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Darwin Bus Service

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Darwin Bus service
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Darwin Leyland B21 PMC
Back in 1994, he main operator in Darwin was the Northern Territories Department of Transport & Works using a tan livery, linked to the Territory colours, and trading as Darwinbus. On the left is one of Darwinbus' Leyland B21s with PMC body, possibly 37 (MO 8 037). The chassis was based on the Leyland National. On the right is believed to be Buslink 110 (MO223), a Mercedes OH1316 with PMCSA bodywork, both are seen in Darwin Bus Station in winter 1994. Buslink 110 was inherited from MATILDA, a Darwin operator. Back in 1994 Buslink had only a small role in the provision of Darwin city services.
 
Darwin Leyland B21 PMC 81
Found in March 2014 was former 81 (MO 8 045) a B21 renumbered out of sequence with the rest of the deliveries. It was originally 45 and was sold for conversion to a caravan to an owner in the Colac area, which is roughly where it was seen but the project appeared still born.
Picture ref A1871
 
Darwin Leyland B21 PMC 81
The rear view of the languishing bus.
Picture ref A1870
 
Darwin advert bus
We are unable to identify this TAFE advert bus seen in Darwin Bus Station in the nineties, probably 1999. The advert is very effective at disguising the bus' identity.
 
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