The two Leyland Tigers in the fleet of Interline at its Macquerie Fields depot in December 2001: 67 (MO7324) and 68 (MO7325), both buses are now withdrawn, 67 transferring to Southern Cross Transit in Karalee, Queensland as their 20 (20BUS) and since withdrawn whilst 68 was sold as for conversion to a racecar transporter at Ingleburn.
Also at the depot are two of five Custom bodied Leyland Super Vikings all of which went to Southern Cross in Karalee and are since withdrawn. Unlike the Tigers, these buses are dual door. The rear of a Mercedes LO812 lettered for the Macarthur Mini service is to the left.
The final Leyland in this set of pictures sadly runs no more, but was clearly once used as a school bus in the fleet. Though it carries fleet number 50 it has not been possible to determine which former Sydney PMC bodied Atlantean this was, alongside is a Ford recovery vehicle.
No fewer than four Custom bodied Mercedes LO812 were laid up at the depot on respite from the Macarthur Mini service.
The only coach in the Interline fleet in December 2001 carried Relaxaway branding: 22 (MO7830) was a 1999 Volvo B7 with A B Denning Galaxy coachwork. Alongside at the Macquarie Fields depot is Cavanaghs' TV450, a 1990 MCA HiDeck, since reregistered CI07PP.