in 2008. Having won the election, the competition began with the two winners Foster and Partners and Aston Martin sharing the cash prize of ?25,000. The first Wrightbus developed ?Borisbus? entered service on 27th February 2012 and currently operates on many routes around London, including the London United operated Route 10 between Hammersmith and Kings Cross seen here.
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Corgi 1/76 New Routemaster NBfL London United, 10 King's Cross OM46611B

Corgi 1/76 New Routemaster, London United, 10 King's Cross OM46611B
Originally referred to as the New Bus for London, The New Routemaster is a hybrid diesel-electric bus operated in London, England. A re-imagined version of the original Routemaster design, the New Routmaster features a ?hop-on hop-off? rear platform, updated to meet the requirements for modern use. The new design came about after the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, suggested that he would hold a competition to design the new Routemaster if he was elected mayor in 2008. Having won the election, the competition began with the two winners Foster and Partners and Aston Martin sharing the cash prize of ?25,000. The first Wrightbus developed ?Borisbus? entered service on 27th February 2012 and currently operates on many routes around London, including the London United operated Route 10 between Hammersmith and Kings Cross seen here.
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Corgi 1/76 New Routemaster Route 8 Bow Church London Poppy Day 2014 OM46612

Corgi 1/76 New Routemaster Route 8 Bow Church London Poppy Day 2014 OM46612
Specially finished in a scheme inspired by a line in the famous First World War poem by John McCrae, Poppy Day and the centenary of the First World War was marked in London in 2014 with the wrapping of Tube and London Overground trains, Tube stations and ten London buses - including the New Routemaster seen here.
The design uses the organic shape of actual poppies, combined with the harshness of barbed wire and a line from McCrae's poem, 'In Flanders fields the poppies blow'.
It is available here on our 1:76 scale model of this iconic bus.
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Corgi 1/76 The Solent Bus Set OM99166



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Corgi 1/76 Leyland PD3/Queen Mary Boroline Maidstone OM41911

Maidstone Corporation had a history which could be traced back over 90 years, having operated trams from 1904.In 1990 a new bold blue and yellow colour image was introduced so that Boro'line Maidstone were conspicuous among red buses at Euston Station


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Corgi 1/76 AEC Regent II Liverpool Corporation OM40404



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Corgi 1/76 East Lancs Double Deck West Yorkshire PTE 25 Homewood/Heaton Dual Destination OM41113B

Destination 25 Homewood/Heaton.

This bus was one of 15 delivered to the Bradford fleet in 1967, 241-255 (FKY 241-255E) were the only thirty foot long forward entrance buses of that make in the Bradford fleet. 15 Daimler CVG6s with similar bodies had been delivered in the last quarter of 1966. All thirty were built at East Lancashire Neepsend subsidiary at Sheffield. The Leylands always seemed to work city centre routes whereas the Daimlers were seen on longer distance services, such as those to Leeds, Halifax, Huddersfield and Dewsbury. The buses were well appointed, with blue/grey formica panels and electric buzzers rather than stop bells, which was something of a novelty in the fleet.

Bradford City Transport was assimilated into the West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive in 1974 with the adoption of a new Verona green and buttermilk livery.



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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini, First West Yorkshire, Brian Parkin Livery, 33 Leeds OM41230A

Wright Eclipse Gemini, First West Yorkshire, Brian Parkin Livery, 33 Leeds
The transport historian Brian Parkin, born in 1933 had a passion for transport since he was a child and worked in the industry until retiring in 1992 at National Express. Since 1958 Brian was involved in the Leeds and District Transport News, editing his last edition in December 2014. In 2015, First re-painted one of their fleet into the well-known green and cream livery of Yorkshire Rider in order to mark the twentieth anniversary since their buses were last operating. The bus will operate on routes across Leeds, and has been named after Brian who sadly passed away in January 2015 aged 81.

