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Melbourne Bus Link MAN SL200 Ansair
When Melbourne's Met was privatised it was split in two. National Express' half became the National Bus Company and was later sold to Ventura. The other half was bought jointly by Dysons and the Reservoir Bus Company. The company was branded Melbourne Bus Link with depots in Sandringham in the east and Footscray in the west. In 2013 the company ceased to operate when contracts were assigned to Transdev in tender renewal. Melbourne Bus Link 310 (0310AO) is an ex Met bus, a typical MAN SL200 with Ansair bodywork, since sold to Hendo's Bus Service in Ayr, Queensland. It is seen here heading for Sunshine Park in April 2004. Obviously a fast machine able to travel at a fair lick as the name on the front panel suggests!
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Melbourne Bus Link MAN SL200 Ansair
Sister vehicle 316 (0316AO) is seen out of service in Flinders Street three years later. It was sold to Torrens Transit in South Australia.
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Melbourne Bus Link MAN SL200 Ansair
MAN 319 (0319AO) is seen in service in April 2004 and was sold to Cavbus (Logan Coaches) in Queensland.
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Melbourne Bus Link MAN SL200 Ansair
Arriving in St Kilda in April 2007 is 301 (0301AO), yet another ex Met MAN SL200/Ansair dating from 1989. The bus was sold to Kellam of Ulladulla in New South Wales.
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Melbourne Bus Link MAN SL200 Ansair
Seen from the balcony of The Prince Hotel in Fitzroy Street, St Kilda in April 2007 is an unidentified MAN running out of service to take up work on route 923.
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