THE ABELLIO SURREY BUS IMAGE GALLERY

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Services in south west London and the Surrey borders have changed hands many times. The routes have their roots in the operations of Capital Logistics and Tellings Golden Miller. National Express bought these and the French Connex operation to form Travel London and Travel Surrey. When the recession hit National Express found its new North East rail franchise put it in severe financial difficulties and it temporarily improved its bank balance by selling its London and Surrey operations to the Dutch state railway company NedRail (NS). They have adopted the name Abellio for their UK bus operations, the same name they use for their German bus subsidiary. The Dutch railway logo appears alongside the fleetname.
Abellio has retained the separate image of the Surrey operations with its mostly white livery as seen on Dennis Dart 8084 on layover at Heathrow Central Bus Station on June 5th 2010.
 
Also at Heathrow on that day was air conditioned MPD Dart 8003 (LJ56ONL) route branded for the 441.
 
Larger and older Dart 8718 (S518TCF) is seen later in the day at Kingston Bus Station.
 
Retaining its special Heathrow silver livery in June 2010 - at least for the time being - was this Dennis Dart seen circum-navigating the airport central area on the 555.
 
Four years after it appeared at SHOWBUS in this advert livery for Wisley, Claremont and Painshill Gardens, 8081 (KN52NFX), is seen on layover in Kingston Bus Station.
 
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