London RF Model Focus
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RF201
23202 AEC Modernised RF GREEN LINE
The first Modernised RF on general release, MLL588, fleet number RF201 is on route 725 to Gravesend. This exciting and highly detailed RF displays garage numbers, roof boards and correct front and rear light arrangements.
23203 AEC RF MK II LONDON COUNTRY.
23203 AEC RF MK II LONDON COUNTRY.
The third release of our modernised style of RF looks very smart in the green and yellow livery used by London Country. RF 183 Registration number MLL570 is on route 469 to Staines via Thorpe.
23204 AEC RF Bus. GREEN LINE.
23204 AEC RF Bus. GREEN LINE.
The London RF class hold many memories for bus enthusiasts and our model of the modernised version in the later Green Line livery shows the body styling to full effect. Registered MLL600, RF213 is on route 719 to Watford.
RF261
23205 AEC Modernised RF GREEN LINE
The London RF class hold many good memories for bus enthusiasts and this model of the modernised version in the later Green Line livery shows the newer body styling to full effect Registered MLL798, fleet number RF261 is on route 710 to Crawley via Oxford Circus.
23206 AEC RF MkII Bus GREENLINE NBC.
23206 AEC RF MkII Bus GREENLINE NBC.
Always a favourite with our collectors the MkII version of our AEC RF bus. Registered MLL 589 in Greenline NBC livery RF202 works route 726 to Windsor via Bromley, Croydon, Kingston and Heathrow.
JUNE 2007 RELEASE
23301 AEC RF Bus LONDON TRANSPORT COUNTRY SERVICE.
23301 AEC RF Bus LONDON TRANSPORT COUNTRY SERVICE.
Exclusive First Editions are proud to present yet another brand new casting, the AEC RF bus. This popular vehicle has been requested by many enthusiasts and debuts in the green London Transport livery. NLE521, fleet number RF521, is on route 447 to Woldingham.
23302 AEC RF LONDON TRANSPORT
23302 AEC RF LONDON TRANSPORT.
Surely one of the most requested vehicles of all time, the London Transport RF bus is seen here in the famous red livery for which these attractive and surprisingly modern vehicles were famed. MXX405, fleet number RF428, is on route 250 to Passingford Bridge.
23303 AEC RF
23303 AEC RF
In the more pale NBC green that adorned the London Country Fleet in the 'seventies, this detailed little bus is full of character. MLL608, fleet number RF221, is on route 485 to East Grinstead and offers an interesting addition to any London collection.
23304 AEC RF LONDON TRANSPORT
23304 AEC RF LONDON TRANSPORT.
Towards the end of the RF's life, some vehicles were re-decorated and placed in service on the 218 or 219 route. One such vehicle is depicted here, RF520, MLL938, is seen carrying the circle and bar motif on its sides making this a historically significant model of the RF type.
23305 AEC RF Bus. GREEN LINE
23305 AEC RF Bus. GREEN LINE.
Green Line vehicles have always provided an attractive alternative in London's streets when operating on their long journeys across the capital. LYF407, RF 56 can be seen on route 711 to High Wycombe carrying destination boards on the side of its roof, a distinctive feature captured here for the first time.
BEA RF - grey
23306 AEC RF BEA AIRSIDE COACH.
Several of the first RF coaches to be sold by London Transport were purchased by BEA for airport duties. With a white, grey and black livery they were often seen ferrying passengers to and from aircraft with the BEA symbol displayed proudly on their sides. An important variant of a non London Transport operator, this model is sure to be very popular.
Metrobus RF
23307 AEC RF METROBUS.
This RF is one of the many which has been preserved by dedicated enthusiasts, however this trusty workhorse still earns its keep, being used on specialist services by the Metrobus group. A pleasing anomaly in an otherwise modern fleet, MLL792, fleet number RF255, is on route 746 to Tunbridge Wells, displayed on route boards on its roof sides.
23308 AEC RF LONDON TRANSPORT.
23308 AEC RF LONDON TRANSPORT.
The success of the RF has been amazing with all liveries in great demand. This new red London Transport version promises to be no exception. MXX10, fleet number RF368, is on route 210 to Golders Green Station, significant for being the first route operated by RF's. Shown as it would of been after O.M.O. conversion.
RF515
23309 AEC RF LONDON TRANSPORT
One of the first RF's to be converted to OPO specification, MLL933, fleet number RF515, retains its cream window borders. With "Pay As You Enter" boards on its front and sides and authentic adverts for Red Rover and Green Rover bus tickets, this highly detailed model should again please collectors as it travels on route 206 to Claygate.
23310 AEC RF LONDON COUNTRY
23310 AEC RF LONDON COUNTRY
The striking yellow relief colour began to replace the cream in the early "seventies" bringing a fresh image to the fleet. LYF420, RF69, wears its new colours well as it travels on route 366 to Welwyn Garden City.
23310DL AEC RF Bus LONDON COUNTRY.
23310DL AEC RF Bus LONDON COUNTRY.
During the period prior to Nationalisation, changes were occurring in London Country as identified in this DeLuxe model, with the appearance of advertisements on country buses. Fleet number RF610 registered NLE610 on route 458 to Uxbridge LT Station features an advert for National Express coach services.
23311 AEC RF Bus London Transport.
23311 AEC RF Bus London Transport.
The popularity of our RF is enhanced with this interesting model which features RF518 on route 20B the first central area double deck route to be converted to single deck, one man operation.
23312 AEC RF BLUE TRIANGLE.
23312 AEC RF BLUE TRIANGLE.
Still currently in service, fleet number RF401 registration MXX289 on route 612 to Colchester.
23313 A.E.C. RF Bus EYNONS OF TRIMSARAN
23313 A.E.C. RF Bus EYNONS OF TRIMSARAN.
Operatinq from Trimsaran in and around the Carmarthen area in South Wales this red and white fleet was well respected and known locally as 'The Hero'. Ex-London RF 512 registered MXX489 is working on service around the Transaran Colliery. Limited production run of 1400 pieces.
23314 AEC RF PREMIER TRAVEL.
23314 AEC RF PREMIER TRAVEL.
Showbus 2002.
23315 AEC RF MK1 Bus LONDON TRANSPORT RED.
23315 AEC RF MK1 Bus LONDON TRANSPORT RED.
Two themes always popular with our collectors, the RF bus and the London Transport livery. We have also responded to the many requests we receive for more coverage in the Kent area. This model registered MLL987 fleet number RF350 follows route 227 Penge via Bromley and Beckenham, with garage plate number TB7.
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 LYF377, operates route 704 to Windsor via Victoria coach Station.
23318 AEC RF Bus LONDON TRANSPORT.
23318 AEC RF Bus LONDON TRANSPORT.
The first release for some time of our RF in red London Transport livery, recreates RF480 registered MXX457 operating route 121 to Enfield, Southbury Road and Ponders End.