Vehicle History

The London Bus Company Fleet Details

Daisy HKL836

Originally a closed top AEC single deck bus owned by Maidstone & District she was one of three converted to open top and used by Hastings & District on their sea front service. All three of these vehicles still exist. Seats 35

     

RCL2260 CUV260C

The last Routemaster Coach to be built. Delivered in 1965 and seats 65. This bus has deeper seats and added leg room coupled with platform doors on the rear entrance. We also have the prototype coach RMC4 seating 57 again in Greenline livery and with platform doors.

      
 

RF401 MXX289

AEC single deck seating 39. This vehicle was constructed in 1952 for London Transport and worked at various garages around London. Recently given a restoration and put back into our Private Hire fleet at the end of 2009.

       

RM298 VLT298

Seats 64 in a standard Routemaster bus. This vehicle features original AEC engine type and the interior is fitted with tungsten light bulbs and original moquette.

RML897 254UXO

72 seat Routemaster mainly used for all over advertising wraps.

RML899 215UXJ

Another 72 seat Routemaster this one features the modernised version with blue moquette and fluorescent lighting. (See RML902 below for interior colour scheme)

RML900 WLT900

Restored back to its original glory with tungsten interior lights, ‘Sung’ yellow ceilings and red yellow moquette.

       

RML902 WLT902

Another 72 seat Routemaster this one features the modernised version with blue moquette and fluorescent lighting.

       

 Titan 512 KYV512X

An open top vehicle seating 68, of which 48 are on the top deck.

RT3435 LYR854 AEC

Double deck bus 7ft 6 ins wide, again for London Transport. Now converted to open top. Seats 56 in total with 30 upstairs.

         

RT3871 LLU670

AEC double deck bus, as above, but still with roof on. Seats 56

RTW75 KGK575

Leyland version of the ‘RT’ and the W stands for Wide. This was the first 8ft wide vehicle built for London when the regulations changed in 1947.