AUSTRALIA BUS IMAGE GALLERY
Peninsula Bus Lines

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Peninsula Volvo B10M Volgren 29
Back in August 2002 this Volvo B10M was still numbered in the Peninsula system as 29 (4429AO). The bus was seen as the sun set at Frankston Station. The Grenda Corporation acquired Peninsula way back in 1958 and the company adopted this blue version of the Grenda stripey normally applied in red on the main fleet and green in Moorabbin Transit. Unsurprisingly bodywork is by Volgren, originally a joint venture between Grenda and Volvo.
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Peninsula Volvo B10M Volgren 419
Sister vehicle 19 (4419AO) is seen at the same place on the same day Both buses were later renumbered by the convenient addition of 400 to their fleet numbers, which still neatly matched their regos.
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Peninsula Volvo B10M Volgren 70
Another B10M, 70, later 470 (4470AO) about to head to Mornington.
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If you make your way from central Melbourne by bus out to Frankston, stopping off taking pcitures as you go it can be getting dark by the time you arrive as again was the case in April 2007. By then the Peninsula fleet had been numbered into the Grenda series and this B10M had foresaken 71 for 471.
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The rear nearside view of Volgren bodied 471.
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