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Born out of serving Heathrow's transport needs, Capital Logistics, once a subsidiary of National Car Parks, branched out into London Bus Service tendering and setting new standards all round. Their operations were ultimately acquired by Tellings Golden Miller and thence to Travel London and beyond.
Capital Logistics DAF Plaxton President
After a long delay and various changes of operator, Capital Logistics took over route 60 with a fleet of low floor DAF doubledeckers, including this Plaxton President bodied example, seen here in Croydon on Sunday April 25th. The accompanying Optare Spectra deckers were about, but a Blue Triangle Titan, still plyed the route!
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Capital Logistics DAF Plaxton President
An offside view of the President above, slightly marred by the tram construction works.
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Capital Logistics DAF Plaxton President
Another President heading south for Croydon viewed from the top deck of a 109 Titan.
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Capital Logistics DAF Optare Spectra
Like the Presidents, this Optare Spectra low floor decker (on DAF) is bereft of Capital fleetnames. It is seen here loading opposite West Croydon Station on route to Streatham with a Metrobus East Lancs Pyoneer bodied Olympian on the 64 behind.
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Capital Logistics DAF Optare Spectra
The same bus displaying it offside as it pulls away.
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