AUSTRALIA BUS PHOTO GALLERY

MOORABBIN TRANSIT

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Moorabbin Transit was formed in July 1988 by Grenda Corporation purchased when it Blue & Silver Bus Lines, Camden Bus Lines, Hampton Green, Hampton Red, and the Southland Bus Service. The Sandringham Bus Company was added in December that year. The operation is now part of Ventura after their takeover of Grenda in November 2011. Moorabbin's Volgren bodied Volvo B10M 68 (4538AO) is seen at work on the 828 to Hampton in April 2004. The green livery is a matching version of the red scheme used by Grenda when the bus was new in 1991.
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Moorabbin Transit
 
Moorabbin Transit Volvo B10M Volgren
An unidentified similar machine is seen in August 2002.
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Moorabbin Transit
 
Volvo B10M 515 (4515AO) of 1996 is seen at the bus stop outside the Southland Shopping Centre in October 2012.
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Moorabbin Transit
 
Moorabbin Transit Volvo B10M Volgren 63
Back to August 2002 for this view of 63 (4563AO), another Volgren bodied B10M, this time dating from 1991. The bus was later moved to the associated Peninsula Bus Lines fleet.
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Moorabbin Transit
 
Moorabbin Transit Volvo B6FA Volgren MO17
A Volvo/Volgren combination of a different sort. This is a B6FA which was new in late 1984 as 17 in the Hampton Red Bus Service fleet. As can be seen from this 2002 shot, it ended its days as driver training unit MO17, but in between saw service use as Moorabbin 545 (4545AO).
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Moorabbin Transit
 
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