New releases for September 2003
28501 SOUTHDOWN Leyland TD1 Closed Type C

28501 Leyland TD1 Closed Type C SOUTHDOWN.
The first release of the high "piano" fronted TD1s is in the much requested livery of Southdown Motor Services, 842 (UF5642) was among the first closed top deckers purchased by the company. Working on route 22 to Brighton it carries adverts for Simonds Ale and Kemp Town Brewery.
28501SB SOUTHDOWN SHOWBUS Leyland TD1 Closed Type C

28501SB Leyland TD1 Closed Type C SOUTHDOWN SHOWBUS.
With adverts promoting this year's Showbus Rally, Southdown's TD1 830 (UF5530) is operating on route 17 to Horsham and shows lower deck, side intermediate destination details. This was a limited run model.
27401 RED & WHITE Bristol RELH bus shell

29401 Bristol RELH Coach RED & WHITE.
Red & White Motor Services of Monmouth brings a hint of nostalgia to the first release of the new Bristol RELH casting. With new high floor coach interior, full rear window and luggage locker RD.471 (XWO174J) is working on service 24 to Cinderford.
17215 ALDER VALLEY Leyland National 11.3m

17215 Leyland National Mk I ALDER VALLEY.
251 (NPJ472R) is on route X8 to Aldershot.
16121 Leyland PD2 Highbridge  C.I.E. (Ireland)

16121 CIE Leyland PD2 Highbridge.
C.I.E. (Coran lompair Eireann) roughly translates as Ireland's Transport Company and vehides in this attractive livery continued to carry the white wing tips, a Wartime measure, into the 1960s. R389 (ZH4538) operates route 9 to Dalkey from Nelsons Pillar and carries adverts for Cork Dry Gin and Kennedy's Bread.
99644 Bedford TK Box Van  BRITISH RAIL

99644 Bedford TK Box Van BRITISH RAIL.
Produced with both model collectors and railway enthusiasts in mind, this Bedford TK Box Van registered HWE748D is as used by British Rail Signal Engineering Department.
27611 Wright Volvo Endurance ARRIVA MERSEYSIDE
27611 ARRIVA MERSEYSIDE Volvo B10B Wright Endurance.
6620 (N620CKA) is working route 89 to St Helens Town Centre.
26503 Bristol Utility Bus  PROVINCIAL.

26503 PROVINCIAL Bristol Utility Bus.
The emerald green of the Provincial livery is a refreshing change for collectors adding to the uniqueness of this company which was set up by an Act of Parliament, 54 (ECG622) is on route to Ann's Field Road and Hoeford and carries an advert that added a saying to the English Language.