This series of eight models has been created to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of VE Day, the end of the second World War in Europe, by illustrating some of the Ways public transport was changed to cope during this period.

99200 AEC Regal 10T10 LONDON TRANSPORT.
99200 AEC Regal 10T10 LONDON TRANSPORT.
Repainted into London country service livery T651 was transferred to bus duties creating a unique livery variation. Registered EYK 286 it has masked lamps and White visibility markings to the front & rear.
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99201 AEC Regal 10T10 U.S ARMY RED CROSS.
99201 AEC Regal 10T10 U.S ARMY RED CROSS.
Many 10T10's were transferred from London Transport to the U.S. Army where the were put to a number of different tasks. This vehicle, USA X201123, was used by the American Red Cross for Ambulance work.
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99202 Daimler Utility LONDON TRANSPORT.
99202 Daimler Utility LONDON TRANSPORT.
Carrying few adverts and painted in a muddy brown this Daimler features the blackout visibility markings and has anti splinter film on the windows.
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99203 Guy Arab II Utility LONDON TRANSPORT.
99203 Guy Arab II Utility LONDON TRANSPORT.
With East London taking the brunt of the bombing, some new buses were put immediately into service painted only in grey undercoat with visibility markings.
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99204 AEC STL Bus LONDON TRANSPORT.
99204 AEC STL Bus LONDON TRANSPORT.
The STL class bus was London's Workhorse during the war, illustrated by STL1988 on the long route 19 from North to South London taking it each day through the devastation of the previous night's bomblng.
EARLY JUNE RELEASE

99205 Guy Arab II Utility SOUTHDOWN
99205 Guy Arab II Utility SOUTHDOWN.
Operating services along the southeast coast, Southdown buses were particularly vulnerable to damage from bombers and marauding fighter aircraft so the livery was camouflaged to hide them.
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99206 Daimler Utility BIRMINGHAM CITY TRANSPORT.
99206 Daimler Utility BIRMINGHAM CITY TRANSPORT.
The sustained destruction of buses in Birmingham caused some of the replacement Utility buses entering service to be painted military grey with visibility white markings.
EARLY JUNE RELEASE

99207 Leyland TD 1 Closed Rear PLYMOUTH CITY TRANSPORT
99207 Leyland TD 1 Closed Rear PLYMOUTH CITY TRANSPORT.
The heavy bombing of the dockyards destroyed most of Plymouth buses and old buses like this Leyland were made serviceable and brought back into use.
EARLY JUNE RELEASE