THE UK MIDLANDS BUS IMAGE GALLERY
Stagecoach East Midlands

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East Midland Leyland Leopard OJL822Y
Stagecoach East Midland 412 (OJL822Y) was a Duple Dominant coach on one of the last Leyland Leopard chassis.
 
 
 
East Midland Dennis Trident V385EWF
Stagecoach East Midland 385 is one of the first low floor Dennis Trident doubledeckers for a Stagecoach fleet outside London. It was expected to operate in the Grimsby-Cleethorpes division. It is seen here alongside a similar dual door version of the ALX400 Alexander body for Stagecoach East London.
 
 
 
East Midland Leyland Tiger B633DWF
Stagecoach ended up with a number of these Leyland Tigers with Alexander P bodies - perhaps a foretaste of the Stagecoach standard B10M/Alexander PS. East Midland had a batch of nine, of which this one is seen in Sheffield, and a further four from the associated Grimsby-Cleethorpes fleet - on top of that, Alexander (Fife) had over twenty.
 
 
 
East Midland Volvo Olympian Alexander S166RET
Alexander bodied Olympians joined the fleet in large numbers - over 60. Since then Tridents held sway. Volvo 166 (S166RET) is from the final batch of Olympians and is seen here contrasting with a First Mainline Alexander bodied Dennis Dominator in Rotherham Bus Station.
 
 
 
East Midland Bristol VR KKY224W
One of the last VRs delivered to East Midlands, 224 (KKY224W) sold out of service in 2000 for use on school contracts by Robinson's of Stewkley. The bus is seen leaving the Grange School Coach Park in Aylesbury, which serves as a Bus Station for the huge transport operation associated with the three grammar schools in the town - as well as the Grange School itself.
 
 
 
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