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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini, First West Yorkshire, Brian Parkin Livery, 87 Morley via Parkwood OM41230B

Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini, First West Yorkshire, Brian Parkin Livery, 87 Morley via Parkwood OM41230B
Wright Eclipse Gemini, First West Yorkshire, Brian Parkin Livery, 87 Morley via Parkwood
The transport historian Brian Parkin, born in 1933 had a passion for transport since he was a child and worked in the industry until retiring in 1992 at National Express. Since 1958 Brian was involved in the Leeds and District Transport News, editing his last edition in December 2014. In 2015, First re-painted one of their fleet into the well-known green and cream livery of Yorkshire Rider in order to mark the twentieth anniversary since their buses were last operating. The bus will operate on routes across Leeds, and has been named after Brian who sadly passed away in January 2015 aged 81.
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Corgi 1/76 Daimler ROE Grimsby Cleethorpes Transport, 9 Barolby Le-Beck OM41415B

Grimsby Cleethorpes Transport Joint Committee was formed in 1957 from the amalgamation of Grimsby Corporation Transport (established in 1925) and Cleethorpes Corporation Transport (established in 1930). The two corporations had run a number of joint routes prior to amalgamation.
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Corgi 1/76 AEC Regent V/Roe, Hartlepool Corporation, Hartlepool OM41416A

The Hartlepool Corporation began serving the two boroughs of Hartlepool and West Hartlepool in 1952. The Corporation?s licence required them to provide half the buses needed to operate the service between the two towns. This presented a problem, since the Corporation did not own any buses! An agreement was reached with Bee Line Roadways, a local coach operator which ran the service on the Corporation?s behalf and garaged their fleet from August 1953. By 1956 this fleet was ageing and was replaced by four AEC Regent Vs as seen here. The Hartlepool Corporation?s fourteen year existence was brought to an end in 1967 when the bus fleets of the two boroughs were merged.
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Corgi 1/76 AEC Regent V/Roe, Hartlepool Corporation, Destination B OM41416B

The Hartlepool Corporation began serving the two boroughs of Hartlepool and West Hartlepool in 1952. The Corporation?s licence required them to provide half the buses needed to operate the service between the two towns. This presented a problem, since the Corporation did not own any buses! An agreement was reached with Bee Line Roadways, a local coach operator which ran the service on the Corporation?s behalf and garaged their fleet from August 1953. By 1956 this fleet was ageing and was replaced by four AEC Regent Vs as seen here. The Hartlepool Corporation?s fourteen year existence was brought to an end in 1967 when the bus fleets of the two boroughs were merged.
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Corgi 1/76 Crossley DD42, Ashton Corporation, Glossop OM41610A

By 1938, the tram era in Ashton-under-Lyne was over. After the Second World War, the Ashton Corporation took its first delivery of six Crossley DD42/3s which replaced earlier Crossley vehicles purchased in the mid-1930s. In November 1954, the familiar peacock blue and cream livery was introduced. Over the following years, bus routes came and went and in January 1967 the last new bus route to be opened by Ashton Corporation was to the new housing estate at Gambrel Bank. Two years later in November 1969 the South East Lancashire and North East Cheshire Passenger Transport Executive was formed. This swallowed up the Ashton Corporation, and the peacock blue and cream buses gradually disappeared, bringing to an end a total of 67 years of Ashton Corporation Transport.
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Corgi 1/76 Crossley DD42, Ashton Corporation, Hyde OM41610B

By 1938, the tram era in Ashton-under-Lyne was over. After the Second World War, the Ashton Corporation took its first delivery of six Crossley DD42/3s which replaced earlier Crossley vehicles purchased in the mid-1930s. In November 1954, the familiar peacock blue and cream livery was introduced. Over the following years, bus routes came and went and in January 1967 the last new bus route to be opened by Ashton Corporation was to the new housing estate at Gambrel Bank. Two years later in November 1969 the South East Lancashire and North East Cheshire Passenger Transport Executive was formed. This swallowed up the Ashton Corporation, and the peacock blue and cream buses gradually disappeared, bringing to an end a total of 67 years of Ashton Corporation Transport.
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Corgi 1/76 Westcliffe on Sea AEC Q Double Decker OM45705

Built by AEC at its Southall works , the first Q -Type double decker made its appearance in October 1932. Only 23 double deck Q's were built, withthe majority being bodied by Metro-Cammell and at a price tag of 1,225. Westcliff -on-Sea Motor Services was the only regular AEC customer to purchase a Q-Type double decker from new this bus had a 60 seat Metro-Cammell bodywork and was the only Q double deck in service not to carry a fleet number.


