New releases 2004 Edition 6

25304 AEC Duple Halfcab SOUTHERN NATIONAL
25304 AEC Duple Halfcab SOUTHERN NATIONAL.
Although in their cream and green, Southern National chose a rather intricate design to adorn these Duple coaches. This splendid addition to our Southern National fleet, number 3352, registered TK 7708 is on route to Barnstaple.
AUGUST RELEASE
 

29503 Plaxton Panorama Type B YELLOWAYS
29503 Plaxton Panorama Type B YELLOWAYS.
Yelloways Motor Services are remembered fondly in Manchester and the North West and in this model we have raised the level of decoration to help capture this. Registered TDK690J is working service X65 to Cheltenham.
AUGUST RELEASE

30201 Routemaster Prototype RM1 LONDON TRANSPORT
30201 Routemaster Prototype RM1 LONDON TRANSPORT.
Ground braking technology and modern materials, combined to make the Routemaster a bus that exceeded all expectations. Proof of this is the fact that the Routemaster in its modern guise can still be seen on the streets of London today, 50 years later. Our prototype RM1, registration number SLT 56 is operating route 2 to Crystal Palace.
JULY RELEASE
 

22105 Ergo Articulated Box Van BRITISH ROAD FERRY SERVICES.
22105 Ergo Articulated Box Van BRITISH ROAD FERRY SERVICES.
After De-Nationalisation various divisions of British Road Services became operated as separate companies within the National Freight Company. The Continental Ferry Service Division, therefore, became British Road Ferry Services, operating as before but changing livery. Our AEC Ergomatic registered MGY 540D, has a cab number of 349, pulling trailer number 3082V26.
JULY RELEASE

29402 Bristol RELH Coach UNITED.
29402 Bristol RELH Coach UNITED. A splendid addition to our United fleet is this Bristol RELH dual purpose coach. Registration number MHN 62K, fleet number 6062 is operating route X99 to Middlesbrough.
AUGUST RELEASE
 

29005 GM Standard Fleetline SWINDON THAMESDOWN
29005 GM Standard Fleetline SWINDON THAMESDOWN.
Building our Swindon Thamesdown fleet further, with the Company celebrating 100 Years of service later this Year, our GM Standard Fleetline registered XBU 6S, fleet number 210 operates route 16 to Princess Margaret Hospital. Such is the reliability of these Leyland vehicles they are still in use today.
AUGUST RELEASE

23316 AEC RF Coach GREENLINE.
23316 AEC RF Coach GREENLINE.
Our model shows the much photographed RF26 as it was introduced in 1951, with its green roof boards and gold lettering looking very striking. Registration number LYF 377, operates route 704 to Windsor via Victoria coach Station.
AUGUST RELEASE
 

13915 Bristol Lodekka FLF WESTERN SMT.
13915 Bristol Lodekka FLF WESTERN SMT.
Our Bristol FLF is seen operating in Western SMT's original style livery working one of the Paisley local services Which these vehides ran for many years, route P8a to the town centre terminus of Cotton Street. Fleet number JB 1822 is registered VCS 376 a number carried these days on a Stagecoach Western vehicle.
AUGUST RELEASE