AUSTRALIA BUS IMAGE GALLERY
Morisset Bus Service

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Morisset Bus Service
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Morisset Bus Service was owned by Robert Hertogs of Toronto Bus Service and Sugar Valley Coaches. All three operations were sold to Hunter Valley Coaches, part of the CDC group, in August 2007. When the Cooranbong depot was visited in August 2004, the fleet was still an independent operation. This Custom bodied Isuzu LT1-11P of 1989, MO1144, was sign written for the Cooranbong Bus Service, a name adopted for the operations of a couple of companies acquired by Morisset in the area in the eighties.
 

Another Cooranbong Custom bodied Isuzu LT1-11P, MO1903, this time from 1991 heads a line up of an assortment of vehicles from the fleet including Volvo, Mercedes and Hino motors.
 

Viewed from the other end of the line up we start with a Morisset Bus Lines bus, probably a Hino RG230, bodied by P&D. A pair was acquired in 2000.
 
 
 

Two more Cooranbong buses. Nearest the camera is a relatively rare Volvo B6M, MO0553, one of two acquired in 1988 with a Custom body. More interestingly alongside is a withdrawn Domino bodied Bedford BLP2, MO8126, which was new in 1979 to Marks, one of the acquired Cooranbong operators.
 

More modern fare was this Custom 510 bodied Mercedes OH1421, MO4373, of 1998.
 
 
 
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