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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Metro Line, 52 Willesden Bus Garage OM46501A

Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Metro Line, 52 Willesden Bus Garage OM46501A
Metroline is part of the Singapore based ComfortDelGro group of companies, which operate a fleet of around 1,600 buses on over 90 routes mainly in north, north west, west and central London. Metroline employ around 5,000 staff and the majority of routes are run under contract to Transport for London. VW1400 is one of a batch of 43 Volvo B9TL Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 vehicles delivered to Metroline in 2012/13. The bus is based at Willesden Garage and is normally to be found on the well-established trunk route 52, operating between Willesden and Victoria, alongside hybrid versions of this vehicle. The route has a peak vehicle requirement of 24 buses at the busiest times.
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Corgi 1/76 Daimler ROE, Grampian, 4 Hazelhead dual destination OM41412A

The last of three extra Daimler CVG6s added to Aberdeen Corporation Transports in 1963, 314-316 differed from the rest of the batch by having red trim interiors.  In 1975 local government reorganisation saw Aberdeen Corporation department transfer to the newly formed Grampian Regional Council.  The livery was changed slightly, retaining the green and cream but losing the green between the decks in favour of a narrower orange band featuring the Grampian fleet name and Grampian Region crest.

The bus remained in service with the last crew buses until withdrawal in 1980.  A selection of Aberdeen buses have been saved from being scrapped and are housed in the collection of buses at the Grampian Transport Museum at Alford, Aberdeenshire.


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Corgi 1/76 Daimler ROE, Grampian, 4 Sea Beach dual destination OM41412B

The last of three extra Daimler CVG6s added to Aberdeen Corporation Transports in 1963, 314-316 differed from the rest of the batch by having red trim interiors.  In 1975 local government reorganisation saw Aberdeen Corporation department transfer to the newly formed Grampian Regional Council.  The livery was changed slightly, retaining the green and cream but losing the green between the decks in favour of a narrower orange band featuring the Grampian fleet name and Grampian Region crest.

The bus remained in service with the last crew buses until withdrawal in 1980.  A selection of Aberdeen buses have been saved from being scrapped and are housed in the collection of buses at the Grampian Transport Museum at Alford, Aberdeenshire.


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Corgi 1/76 Daimler ROE, Glasgow Corporation, 45 Rouken Glen OM41417A

Daimler ROE, Glasgow Corporation, 45 Rouken Glen
Back in 1924, the first Glasgow Corporation Tramways (GCT) motorbuses were ordered to cover services in Coatbridge and Airdrie while road maintenance was being carried out to the tramway service. Soon after, motorbuses became a regular sight in Glasgow with the first double decker buses being ordered by the GCT in 1928. The livery was the same as the single deckers but with the addition of apple green for the panels between the upper and lower deck windows, however in 1959 it was simplified to aid spray painting. Shown here in the updated yellow and green livery the model also features well known adverts for Bell?s Scotch Whiskey and Swan Matches.

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Corgi 1/76 Daimler ROE, Glasgow Corporation, 48A Priesthill OM41417B

Daimler ROE, Glasgow Corporation, 48A Priesthill
Back in 1924, the first Glasgow Corporation Tramways (GCT) motorbuses were ordered to cover services in Coatbridge and Airdrie while road maintenance was being carried out to the tramway service. Soon after, motorbuses became a regular sight in Glasgow with the first double decker buses being ordered by the GCT in 1928. The livery was the same as the single deckers but with the addition of apple green for the panels between the upper and lower deck windows, however in 1959 it was simplified to aid spray painting. Shown here in the updated yellow and green livery the model also features well known adverts for Bell?s Scotch Whiskey and Swan Matches.
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Corgi 1/76 AEC Regent V, Ipswich Corporation, X Ipswich Station OM41418A

AEC Regent V, Ipswich Corporation, X Ipswich Station
Ipswich Corporation began operating trams back in 1903 and continued to do so until 1923 when trams were replaced with trolleybuses, with buses being introduced in the area in 1950. In 1986, to comply with the Transport Act 1985 the assets of Ipswich Corporation were transferred to what is now known as Ipswich Buses. Built by the Associated Equipment Company between 1954 and 1969 ? when the last of them entered serviced, the Regent V was a front-engined double decker bus and was used extensively by bus companies around Britain at the time including by Ipswich Corporation.

