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City Sightseeing Toronto AEC Routemaster RM727
Routemaster 6349 (BM9 369) is seen in Dundas Square in October 2014. The bus has a similar history to 6348 (RM2210). New as RM727 (WLT727) it joined Clydeside Scottish in 1986, passing to Western Scottish re-registered LDS239A. Acquired by East Yorkshire in 1992 as 817 it was stored until converted to open top in 1999 but passed to Mac Tours as their number 15 without use in Scarborough. It carried Mac, Lothian and Majestic Tours livery whilst in Edinburgh. It arrived with The Bus & Boat Company in Toronto in 1999.
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City Sightseeing Toronto AEC Routemaster RM727
Not being converted for nearside access with left hand drive passenger entry to RM727 was via the rear door fitted, probably, by East Yorkshire.
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City Sightseeing Toronto AEC Routemaster RM727
Another view of Routemaster 6349 with Dundas Square behind.
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City Sightseeing Toronoto Van Hool Astromega
Newly arrived in the fleet was this former Megabus Van Hool Astromega TD925. This is thought to be the first of five bought in 2017 and seen in June, 85132 (111 3BH), formerly Megabus DD044. It has since been converted to a partial open topper with a mega upstairs seating capacity.
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City Sightseeing Toronoto Van Hool Astromega
The rear view of the Astromega.
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