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Young's Bus Service

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Youngs MAN SL200 PMC 38
Seen at their Yeppoon depot in August 2009 is Young's PMC bodied MAN SL200, one of four such buses acquired from Darwin Bus Service. This is 38 (863GFA) which was 60 (MO8060) in Darwin. All four have now left the fleet.
 
Youngs MAN SL200 Ansair 43
Later in the day arrival to the Rockhampton depot coincided with afternoon departures for school runs. This MAN SL200 was one of another quartet acquired from the other end of the country. New to Melbourne MET as 299 (0299AO) in 1989, 43 (685HHC) was actually acquired from Melbourne Bus Link. Unlike the white Darwin MAN this one is in all over pink, described as "Hot Pink"! All four Ansair bodied MAN buses have also since departed Young's fleet.
 
Melbourne Bus Link MAN SL200 Ansair
Melburne Bus Link MAN/Ansair, 344 (0344AO), one of the quartet sold to Young's, is seen dashing through the Melbourne in the evening rush hour in August 2002. The bus became Young's 47 (878HZJ).
Melbourne Bus Link
 
Youngs Scania K92CR PMC 46
Parked up at Yeppoon in 2009 was this PMC bodied Scania K92CR, 46 (907HXZ). Now sold the bus was new to Brisbane Water Coaches in Kincumber, NSW but was acquired from Sussex Bus in Wandandian also in NSW. In between it saw service with Roadcoach of Ulladulla, Busways on the Central Coast and Peninsula Bus Lines in Umina, NSW.
 
Youngs Dennis Dart SLF Volgren 29
Bought new in 1997 was this lone Volgren bodied Dennis Dart SLF, 29 (918EHT) seen pulling on to the depot forecourt in Yeppoon. The bus was still going strong in 2016. It would make an interesting in comparison with ACTION's Wright bodied examples in Canberra.
 
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