Marshall

Marshall is a major engineering firm in Cambridge, based at the local airfield. The company has been involved in fitting out British Airways new jumbos, building field hospitals for use in the African desert, specialist miltary vehicles, ambulances and security vans, For many years it also built buses. In its final years as a bus builder it was best known for the Capital design on the Dennis Dart SLF chassis, which was based on the original Duple design for the Dart. The rights have since passed to Egyptian builder MCV
Marshall BET singledecker Leyland Leopard Southdown
Marshall doubledeck bodied Leyland Olympian for Yellow Buses Bournemouth
Marshall bodied Leyland Leopard for Southdown, a standard BET singledecker body
Marshall doubledeck bodied Leyland Olympian for Yellow Buses Bournemouth
Marshall C16 Mercedes Travel West Midlands
Marshall C19 Mercedes 811D First Leicester
Marshall C16 bodied Mercedes for Travel West Midlands
Marshall C19 bodied Mercedes 811D with First Leicester
Marshall C27
Marshall C29
Marshall C27
Marshall C29
Marshall C31 Iveco 59-12 First Provincial
Marshall C32 Volvo B6 Stagecoach Cambus
Marshall C31 bodied Iveco 59-12 with First Provincial
Marshall C32 bodied Volvo B6 with Stagecoach Cambus
Marshall C36 Dennis Dart Arriva the Shires
Marshall C37 Dennis Dart Stagecoach Rhondda
Marshall C36 Dennis Dart with Arriva the Shires
Marshall C37 Dennis Dart with Stagecoach Rhondda
Marshall MAN MAN Metroline
Marshall Capital Dennis Dart SLF First Capital
Marshall MAN body on a MAN 12.220 with Metroline
Marshall Capital body on a Dennis Dart SLF with First Capital
Marshall Minibus ex Centrewest
Marshall SR240/280
Marshall Minibus integral with Channel port authorities, ex Centrewest
Marshall MST minibus body
Marshall also built some series of buses in very small numbers: the C33 was built to 5m length on a batch of 6 Volvo B6 for Bebb's in South Wales, the seven C35 bodies with dual doors plus one on the offside were built on Dennis Dart 8.5m chassis for the Channel Tunnel, just three Euro bodies were built on Iveco chassis. Scottish operator Whitelaw took one and the other two were built as ambulances.