CANADIAN BUS PHOTO GALLERY

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Ambassatours of Halifax
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Alongside an ex East Midlands VR is a Routemaster numbered as RM1943. RML2673 is on the left. The scene is Halifax, Nova Scotia and the buses are members of the local Gray Line franchise fleet. The Keiths lettering on the VR refers to a local brewery.
 
RM1943 and its fellow RML are laid up, but are used on a local "Hop-On Hop-Off" tour of Halifax, bus stops for which can be seen all over the city. However, the service only operates on days when there is a cruie ship in town. The VR sees more regular use on local excursions.
 

RML2673 (SMK673F) seems to be a more recent arrival in Halifax when seen in July 2007. A neat conversion to facilitate offside entry has been carried out, whereas RM1943 seems untouched.
 

Formerly East Midlands D115 (PRR115L) this VR went to Halifax Double Decker Tours in 1986. From 1990 the bus is believed to have spent 12 years working in Ottawa before returning for tour work in Halifax. It is seen here at the Waterfront stop hoping for passengers for its morning tour. The adverts for Keiths is well displayed. The Nova Scotian beer can be found throughout Canada.
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Ambassatours of Halifax
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