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Corgi 1/76 AEC Regent V, Ipswich Corporation, 3 Rushmere Heath OM41418B

AEC Regent V, Ipswich Corporation, 3 Rushmere Heath
Ipswich Corporation began operating trams back in 1903 and continued to do so until 1923 when trams were replaced with trolleybuses, with buses being introduced in the area in 1950. In 1986, to comply with the Transport Act 1985 the assets of Ipswich Corporation were transferred to what is now known as Ipswich Buses. Built by the Associated Equipment Company between 1954 and 1969 ? when the last of them entered serviced, the Regent V was a front-engined double decker bus and was used extensively by bus companies around Britain at the time including by Ipswich Corporation.
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Corgi 1/76 Leyland PD3 'Queen Mary' Open Top, Southdown Motor Services, 197 Eastbourne via & Birling Gap OM41913A

Leyland PD3 'Queen Mary' Open Top, Southdown Motor Services, 197 Eastbourne via & Birling Gap
Nearly sixty years ago, the first of what eventually turned out to be around three hundred very different buses took to the road. Seating sixty-nine on thirty feet of bus, the ?Queen Mary?s? were large machines, considerably larger than anything Sussex had seen before ? contrasting the familiar red and cream buses of Brighton Corporation Transport and Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Company. The last of these green and cream machines entered service in 1967 and were worthy successors to Southdown?s existing double deckers.

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Corgi 1/76 Leyland PD3 'Queen Mary' Open Top, Southdown Motor Services, 197 197 Top of Beachy Head OM41913B

Leyland PD3 'Queen Mary' Open Top, Southdown Motor Services, 197 Top of Beachy Head
Nearly sixty years ago, the first of what eventually turned out to be around three hundred very different buses took to the road. Seating sixty-nine on thirty feet of bus, the ?Queen Mary?s? were large machines, considerably larger than anything Sussex had seen before ? contrasting the familiar red and cream buses of Brighton Corporation Transport and Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Company. The last of these green and cream machines entered service in 1967 and were worthy successors to Southdown?s existing double deckers.
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Corgi 1/76 Corgi 60th -Classic Routemaster, London Transport OM46310

Corgi 60th -Classic Routemaster, London Transport
The Routemaster was designed and built in London by AEC and Park Royal Vehicles specifically for London Transport use. Although conventional in appearance, the design was technically sophisticated, featuring innovative construction techniques, braking systems and semi-automatic transmission. Featured on tourist souvenirs all around the Capital, the traditional red Routemaster is perhaps one of the most famous images of London with many examples of this iconic vehicle still in existence all over the world.
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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini2, Arriva London, 59 Kings Cross OM46504A

Arriva London is one of the capital?s largest bus operators, covering over one fifth of the bus services in London under contract by Transport for London. Arriva London operates more than fifty-million miles per year, transporting nearly three-hundred million passengers. Their headquarters are based at Wood Green but they operate out of nine depots across North and South London.
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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini2, Arriva London, 59 Streatham Hill OM46504B

Arriva London is one of the capital?s largest bus operators, covering over one fifth of the bus services in London under contract by Transport for London. Arriva London operates more than fifty-million miles per year, transporting nearly three-hundred million passengers. Their headquarters are based at Wood Green but they operate out of nine depots across North and South London.
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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Delaine, 101 Bourne OM46507A

Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, Delaine, 101 Bourne OM46507A
Back in 1890 the Delaine family introduced horse-drawn vehicles to Bourne, Lincolnshire, for people who wished to travel to markets throughout the surrounding areas. In 1919 the first Delaine motor bus was introduced and in 1923 services from Bourne to Peterborough, Stamford, Spalding and Grantham were established. Today, with a careful blend of tradition and understanding of current market demands, Delaine Buses are operated by the fifth and sixth generation of the family, with a fleet of twenty four buses ? including the Wright Eclipse Geminis seen here, and the core business is still based around some of the original services.
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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, The Witch Way, X43 Burnley Bus Station OM46510A

Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, The Witch Way, X43 Burnley Bus Station
Branded ?The Witch Way?, this route, which runs between Nelson and Prestwich, via Burnley and Rawtenstall, features buses named after the 17th century Pendle witches. The Route itself has operated continuously since 1948 and between 1982 and 1986 was known as the Timesaver. Today it operates ?business class as standard? with Wi-Fi, leather seats and some of the best leg room you?ll find! The distinctive livery featuring a witch on a broomstick will be sure to stand out in your collection.

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Corgi 1/76 Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, The Witch Way, X43 Manchester Chorlton Street OM46510B

Wright Eclipse Gemini 2, The Witch Way, X43 Manchester Chorlton Street
Branded ?The Witch Way?, this route, which runs between Nelson and Prestwich, via Burnley and Rawtenstall, features buses named after the 17th century Pendle witches. The Route itself has operated continuously since 1948 and between 1982 and 1986 was known as the Timesaver. Today it operates ?business class as standard? with Wi-Fi, leather seats and some of the best leg room you?ll find! The distinctive livery featuring a witch on a broomstick will be sure to stand out in your collection.
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Corgi 1/76 Corgi 60th - New Routemaster, 9 Hammersmith OM46613

Corgi 60th - New Routemaster, 9 Hammersmith
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Corgi 1/76 New Routemaster, Go-Ahead London, 453 Deptford Bridge OM46614A

New Routemaster, Go-Ahead London, 453 Deptford Bridge
Operating more than 1,800 buses and employing over 5,500 staff, Go-Ahead London accounts for approximately 365 million bus journeys a year. Its buses travel nearly 55 million miles annually across 100 day and night routes with depots all over London. Go-Ahead London also provides the City?s commuters with rail replacement services, not only on behalf of Go-Ahead Group members Southern and Southeastern, but for London Underground and Overground Rail. Route 453 operates between Marylebone and Deptford Bridge.

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Corgi 1/76 New Routemaster, Go-Ahead London, 453 Marylebone OM46614B

New Routemaster, Go-Ahead London, 453 Marylebone
Operating more than 1,800 buses and employing over 5,500 staff, Go-Ahead London accounts for approximately 365 million bus journeys a year. Its buses travel nearly 55 million miles annually across 100 day and night routes with depots all over London. Go-Ahead London also provides the City?s commuters with rail replacement services, not only on behalf of Go-Ahead Group members Southern and Southeastern, but for London Underground and Overground Rail. Route 453 operates between Marylebone and Deptford Bridge.
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Corgi 1/76 New Routemaster, Arriva, 137 Streatham Hill OM46615A

New Routemaster, Arriva, 137 Streatham Hill
With its roots in a second hand motorcycle shop in Sunderland, opened by the Cowie family back in 1938, Arriva is now one of the leading transport operators in Europe. It operates routes all over the UK from the North East to the South East and in London, where in 2014 it was announced that Route 137 would be served entirely by Arriva?s New Routemasters. Originally referred to as the New Bus for London, The New Routemaster is a hybrid diesel-electric bus designed by Thomas Heatherwick and Wrightbus. The New Routemaster features a ?hop-on hop-off? rear platform, updated to meet the requirements for modern use.
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Corgi 1/76 New Routemaster, Arriva, 137 Oxford Circus OM46615B

New Routemaster, Arriva, 137 Streatham Hill
With its roots in a second hand motorcycle shop in Sunderland, opened by the Cowie family back in 1938, Arriva is now one of the leading transport operators in Europe. It operates routes all over the UK from the North East to the South East and in London, where in 2014 it was announced that Route 137 would be served entirely by Arriva?s New Routemasters. Originally referred to as the New Bus for London, The New Routemaster is a hybrid diesel-electric bus designed by Thomas Heatherwick and Wrightbus. The New Routemaster features a ?hop-on hop-off? rear platform, updated to meet the requirements for modern use.
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