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St John's Ambulance AEC Reliance Willowbrook
Former National Travel (South East) AEC Relaince/Willowbrook LYU563P is seen with the St John's Ambulance Service in its post coaching days. Note the addition of blue flashing lights.
 
Leyland Leopard Plaxton Supreme SFJ152R
2452 (SFJ152R) was amongst the first of a new order for the Royal Blue fleet. Contemporary to slightly more traditional Bristol RELHs, albeit with Plaxton coachwork, this Leyland Leopard was delivered in 1977 to Western National in full National Express livery, with Royal Blue fleetnames in small red letters near the front. The vehicle is seen on one of its first rally appearances at Millennium Showbus with fleet number plate on the grill, but yet to acquire fleetnames.
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Alder Valley AEC Reliance Duple
An unusual vehicle to acquire NATIONAL livery was Alder Valley 600 (VCG600H) a Duple Commander bodied AEC Reliance used on the company's London express service, operated for years by Aldershot & District in their distinctive two tone green livery. The coach is seen at the terminus in Castle Street, Farnham in the early seventies.
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Greenslades 326
National Travel South West 326 (JFJ506N) leads several Plaxton bodied coaches at the end of the Plaxton Centennial run from Trumpington ot Duxford in 2007. The Bristol LH6L has a narrow 7ft 6in body for touring Dartmoor.
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UK National
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National Express
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